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5 gay friendly hotels in Venice for a fabulous stay

With good reason, Venice is widely considered to be among the most romantic cities on the planet.

From gondola rides down impossibly narrow canals to the Bridge of Sighs and the stunning sprawl of the Grand Canal, this Italian city is sure to melt the heart of any visitor.

That’s why we chose Venice for our first-ever anniversary as a young gay couple (many many moons ago!). To this day, the city continues to captivate and charm us as nowhere else can.

Let’s be honest, it helps that Italian men are among some of the most gorgeous on the planet! Both Venice itself and surrounding cities like Padua and Verona boast numerous gay hotspots home to eager hotties with chiseled good looks and plenty of that legendary Italian charisma.

Although in many places overcrowded and overpriced, it remains possible to find awesome gay hotels in Venice. Whether you’re after a budget city center base for exploring this stunning city or seek something a little more luxurious, our guide to the five best gay-friendly hotels in Venice has got you covered!

So, without further ado, here are our five best gay hotels in Venice in what is surely one of the most romantic cities in the world.

5 gay friendly hotels in Venice for a fabulous stay

Gay Venice

Ah, Venice, the grand city of canals (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and romantic waterways. This floating city resides on the water in Italy and stretches across several small islands in the northeastern quadrant of the country. Compared to many other Italian cities, it is considered to be much more subdued in terms of noise and chaos, but Venice is still a city bustling with activity. Here is a place where the gay traveler should truly feel at home away from home.

Be prepared to get lost in this romantic city as you take a trip back into history. While in Venice, you’ll never run out of places to visit and things to do. The stunning architecture of Gothic and Renaissance basilicas and palazzos is truly a site to see, not to mention Venice’s famous artwork.

On a simple stroll down the avenues in Venice, you’ll find numerous art galleries filled with gorgeous artwork from across the centuries. In fact, there are so many art galleries that any traveler would be lost figuring out where to start. Art is far from the only attraction Venice has to offer, however, and any traveler would be amiss to pass up a night traveling along the hundreds of intricate canals that run through the city. This romantic destination is perfect for travelers of all types looking for inspiration and culture.

Gay Venice

Venice Gay Scene

Venice is a gay-friendly destination where LGBT travelers should have no worries feeling safe and comfortable. Venice doesn’t have many clearly defined gay areas or neighborhoods, as the gay scene is well integrated into the city. Head over to Padua or Padova for a night out at the clubs, to hop among the local bars or relax in the world-famous saunas.

Homosexuality is legal in ItalyArcigay, advertises and hosts gay-friendly events throughout the country, so travelers visiting Venice can plan their itineraries accordingly. However, Venice itself has much to offer for any visitor, putting this famous destination on the must-see list for globetrotters of all orientations.

There are a limited number of gay bars and establishments in Venice, but you’ll be able to find many bars, restaurants, and clubs that are gay friendly. The nearby city of Padua (or Padova) has more of a gay nightlife scene than in Venice. 

Gay-Friendly Activities & Attractions

Whether you’re looking for a cultural education, a trip through time or simply a relaxing vacation in a beautiful locale, Venice has you covered. While you are in Venice, consider taking a day trip to Lido, a nearby island. This island has been a retreat for poets and famous writers for centuries and is full of colorful history. Lido provides a much-needed break from the crowds of the city with serene beaches, open space, fresh air and relaxing scenery. Best of all, the small island boasts of a 12-kilometer long gay-friendly beach, considered one of the least crowded beaches in the Adriatic sea.

Snag this Vaporetto, or water bus, at the central train station for a journey down Venice’s Grand Canal. This is the ideal time to photograph the city’s canal-front Gothic, Renaissance and Moorish palaces, as well as establish your bearings among the three bridges crossing the waterway.

This famous Venetian destination was erected around 1000 A.D., making this a must-see for any history buff. The tomb was built to house the remains of Saint Mark, stolen back from Egypt inside a barrel of pork. Inside the Basilica is the magnificent Pala d’Oro, a golden altarpiece covered in priceless gems.

