Lisbon Gay Guide
Rua da Alegria, Nº 53, Lisbon
4 star hotel, 18 rooms, 193 reviews, score 7.9
Located in historic central Lisbon, this boutique hotel features an on-site library and a breakfast offering eggs, fresh juices and cake.
Lisbon is a very popular gay holiday destination and a fun city break. It has some beautiful (gay) beaches with cruising going on in the dunes. In the Bairro Alto area are many nice little restaurants, shops and bars and clubs.
The gay neighbourhoods of Lisbon are Bairro Alto and west of it, Principe Real. Here you can find many nice bars, clubs and restaurants.
As night life starts late, first enjoy delicious food and wine in one of the traditional restaurants in Bairro Alto. Then move to one of the cafés or bars for a drink and meet new friends. After midnight clubs start to live up and the night crowd find its way to the clubs and bars.
Lisbon has grown famous for its night life. It has that well-siesta-ed Mediterranean vibrancy, where things are only just getting started at am, and the bars stay open for, well, nigh-on forever.
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Dean St. Patrick 3 months ago
This place would not be so bad... if it was not crowded with soon-to-be-dead people. They look decaying, they talk loud, they touch you without asking, they smell bad, and they act rude. Damn I hate them old fellows! Just because you are at the verge of death, you should not act as if you owned the place!
It’s a good thing that pretty soon nature will see that we all get rid of you!
Amen to that!
Russel 3 months ago
Staff is very unfriendly, almost homophobic. Quite stupid to put people like that in a gay indented place.
Brett 3 months ago
The sauna itself is not bad, even if it has very few things to offer. But, man, if those Turkish noses are difficult to deal with, the Portuguese mixed must be the ugliest race ever!
But if you take them from the back, they are actually quite fuckable, and at this place they will take your dick for a very measly price.
Still, best to go somewhere with more tourists!
Oxold 6 months ago
Bear Bar, good people, nice place.. now Lisbon bear pride is coming...
More reviewswrite a review Pierog 7 months ago
The place is large but well run and fairly clean. All ages and types, the clientele are a bit chilly but not rude. Afternoons during the week are good times and Sundays are usually very busy. A good recommendation for the adventurous.
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Rua Tomás Ribeiro,47, Lisbon
3 star hotel, 60 rooms, 1825 reviews, score 8.2
Housed in a restored historic building, the America Diamond’s Hotel features a top-floor dining room with panoramic views.
Rua da Oliveira ao Carmo 1-3, Lisbon
4 star hotel, 45 rooms, 1649 reviews, score 9.1
In the heart of the city, Lisboa Carmo Hotel features luxury rooms with classic and contemporary décor. The upper floors of the hotel offer views of the Tagus River and Lisbon's historic quarter.
Rua Jardim Do Regedor 27-35, Lisbon
3 star hotel, 71 rooms, 1475 reviews, score 8.1
Providing ultra modern rooms with total-white designer furnishings, Gat Rossio is centrally on a quiet street behind Restauradores Square and metro stop.
Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, 8, Lisbon
4 star hotel, 287 rooms, 1400 reviews, score 8.8
Centrally located, the SANA Lisboa Hotel offers modern, air-conditioned rooms with TVs, 1200 ft from the famous Marques de Pombal Square.
Rua da Mãe de Água, 16-20, Lisbon
3 star hotel, 30 rooms, 597 reviews, score 8.2
Hotel Botânico is situated in between Avenida da Liberdade and the university’s Botanical Gardens, just a 5-minute walk from the Avenida Metro Station.