If you can, try and get a hotel as close to Chueca as possible, right near all of the gay bars and clubs. Madrid has some stunning designer hotels especially along Gran Via.
Madrid is considered to be an extremely LGBT-friendly city—in fact, it will be hosting WorldPride 2017. If you’re looking for hotels that specifically state they are LGBT-friendly, you’ll find that many are located in the neighborhood of Chueca, known as Madrid’s “gay” neighborhood. Here’s a list of some of the best.
Below you'll see a list of some of the Madrid gay accommodation in the Chueca area of Madrid. We are not responsible to any changes in price and recommend that you always contact the accommodation provider directly to get accurate and up to date quotes. The following price examples are intended as a rough guide.

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Puerta Del Sol Hostel

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28014,1 Plaza Puerta del Sol,Madrid

discover all the ingredients for a satisfying holiday: perfect location in the scene, hospitality and comfortable accommodation, enjoying a hotel service with a hostel price.
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Gay Hostal Puerta del Sol Madrid

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28014,1 Plaza Puerta del Sol,Madrid

Situated in the Puerta del Sol Square, this is the best place to enjoy the gay scene and the vibrant nightlife of the Spanish capital.
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Hostal Pizarro

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28004,11 Calle de Pizarro,Madrid

Hostal Pizarro is housed in a modernist building located in central Madrid’s Chueca district – famed throughout the world for its lively gay and lesbian nightlife.

Hostal La Zona

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28004,7 Calle de Valverde,Madrid

This gay-friendly accommodation is just a few metres from Chueca Square, and is located in the lively centre of Madrid. Hostal La Zona features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and private balconies.

7 Islas Hotel Madrid

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28004,12 Calle de Valverde,Madrid

Just off the upscale Gran Via shopping street in a central district of the city, this modest hotel is a 2-minute walk from Gran Vía metro station and a 15-minute walk from Royal Palace of Madrid. Basic rooms and...
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AC Hotel Aitana

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28046,152 Paseo de la Castellana,Madrid

Set in Madrid's financial district and a 4-minute walk from Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, this chic hotel is 0.5 km from the Palacio de Congresos convention center, and 5.4 km from the center of...
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AC Hotel Aravaca

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28023,3 Camino de la Zarzuela,Madrid

In a residential part of Madrid's Aravaca district, this modern hotel is 3.5 km from the Hipódromo de la Zarzuela (horse racecourse), 12 km from downtown Madrid, and 15 km from the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina...
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AC Hotel Carlton Madrid

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28045,12 Calle de Murcia,Madrid

A 4-minute walk from the Palos de la Frontera metro station, this modern hotel is also a 15-minute walk from Museo Nacional del Prado and 2.5 km from Palacio Real de Madrid. The contemporary rooms and suites...
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AC Hotel Los Vascos

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28040,2 Calle Pedro Justo Dorado Dellmans,Madrid

A 5-minute walk from the Guzmán el Bueno metro stop, this modern hotel is also 4.9 km from the Museo del Prado. The classy rooms and suites feature flat-screen TVs, 24-hour room service and Wi-Fi access (fee), as...
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AC Hotel Madrid Feria

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28033,11 Calle Vía de los Poblados,Madrid

Set 1.3 km from the Feria de Madrid convention center, this modern hotel is a 9-minute walk from San Lorenzo metro station and 11 km from Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (home of Real Madrid football team). The modern...
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AC Hotel Recoletos

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28001,18 Calle de Recoletos,Madrid

Set in a traditional townhouse, this upscale hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Retiro metro stop and a 14-minute walk from the Museo del Prado. The classy rooms and suites have modern decor, flat-screen TVs,...
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Apart-hotel Serrano Recoletos

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28001,2 Calle de Villanueva,Madrid

Set a minute's walk from Madrid-Recoletos train station, this upmarket apartment hotel is also 1.3 km from Museo del Prado. The modern studios and apartments offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and kitchenettes with...
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OIrealtor

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28023, C/Principat D'Andorra 63-65 Viladecans,Madrid

Various apartments and condos gay friendly
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A common type of guest accommodation in Spain is the so-called hostal which is not to be confused with the similar English word hostel. While a hostel usually has dormitory rooms with bunk beds, the Spanish hostal typically is a small basic hotel with double and single rooms, occupying one or two floors of a house.
Prices on this page indicate the approx. range throughout the year (per night and room for 1-2 people). During large events rates may be higher.

Spain is a very tolerant country and is generally gay-friendly throughout most of its major cities. This is especially true in Madrid, the vibrant capital bursting with energy and nightlife. Regardless of which property you choose to stay in, it’s best to find a location in the city center. The center of Madrid is extremely compact and choosing an optimum location allows you to walk to most sights of interest, including the gay bars and clubs in Chueca, the gay area of Madrid.

n Madrid the main gay area is called the Chueca. It is located in the old quarter of the city centre of Madrid. This gay area is very compact with narrow streets and low rise buildings. It is easy to get lost in Madrid, but a perfect opportunity to discover many of the gems Chueca and the other areas have to offer. Chueca has lots of gay bars, gay restaurants, shops and gay concept stores. Even the establishments that aren't gay often appear to be so. Restaurant reservations are rarely made before 22:00, bars start filling up around 01:00 and you rarely go out clubbing before the gay bars have closed at 03:00. Further gay clubs are open until very late and should you wish to continue the night into the late morning, there are several early morning clubs to choose from.
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