There are many of gay bars in different parts of Munchen . Munich Gay Pride 2021 is held over nine days in early July. The main parade takes place on the second Saturday together with an official party in the Town Hall Better hurry up to book your gay friendly hotel Munich!
Despite two of the three main political parties in government being socially conservative on the issues of LGBT rights, Germany has frequently been seen as one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world. Recent polls have indicated that a large majority of Germans support same-sex marriage
Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.
Top attractions to visit in Munich
Day Trips in Munich
- Neuschwanstein Castle and Linderhof Palace Day Tour from Munich
- Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich by Train
- Salzburg Small-Group Day Tour from Munich
- Neuschwanstein Castle Small-Group Day Tour from Munich
- Neuschwanstein Castle Day Trip from Munich with Guide and Bus/Train Ticket
1. Hotel Deutsche Eiche – Gay Hotel Munich
Offering a male-only paid sauna, a 24-hour front desk, and a rooftop terrace with city views, gay friendly Hotel Deutsche Eiche is centrally located in Munich. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
Rooms here are spacious, mainly air-conditioned and stylishly decorated with heated wooden floors and contemporary furnishings. Each room features a desk, flat-screen TV, and a bathroom with a designer wash basin.
Opposite the Reichenbach Platz tram stop, this casual hotel is a 9-minute walk from the German Museum and 2.4 km from Oktoberfest.
The bright rooms, suites and apartments provide flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms have minibars and/or whirlpool tubs, while suites add private balconies with courtyard views, separate sitting areas and tea/coffeemakers. Apartments also have kitchenettes, iPod docks and dining areas.
A complimentary breakfast buffet is served in the casual dining area. The hotel also has a conservative restaurant with chandeliers and a low-key bar. There’s also a spa with a steam room, a sauna and a rooftop garden.
A hearty breakfast buffet is provided every morning, and the restaurant serves classic German and Bavarian specialities in the evenings. A supermarket is located 100 m from the property.
Welcome to the „Deutsche Eiche“ -& a gay friendly hotel Munchen with Live and feel good in the heart of Munich! The Deutsche Eiche (German Oak) is an old, traditional Munich restaurant. At the same time, the establishment is probably one of the oldest meeting places of the gay-lesbian scene and Munich creative artists. In an optimal location in the centre of Munich, less than 700 feet from the Viktualienmarkt, tradition unites with modern times at the restaurant, hotel, and bathhouse and cordially welcomes you. You can reach the trendy Glockenbach district with its countless possibilities for going out, the Marienplatz, and the banks of the Isar River with just a few steps.
An excellent hotel, just a few minutes’ walk from the food market and, beyond, the historical centre of Munich. It should be considered to be on the borderline between a gay-friendly hotel and a straight-friendly (basically) gay hotel.
Position is superb, close to the most vital area, full of bars, pubs, restaurants, pastry shops, and close to the very center of Munich, this hotel is famous for being a gay place in the past but in real it’s open also to straight couples. Rooms are big enough to stay in full confort, wifi works well, and don’t forget the roof terrace available for guests and external people, as well as the restaurant located at the basement.
SPA is for men only (not gay only of course) and it’s very big, clean, well equipped and also with a massage service available upon request – affordable price list is printed near the bar.
SPA is not included in the room rate so you need to pay 15 euro more, but you can go in and out up to the end of the day, which means closing time at 7.00 am in the morning.
Rooms are modern with great bath facilities. Staff is excellent, from the restaurant to the front desk and cleaning maintenance staff. Rooftop bar offers excellent views of the “old city” skyline and a great place to hang out for drinks and socializing.
On the rooftop the hotel is a Beer garden with an beautiful view over the old town. A highlight is the restaurant. Decorated in a mix of an typical Bavarian restaurant, with a touch of boutique style. The staff is more than welcoming, they all treat you as an friend, so their are not just professional waiters, they are always very friendly, smiling and give everyone special attention. Compare to other restaurants there are not serving you with a false smile.
