Barcelona gay guide
Barcelona is one of the most popular gay destinations in Europe. Visit famous Gaudi places like Parque Guell, climb the Segrada Familia. Or just enjoy the gay beach or one of the many shops during the day.
At night you find many cool bars in the Gayxeimple or go to the hot clubs like Metro. In August, Barcelona will host
Barcelona gay night life
Circuit Festival which is one of the most popular gay circuit events in Europe.
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Reviews by visitors
dutchhotman 25 days ago
i can't wait to go again to boyberry every friday for lots of suk & fuk fun:-)
neron123 31 days ago
I was here on Tuesday right, a bit quiet at the beginning but around 11pm there were wnough people to play with, not crowded anyhow, but that is actually better. The place is cruising area is not big but not small either, very open, so you better like to be watched, if you are looking for privacy this is not your place. Condoms are offered by request to the barman. Not bad place for a weekday, though you only have a couple of hours to have fun because it closes quit soon IMO, but overall I'd come back in my further trips to BCN.
alexanderbarcelona 1 months ago
It is the best for my taste, the age of the people are between 20 and 40 and all types of people, the quality / price is reasonable, the music is very good and in darkroom or tell (watch your wallet in this place, not logical? if you have your pants down with dozens of guys around ... :)) Anyway I think this is a great place to have fun alone or with friends.
Jack 1 months ago
It is a waste of money! The place reeked of urine; the people smelled; and music is ordinary. And you have to buy drinking tickets in order to get your drinks. Top it off, the counter that sells the drinking tickets is right next to the entrance. Sure what a great way to mingle!
More reviewswrite a review Milan 1 months ago
2015 edition us perhaps the most boring one so far. All parties are same: hordes of impotent, asexual, empty-headed, self-admiring, drugged-up bimbos dancing to unarticulated repetitive (they call it) "music". Prices are outrageous: 330ml WARM water (Note, it's not even half a litre) priced at 6EUR! And you have to queue up for a voucher, then move on to queue for the drink itself. Add to this the ridiculously expensive entrance fee, and no wonder no one is drinking anything - out of hundreds of people you see at each party, perhaps every 20th person has a drink in hand. Worst of all, although organiser sells each party as a different theme, there is absolutely NO difference to the thematic of any of them, it's just a different branding of the announcement poster and that's it. The only good thing about it is you see a lot of ladies trapped in some very good looking male bodies, and that's all. Still, it's cheaper just to go online and find even better looking real men with a little less less estrogen coming out of their ears.
Hotels in Barcelona
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Aribau, 33, Barcelona
4 star hotel, 105 rooms, 1758 reviews, score 7.8
The Axel hotels are the best gay hotels you can find. The roof terrace is a popular hangout, with swimming pool and jacuzzi.
Rambla del Raval, 17-21, Barcelona
4 star hotel, 186 rooms, 1471 reviews, score 8.3
Set in Barcelona’s vibrant Raval district, this design hotel offers free Wi-Fi, a gym and a roof terrace with pool and panoramic views.
Gran Vía De Les Corts Catalanes, 570, Barcelona
4 star hotel, 81 rooms, 1410 reviews, score 7.7
Set in an attractive building, Sunotel Central features a rooftop swimming pool and hot tub with views of Barcelona. The in-house theatre, ‘Aquarella Music Restaurant’, hosts weekly live shows.
Villarroel, 106, Barcelona
4 star hotel, 84 rooms, 1258 reviews, score 8.0
Acevi Villarroel offers free high-speed Wi-Fi, a spa and a rooftop pool, open in summer. Located 400 metres from Urgell Metro Station, it is a 15-minute walk from Barcelona’s Plaza Catalunya.
Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 574, Barcelona
3 star hotel, 57 rooms, 1066 reviews, score 8.2
The Caledonian has an ideal setting on Barcelona's Gran Vía, just 5 minutes' walk from Plaza de Catalunya and Las Ramblas.