near the Soho gay village, the West End and Theatreland
south of the River Thames from the Vauxhall gay village to the Tate Modern
great shopping areas - Knightsbridge, King's Road etc.
home of St Paul’s Cathedral, Tower of London, Tower Bridge
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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.
based on 3336 reviews
Why this hotel? WOW factor. 2 min. walk to Soho. Luxury choice.
The utterly cool W London has a stunning location in the very heart of London’s West End, just moments from The Yard, the VILLAGE Bar and other gay bars in Soho. Hooking up is much easier if you drop this hotel’s name into the conversation.
The funky, modern rooms have an innovative design that maximises the use of space and feature all the usual W amenities. We love the signature feather top mattress and cutting-edge technology.
Don’t forget to check out the hotel bars – great destinations of their own.
Why this hotel? New Hotel. Cutting-edge rooms. Great location. Free WiFi.
The stunning ME London is located within what was Marconi House, an iconic building from which the BBC made its first broadcast in 1922. A stunning glass and stone extension has been added and the building transformed into a cutting-edge luxury hotel.
ME Hotel’s individually styled guest rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces with views of the city. Every room features soundproofing, climate control, media hubs, Nespresso coffee machine, fabulous beds and large luxurious bathroom.
Nearby, there is a huge range of shops and restaurants in Covent Garden and some of the best theatres. You can walk to the Soho gay bars in 15 minutes, and even less to The SaunaBar and G-A-Y party @ Heaven. The Vauxhall gay village can be reached by taxi in about 15 minutes.
based on 2441 reviews
Why this hotel? Chic in Soho. Celeb hangout. In the gay village. Free WiFi.
It does not get much better than this in central London. This default hotel of choice for many A-List celebrities is located in a surprisingly quiet street in the middle of Soho. The main gay bars in Soho, The Village, Yard, Shadow Lounge are all just moments away.
The Soho boasts both style and substance with elegant rooms and suites, all with large bathrooms and super comfy beds. A well-equipped gym, chic cocktail bar, fabulous restaurant and impressive concierge make The Soho stand out from the pack.
Why this hotel? London glam. Classic boutique hotel. Top-rated.
Hotel glamour at its best. This landmark Regency building has been transformed into a stunning boutique hotel by the same team that developed The Soho Hotel.
Check into one of the individually-styled bedrooms and suites, sip a cocktail in the stylish bar and take dip in the fabulous 19-metre swimming pool.
The Haymarket is in the heart of the theatre district and just a few minutes’ walk from the Soho gay bars. Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden and the shops on Regent and Oxford Street are all within walking distance.
based on 1740 reviews
Why this hotel? Great location in Soho. Stunning rooms. Fabulous service. Free WiFi.
There is a good chance that even the most regular visitor to London will not have heard of Hazlitt’s. Comprised of interconnecting historic Georgian houses just off Soho Square, most of the hotel’s business is from personal recommendation.
Hazlitt’s philosophy is to offer exceptional hospitality and a friendly, efficient service. If you need a few strings pulled to book a table or ticket to a show, they will try their best to get what you want.
The stunning guest rooms are adorned with pictures and antiques, but are still air-conditioned and feature free WiFi and a LCD TV. Hazlitt’s is across the road from the stylish CIRCA Soho gay bar and not much further from all the other gay bars in Soho.
Why this hotel? Classic luxury. Fabulous location. Near Soho gay village. Free WiFi.
It is impossible not to be impressed by the fabulous Sofitel St James. This former bank building has English Heritage Grade II listed status and an enviable position on Pall Mall.
Walk north up Waterloo Place and in just a couple of minutes you will be in the Soho gay district. Walk south, across Pall Mall, and you will be looking towards Buckingham Place.
The combination of British design with the luxurious contemporary French styling works very well. We love the richly-decorated, sophisticated state-of-the-art guest rooms and suites. The hotel has a fabulous spa and gym, and there is free WiFi for all.
7.59 Very Good
based on 2849 reviews
Why this hotel? Next to Sweatbox Sauna. Great for shopping & gay scene.
This luxury London hotel is located within a building that used to be a court house, just a few minutes’ walk from the gay bars in Soho and steps from Sweatbox Sauna, one of the most popular gay saunas in London.
Shopping queens will love being close to the boutiques on Carnaby Street and nearby Regents and Oxford Street (two of the best shopping areas in London).
Fine dining, a fantastic bar, rooftop terrace, indoor swimming pool and well-equipped gym all add to the appeal. The ground floor bar is particularly interesting as it was the jail area. Today, you can sip a cocktail in your own private cell.
based on 2172 reviews
Why this hotel? Excellent value. Very close to Soho. Free WiFi.