Bathroom is very contemporary with a clean nice walk in shower. Great Air conditioning too.
Breakfast is good with the usual meats, cheeses, fruit and some cereal.
e couldn’t have been happier than we selected Hotel Deutsche Eiche for our week long stay in Munich. We were only a short walk to Viktualienmarkt and other great places to visit and/or have a meal. Our room was on the 5th floor with plenty of space for the 2 of us. An added bonus was the refrigerator which was stocked daily with bottled water, soda and beer – all complimentary. There was a very popular rooftop bar but we never made it up there. Buffet breakfast was in their restaurant and had plenty of selections and a great coffeemaker!
Because of much that is written about the hotel, many are under the impression that it is strictly a gay hotel – couldn’t be further from the truth. While there were men going into the spa area (they had to be buzzed in), we never saw any behavior that would make anyone uncomfortable staying at this great hotel.
As most of the reviews stated, the majority of the hotel guests are gay, but truly there is a diverse guests list staying at this hotel. We were three straight couples who stayed for 3 days. We could not have asked for a better experience. Everyone was so friendly, willing to assist us in anything we needed from directions, restaurants to taxis to the airport. I will admit the men in our group were a little disappointed to be dissuaded to attend the men’s sauna, but they understood and appreciated the transparency from the hotel.
.lol The rooms were perfect, clean, compact,very quiet with a well stocked bar which was complimentary. We were in rooms 14, 15 & 16. One disappointment for us, but kudos to the hotel is we never got a chance to visit the roof bar – it was always packed with no place to sit – They gave us complimentary Prosecco which we drank in the bar on the first floor. but I’m happy for the hotel as they are very popular. Definitely would stay again in a heartbeat. Also, breakfast was excellent and worth the money considering we ate down the street on the first day and paid double for 1/2 the amount of food. Stay here you’ll love it.
The hotel is very popular with gay clientele (yay), but everyone is welcome. The restaurant and rooftop bar attracts a wide audience. The rooms were big, clean, comfy and wonderful and included mechanical blackout shades that worked incredibly well. The location is very close to a tram stop (this is especially nice if arriving by train or visiting places outside of center city.
Also very close to the open-air Viktualienmarkt (great for lunch, fresh fruit, or people watching). Also, next door is an ice cream shop that stays open to 11pm. The downstairs restaurant was fantastic and the service there was excellent. The rooftop bar always seemed packed with what seemed to be an afterwork happy-hour crowd at all times of the day.
The hotel is very popular with gay clientele (yay), but everyone is welcome. The restaurant and rooftop bar attracts a wide audience. The rooms were big, clean, comfy and wonderful and included mechanical blackout shades that worked incredibly well. The location is very close to a tram stop (this is especially nice if arriving by train or visiting places outside of center city. Also very close to the open-air Viktualienmarkt (great for lunch, fresh fruit, or people watching). Also, next door is an ice cream shop that stays open to 11pm. The downstairs restaurant was fantastic and the service there was excellent. The rooftop bar always seemed packed with what seemed to be an afterwork happy-hour crowd at all times of the day.
The hotel is a Gay owned class=”_3f5ztoLj”>hotel, part of a complex including a Gay Sauna with a separate entrance, a typical Bavarian restaurant very popular among locals and this 3 star hotel. 3 star becomes an euphemism regarding what this hotel has to offer. Rooms are well furnished, spacious and very comfortable (mine had even a balcony). Bathrooms are pretty big with both tub and shower cabin and the amenities of a 5 stars.
Breakfast is served in the restaurant Deutsche Eiche which brings you to the typical Bavarian atmosphere while having a very nice breakfast with plenty of choices of buffet and egg dishes. The location is on the most charming downtown next to Gaertnerplatz and short walk to Virtualmarket and Marienplatz. Staff is kind, correct and efficient. I’ve liked it so much that I already booked this hotel for my next stay in Munich
How much does a room costs at Hotel Deutsche Eiche?
