From: Thursday, March 28, 2024
To: Sunday, March 31, 2024
Rub’Zone & Rub Week Paris 2024
Rub Week Paris is a weekend of events wrapped tightly around the Rub’Zone super party featuring friendly meetings and more for rubber men and their friends.
- Visiting for Paris Rubber Week? Paris is very busy in June, so book your hotel early. Stay in Le Marais, close to all the popular gay bars and parties during the event. Stay at Maison Bréguet, a boutique hotel rated “Excellent” by guests, featuring spacious designer rooms, modern gym and steps from the main party.
- Events kick off daily with Rubber Fetish Shopping at IEM, Rob Paris and RB Originals.
- Enjoy a meet and greet at Le Cox from 6.30 pm.
- The Secteur Sex Party is on Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 9 pm to 4 am.
- The party continues with the Election of Mr Rubber France from 6.30 pm at Le Workshow
- Events continue at Le Workshow from 10 pm to 2 am with Fetish Clubbing.
- Experience the best of Paris with a tour of Le Marais from 11 am to 1 pm.
- Afternoon activities include “My Fetish Games”, a workshop at Work show, from 2pm to 6pm.
- The meet up is followed by My Fetish Cocktail at 6.30pm.
- Saturday Night sees the return of Rub’Zone, one of the biggest Rubber fetish parties in Europe at Les Caves.
The Rub’Zone Party
- Rub’Zone – 10pm to 6am – You may know Paris for its Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Elysées and its Sacre Coeur, but most don’t know that there is a secret and fantastic world deep within.
- Push the door… down the stairs… At the end of a maze of cellars, you will meet these fascinating, amazing RubberMen, exploring their RUB’ZONE together. Exclusively to men clad in latex.
- Les Caves Saint Sabin is 6 mins taxi from Le Marais or 15 min walk.
- The Moxy Paris Bastille is just 300m from the venue, a charming 3-star hotel with spacious rooms and gay-friendly staff.
- Enjoy an afternoon of Piss’In Rubber at Secteur X at 3pm, followed by a farewell drinks evening at Quetzal.
- Le Who’s – hip gay restaurant and bar in central Paris, famous for Sunday brunch.
- Workshop – Large gay-friendly cafe and bar with a busy street terrace.
- Les Caves – A performance and event space. From the 17th century, the Caves Saint-Sabin were originally the cellars of a stately home in Bastille. Exposed stones, nooks and niches decorated with rare and unusual objects, are a unique place for Parisian night owls. The venue is transformed to host the Fetish & Bondage Experience and the Paris Full Fetish main event.
- Secteur X – A 3-min walk from the Centre Georges Pompidou, once a quaint little gay dive bar, Secteur X has transformed into one of Paris’s most hard-core gay cruise clubs; a one-stop-shop for all.
- Quetzal – A must-visit bar of the Marais, filled with hot men, friendly staff and a great atmosphere.
Recommended Hotels in Paris
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Gay Map of Paris
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Video Guide to Gay Paris
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Top Gay Neighbourhoods in Paris
Paris, the City of Love, flaunts its vibrant gay scene with panache and elegance. Nestled amidst the historic boulevards and charming bistros, the gay bars, clubs, and cafes offer a blend of classic French culture and Romance, no more so than in Le Marais, the city’s primary gay neighbourhood, while the popular 10th and 11th arrondissements are just a 10 to 15 minute walk away.
Le Marais | 3rd and 4th arrondissements
- The epicentre of Parisian LGBTQ+ life, Le Marais is brimming with trendy boutiques, gay bars, and chic eateries.
- Rue de la Verrerie and Rue des Archives are known for their gay bars and shops.
- Le Marais houses the historic Place des Vosges, the oldest planned square in Paris.
- The neighbourhood is abuzz during the annual Paris Pride, the heart of the post-parade celebrations.
- Discover the best things to see and do in Le Marais
Less touristy than Le Marais, the 11th is known for its eclectic hipster mix of bars and music venues.
Emerging hotspot for the LGBTQ+ community with a more laid-back feel; home to the scenic Canal Saint-Martin.