One of the most visited attractions in Venice, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection houses an impressive variety of artwork by prominent Italian and American artists. The museum is located right on the Grand Canal inside the Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, an 18th-century palace.

Gay-Friendly Dining

There are few destinations more prized for its cuisine than Italy, and any gay traveler will have no shortage of dining options in Venice.

This cozy tavern features over 200 wines by the glass and a selection of seasonal Venetian specialties. Vino Vino is a local gem that gets crowded on a daily basis, making it an excellent place to people-watch and get immersed in the local scene.

La Zucca sits right on a canal and features phenomenal vegetarian Venetian cuisine. Make a reservation before you go, as this tiny location gets packed most nights with locals and visitors alike enjoying the romantic view and amazing fresh meals. Local favorites include the vegetarian lasagna and pumpkin ginger soup.

Gay-Friendly Bars & Nightlife

While Venice has no official gay bars, LGBT travelers need not worry about visiting any of the local spots for a good time. The best of Venice nightlife is situated near the main university, and around the Campo Santo Margherita where many students and young adults spend late nights. The bars and restaurants around the plaza are generally open late and some of the most welcoming in Venice.


Venice is generally safe for tourists with low amounts of violence and small crimes in the main tourist areas. While Italy does not offer full LGBTQ equality for its citizens, Venice as a tourist destination is very welcoming and gay travelers should not expect much trouble. But like any other city, it’s important to stay alert and make the same smart decisions you would anywhere, while remaining aware of your surroundings. 

About Venice and its gay life

Venice, the lagoon city on the Adriatic Sea, is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world. The historic center of Venice is located on more than a hundred islands, between which pass the famous canals, a total of more than 170 channels with almost 400 bridges.

As a hub for trade between Europe, Asia and Africa, Venice had achieved considerable prosperity in the Middle Ages. The then Republic of Venice was a major economic and political power and the city was one of the first financial centers in European history.

Venice’s islands and palaces, canals and gondolas have inspired painters and musicians for centuries. Today, the city is also a popular setting for many film productions, from German television crime series to spectacular Hollywood movies.

Venice has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. One of its main attractions is the Grand Canal with its more than 200 noble palaces and the famous bridges, from the four-century-old Rialto Bridge to the modern Ponte della Costituzione designed by Santiago Calatrava. Other famous sights include the Doge’s Palace, St. Mark’s Basilica with its Campanile, and the Baroque church Santa Maria della Salute.

For art lovers, Venice offers the Biennale di Venezia as well as many small and large museums, including the Gallerie dell’Accademia with its important collection of Venetian paintings and the renowned Peggy Guggenheim Collection of modern art.

Venice, on the other hand, does not have a diverse LGBTQ scene. There are only a few gay places, most of which are located in the industrial area of Mestre on the mainland west of the lagoon. Larger venues, gay parties and Pride events can be found in Padua, 30 kilometers away from Venice. If you are traveling longer in the north of Italy, we recommend you take a look at our gay guides for Milan,Bologna andFlorence.

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4-star : Grand Canal view. Central location in San Marco Great value.

4-star : Walk to St Mark’s Square. Beautiful location Private pier.

4-star : Amazing interiors. Great location Well reviewed.

San Marco

San Marco district is located east of the Grand Canal from Railto Bridge to St. Mark’s Plaza. It is the heart of Venice and home to major sights including St Marco’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, along with numerous boutique shops and restaurants.

San Marco district is located east of the Grand Canal from Railto Bridge to St. Mark’s Plaza. It is the heart of Venice and home to major sights including St Marco’s Basilica, Doge’s Palace, along with numerous boutique shops and restaurants.

The great-value NH Collection Venezia has a fabulous location overlooking the Grand Canal, close to the Rialto Bridge and just 15 minutes’ walk from the famous St Mark’s Square and Doge’s Palace.