Prices start 140$/night for Double Room.
This compact room offers a bay window, work desk/seating area, a flat-screen TV and full sea views.
2. carathotel München City – Gay Friendly Hotel Munich
This central hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Marienplatz Square, the historic Old Town and Munich Main Station. Quiet, modern rooms with free WiFi and daily breakfast buffets are offered here and it’a a great gay friendly hotel Munchen.
The elegant, non-smoking rooms at carathotel München City are equipped with a TV and work desk, and the en suite bathrooms include luxury toiletries and a hairdryer. Rooms overlook the peaceful courtyard or park.
Across the street from Nussbaum Park, this modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from Sendlinger Tor U-Bahn station and a 13-minute walk from Marienplatz.
Simple rooms feature soundproof windows and custom-designed beds, plus TVs and free Wi-Fi. Not all rooms have air-conditioning. Suites add kitchenettes and dining tables.
The hotel serves a complimentary breakfast buffet. There’s a bright Italian coffee shop with a sidewalk patio. Parking is available for a fee.
Location is good with a 10-15 minute walk to the old centre. U Bahn station is just around the corner at Sendlinger Tor. It’s very easy to get to Marienplatz and Karlsplatz by foot, or take the U–bahn one stop each.
The apartment rooms are very spacious but the regular rooms are very small. The rooms are clean with the exception of the curtains of the room and the shower curtain
It has apartment on the ground floor, with a microwave, cooktop, oven and refrigerator, so you could prepare a simple meal if you didn’t feel like eating out.
The breakfast was amazing and the complimentary mini bar with non-alcoholic drinks is a nice surprise. So many options including hot and cold with a very wide variety of meats, cheeses, breads, sausages, eggs, pastries, fruits, yogurts, and hot and cold drinks.
Coffee is free till 6 pm daily and there is always a bowl of fruit. The reception desk was very helpful and friendly.
Great location in trendy, gay-friendly neighborhood just one metro stop from main train station and easy walk to old town. Friendly, helpful staff. Reliable wifi. Small rooms were last updated 20 yrs ago but are adequate. Not filthy, just dated. Thin walls are not so great. But the breakfast is big and very good. Quality pastries, eggs with sausages, fresh squeezed juice and I even found a small bottle of bubbly to make a mimosas. Go figure! Not a bad place for the right rate.
Room was quite small but quite nice and comfortable. Who needs a lot of space anyway when you’re out most of the day. Breakfast buffet was phenomenal!! Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, cheeses, cold cuts, mushroom caps, juices and really nice pastries. Reception was nice and is always 24 hours. Free candy and water/coffee in reception always available. Really close to the gay area.
Less than 5 min walk to gay clubs and gay bars in Munich. 10-15 min walk from the central station. The intersection to find it was a bit complicated with how you need to cross so just follow people as they are crossing. Bathroom was immaculate. So comfortable and really, really clean. Great choice to use in Munich. Also reasonably priced.
Stayed here for 6 nights with my partner. Hotel facilities very good.Room very clean and bed VERY comfortable.. Room overlooking a park on main road but hardly any noticeable traffic noise.Breakfast THE best we’ve experienced-included bacon, eggs, sausage, plus the usual continental selection, cereals, fruit and a selection of bread.Even a toaster to toast your bread!.
The staff were amazing-nothing too much trouble, all so helpful and polite.Hotel well located for bars, shops and underground/trams.A little bit pricey at €129 per room per night but well worth it.We would definitely stay here again.A good hotel and Gay friendly too.
How much does a room costs at carathotel München City?
This spacious apartment is located opposite the main hotel building and includes a living/sleeping area, a bathroom with bathtub, and a fully equipped kitchenette with an electric kettle.
Slippers are provided upon request
3. Eurostars Grand Central Munich – Gay Friendly Hotel Munich
Offering a stylish spa with indoor pool, sauna and fitness studio. Soundproofed rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, this 4-star design hotel is just 750 m from Munich Central Station.
