Plaza Vazquez de Mella, 12, Madrid
3 star hotel, 74 rooms, 604 reviews, score 8.3
Room Mate Oscar is a stylish hotel located in central Madrid, between Gran Via and the Chueca district. It offers free Wi-Fi, rooms with flat-screen TVs and a rooftop bar.
Tourist guide to gay Madrid
Madrid is one of Europe's largest cities, located at the very center of the Iberian Peninsula and becoming a popular gay destination. It is a modern, active city offering innumerable attractions to the (gay) visitor. Chueca is Madrids gay area, with lots of shops, restaurants, bars and sauna's catering the gay visitor.
Gay Pride Madrid
The gaypride in Madrid is one of the biggest and most popular in Europe. The massive parade attracts over a million spectators. Madrid pride is usually held the first weekend of July from Friday till Sunday, but it has changed in the past so make sure to check the offical date. The activities are mostly concentrated in the area Chueca and Sol. The gay parties are on locations around the city.
Gay pride Madrid
Book your hotel in the gay area
We selected some (gay) hotels in the gay area. You can directly book these hotels with our partner booking.com. Nighttours provides an interactive hotel map of Chueca so you can find your hotel as close to the gay bars, clubs and restaurants as possible.
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Reviews by visitors
VictorMadrid 19 days ago
We MOVED in February 2014!!!!
You can now find Attack at our new venue, 1 minute walking form original location:
Calle Olivar, 22 - Madrid
We reported to nighttours, as many of you told us address was not right on this website, but change has not been applied yet! :)
jeff7xs 1 months ago
Got there at midnight, the place was half-full. For some reason the foam only appeared by 2 a.m. and stopped at 4 a.m.The quantity of foam is also under the norm, some 40 cm thick. So dont expect a real foam party.
I was there during the pride week so there was a good mix of people of all ages and nationalities, but outside Pride rvent it is probably not so busy.
Sue 2 months ago
This is my favourite bar in Madrid! Not just for musical lovers, this little bar makes you feel as if you’re in a private party every night. The owners make everyone feel welcome from the minute they walk through the door, and by the end of the night you know everyone in the bar. Sing along to the musicals, be surprised by ones you’ve never heard of, or get up and sing on Friday night open-mic night – whenever you go, you’ll have a great night.
Sue 2 months ago
This is my favourite bar in Madrid! Not just for musical lovers, this little bar makes you feel as if you’re in a private party every night. The owners, José Luis and Frieder, make everyone feel welcome from the minute they walk through the door, and by the end of the night you know everyone in the bar. Sing along to the musicals, be surprised by ones you’ve never heard of, or get up and sing on Friday night open-mic night – whenever you go, you’ll have a great night.
More reviewswrite a review Al 3 months ago
This place had its hey days back in the 90's when it was a gay institution by its own right. But those days are gone and the management is fialing to attract people due to high prices and lack ambient control. What you end up with now is ugly desperate people who show up at three o'clock in the morning coming straight form home for the sex. Lots of South American hustlers and all in all nothing worth the west of money and energy. Parties on Saturday are old and tired and half full at best. The dark room is tired and smelly and people on drug going arround frantically to have sex with whatever. No quality of anything. It is gone down hell and it is not coming back any time soo
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Gran Vía, 9, Madrid
4 star hotel, 185 rooms, 2001 reviews, score 8.1
Catalonia Gran Vía offers a plunge pool, free Wi-Fi, a spa and a small gym. It is situated in central Madrid, between Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Cibeles.
Covarrubias, 4, Madrid
4 star hotel, 143 rooms, 1417 reviews, score 8.4
Gran Hotel Versalles is located in a quiet area of central Madrid, next to Alonso Martínez Metro Station. It is a classic-style hotel offering 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.
Gran Vía, 53, Madrid
4 star hotel, 232 rooms, 1403 reviews, score 8.2
This classic hotel, conveniently located on Madrid’s Gran Vía, has a seasonal rooftop swimming pool and a seasonal terrace with fantastic city views.
Salud, 21 (Gran Via, 29), Madrid
4 star hotel, 126 rooms, 1003 reviews, score 7.8
The Best Western Arosa is set next to Gran Vía Avenue, 400 metres from Puerta del Sol and 15 minutes’ walk from the Prado Museum.
Gran Vía, 21, Madrid
4 star hotel, 136 rooms, 969 reviews, score 8.2
The Senator Gran Vía 21 Hotel is set next to Gran Vía Metro Station, in the centre of Madrid. It offers a 24-hour reception and stylish accommodation with free Wi-Fi access.