Gay Hotels London
The most popular area to stay is Soho. Here you find Oxford street, which is the main shopping street, many restaurants, the West End theatre district and of course the gay bars and clubs on Old Compton street and surrounding areas. Gay hotels London: Find below most popular hotels for gay travellers to London.
Gay Hotels London. I can imagine you want to stay as gay as possible. For elegance and style, London’s wealthy Mayfair district provides 5* luxury gay friendly accommodation. Owned by the Grosvenor family since 1677, the area takes its name from the 15 day long May fair that takes place there once a year. The skyscraper hotels that dominate the area offer superb views over London and Hyde Park. If you prefer something a little more private, gay friendly apartments and guesthouses are dotted all over Soho and London to be rented around your itinerary. Gay hotels London is surprisingly something you will not find, if you are after a good price quality deal. Go for gay friendly hotels London. For the ultimate in budget accommodation, London boasts a range of youth hostels at extremely reasonable prices. Attracting travellers from around the world, London’s youth hostels are centrally located to London’s gay neighbourhood, Soho, and therefore offer a gay friendly atmosphere in which you can relax and enjoy the hustle and bustle of London life.
Hotels in the gay area of London
65 – 73 Shaftesbury Avenue
4 star hotel, 67 rooms, 688 reviews, score 7.5
4 star hotel, 239 rooms, 451 reviews, score 8.4
- Quiet and refined, yet directly next door to London Charing Cross mainline station. An ideal luxury gay friendly hotel in one of the most prestigious areas of London. Gay Nightlife is 15 min walk.
- Overlooking The Strand, Trafalgar Square, the famous National Gallery and close to the West End
1 Addington Street
4 star hotel, 398 rooms, 1177 reviews, score 8.7
The best choice for a gay friendly hotel in London: Park Plaza County Hall is an enthusiastically – if somewhat haphazardly – run new-build. Each room has its own kitchenette with microwave and sink, and room sizes aren’t bad across the price range (the floor-to-ceiling windows help them feel bigger). There’s a handsomely vertiginous atrium, enabling you to peer down into the central restaurant from the frustratingly infrequent glass lifts, and the ground-floor bar is buzzy with business types after work. The gargantuan Park Plaza Westminster Bridge (200 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7UT) has now opened nearby, at the southern end of Westminster Bridge. It’s London’s largest new-build hotel for four decades.
8 Northumberland Avenue
4 star hotel, 63 rooms, 697 reviews, score 8.2
Some short notes for this gay firendly hotel in central London.
The location. Smack dab in Trafalgar Square and right near tons of attractions! All gay bars and clubs of Soho are within a short walk. A short walk to Big Ben, The London Eye, Buckingham Palace (where I just came back from), The National Gallery is a two minute walk away. Everything else is reachable a bit longer walk or via the Tube which is itself just a block away.
2. The lobby. Very nice. It reminds me of what Americans think Europe should look like.
3. The rooms. The rooms are basic, not large but not tiny. They are neat, clean, offer free wired and wireless internet. Definitely enough space for two in these rooms (although I think there might be smaller rooms as well). As one person I was fine.
4. The price. Much less than nearby hotels.
Gay Hotels in London 2012
3 star hotel, 705 rooms, 8485 reviews, score 7.5
Located at the junction of Oxford Street and Tottenham Court Road, nearby many gay venues in the Heart of London’s West End, the St. Giles is within easy walking distance of the main shopping areas and theatres. The Hotel is convenient for the British Museum and many of London’s main attractions. With access to the YMCA Leisure Club underneath the hotel, featuring London’s biggest gym and 25 metre swimming pool (1 pound entry, going up to 3 pounds at end of 2005). Accommodation is in four interconnected towers of 6,7,9 and 12 floors respectively. Gay friendly and great location.
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