All of the air-conditioned rooms and apartments at the Eurostars Grand Central feature a flat-screen TV, an elegant desk, and fine wooden floors.
Spa facilities at the Eurostars Central include a sauna and guests can also make free use of the modern gym.
From the airport you can catch the S-bahn train to Hackerbrucke and the hotel is about three blocks from the station so no need for expensive taxis or long walks with cumbersome luggage. The main bus station is next door to the S-bahn station so also a short walk away and above the bus station are some convenience shops and food outlets. Marienplatz is also only two or three stations from here.
The hotel is one stop from the Munich HBF, it’s a perfect base for making your way around Munich, despite being so close it’s actually very quiet. We were lucky to have a room away from the road so this may be why but I couldn’t hear any cars or the tram. It’s also very handy for going out at night.The Augustiner Keller is two minutes from the hotel. There is a Lidl and some shops at the closest train station (hackerbrücke) which came in handy as we didn’t get the breakfast at the hotel.
A 4-minute walk from the München Hackerbrücke S-Bahn stop, this contemporary hotel lies 4 km from Nymphenburg Palace.
Modern rooms come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars, as well as tea and coffee making equipment. Upgraded rooms include parking. The 1- and 2-bedroom suites feature separate living rooms. Room service is offered.
The room is a clean, medium sized room. The air conditioning is great, the shower was lovely. The only issue you could have with the room was that you could hear a lot of doors slamming and people talking early in the morning as this hotel is in a business area a lot of guests seems to check-out early and were not quiet by any means.
Modern bright rooms with firm comfortable bed, a desk area with seat, sufficient power points, a Juliet window that can actually be opened, view of Frauenkirch (from some rooms) telephone, free wifi (unlimited >5 devices), minibar, blackout curtains, toiletries, safe, decent size closet space, power shower and an easy chair. All spotlessly clean
Professional English speaking staff, parking, cocktail bar, conference facilities, comfortable lounge with free newspapers, pool, sauna, gym, great buffet breakfast, robe/slippers on request, room service (friendly and extremely helpful e.g. Extra pillows & toiletries), power adaptors on request. Taxi rank immediately outside entrance. Also served by Uber XL/Black/Van. Secure luggage area with receipt system. Reception staff happy to print out boarding passes if emailed across.
The Eurostars Grand Central is only a few years old so it’s very modern and all things new. The rooms are very stylish with tea and coffee facilities, hairdryer, fridge, aircon. The only negative thing was a very small wardrobe and no drawers at all. The breakfast was well supplied with hot and cold meats, cereal, fruit, yogurt, fresh fruit, tea, coffee, juice. Service was excellent. The reception staff were very helpful with transport tickets and booking taxi for the airport. It’s a 6 minute walk to the train station were there are shops and a Lidl for supplies. The swimming pool, sauna on the 5th floor is well maintained. I would have no hesitation to stay here again
How much does a room costs at Eurostars Grand Central?
Air-conditioned suite with free Wi-Fi and a flat-screen TV.
Includes separate living and sleeping areas
4. Hilton Munich City – Gay Friendly Hotel Munchen
It is located directly above Rosenheimer Platz S-Bahn Station, which offers fast connections to the city centre, Munich Airport and Munich Central Station.
In Munich’s entertainment district, next to the München Rosenheimer Platz S-Bahn train station, this high-end hotel is also 2.1 km from shopping at Marienplatz.
Modern rooms offer custom-designed beds, city views, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi (fee), as well as desks, easy chairs and minibars. Executive rooms provide soundproofed windows, and access to the Executive Lounge’s free breakfast and refreshments. Suites add sitting areas, pull-out sofas and kitchenettes.