Located on Shaftesbury Avenue, just a 2-minute walk from some of the best Soho gay bars like The Village, Rupert Street and The Yard, this value-for-money hotel is ideal for those who want a very central location.
Guest rooms come complete with all the essentials including satellite TV and free WiFi.
The hotel has its own restaurant and bar; however, there is an endless choice of cafés and restaurants just moments from the hotel.
Why this hotel? British Chic. Style and substance. Great Location. Free WiFi.
Just a 5-minute walk from the Soho gay village, the ultra-chic Covent Garden Hotel is surrounded by fine restaurants, boutiques and nightlife.
Guest rooms feature free WiFi, flat screen TV and fully stocked minibar. Many rooms have views over London’s rooftops.
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.
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Why this hotel? Iconic skyscraper. Amazing views. Fabulous rooms. Free WiFi.
The Shard, a stunning new addition to London’s skyline, is the tallest building in Europe. Inside, occupying the 34 to 52 floors, is the very first Shangri-La hotel in the UK. The views from the guest rooms of London and beyond (up to 40 miles) are breathtaking.
But it’s not just about the sights. Each climate-controlled guest room features the signature Shangri-La body contour-hugging bed, the latest in-room technology as well as an old-fashioned pair of binoculars. The bathrooms are equally impressive with large tubs, showers and Acqua di Parma toiletries.
The range of Asian-inspired dining options have already become destinations for Londoners in their own right. TING, the hotel’s signature restaurant offers modern European menu with subtle Asian influences. And don’t miss GŎNG, London’s highest champagne and cocktail bar.
Located on the south side of the Thames, almost on top of London Bridge train and tube stations.
Why this hotel? River views. Great location. Near Vauxhall bars & clubs. Free WiFi.
Located on the south bank of the River Thames, Plaza on the River is just moments from the bars, clubs and saunas in Vauxhall’s gay village.
There are 65 air-conditioned studios and one or two-bed suites, all of which have fully equipped kitchens and state-of-the-art room technology including free WiFi. Many of the suites have fabulous views across the River Thames to the House of Parliament, Big Ben and beyond.
Vauxhall Underground station (Victoria Line) is just 500 metres from the hotel, or you can catch one of the many buses that run along Albert Embankment.
The (mostly) upmarket West London district is occupied by some great hotels, best shopping areas (Knightsbridge, New Bond Street, King’s Road) and attractions. There are public transport links to Soho and Vauxhall gay districts.
Why this hotel? Utterly cool. Great for shopping & the scene. Free WiFi.
Much of Belgravia is still owned by the Duke of Westminster and remains the most fashionable residential district in central London and home to the super rich (both ‘old money’ and ‘new’)
The Hari (formerly “Belgraves A Thompson”) is very much a “new Britannia” hotel. The ‘totally cool’ guest rooms feature large comfortable beds, marble bathrooms with a walk-in shower with amenities by REN. The hotel has an excellent restaurant, bar and gym. Needless to say, the service is second to none.
Location-wise, Belgraves is halfway between Sloane Square and Knightbridge. So, if you are in town for some serious shopping, The Hari is hard to beat – halfway between Soho and Vauxhall gay villages, too!
The financial heart of London known locally as ‘The City’. East London has its fair share of tourist attractions (St Paul’s, Tower of London, Tower Bridge), a good selection of hotels and excellent transport connections. If you are in London on business, then it makes sense to stay in this area.
Why this hotel? Very trendy. Great gym. Good transport links. Free WiFi.
This stunning luxury hotel might be located in the heart of London’s financial district, but that does not stop it from attracting the trendsetting central crowd.
The building dates back to 1884, but inside it’s all 21st century. The chic guest rooms come with a complimentary soft drink minibar, tea & coffee making facilities and iPod dock. WiFi is available for free in the main lounge or for a fee in the room.
Location-wise, ANdAZ is located right next to Liverpool Street station with direct access to the Central, District and Circle underground lines, making it very easy to get around the city.
‘Must see’ attractions such as The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s, Tate Modern and Spitalfields Market are all within walking distance.
Why this hotel? New hotel. Stunning Coran-designed rooms. Fine dining. Free WiFi.
Independently owned luxury hotel, located just a few minutes’ walk from both Liverpool Street and Moorgate underground stations. South Place features stunning Coran-designed guest rooms that incorporate the best technology including a 40″ Bang & Olufsen TV, mood lighting, media hub and free WiFi.
This is the first hotel in London to be opened by internationally renowned restaurateurs D&D London. Executive Chef Tony Fleming oversees all the menus in both restaurants – worth a visit even if you don’t stay here. Guests have exclusive use of a well-equipped gym with TechnoGym equipment and cardio machines.
The closeness of two major underground stations makes getting around the city very easy. The Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Tate Modern and St Paul’s are all within walking distance.