11 Rue Du Temple, Paris
3 star hotel, 58 rooms, 350 reviews, score 8.2
Very nice hotel located around the corner of the popular gay bars. Always very popular with gay guys.
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!
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.
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Reviews by visitors
Mike Hanson 4 days ago
BEWARE OF RAIDD. I was there this week and had my phone stolen. When I verbally confronted the thieves I was physically attacked. Despite the fact that I had been the one that was attacked and was injured, the security guards did nothing but let the thieves go. They refused to call the police. Even worse-- several minutes later the thieves came back on a scooter laughing and gave the same security guard a kiss on the cheek. To add insult to injury, the barmen were insulting and completely uncooperative.
BOTTOM LINE-- WATCH OUT AT THIS BAR. There is no cover charge and all kinds of people come in with the sole intention of stealing. There are definitely criminals that work the crowd and the bar management doesn't care. In fact, it is likely they are complicit in this activity.
seb 22 21 days ago
I went there yesterday just before 7pm , exit office . I like guys in suits and I thought that going in between 6 and 8pm would be ideal. Where to start ? There is so much to write !
I'll start with the positives ( there are some ) ;-)
The place is well arranged . Cabins to choose from, tv screens, multi-level , full of corners , a small sauna in the background etc. ..
It is clean ( you'll understand why by reading the following ) .
The reception . I found it deplorable. When I arrived the man behind the bar looked bored in front of his computer screen. Unfortunately , I asked him the same question twice because her first answer was not very clear and he answered in an annoyed look , "As I 've already said ..." . I thought, " Oh, not cool boy . It starts badly . " The typical style of arrogant and dismissive gay you can see in the Marais.
Price. € 15 This is the price of a genuine sauna ( But it is not a "real" sauna) .
The Bar: For the price I got only a small tumbler of whiskey. I think it looks a bit stingy though ...
The crowd : Below the minimum. The place is kept clean. There is nobody to mess ! When I was there there were only 5 /6 people . I forced myself to wait 8pm to go in case there would be a new arrival in the meantime but nothing.
After this disappointment and this scam ( let's write ) I went to a brothel in the Marais where I know one server . I told him my story . He looked at me and smiled with an air of not surprised , saying he had heard that Steel did not work hard.
Result , I spent € 15 to drink half a glass of whiskey making me bawl renter before me with tail between legs. I do not give them two years before closing up shop (I'm wide). If you go, I wish you a better experience than me.
noname 1 months ago
This place has degraded a lot in the last few years. I went there after the Papa party, and on Sunday night. It was quite empty on both occasions. It's extremely expensive too: all drinks cost 10 euro each. However, since I like those kind of dirty places, I will go back and hope to find some more and sexier guys.
noname 1 months ago
This place is huge and... empty. I think there are about 300 lockers. I visited on Friday night, until 6 in the morning, and there were something like 30-40 people I went back on Monday afternoon, around 4 PM, and there were some more people, but still quite empty. The showers look dirty, but that's probably because of the dark colours. The nice thing is that 2 drinks are included in the price. The worst thing is the television room upstairs, with the ugliest brown leather sofas from your grandmother's attic. There are maybe ten of those, with several people sleeping on them, and others watching movies dubbed in French. Get rid of the sofas and the movies!
A message to everybody: stop using dating apps and go back to these saunas!
More reviewswrite a review MARC 1 months ago
a éviter absolument. Accueil exécrable et puant, clientèle quasi déserte. Non vraiment rien .
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3 star hotel, 34 rooms, 783 reviews, score 7.2
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4 Rue Des Innocents, Paris
4 star hotel, 189 rooms, 763 reviews, score 8.1
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7 Rue De La Cossonnerie, Paris
2 star hotel, 30 rooms, 638 reviews, score 7.2
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