The Venetian-styled rooms & suites feature satellite TV, minibar, high-speed free WiFi, espresso coffee maker. Excellent buffet breakfast is served daily. The hotel has a café bar and a very nice outdoor terrace (open in the summer).

It’s very easy to reach this hotel using the airport water bus (Orange line). There is a stop just outside the hotel (S. Angelo).

Liassidi Wellness Suites is a upmarket 4-star hotel in the Castello district of Venice offering gay-friendly luxury.

The interiors here are stunning, with gorgeous coloured marble walls that emanate luxury.

Amenities include breakfast, an on-site bar, a sun-soaked garden and free WiFi.

The location is great, set in the Veneto Wine Region and surrounded by great restaurants and attractions.

Liassidi has received near-perfect reviews and recommendations and is one of our most popular stays in Venice.

The Splendid Starhotels Collezione enjoys a picture-perfect, canal-side location in central Venice, surrounded by boutique shops and cafes. From here, it’s less than 15 minutes’ walk to St Mark’s Square and less than 5 minutes to the famous Rialto Bridge.

All en suite guest rooms have satellite TV, minibar, free WiFi in many rooms. Some rooms offer views of the canal. This great-value designer hotel has its own pier and a gourmet restaurant serving traditional Venetian food.

The hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the airport water bus Orange line stop (Rialto).

Hotel Rialto’s wonderful location, right next to the famous Rialto Bridge and just 15-minute walk from St Mark’s Square, makes it a popular choice with gay travellers.

Stylish guest rooms & suites feature air conditioning, satellite TV, minibar and free WiFi. We particularly like the Rialto’s terrace which boasts excellent views of the bridge and the canal.

The Rialto Water Bus stop is in front of the hotel and provides easy connections to Santa Lucia train station and the Bus Station with connections to Venice Marco Polo Airport.

As central as it gets. The area around Hotel Bonvecchiati is filled with boutique shops, cafes and restaurants, set along narrow walkways on each side of a network of canals, and close to top tourist sights in Venice.

The hotel offers both classically styled and more modern rooms, all with air conditioning, luxurious bathrooms, free WiFi. The La Terrazza restaurant serves excellent Venetian and Italian food, with outdoor seating that overlooks Orseolo canal.

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Villa Gasparini

This stunning hotel is situated in a recently refurbished Venetian-style villa located in Dolo, about thirty minutes from the city center of Venice. 

With just fifteen rooms, this oasis of calm and luxury offers guests a place to unwind on the spectacular Brenta Riviera. It used to be the summer residence of an aristocratic family, so you will truly feel like a Queen here!

The fully renovated historic building has fifteen exquisitely styled rooms, decked out in six different themes that span classic Venetian to ethno-chic. The decor here revolves around the allure of the masculine/feminine duality and the juxtaposition of opposites.

With that said, perhaps you are wondering why we included a hotel that’s so far from the centre in our collection of Venice hotels? Well, that’s because this gorgeous place offers special packages to LGBTQ travellers, providing a uniquely romantic experience to gay guys and girls seeking privacy and discretion. Whether it’s an intimate jacuzzi for two with a romantic Dragonfly massage, a private in-room dinner with jacuzzi therapy or a private Gondola tour with candlelit dinner in Venice, we love how Villa Gasparini takes care of their LGBTQ guests!

What’s more, we found that this is the ideal base to be close to Venice whilst being able to visit the region’s best gay nightlife such as Anima and Hot Dog Club in Padua, and Lucla and Romeo’s Club in Verona. The dreamy romantic getaway? Tick! Or a base to explore Venice and search for Mr Right? Also tick!

Cà del Nobile

This reasonably priced B&B is right smack in the heart of Venice, just off Piazza San Marco. It’s located in an 18th-century building, with Baroque features and old walnut furniture making you feel oh so posh!