The Hilton Munich City provides modern accomodation in the heart of Munich, with a direct train link to the airport and the main station. The shopping mile at the Marienplatz ist just a ten minutes walk away. Business centre, restaurant, Juliet Rose Bar, 24h gym, room service – the hotel offers the full range of services for the business and leisure guest
Breakfast (fee) is available in a bright dining room, and there’s a chic cocktail bar.
The air-conditioned rooms at the Hilton Munich City feature a flat-screen TV, a large desk, and tea/coffee facilities. Some rooms overlook the quiet courtyard. Free WiFi is available in public areas.
Access to an executive lounge with snacks and drinks is available with some room bookings. The gym on the Hilton’s 5th floor is equipped with modern cardio machines. Swimming, horse riding, and tennis are possible nearby.
Location: Not quite ‘in the middle of things’ like being at Marienplatz, but it is only two stops away on the S-bahn from the hotel.
The Rosenheimer Platz station is right next to the Hilton and it is easy to find. There is a small shopping centre across the street from the Hilton with an Aldi, HIT Market, which is a large grocery store – anecdotally the cashiers sit on chairs, which I’ve never seen before – a Subway sandwich shop and some other eateries. There is also a large drugstore close to the hotel.
The new rooms and lobby are stylish and comfortable, and the new lobby bar is one of the best hotel bars you’ll find in the city. The rooms are impeccable and quite spacious
Large busy breakfast room with buffet -European menu choices eg cheeses, yoghurts and meats plus full American menu with waffles etc. Fresh juices and fruits. There are a lot of hot and cold choices – hard and soft boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, sausages, bacon, beans, waffles, grilled tomatoes, fruit, yogurt, cereal, meats and cheese, veggies, breads, rolls, etc. Lots to choose from.
Catching the S8 from Munich airport direct to Rosenheimer Platz station, able to access the hotel directly from the station – an unexpected bonus
Good location maybe 10-15 mins stroll to AltStadt centre, and very close to an area busy with restaurants. Upon arrival the hotel reception staff could not have been more helpful / attentive – great start. Rooms were of a good / bigger-than-usual size and adequately furnished
Bar had a nice atmosphere, we did not eat in the restaurant but it looked a little soulless – could eat in the bar though.
It was so easy to travel via train to Hilton Munich City from the airport, the station (Rosenheimer Platz) was a couple of mins walk (max!) from the Hotel. Near the Hilton was a lovely courtyard with independent cafes where we had breakfast and a coffee both mornings.
The train from Rosenheimer Platz to Marienplatz (main square) was just 3 minutes. The hotel itself was very clean, modern, well-managed, staff were incredibly helpful and the bar was a real highlight. It had a great buzz and the cocktails were amazing! There were a few restaurants and bars nearby, our favourite being Teatro-Tapas.
If you are coming in from the airport via the S Bahn, then this hotel is the right place for you. From the airport, hop on S8 and the Bahn will lead you straight to the hotel. You don’t even have to get out of the Bahn! That was the main selling point of the Hilton Munich City! The city Centre is also within 2 stations from the hotel – super convenient.
Breakfast selection was small but well done! The wait staff are efficient, polite and spoke good English.
The hotel is easily accessed from the airport via a direct S-Bahn line. The shops at the station are convenient for getting snacks and drinks. It’s about 10-15 minutes brisk walk to the Old Town; one could also go by subway. It’s a modern hotel with some upscale touches, a bit more luxe than the typical American Hilton. We booked an Executive Level room – they were kind enough to upgrade us to a junior suite.
The room was comfortable, pleasant and everything worked. We enjoyed the executive lounge – decent enough drinks and light food (from the Italian restaurant), and friendly staff. It did get very crowded at times. And “Silent Night” got a bit wearing after the fifth repetition (lead-up to Xmas). We had breakfast in the restaurant – great selection with some healthy items, which is not always the case. Don’t go late – they are intimidatingly efficient at clearing up once breakfast closes. We also had dinner in the Mona restaurant – nice enough Italian food but a little lacking in atmosphere. The bar has much better ambience. Highly recommended for a stay in Munich
How much does a room costs at Hilton Munich City ?
