Gay Rome / Roma
Welcome to the Nighttours guide to Gay Rome.
Rome is like one huge historical open air museum: the Colosseum (70-80) and the largest amphitheatre ever built in the Roman Empire, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Trajan's Column, the Catacombs of Rome, the Circus Maximus, the Baths of Caracalla, the Arch of Constantine, the Pyramid of Cestius, Vatican City, the Piazza Navona and the Spanish Stairs. The list of things to see is endless.
Most bars and clubs are scattered throughout the city. In summer the biggest weekly gay event is the Gay Village, where most of the gay boys and lesbian girls will party and enjoy shows.
We feature all gay bars, clubs and gay saunas in Rome. Gay life in Rome is not so easy to find and changes a lot.
Rome gay guide
The best time of the year to visit Rome is in the Authem or early / mid Spring. In summer it's (too)hot and all local gay guys will be on holiday themselves. About 40 minutes from Rome you can find a gay beach however, with lots of hot guys.
Rome gay map
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Reviews by visitors
Malcolm 3 months ago
Well, I went on a Sunday at 18h00 (6 pm), 20 euros from via veneto each way.Just what i expected with just one multi floor darkroom which was good....but nobody - or hardly - there. The one possible who jumped on me was in urgent need of a shower lol. The usual Italian camp of showing ID/passport and having all details pur online and 12 EUR. I wish they would realise it's 2014. In short, don't go unless yuo are desperate....I must have been. The little sweety at reception did call me a taxi when I asked...it's miles out of town. Oh well!!!!
Christopher 4 months ago
My partnew and I spent 5 days in rome at the beginning of febuary this year, we stayed at second floor upstairs and many hours at coming out thanks to Romano and Pasqual two of the staff we had and amazing.time. Also because of them we are returning.for pride in june for a week and half and.look forward to more great times. Thanks boys
Hanseat 4 months ago
A strange place: stone-clad, no Café or bar to spend some time out, unfriendly atmosphere. If you want to spend 20 Euros I strongly recommend skipping this place and go to a nice restaurant. I went Friday evening and it was one of the worst Sauna palces I have ever been to.
Lory23 5 months ago
Bellissimo I love and meet 2 bears in the club, they treat me well xx.♥
More reviewswrite a review Daddy lover 7 months ago
I read some.information.on internet saying that hangar is a place to meet old men..well that's not true! Either i went there on wrong day (thursday) or the.place is just like that..i don't have a clue..open so late (22.30)...when.i arrived...it was just about 6 people inside..then some guys started coming in..mostly men in 30ish and 40ish guys..mostly bald and creepy...they look like knowing each other..some stranger like cam.in too...but looked totally.miserable after a while...just.like.me..haha..dark.room.is really dark..saw nothing...scary...strange people...totally NOT for.me...what saves the.place is the owner at the door is some kind of a cute daddy!! But thats not gonna attract me next time anymorr..off my.list...sorry cute daddy!
Hotels in Rome
Visit our Rome hotel page for information on where to stay. You can also try our online Rome hotel map to see and book hotels near the gay venues. Please book via the links on this website thanks!where to stayhotel map Rome
Via Laurentina 554, Rome
4 star hotel, 164 rooms, 2003 reviews, score 7.5
Hotel American Palace Eur is a historic property, just 50 metres from the Laurentina Metro Station. Drinks are available in the green courtyard with fruit trees.
Via Massimo D'Azeglio 24, Rome
4 star hotel, 98 rooms, 1327 reviews, score 8.3
Augusta Lucilla Palace offers elegant and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi throughout.
Via Cola Di Rienzo 23, Rome
4 star hotel, 86 rooms, 1282 reviews, score 8.3
The Twentyone is a modern boutique hotel on Via Cola di Rienzo, one of Rome's best shopping streets. Castel Sant'Angelo and the historic centre are just a pleasant 10-minute walk away.
Via Giovanni Amendola 57, Rome
4 star hotel, 197 rooms, 1254 reviews, score 8.8
Located just 100 metres from Termini Train Station UNA Hotel Roma offers contemporary design and bright interiors, plus a private parking garage and air-conditioned rooms with wood floors.
Via Rasella 142, Rome
3 star hotel, 48 rooms, 995 reviews, score 7.8
Just a 5-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps, Hotel De Petris offers elegant rooms in the centre, and a spacious terrace with views of Rome’s sights.