J'y suis passé un lundi soir... Presuqe personne et ceux qui sont là sont avachis à siroter leur verre. Aucune action, d'ailleurs les lieux ne s'y prêtent pas. C'est censé être fetish mais il y a juste quelques grilles et une lumière tamisée pour faire illusion. Seul un fumoir petit et puant est un peu plus fréquenté... Aucun intérêt...
Gay Paris travel guide
Bienvenue à paris
Paris is spectacular all year long . Do your tourist stuff at Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame or the Louvre. Meet guys in Le Marais for a drink in one of the gay bars or go find them in one of the clubs for a french kiss . Voulez vous....?gay Paris guide
hotels, B&Bs and apartments
Most popular hotels
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Gay parties and bars
Paris offers many different gay parties. Bars and clubs like Le Depot, Banana, Cox, Open Cafe can be found in Le Marais. Club Queens is situated at the Champs d'Elysee.Gay guide to Paris
Where to stay
Make sure you book a hotel early. Best as close to the gay area (Le Marais, Louvre) as possible. Please support our website and book your hotel here!Paris hotels
Gay tourist guide to Paris
This is the Paris gay guide by Nighttours. Paris is one of the biggest cities in Europe. Fortunately for the gay tourist, the main gay nightlife is concentrated in one area, Le Marais. Most gay bars, clubs and gay saunas can be found in the 3rd and 4th arrondissement. For some parties you have to travel a bit more, either by Metro or taxi.
Most popular gay bars can be found in Le Marais (remember that name!). There are also many popular little but popular gay restaurants here. Close to shopping mall Les Halles you find some more bars and the popular Le Depot (thé gay cruise club in Paris).
Nighttours always lists all gay clubs, gay bars, men saunas and gay parties, so you know where to go and when. Just Come Out and Party!
Reviews by visitors
OK I'm a man in my 30s but look in my 20s. So, I decided to go to this place after reading Spartacus where it was said that is a place for mature men. I understood "mature" in a wrong way, because I expect people around my age or 40s but this place was actually full of over 65 yo. Nothing wrong about it, actually I praise that a place like this exist for those who like it...I was actually very popular as I was the youngest there, and I am fit and bla bla bla...but I decided to leave for good as over 65 yo are not my cup of tea at all. If only there were more men in their 40s but no, at least when I was there.
Very small place, I would say tiny. Very few cabins. I'm not into trannies but I knew it was a place for them too, which was not a problem for me. I was lucky enough to pick the only one decent looking guy there, but it's not a place I would come back. The staff was very friendly though.
You can always find people here, but be ready to see how people walk around showing off and not doing anything at all. The darkroom is very active though, if you are into anonymous sex. All kind of people, not only beauty queens, although lots of them...the place itself is huge, but not very tidy. Showers are dark and who knows whats on the floor, it's smelly. You better bring your own flipflops (not sure if you are allowed to do that) or rent them. The staff is very unfriendly, especially if you don't speak French, they behave like they were doing us a favor to exist. Nevertheless, it's worth to visit once you are in Paris and experienced by yourself, I don't like it but I don't hate it, and so far I've always had good sex there.
It's a nice place with friendly staff. Clean and tidy, decent gym, big enough cruising area but unluckily not so many people like in Sun City. It's anyway a place worth to visit, with more people it would be the best choice for a sauna in Paris
Hotels in Paris
Visit our Paris hotel page for information on where to stay. You can also try our online Paris hotel map to see and book hotels near the gay venues. Please book via the links on this website thanks!where to stayhotel map Paris
Gay friendly hotel set in the heart of Paris’ third arrondissement, just 300 metres from the Musée des Arts et Métiers, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi access. Réaumur-Sébastopol Metro Station is a 2-minute walk away.
Situated in central Paris, Hôtel Du Plat d'Etain is located between the Marais and Beaubourg districts of the city, a 10-minute walk from the Pompidou Centre.
Citadines Les Halles Paris is located in Paris beside the Forum des Halles and 500 metres from the Pompidou Centre. It has air-conditioned apartments and a 24-hour reception that offers tea and coffee upon arrival.
A 5-minute walk from Hôtel de Ville Metro Station in central Paris, D'win hotel offers free Wi-Fi access throughout and has an interior courtyard.
This 19th-century building with its striking façade is the home of the Crowne Plaza Paris République, a 4-star hotel situated on Place de la République.