Cá del Nobile openly advertise that they are gay friendly and we love them for this. We found them to be extremely welcoming and respectful during our stay.

Although you’re unlikely to meet up with gay local guys in the centre of Venice, staying at such a conveniently located hotel is more suited for gay couples who want to see the greatest hits of the city before moving on to more fertile pastures such as Padua and Verona! On the other hand, you might strike it lucky and encounter some fellow gay travellers in one of Venice’s many beautiful bars and restaurants. After all, the beauty of travel lies in encountering the unknown!

For what would be classed as a budget hotel in Venice (such an expensive city!), Cá del Nobile is actually beautifully decorated and well ran. With rooms and a lobby area decked out in classic Venetian Baroque style, you can certainly live out your romantic dream here. The fact that the building is many hundreds of years old doesn’t hurt at all, with the exposed wooden beams throughout the space particularly enchanting.

The free buffet breakfast at Cá del Nobile is surprisingly good – at least by Italian standards, where often an espresso and a cigarette is considered a hearty start to the day. We filled up on plenty of local pastries, fruits and cereals as well as juices and coffee before heading off for a day of exploring this most magical of Italian cities.

Hotel Alle Guglie

This three-star hotel in the Cannareggio district of Venice is owned by a local gay couple and offers a stylish place to stay close to the Santa Lucia Railway station.

Highly recommended by the Purple Roofs directory of best LGBTQ-friendly hotels, Hotel Alle Guglie features rooms decked out in an elegant blend of classical Venetian and modern style, with charming views.

Gay couples staying at this hotel will feel sufficiently romantic in the sensuous rooms, which mirror the gorgeousness of the city outside. Indeed, after returning exhausted and weary from a long day’s sightseeing, who knows what could take place amid the ambient confines of a room in the Hotel Alle Guglie…

Hotel Alle Guglie is famed among guests for the quality of its coffee, which we loved to drink at all times of the day, just as the Italians do. In fact, there’s nothing that gets you ready for a day of romantic wandering around the streets, squares and canals of Venice like a strong shot or two of espresso in the morning. To tell the truth, on some mornings this was the only thing that could get us to leave the comfortable confines of our enormous double bed, which we found ourselves enjoying maybe a little too much at times!

The hotel is named after the nearby Ponte delle Guglie bridge and overlooks the Strada Nuova. It’s also close to the Casino di Cà Vendramin Calergi, the Jewish Ghetto and Palazzo Labia. 

Baglioni Hotel Luna

This high-end spa hotel is the ideal spot for gay couples in Venice who are seeking some serious opulence from their trip. Situated just off Piazza San Marco, Baglioni Hotel Luna is in prime position for romantic explorations of this stunning city.

Rooms at Baglioni Hotel Luna are enormous and decked out in classical Baroque style, which made us feel like queens in more ways than one!

With antique furniture, Murano glass chandeliers and marble bathrooms in every room, we really felt that we were staying somewhere special during our time at Baglioni Hotel Luna. 

Whilst Venice may not be the ideal playground for gay boys looking to meet Mr Right Now, the Caffé Baglioni, located inside the hotel, is a prime spot for eyeing up local talent with a touch of class. What’s more, a visit to the stunning Canova restaurant is also a must, not only for the delicious Venetian food but for the equally delicious Venetian waiters!

Another element of Baglioni Hotel Luna that we just couldn’t get enough of was the fact that this luxury hotel in Venice has its own private boat dock, making it easy to reach via gondolas and water taxis. Baglioni Hotel Luna is also close to the city’s best museums, palaces, galleries and high-end shops for those of us who just couldn’t imagine a visit to Italy without some designer indulgence. 

Hotel Monaco and Grand Canal

Another stunning luxury option in Venice is the Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal, which offers some of the finest views of any place to stay in the city.

Indeed, the stunning vistas from this hotel are so good that it has become a hotspot for marriages and, in particular, gay marriages. Can you imagine anything more romantic and OTT than getting married with views over Venice’s Grand Canal?!

