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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights in the Netherlands have been some of the most progressive in the world. Same-sex sexual activity was legalized in 1811 after France invaded the country and installed the Napoleonic Code, erasing any remaining sodomy laws and no more were enacted after the country received independence.
The Netherlands has become one of the most culturally liberal countries in the world, with recent polls indicating that more than 90% of Dutch people support same-sex marriage. Amsterdam has frequently been named one of the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world, famous for its many accommodations specifically pertaining to the LGBT community, including its many gay bars, bathhouses, hotels, and venues as well as Pink Point, which provides LGBT-friendly information and souvenirs.
Utrecht has a long history of being a gay friendly city and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as Body Talk or Cafe Kalff are the most famous gay bars in Utrecht, Netherlands.
Utrecht is a city in the Netherlands, known for its medieval center. It has tree-lined canals, Christian monuments and a venerable university. The iconic Domtoren, a 14th-century bell tower with city views, stands opposite the Gothic Cathedral of St. Martin on central Domplein square. The Museum Catharijneconvent shows religious art and artifacts in a former monastery.
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1. NH Centre Utrecht Hotel 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Utrecht
NH Centre Utrecht Hotel offers stylish accommodation in a unique 19th century building. Many of its guest rooms still have original stained glass windows.
Each of the fully-equipped, spacious rooms come with lovely views and free Wi-Fi. All of the rooms have a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy late check-outs.
The ground floor under NH Centre Utrecht houses café Broers and Luden Restaurant. Guests can enjoy an extensive menu, from a champagne brunch to Dutch and international cuisine.
The famous Dom Tower is located a 5-minute walk away from NH Utrecht Centre. On Saturdays, Utrecht’s flower market is held right in front of the hotel.
In a 1780 building on Janskerkhof Square in the Old Town, this down-to-earth hotel is 4 minutes’ walk from the Dom Tower of Saint Martin’s Cathedral and 13 minutes’ walk from Utrecht Centraal train station.
The warm, understated rooms come with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi, as well as minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Some feature original stained-glass windows and views of the square. Suites add living areas.
A breakfast buffet and evening meals (fees) are served in an adjacent restaurant.
This hotel couldn’t be better located, a short walk from the train station in Utrecht as well as the largest shopping mall in the Netherlands. But it doesn’t take long to understand the fact that Utrecht has the second-most number of bicycles in Europe. And it seems they are all riding at once in bike lanes and streets as well near the hotel.
Once you figure out that the bicycle riders and not pedestrians have the right of way, you are fine. The breakfast was not complementary but was fine. We also had dinner there and it was very good. The room, as was the hotel, was quite modern and spacious. It is also important to know that there is another NH Utrecht hotel in the city.
The location is right in the city centre and within walking distance of lots of sights, shopping, restaurants, and the train station. The hotel nicely blends a modern aesthetic with an old world feel. Other reviewers mentioned that the bathroom was small, but this wasn’t an issue for us, although the shower was a little tricky to operate.
There was a problem with the cooling system while we were there, so the room was too warm, but the staff very quickly provided us with an electric fan to help keep the room from being too hot at night. The breakfast buffet was a little pricey, but it provided a large variety of food that should please a number of breakfast tastes. We thought the breakfast was very good, fresh, and nicely presented. Overall, we were happy with our choice of hotel and would recommend the NH Hotel Centre Utrecht.
Pleasant hotel in the centre of the city. Room was large and very clean and comfortable, cleaned daily also. There was a kettle with tea & coffee available which was a nice touch after travelling. Staff were pleasant and friendly although at times there was no one on the front desk. The only negative was the WiFi, the connection speed was very slow and at times unusable. Overall would stay here again.
How much does a room costs at NH Centre Utrecht Hotel ?
Prices start 183$/night for Superior Double Room with View.
This double room has a flat-screen TV, minibar and electric kettle.
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2. The Anthony Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Utrecht Netherlands
Located in Utrecht, within a 5-minute walk of Conference Center Domstad and 2,650 feet of Jaarbeurs Utrecht, The Anthony features a terrace. The property is set a 13-minute walk from TivoliVredenburg and a 14-minute walk from Conference Center Vredenburg.
The units in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Some rooms also offer a kitchen with a dishwasher, an oven and a microwave. At The Anthony every room is fitted with a desk and a private bathroom.
In former monastery buildings, this unassuming hotel is 12 minutes’ walk from Utrecht Centraal railway station and a 16-minute walk from the Royal Dutch Jaarbeurs Exhibition & Convention Centre.
The colorful rooms provide complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; upgraded rooms and suites add living areas, and/or tea and coffeemakers. Airy apartments have kitchenettes; some feature Nespresso machines, balconies and/or city views.
There’a a restaurant and a terrace. Parking is available, as is breakfast for a fee.
This uniquely designed hotel offers spacious lofts suitable for working and living. The Anthony hotel is 950 metres away from Utrecht central station, a 5-minute walk from the international exhibition centre Jaarbeurs, and reaches the RAI convention centre in Amsterdam within 40 minutes. The spacious lofts boast a lounge area in every room, a fully equipped kitchen, dining table, and private bathroom.
The cleverly designed lofts, with the flexible service of The Anthony, are suitable for short and long stay. Every room features a unique ambiance appropriate for working, relaxing and meeting with friends. The top floor lofts feature a terrace for ultimate relaxation after a long day. Benefit from our complimentary high speed Wi-Fi throughout the property.
The suites in this old monastery turned boutique hotel are spacious and very nicely decorated. Staff is very friendly and the outside terrace is stunning. Really a great place in Utrecht to stay for both leisure and business.
