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.
Why this hotel? Excellent value. In the Soho gay village. Best seller. Free WiFi.
The Z Hotel is the result of a clever conversion of 12 Georgian townhouses into an 85-room designer hotel in the heart of the Soho gay village, just moments from some of the best gay bars such as VILLAGE Soho and The Yard.
The hotel offers incredible value for money. Modern, stylish rooms, ranging from 8-9 m² Singles to 14 m² Doubles, are a true master class in space utilisation. Features include a custom-built bed, en suite ‘wet’ bathroom, a 40″ HD TV, Sky TV and free WiFi.
A great choice for those who care for a friendly welcome, decent shower, comfortable bed and a socket for your charger! Often full, so book early, particularly for weekend stays.
Best seller on Travel Gay Europe.
Why this hotel? Walk to Soho. Great facilities. Value for money. Free WiFi.
The Strand Palace has some of the best art deco architecture in London and is also now one of the best 4-star hotels in Central London after a massive refurbishment.
The location is excellent for sightseeing, and you can walk through Covent Garden to the Soho gay village in about 10 minutes. The ever popular Half Way To Heaven gay bar and late-night club G.A.Y at Heaven are even closer.
Each en-suite guest room has a flat screen satellite TV, free WiFi, in-room safe, free bottled water and tea & coffee making facilities The large Executive rooms have larger beds and iPod docks. Guests have access to a private à la carte breakfast room.
8.84 Very Good
based on 1203 reviews
Why this hotel? 3 minutes' walk to Soho. Excellent value. Free WiFi.
every hotel Piccadilly is one of the best value-for-money 4-star hotels in the Soho-Piccadilly Circus-Leicester Square triangle. Modern guest rooms feature comfortable king-sized beds, flat screen TV’s, free WiFi and good-sized bathrooms.
The location is as central as it gets – just moments from gay bars in Soho, Chinatown, the West End’s famous cinemas and theatres, and a range of restaurants and cafés. Piccadilly Tube station is only 2 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 is a good value-for-money, centrally located hotel, just a few steps from Oxford Street and a short walk from the gay bars and shops in Soho.
What makes St Giles really 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 spacious executive room that is air-conditioned, has more luxurious toiletries and a great view of the London skyline.
Why this hotel? Walk to gay bars. New hotel. Very convenient. Free WiFi.
Fabulous new hotel in the Soho gay village, close to many gay bars, theatres and Oxford Street shopping. The Nadler Soho offers tastefully designed rooms, each with a small kitchenette, desk, LED TV, laptop safe and free WiFi.
The nearby Tottenham Court Tube Station provides easy connections to other parts of London. A wide range restaurant and bar options are within 5 minutes’ walk away.
Prices are competitive and definitely worth a consideration.
based on 3415 reviews
Why this hotel? Excellent location. Walk to Soho gay bars. Stylish modern rooms. Free WiFi.
The beautiful Amba Hotel has a fabulous central location. The hotel is a few steps from Trafalgar Square, the boutique shops in Covent Garden and 10 minutes’ walk to gay bars in Soho. It’s literally a two-minutes from the popular gay nightclub, G-A-Y @ Heaven and Halfway To Heaven gay bar.
Stylish guest rooms feature the latest technology, a Nespresso machine, minibar and in-room tablet. The hotels all-day restaurant & bar has great views of The Strand.
8.4 Very Good
based on 9576 reviews
Why this hotel? Central location. