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The heart of gay London. Soho is home to many of London’s best gay bars and is close to the West End theatres, Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Chinatown and Trafalgar Square.
7.71 Very Good
based on 8166 reviews
Why this hotel? Budget choice. Stylish design. Central location. Free WiFi.
Hip, urban budget hotel in central London, about a 5-minute walk from Russell Square station. The Generator has single & double en suite rooms and dormitories. Excellent value for money, but book early if you want a private room.
There is an internet cafe with fast WiFi, a game room with pool tables, a cinema, live DJ and karaoke facilities.
The Generator Bar offers a great social space with special deals on meals & drinks, or you can head to the gay bars in Soho which are just 10 minutes away.
Why this hotel? Popular choice. Easy access to the gay scene. Free WiFi.
The modern Point A (formerly “Tune Hotel”) Kings Cross is located on Gray’s Inn Road, about 300 metres from Kings Cross St Pancras tube station.
This budget hotel offers 217 compact (10-11 m²) guest rooms. Each stylish room features air conditioning, LCD TV, free WiFi and power shower.
The gay scene in Soho is about 20-25 minutes away by bus or underground, although the ever-popular Central Station and The Underground gay cruise club are less than 15 minutes’ walk away.
Why this hotel? Excellent gym. Walk to the Soho gay nightlife. Very central.
One of the most popular London hotels on Travel Gay Europe. St Giles offers good value for money. It is close to Oxford Street shopping and a short walk from the gay bars and shops in Soho.
What makes St Giles stand out is the enormous onsite leisure club. This gym has been popular with gay Londoners for decades. Facilities include a 25-metre indoor heated pool, free weights room, cardio zone, sauna & steam room and badminton courts.
All en suite guest rooms have tea & coffee-making facilities, a digital safe and TV. WiFi is available for a fee. If you fancy affordable luxury, go for a more large executive room that is air-conditioned, has more luxurious toiletries and a great view of the London skyline.
7.21 Very Good
based on 8897 reviews
Why this hotel? Close to gay scene. Walk to Chariots and Pleasuredrome. Free WiFi.
Point A London (formerly “Tune Hotel”) offers a great night’s sleep at a really low price. Compact guest rooms feature high quality mattress, en suite bathroom with good pressure hot shower, and free WiFi.
Located on the south side of the River Thames near the London Eye and South Bank and is literally just a couple of steps from Lambeth North Tube Station (Bakerloo Line).
based on 1132 reviews
Why this hotel? Budget option. No curfew. Great location. Free WiFi.
Affordable budget choice in central London, surrounded by shops and restaurants and just 15 minutes by the underground to Soho gay scene.
Smart Hyde Park Inn offers free breakfast, free WiFi, 24-hour reception and no lockout or curfew. Luggage storage and laundry facilities available.
There is another branch, Smark Hyde Park View, within 100 metres, offering similar quality rooms and services.
7.36 Very Good
based on 755 reviews
Why this hotel? Urban chic. Convenient location. Budget choice. Free WiFi.
The unique, very modern boutique Stylotel is hidden away behind a 19th century Victoria façade in central London, featuring 40 en suite rooms, priced to attract budget travellers who like a bit of style.
Design features include aluminium wall coverings, upholstered headboards and illuminated glass furniture. The suites have their own kitchenettes. A full hot & cold buffet included with most rates.
Stylotel is 2 minutes’ walk from Paddington Station and 5 minutes from Hyde Park. A 10-minute bus or underground ride will get you to the Soho gay bars. Great value for money but often fully booked.
7.36 Very Good
based on 2016 reviews
Why this hotel? Great location. Halfway between Soho and Vauxhall. Free WiFi.
This budget option is located next to Victoria Station, one of London’s major underground and bus hubs, making it extremely easy to get around the city.
A variety of large and small comfortable modern rooms (singles to quads) are available, each of which has a newly refurbished bathroom, tea & coffee-making facilities.
Great for a short stay and perfect for a gay night out, as the hotel is halfway between the Soho and Vauxhall gay villages.
London’s second largest gay village is in Vauxhall. The area is home to gay bars, saunas, cruise bars and dance clubs all on the south side of River Thames between Vauxhall Bridge and Waterloo Bridge.
Many famous landmarks are nearby including The London Eye, Tate Modern, the Royal Festival Theatre along with many restaurants & cafés along The Queen’s Walk, a pedestrian route that runs alongside the river, known as South Bank.
based on 1277 reviews
Why this hotel? Near the Vauxhall gay nightlife. Excellent value. Free WiFi.
If you’re looking for a budget accommodation near the bars and clubs in Vauxhall, then the Holiday Inn Express is for you.
Guest rooms are relatively small, simply furnished and have private bathrooms. While there are many dining options nearby, the onsite restaurant serves affordable meals all day.
The Vauxhall nightlife is less than a 10-minute walk away, as is the Vauxhall Underground Station (Victoria Line).
Why this hotel? Excellent Value. Great location for Vauxhall gay scene. Free WiFi.
Located just a few minutes’ walk from Waterloo station with fast connections to Soho and Central London, this Days Hotel offers comfortable rooms with flat screen TV and coffee maker.
The hotel offers a substantial Continental or hot cooked breakfast (additional fee). The Vauxhall gay scene is about a 15-minute walk from way, or you can catch a bus.