Without a doubt, the views at Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal are what separates it from other luxury Venice hotels. It is possible to spend hour after hour gazing out across this stunning city from your room or the chic terrace café bar.  

The rooms at Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal are as opulent as they come, with antique furniture, original frescoes, chandeliers and more, letting you know that this is a special place indeed. Views from these gorgeous Baroque rooms across the Grand Canal are among the best in Venice and make for an incredibly romantic night in.

Located near to both the Piazza San Marco and the Rialto Bridge, Hotel Monaco & Grand Canal is ideally situated for those of us who just want to wander and get lost around Venice’s historical heart.

Gay Bars in Venice, Italy (2021)

When we first visited, we were very excited to find a gay bar in Venice and spent a lot of time researching and googling ‘gay bars Venice, Italy’.

For such a popular and trendy destination, we were surprised to find a serious lack of gay bars or gay clubs in Venice at all.

In fact, we found that the nightlife scene here is very relaxed, easy going and involves having many Aperols (which we love).

With that in mind, it’s not so surprising that there isn’t really any gay nightlife in Venice…. is there..

So where is the nearest gay club or gay bar in Venice?

Venice is an incredible destination and it felt very gay friendly. That might be one of the reasons for there being no gay bars – everyone is welcome everywhere.

This was definitely the case for us and we felt very much at ease to have a romantic weekend exploring Venice hand in hand.

However, if you are still looking for a gay bar or gay club in Venice, the nearest options can be found on the mainland.

Vom Profifotograf lernen und Venedig entdecken – Fotobootcamp

Was schlechten Aufnahmen fehlt, ist meist das ungenutze kreative Potential der Macher. Und eine unbeantwortete Frage…Zwar vermittelt Michael Dieringer im ersten Foto-Bootcamp Venezia auch technisches Hintergrundwissen, doch der Schwerpunkt seines „Foto-Bootcamps“ liegt neben dem kreativen Umgang mit der Kamera, vor allem im Bereich Bildkomposition: Bewusstes Sehen, Motivsuche und Wahl des richtigen Ausschnitts sind der Schlüssel zu einem gelungenen Bild.

Wichtigster Bestandteil des Kurses ist deshalb die Bildanalyse, das Erkennen von Stärken und Schwächen eines Motivs. Design-Grundlagen, Farbenlehre, Perspektive und selbst Grundlagen aus der Psychologie, sowie Grafische und fotografische Elemente, Komposition mit Licht und Farbe fliessen fast beiläufig und spielerisch in den Workshop ein und begleiten die Kursteilnehmer auf dem Weg zum guten Foto.Michael Dieringer ist hauptberuflich Creativ-Director einer Frankfurter Werbeagentur und arbeitet gelegentlich als Profi-Fotograf. „Ich möchte mir die Fotografie als das bewahren, was sie für mich ist: kreativ kraftvolles Schaffen. Voll Spannung und immer neuen, ungeahnten Möglichkeiten. Ich möchte mir die Freiheit und Unabhängigkeit im kreativen Prozess bewahren. MEIN KNIPSEN ist mir heilig. Deshalb fotografiere ich nur für Geld, wenn ich im Job meinem kreativen Trieb auch Folgen kann.

Meine größte Befriedigung ziehe ich aus den Momenten, in denen ich mit anderen Menschen zusammen etwas neues schaffe. Ich möchte Ihnen die Scheu vorm Auslösen nehmen und Ihnen vermitteln und beweisen, dass auch Sie in der Lage sind, einfach gute Fotos zu machen. Denn Kreativität ist leicht erlernbar.“Hinter jedem guten Bild steht eine Intention, die Beantwortung einer Frage: was will man mit dem Foto erreichen.

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Route der Gaycruise Rom-Venedig

Nach dem Start in Rom (Citavecchia) geht es am ersten Tag nach weiteren Zwischenstopps am zweiten und dritten Tag sind Sizilien (Catania) und Malta (Valetta).

