Sunday May 29th. 2016
The main Gay Paris scene, is in Le Marais and is reached via the Hotel, Rambuteau & Chatelet metro stations. Le Marais is one of Paris’ main localities for art galleries. Following its rehabilitation, the Marais has become a fashionable district, home to many trendy restaurants, fashion houses, and hype galleries. The neighbourhood has experienced a growing gay presence since the 1980s. They are mainly concentrated in the southwestern portion of the Marais. Paris will host the Gay Games in 2018.
Gay Events in Paris 2016
|May 26th to 29th. 2016||Paris Fetish||Paris fetish gathering||Details|
|June 4th. 2016||We Party Bang Bang||Dance Party||Details|
|June 5th. 2016||Tomate!||After Hour Dance Party||Details|
|June 28th. 2016||Doctor Love||Dance Party||Details|
|July 2nd. 2016||Marche des Fiertés Paris||Paris Gay Pride||Details|
|July 15th to 17th. 2016||Paris Black Pride||1st Paris Black Pride||Details|
Recommended Gay Friendly Hotel
Very Gay Friendly Hotel
In the heart of Le Marais, this modern hotel is surrounded by two paved courtyards and has views of the roofs of Paris. Each air-conditioned and soundproofed room has free Wi-Fi, an iPod station, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. Guests can enjoy a wine or home-made cocktails at the hotel’s bar or on the terrace and courtyard with an outdoor fireplace.
Getting from Paris Airport to Le Marais
From Paris Charles de Gaulle airport, take the RER train to Chatelet (Approx. €10). Then, depending on where you’re staying, walk, take a taxi or the metro Line (direction Chateau de Vincennes) to Hotel de Ville, Saint-Paul or Bastille. A taxi would be your best bet though, at just a few euros to anywhere in Le Marais from Chatelet.
A taxi from the airport to Le Marais will cost you about €70.