Paris is a fantastic city to visit. You can easily entertain yourself here for numerous days. Paris is not only a good gay scene, but also by the variety of activities you can do. Historical buildings in romantic streets, excellent museums, nice markets and shops, and numerous bars and restaurants, Paris has it all. The gay scene in Paris is quite compact. Most bars, restaurants and clubs are located in the Marais. This district is close to Notre Dame and Le Centre Pompidou and thus has a central location in Paris.



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Hôtel Jules & Jim

Hotel Jules & Jim is a small boutique hotel and is situated in the Marais district. The hotel offers 23 rooms. The rooms are compact, but well cared for and well equipped including air conditioning, free wireless internet access and soundproof insula

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Hôtel Duo

Hôtel Duo is a great location in Paris. The hotel is only a few minutes walk from the Seine, Le Centre Pompidou and Hotel de Ville. And it's not much further to Notre Dame and Pont Neuf. Hôtel Duo is situated in the Marais district and thus to most gay bars, restaurants and shops it is just a few minutes walk. The hotel has excellent facilities and gets a very high rating of its guests. Even wit
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Hotel de la Bretonnerie

Hotel de la Bretonnerie is located at Rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie. In this street and its side streets you can find many gay bars, restaurants and shops. This makes this hotel an excellent choice if you want to discover the Parisian gay scene. In addition, many other attractions can be found near the hotel. Centro Suizo, the Picasso museum and the Hôtel de Ville are within walking distance
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Hôtel Thérèse

Hôtel Thérèse and its rooms are tastefully decorated in warm beige colors. This boutique hotel in Paris is highly appreciated by its guests because of the good location, excellent facilities and excellent service. From Hôtel Thérèse it is a ten minutes walk to the Louvre and the Opéra Garnier. The Royal Palace is even closer. In a half-hour walk you reach the Marais district, and by metro i
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Hôtel Du Haut Marais

Hôtel Du Haut Marais is a small boutique hotel in the center of Paris. From the hotel you can easily visit the many attractions of Paris. Indeed, there are very many metro stations near the hotel. The lively gay bars and restaurants in the Marais district are within a few minutes reach. Hôtel Du Haut Marais features ten rooms which are tastefully decorated. Each room offers a unique interior and
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Hidden Hotel

Hidden Hotel is located in the west of Paris, within walking distance of the Arc de Triomphe. This boutique hotel has excellent facilities, great service and stylish rooms equipped with free WiFi. Moreover, Hidden Hotel offers a pool, a spa and a library. In a fifteen minutes' walk from the hotel, you can reach Monceau park, the Eiffel Tower is located two kilometers away from the hotel and the Lo
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Hôtel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain

Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain is located on the south-bank of the Seine in Paris, very close to the Musée d'Orsay. This is not the only attraction in the vicinity of the hotel. Also Jardin des Tuileries, Palais Bourbon and the Louvre are all within a kilometer of Hotel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain. Le Marais is a nice walk along the Seine over Pont Neuf, the tower of Saint-Jacques and Hôtel
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Hôtel Recamier

Hôtel Recamier is located in the sixth arrondissement of Paris, halfway between the church of Saint Sulpice and the Palais du Luxembourg. Other attractions near the hotel include the Senate and shopping Marché Saint-Germain. Hôtel Recamier is a boutique hotel with 24 rooms. The rooms are tastefully decorated. The hotel features a swimming pool and spa on site, and offers free wireless internet.
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Francois 1er

Francois 1er is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, a different area than most other hotels on this list. The hotel features spacious rooms that are classically furnished. Le Marais is located five kilometers from the hotel. From Francois 1er you can make a wonderful walk to the Marais, along the Seine, Place de la Concorde, Jardin des Tuileries, the Louvre and the Pont Neuf. If you find t
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Le Relais du Marais

Le Relais du Marais is located on the edge of the Marais district, making this an excellent choice for your stay in Paris. From the hotel you can walk into town to get lost in the romantic streets with small bars and restaurants. The hotel has 37 rooms including single rooms. The interior is modern and tasteful. Also you can have free WiFi. Attractions near the hotel include Place de la Republique



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  • What Is The Gay Area Of Paris?
  • It’s hard to pinpoint an exact “gay area” in Paris since many neighborhoods have their own gay bars and hangouts. But if you’re looking for a Gay district, you need only know about Marais, the gayest neighborhood in Paris, and heavily populated with lesbians and gays, young and old. The Marais is a historic neighborhood, one that’s been known for centuries as a place where the rich and stylish residing. With good reason: the Marais is a neighborhood that’s jam-packed with hundreds of shops, businesses, and restaurants.

  • Which Hotels Are Close To The Gay Area?
  • There are many gay-friendly hotels in Paris. As popular as Paris is among gay travellers, most visitors don’t come to the City of Light specifically to see the sights of the gay community. In fact, the number of people who come to Paris specifically to see the sights of the gay community is probably smaller than the number of people who come to Paris specifically to see the sights of the Eiffel Tower. But, if you’re looking for a hotel in the gay area, there are a few hotels worth looking at.

