Rome is a fantastic destination to spend a few days. The city is dotted with beautiful historic buildings from different periods and great museums. The gay scene in Rome is not as you would expect. Under pressure from the Vatican, homosexuality is (still) not fully accepted. Gay bars and venues are spread across Rome, but most can be found near the Colosseum. The Via di San Giovanni in Laterano is also called the gaystreet of Rome where you will find numerous hotels for gays in Rome as well. Especially in the summer months it can get quite busy here.



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Hotel Capo d’Africa

Hotel Capo d'Africa is located on a very central location in Rome. From the hotel you can easily explore Rome on foot. Many interesting places are close to Hotel Capo d'Africa. Within a radius of 600 meters you can find the Domus Aurea, the Colosseum

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A. Roma Lifestyle Hotel

A. Roma Lifestyle Hotel is a beautiful hotel not far from the city center of Rome. The hotel offers excellent facilities, spacious rooms and has a very friendly staff. In the garden there is a large swimming pool with sun beds (during summer). Whole year round you can use the indoor swimming pool and spa facilities with several relaxing treatments. Other facilities are a gym, an excellent restaura

Hotel Morgana

Hotel Morgana is situated in a very convenient location in Rome, directly opposite the main train station in Rome. The hotel is a good base to visit the sights of Rome. In addition to various attractions near Hotel Morgana, there is a metro station within walking distance of the hotel. The subway is only two stops from the Coliseum. Rooms at Hotel Morgana are tastefully decorated and feature excel
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The Inn At The Roman Forum

The Inn At The Roman Forum is a small boutique hotel and only offers 12 rooms. Housed in a historic building, the rooms are decorated with beautiful Italian wooden floors, stylish furniture and heavy drapes. The facilities are up-to-date, for example free wireless internet. The central location makes The Inn At The Roman Forum the perfect base to explore Rome. You walk within 10 minutes to the Col
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Colosseo Gardens – My Extra Home

Colosseo Gardens offers 14 apartments in central Rome. The apartments are spacious and well appointed. There are different types of apartments available, both with one and two bedrooms, with or without terrace. Each apartment has a living room, a kitchenette, a washing machine, air conditioning and free wireless internet. Colosseo Gardens is located close to the Colloseum. You walk there in ten mi
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The Inn at the Spanish Steps

The Inn at the Spanish Steps is a small boutique hotel in the center of Rome. Housed in a beautiful historic building it offers 24 luxurious rooms. The rooms are stylishly decorated and feature free WiFi. The Inn at the Spanish Steps features a rooftop terrace where breakfast is served, when the weather allows it. There is a jacuzzi at the hotel as well. Next to the Spanish Steps, there are many o
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Grand Hotel De La Minerve

Grand Hotel De La Minerve is a luxurious hotel, located right in the center of Rome in a beautiful historic building. The spacious rooms are fully equipped and have a classic design. The hotel features a spacious terrace where you have a magnificent view of several historical buildings. Many attractions are within walking distance of Grand Hotel De La Minerve like Torre Argentina, the Pantheon and
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Rome Cavalieri

Rome Cavalieri lies just outside the center of Rome on a hill. From the hotel and surrounding gardens, you have a beautiful view of the Vatican and Rome. The hotel facilities are excellent. There are several bars and restaurants, including a restaurant on the roof that is distinguished by Michelin. There are also an indoor and outdoor pool, a sauna and a hammam in Rome Cavalieri. Despite the nice
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Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá

Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá is a 5-star hotel that is located in central Rome. It is set on a hill on the banks of the Tiber River, and is located just 800 meters from the St Peter’s Basilica. This hotel for gays in Rome offers elegantly designed rooms with stunning views of the Vatican, Castel Sant’Angelo, and the hotel’s garden. Villa Agrippina Gran Meliá features an on-site spa, and an o
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Room Mate Filippo

Room Mate Filippo offers elegant rooms, just 200 meters from Barberini Metro in Rome. The Spanish Steps are not more than 500 meters from this hotel. This hotel for gays in Rome is featuring a fitness centre, free WiFi, and a terrace. All rooms are air conditioned and spacious, and include a flat-screen TV and a minibar. The private bathrooms offer free toiletries. You can enjoy a delicious buffet



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  • Why travel to Rome?
  • Rome has always been a popular destination for gay and lesbian travelers, with sights to see, museums to explore, and places to see. The Colosseum has always been a top option, but this historic landmark can also be enjoyed by members of the LGBT community, with the added benefit of knowing that you are supporting a gay friendly business.
    If you are traveling to Rome for the first time, you might have a lot of questions. For example: Should you go to the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel? Should you take the Colosseum tour? Is it safe to walk around at night? How much should you tip in a restaurant? You can put your concerns at rest. We will answer these questions and more.

  • Should you go to the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel?
  • The Vatican and the Sistine Chapel are two of the most popular and highly-rated tourist destinations in Rome. In fact, they are two of the most popular and highly-rated tourist attractions in the entire world. Many travelers will travel all the way to Rome for the chance to see them both.
    Rome is a wonderful city that contains more history than any other city on Earth. No doubt, a visit to the Vatican City, the city-state that is the home of the Pope and the Vatican, is a visit that you will remember forever. Likewise, the Sistine Chapel is a marvel, and your visit will leave you breathless. And besides,, who wants to miss out on Michelangelo’s ceiling?