The hotel is still very new and dies not have a proper reception but the grills that received me were so friendly and helpful. I checked in and was guided to my room which surprisingly as a very huge and modern lift apartment with two bedrooms a living room area with kitchenette and bathroom divided in two areas, one with sink and shower and another with toilet and a little sink.
There were also appliances such as coffee machine and dishwasher and access to internet and Netflix. The decoration was also very modern and the apartment had an independent entrance directly to the street. The area was quite nice and quiet and close by to an area with plenty of options for eating out on a budget. The distance to the central station and centre is not very small but it is a nice walk.
The lounge and kitchen area was incredible. This consisted of a nice little table with a couple of chairs, a really comfortable settee & a television with many channels to watch.
There was a coffee maker, microwave oven and a hob also. Teabags, coffee and milk supplied.
The shower wet room with attached wall hair dryer was sufficient in size. It wasn’t a problem for me, considering that I’m 5ft 10″ and weigh 15st.There was an unusually small sink but nowhere really to put your toothpaste, etc but you can adapt and use the little level within the sink itself.
The toilet also has a small narrow sink.
I slept like a log in my comfy bed on all of my 4 nights stay here. It was a double bed but as this bedroom is smaller than some rooms at this Hotel, you can only get out of one side of the bed, which could cause a problem with a couple staying in this room.
How much does a room costs at The Anthony Hotel ?
Prices start 142$/night for Double Room.
This double room has a flat-screen TV, minibar and electric kettle.
Where to book online –The Anthony Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Utrecht – you can find the best hotels deals in Utrecht during Utrecht Early Music Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Utrecht on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Mary K Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Utrecht
This luxury art hotel is located in an historic town house, right at the historic Oudegracht canal. It offers spacious, modern accommodation with design furnishings and free WiFi.
The uniquely decorated rooms are equipped with flat-screen TV, DVD player and a Nespresso coffee machine. They have a spacious bathroom with free Malin+Goetz toiletries, fair-trade bath towels, and a hairdryer.
Organic breakfast is available daily and served at the communal breakfast lounge or brought to your room.
The famous Utrecht Dom Tower is 1,800 feet away. Many shops, restaurants and bars can be found in the city centre, only a 5-minute walk away. Central train station is 0.6 miles from the property.
Set in an 18th-century canalside property, this sleek boutique hotel is a 9-minute walk from Museum Speelklok and 13 minutes’ by foot from Utrecht Centraal train station.
Individually decorated rooms feature vintage furniture, TVs and free Wi-Fi, plus minibars and Nespresso machines. Some include exposed beams, garden access or balconies with canal views. An upgraded room in a 14th-century cellar adds a kitchen and a whirlpool tub. Room service is available.
Breakfast (fee) is served in an understated dining room with hand painted walls and a terrace. There’s also a meeting room with local art, vaulted ceilings and exposed-brick walls
The Mary K Hotel is a green deluxe art-hotel situated in a 18th century canal house on the well known ‘Oudegracht’ in downtown Utrecht. She accommodates ten rooms of various sizes and themes. We divided them in Cosy Small, Comfortable Medium, Large Deluxe and Studio Suite XL. But every single one of them is totally different.
The whole interior of the Mary K Hotel was designed together with Utrecht based artists. Although Mary K offers you the comforts of a luxury hotel, we aim for the atmosphere to be laid-back, friendly and personal. We can safely say that we are one of the greenest hotels in The Netherlands.
This hotel is an absolute gem, the location is great (right in the centre) and the staff are very friendly. The room itself was beautiful and clean, with a huge terrace (room 6). The only “noise” you hear are the church bells down the street. We didn’t even know there were other guests until we went down for breakfast. Very solid sound isolation, in other words.
Their breakfast options include gluten free and vegan options, or with my specific food intolerance, a low fructan and fructose option.
The only downside is the fact that the bathroom door isn’t really a door, but more of a sliding glass door that doesn’t cover the entire door opening. Let’s just say “sounds” echo a bit in the bathroom.
On the brink of the canal surrounding the inner city, Mary K. is a townhouse overlooking the canal, this is the place to have base in Utrecht, if you wish to be just a couple of hundred meters from the main street, and the hustle of the city center.
Mary K. is outstanding in every way. Keywords are: Urban, laidback, unusual. In one word, Mary K. hotel has a great personality, a rare property that I, for one, appreciate.
A lovely, small, funky, eclectically furnished hotel within walking distance to just about everything in old-town Utrecht.
Had a huuuge third-floor room overlooking the waterway/canal (The Royal Rooftop Residence). The room was totally worth the climb, even for this 80-year old arthritic geezer. (Careful of those narrow-treaded stairs!).
Reception was everything one could ask: telephoning taxis, making restaurant reservations, providing recommendations, making one feel at home.
Good choices for breakfast. And juice from real oranges, too.
This is a small, lovely hotel near the main sites & shopping, but in a quiet area overlooking the canal. Room was clean, toiletries super & a balcony which we could sit & enjoy the evening sun.
The staff were very friendly & helpful, particularly with my request for gluten free breakfast. They went out of their way to help me. Pillows & beds very comfy. Nothing negative to say, would highly recommend.
How much does a room costs at Mary K Hotel ?
Prices start 140$/night for Standard Double Room.
Offering a private entrance, this spacious studio includes a box-spring bed and a flat-screen TV. It has a fully equipped kitchen, with a dishwasher and dining area. A washing machine is available. The bathroom has a rain shower and Jacuzzi.
Where to book online – Mary K Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Utrecht – you can find the best hotels deals in Utrecht during Utrecht Early Music Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Utrecht on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.