    The Marais is located in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. It is one of the best places to stay in Paris. It is the trendy and gay friendly area of the city. It is a safe neighborhood where you can wander around at any hour of the day.

  • In Which Area You Can Find Most Bars & Restaurants?
  • Paris is one of the most popular cities to visit in France and with good reason. Paris is known for its landmarks such as Notre Dame, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower. However, Paris is also known for its vibrant nightlife and a wide variety of restaurants and bars.
    In any area, you’re going to find most bars and restaurants in the central area of the city. The Latin district of the city is also an option if you want to find some clubs. If you prefer to meet locals, you should visit the gay bars in the Canal Saint-Martin area.

  • Which Hotels Are Near The Eiffel Tower?
  • Paris is a major tourist destination, but it also makes an excellent holiday destination for gay and lesbian travellers. With the Eiffel Tower as the city’s most famous landmark, the gay and lesbian community is guaranteed to find something to enjoy, be it a visit to the well-known but always enjoyable Musée de l’Homme or a trip to the lesser-known Musée de Montmartre.

  • Which Hotels Are Near The Montmatre?
  • Paris has a lot of hotels to choose from, but finding one that’s gay-friendly (and has rooms available) can be tricky. Luckily, a new crop of apps and a few websites can help you find the best gay-friendly Paris hotels for both you and your partner’s style. For those looking for a romantic, cozy stay, try out Hotel Gai Cavalier near the Montmartre. This hotel is one of the more stylish in the city and offers free breakfast, free wifi, and a free minibar. If you’re looking for more of an indie vibe, try Hotel Amour. This hotel is a bit more expensive but is young and hip, perfect for those looking for a change from the typical

  • Is It Easy To Use Public Transport In Paris?
  • There are several options to get around the city using the public transport system. The cheapest is to buy a Navigo (1) pass. It is available in 3, 4, or 5 zones and allows you unlimited travel on the subway and bus for a certain number of days. You can also buy a weekly or monthly pass. Above all, you can also buy individual tickets (1.50) for each ride, but that can quickly get expensive.

  • Is It Easy To Get A Taxi In Paris?
  • Getting a cab in Paris is easy. The two biggest taxi firms are Taxis G7 and Taxis Bleus. Both companies have stood throughout the city, and you can also call for a taxi as well. To stop a taxi, just wave your hand.

  • Is It Easy To Find A Parking Spot In Paris?
  • Paris is a great city for traveling to, due to its rich history and amazing culture. However, one of the most commonly reported problems that tourists face when visiting the city is that it can be difficult to find a place to park your car. Fortunately, there are several things that you can do to ensure that you avoid this problem while enjoying the rest of what Paris has to offer.
    Paris might be the most romantic city in the world, but that doesn’t mean you should expect parking to be a valet service. While there are plenty of designated parking spots in the city, finding a spot can be difficult. In order to avoid a stressful morning running around the streets, consider making a reservation at one of the nearby garages. This will make sure that you have a place to park and that you can find it easily.

  • How Do I Get From The Central Train Station To My Hotel?
  • Whether you are traveling to Paris for business or pleasure, a trip to the City of Lights can be an exciting and memorable experience. However, it can also be overwhelming because of the amount of planning that goes into it. Whether you want to visit the Eiffel Tower, the Musée d’Orsay, or the Louvre, the first step is knowing how to get from the train station to your hotel.
    – Taking the local metro line for €1.90 is the simplest way to avoid traffic jams in the center of the city. Trains run about every 2 to 5 minutes and will be your best mode of transportation if you are staying in the city center.

  • How Do I Get From The Airport To My Hotel?
  • What if you’re going to Paris for a meeting or a vacation and you’re already tired from a long flight? The last thing you want to do is deal with public transportation, the taxis, and your luggage all by yourself. Let’s face it, Paris is a big city, and it can be overwhelming for a tourist if he or she doesn’t know where to begin.
    When you are travelling to Paris, you want to make sure that you have an easy trip from the airport to your hotel. Here are some tips on how to do that and how you can avoid some of the Paris travel scams that you may come across.
    You can buy your ticket for the RATP Airport Express directly from the RATP website. You can purchase the ticket 7 days in advance, and you can use a credit card to make the purchase. This will help you to make sure that you get the right train, and you won’t need to worry about carrying cash or a large amount of money, which can be an easy target for pickpockets.

  • Which Museums Can I Visit In Paris?
  • A must-see when travelling to Paris is the Louvre, the world’s most visited museum and home to works by Matisse, Rembrandt, and Da Vinci, not to mention the Mona Lisa. And don’t forget to visit the Musée d’Orsay, a 19th-century commuter train station transformed into a stunning museum of Impressionist and post-Impressionist works.
    If you plan to travel to Paris, you will have many different questions concerning the city’s safety, including How safe Paris is for the LGBTQ community? Are there areas of Paris you should avoid? Is Paris safe for women? These are all valid questions, but the fact is, Paris is a safe city for both travellers and residents alike.

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