  • Should you take the Colosseum tour?
  • The Colosseum is the main symbol of the city and the most famous monument in the world. It is a place that mustn’t be missed if you are visiting Rome. The history of the Colosseum is quite fascinating, and the structure itself is beautiful. It is one of the greatest examples of Roman architecture and a testament to the power and wealth of the Roman Empire. However, given that it is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rome and one of the most visited places in the world, it is also one of the most crowded.

  • Is it safe to walk around at night?
  • The good news is it’s one of the safest cities in the world—so much so that you can walk around some neighborhoods at night in absolute safety. The most dangerous areas at night are the ones that are frequented by drunks and drug addicts, but if you’re smart and don’t talk to sketchy people, you’ll be fine.

  • How much should you tip in a restaurant?
  • Some people get really hung up on tipping, fretting over how much to leave and who to leave it for. But the reality is that we’re all human, and even though your server has been nice, she’s not going to remember you even if you don’t leave anything. Plus, most places have a built-in tip, so you don’t even have to worry about calculating how much to leave or who to leave it for.
    If you are gay friendly and planning a trip to Rome, chances are you want to have a good time but also stay safe. Luckily, Rome is an easy place to travel to, and there are plenty of things to do and see. Rome is a city of seven hills, and it is renowned for its history, art, culture, and architecture. You can spend an evening at a classical music concert, and the next day is in the heart of the action at the Coliseum.
    As a gay man, you might be a bit nervous about travelling to Rome, Italy. I can understand that. I’ve been there now a couple of times and am a little nervous too. Before you go, you should check out some tips on how to travel as a gay man in Rome, Italy. You can keep yourself safe and have a great time. Let’s go!

  • Book your hotel or where to stay
  • You will need to book your hotel in advance to make sure you get a room that is not reserved for a straight couple. On arrival, you will need to be discreet, especially in some tourist areas. Public displays of affection are frowned upon.
    Rome is one of the best cities in Europe for gay and lesbian travelers. There are many gay-friendly hotels and other businesses that will welcome you with open arms, but to help you make the best decision, here are some of the best gay-friendly hotels in Rome.
    Making new friends while traveling is one of the best things about traveling, whether with a partner or solo. This list of gay friendly hotels in Rome is a great place to start. As a gay traveler, there are a few things you want to look for in a hotel when you travel.
    The first thing you want to check is the location, and these hotels all sit in fashionable sections of Rome. The second thing to look for is the amenities you will be offered at the hotel. A hotel with amenities for gay travelers will offer free WiFi, a safe space for gay men to meet, an equal rights policy, and other services. Many of the hotels also offer a gay travel discount.

  • Where to go in Rome?
  • Rome is a city that leaves a deep impression on many visitors, but not just because of its history and art. It’s also because the city is so different from the others in Europe. Here, you can cross the Tiber River by foot, you can wander through ancient ruins, or you can stop by a street cafe for a cappuccino and some gelato. Rome is a historic city and the capital of Italy. It is known for the Roman Forum, Trajan’s Market, the Catacombs, the Vatican Museums, and the Sistine Chapel.
    If you’re travelling to Rome, chances are you’ll want to spend some time in the city’s famous gay scene. Rome is home to the annual Roma Pride festival, which celebrates LGBT culture and rights. It’s also home to several well-known gay-friendly bars and clubs.
    Rome is one of the most popular cities in Europe and one of the most visited cities in the world. The city is full of history and beautiful sights, as well as the best shopping, restaurants, and nightlife you could ask for. Whether you are visiting on business or for pleasure, there is always something to do in Rome, but it can be difficult to choose where to go, especially if you are new to the city. The best option is to plan ahead and book at least one of the many tours that are available.
    As a 20-year veteran of the travel industry and a gay man, I’ve had a lot of feedback about what makes a city gay-friendly. The most important aspect, in my experience, is the attitude of the people in the city. After all, you can go to all of the gay bars and bathhouses in the world, but if the people simply don’t like you for being gay, you won’t have a good time.
    People all over the world visit Italy for many reasons: the delicious food, the amazing art, and the beautiful scenery. Although Italy is a popular tourist destination, gay and lesbian travelers might be a little hesitant to plan a trip to Italy. However, we’ve found that gay and lesbian travelers can enjoy the same delights of Italy as anyone else, and the best part is that in Italy, discrimination is illegal. Although there are some issues in certain parts of the country, the overall outlook for gay and lesbian travelers to Italy is very positive.

  • What else does Italy offer?
  • To some, it is a destination on the bucket list, while to others, it’s a return trip to a city that has left them in a state of pure bliss. Italy is a magical place, and there are so many reasons why people travel there: the beautiful landscapes, the historic architecture, the countless religious sites, the mouth-watering food, the art and architecture, the fashion, and the nightlife. But no matter the reason, there is an abundance of things to do in Italy for everyone.
    As a conclusion to our list of reasons to visit Italy, we would like to mention that Italian is widely spoken. Especially in the big cities, you find many people who speak German, Spanish, French or English. It is therefore very easy to travel around and to communicate with the locals. The food is great, and you can eat well for a cheap price. Furthermore, it is very fun to explore the Italian culture, and Italians love to entertain their guests.

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