Cafe Savoy, Gay bar Vienna
Cafe Savoy gay bar was probably the first gay bar in Vienna
Café Savoy is a national and international figurehead for the Viennese gay scene, built at the end of the 19th century, the first thing you notice when entering is the two huge mirrors, next to the Palace of Versailles, the largest one-piece mirrors in Europe. The ceiling and wall paintings are impressive. You can feel the old energies in every corner and the soft light turns everything into a golden glow. You have to stop off here even if it’s just for a coffee it’s well worth a visit when you in gay Vienna.
We have found hotels with good reviews that keep you close to all the action,
Stay close to “Vienna Row” or Wienzeile if you want to be close to all of Vienna’s best gay bars and clubs. Vienna has some of the most stunning hotels located in historic buildings.
The luxurious, renowned 5-star Hotel Imperial is set directly on the Ringstraße boulevard in the heart of Vienna and takes you back to the times of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Built in 1913, Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof is located in the center of the first district of Vienna, only a few steps from the Hofburg Imperial Palace. Spacious air-conditioned rooms.
Set in a charming building from 1912, Austria Trend Hotel Astoria Wien is located in the centre of Vienna, right on the famous Kärtnerstraße shopping street. Free WiFi is available.
The modern and elegant K+K Hotel Maria Theresia enjoys a central and quiet location right in Vienna’s artists’ quarter of Spittelberg and offers free WiFi, a wellness and a fitness area.