This deluxe king room features a desk, a seating area, complimentary soft drinks from the minibar, a flat-screen TV and a safe.
It offers quiet street views, Gasteig or courtyard views.
5. CORTIINA Hotel Munich – Gay Friendly HotelS Munich
This elegant 5* gay friendly hotel Munchen in downtown offers rooms with specially designed furniture and flat-screen TVs and a stylish wine bar. The famous Marienplatz square is a 5-minute walk away.
The rooms and suites of the CORTIINA Hotel feature free Sky TV channels, DVD players, and 2 telephone lines with mailbox function. Free WiFi is available.
Continental breakfasts and big breakfast buffets can be booked at the CORTIINA. A wide range of cocktails, wines, and snacks are served at the Grapes wine bar.
The hotel is in a great location. Close to public transit, tourist attractions, and great bars and restaurants. The location is superb and surprisingly quiet for its location. 2 minute walk to Hofbrauhaus, 4 minutes to Marienplatz and Viktualienmarkt. Easy walk to the English Gardens as well.
Cortina Hotel in Munich, a stylish boutique hotel that is part of the Design Hotels group with wonderful room with a cool modern bathroom. The room and bath are well-designed and, while not large, certainly larger than most hotel rooms in Europe.
A 4-minute walk from Marienplatz central square, this stylish Old Town hotel is a 5-minute walk from Viktualienmarkt farmer’s market and a 13-minute walk from Englischer Garten park.
Modern, eclectically furnished rooms come with WiFi access, iPod docks, flat-screen TVs with DVD players, natural-rubber mattresses and unbleached cotton sheets. Upgraded rooms and suites may add kitchenettes, in-room soaking tubs, separate sitting areas and/or private balconies.
There’s a restaurant serving international cuisine, plus a seasonal terrace. A breakfast buffet are available
The breakfast buffet is one of the finest you could have, complete in every way from gourmet honey on the comb to cappuccinos, fresh-baked goods, high quality smoked salmon, wonderful meats as you’d expect on a charcuterie board and fresh-squeezed juices,
The hotel has a wine bar and Italian restaurant downstairs which always looks busy and buzzy. The room also has a Nespresso machine, complimentary bottled water that is replenished daily, and even a lovely lavender spray for the pillows to relax at night. Free bike rentals come with your stay.
Our room (by downtown city standards) was huge – big enough for a couch and 2 chairs living area with a desk in addition to our queen sized bed. The location is fantastic – just a few steps to the Marienplatz train station and the Viktualienmarkt yet still very quiet.
The service was friendly and top notch as well. If I were to have one slight criticism it’s that the beds are extra-firm – but they all seem that way in Germany/Austria. We stayed in 4 different hotels throughout Bavaria and Austria and all 4 had hard-as-rock beds. The Cortiina provided a pad for the top of the bed which helped a bit, but we were happy to get home to our nice cushy bed.
Loved this hotel. The location was perfect. Only 2 blocks from the Viktualienmarkt, the famous outdoor food market, about 5 blocks to Marienplatz center and 15 minute walk to Hauptbahnhof central train station. Easy walking distance to many other places, like the Royal Residence Palace.
Quiet location and very good AC. It was in the 90’s while we were there and since many hotels don’t have central air, this was a life saver! Daily breakfast buffet was excellent and the hotel staff was very friendly. They had free bikes that we used to spend a day riding through the English Gardens. Our room was #428 and came with a mini kitchen.
The only negative thing I can think of is there needs to be a towel hook on the back of the bathroom door and a bath mat is needed in the tub, as it was very slippery. I highly recommend spending a little more and staying here. Well worth the upgrade from the cheaper hotels in the grittier neighborhoods near the train station
How much does a room costs at Cortiina Hotel Munich ?
Elegant room with design furniture, a kitchenette and a flat-screen TV.
This room offers extra space with a combined sleeping and living area.