Von Malta legst du dann eine etwas längere Strecke bis zu den Kykladen zurü Seetag am 12.8. ist eine hervorragende Gelegenheit, das Schiff zu erkunden, neue Freundschaften zu schließen oder den legendären Atlantis T-Dance zu genießen.

In Griechenland angekommen, macht das Schiff einen Overnight-Stopp in Mykonos.Früh um 8 Uhr kommst du am 13.8. dort an, erst um 10 Uhr am 14.8. geht es weiter nach hast also genügend Zeit, das Nachtleben von Mykonos zu diese Jahreszeit ist Hauptsaison und die schwulen Clubs und Bars sind voll und warten auf dich!

Auch am Rückweg gibt es noch einmal einen letzte Stopp findet dann in Kroatien (Zadar) statt, bevor du am 17.8.2020 in Venedig das Schiff verlässt.

Preise der Rom-Mykonos-Venedig Gay Cruise

10 Tage auf einem luxuriösen Schiff – es ist klar, dass diese Kreuzfahrt nichts für Schnäppchenjäger ist, sondern Schwule anspricht, die sich bewusst im Urlaub etwas mehr gönnen möchten.

Balkonkabinen und Suites sind schon ausverkauft.Innenkabinen liegen bei Doppelbelegung zwischen 1.899 US-Dollar und 1.999 US-Dollar.Außenkabinen bekommst du für 2.099 US-Dollar bis 2.299 kommen 155 US-Dollar pro Person für Trinkgelder und 410 US-Dollar für Hafengebühren.

Wenn du alleine reist, kannst du entweder den Kabinenpreis und die Trinkgelder doppelt zahlen, um eine Kabine für dich zu du wählst eine der Klassen, in der du eine halbe Kabine buchen bekommst du einen Kabinenpartner zugewiesen.Für diese Kreuzfahrt sind das die Innenkabinen für 1.999 US-Dollar und die Außenkabinen für 2.139 US-Dollar.

Buchung der Celebrity Gay Cruise

Buchen kannst du die Kreuzfahrt direkt über Gaytrotter.

Ich kümmere mich um die bestmögliche Kabine für dich und regele alles mit dem amerikanischen allen Fragen kannst du dich an mich als deutschsprachigen Ansprechpartner wenden.

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Gay night tour of Venice

Venice is particularly romantic in the evening. This is the best time to grab your lover and together get lost in the magical atmosphere of this magnificent city! Cheesiness aside, we also recommend booking a handsome local to guide you the way, pointing out the main sites and then having a few drinks together at one of Venice’s gay bars.


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Trash and Chic, Venice

This is not a gay bar per se, but an LGBT night called Trash and Chic which started in 2006 and became the gay place in Venice to party.

It is held at a few different venues including places around Mestre (nearest mainland to the historic town) and sometimes the surrounding cities including Padua.

We suggest checking their Facebook page for the location of their next party.

They have themed evenings with a lot of animation on stage, drag queens, professional dancers and music from pop to reggaeton and house.

Trash and Chic is on 2 or 3 times per month. Check their Facebook page for upcoming events.

Juice Berry, (Gay Cruising Club)

If you want to check out this gay cruising club in Venice make sure you have some ID.

All cruising clubs in Venice require an ARCO card which you can usually buy at the entrance for as little as €5 but you need photo ID to do so.

They have various themed nights here with entrance fees from €10. Some nights even include a buffet and a show.

When it comes to gay bars in Venice, there is clearly not much on offer. However, in our opinion, this is not a destination to come and party, it’s a destination for romance and to get lost in the maze of streets and bridges in the historic town.

If you are just looking for a casual drink in a gay friendly environment, just pick any bar and enjoy watching the world go by.

Make sure you head over to our guide for 2 days in Venice to plan your visit.

Impressionen Teneriffa – Gay Tenerife

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