Milan as a gay and fashion destination is bound to have gay-only hotels. If you're not interested in a gay-only hotel, there are tons of gay-friendly hotels for you to book. In fact, most hotels in Milan are inclusive to everyone. Check out our hotel list for some of our favourite gay-friendly hotels in Milan!
Milan is a gay-centric city, with plenty of bars and clubs to visit to satisfy your cravings. LeccoMilano is a popular gay bar in Milan with an international crowd mixed with different kinds of people. There are regular events with art exhibitions, karaoke, live performances, and more. MONO Bar is a gay bar with a retro vibe in a laid back atmosphere. There's a live DJ, delicious appetizers, and great cocktails for the perfect night out. The bar also attracts a mix of international and local individuals. Chiringay by Tropical Island is open from April to September in the park Giardini Indro Montanelli where guys to go drink, eat, and check out other guys. Club 23 is a small gay lounge bar with go-go dancers, drag shows, models, and a younger crowd. GATE Party is a monthly gay dance party usually at TRACK Milano with international guest DJ's, hot dancers, light shows, and full productions. La Boum is a popular Friday night gay dance party in Milan. DOM Party @ Q21 is a large monthly fetish/leather dance party similar to TRACK Milano. Depot Milano is a gay fetish and cruise club for those looking for a little something extra at the end of their night. Bangalov is a cruise bar that's more heavy duty for guys that like to play harder. Besides gay bars and clubs, there are plenty of other things to do that aren't as gay-specific, especially for couples. The Milan Cathedral is a monumental building famous for its architecture in the center of MIlan. The Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church with charm and grace and home to one of the greatest artistic masterpieces in the world - The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Grand Gallery is a shopping mall that looks like an opera house or palace. The building is incredibly opulent and extravagant, it's a wonder to visit the building itself, you don't even have to shop there. Castello Sforzesco is a 15th century castle that demonstrates elegance and power in a central location in Milan. Pinacoteca de Brera is a fine art gallery with a large collection of Italian art, serving as a convent and national library before becoming a museum. Sant Ambrogio is an ancient building with a simple Romanesque design, filled with beautiful mosaics and artwork.
Be sure to book your hotel today to explore and enjoy Milan for all it's worth.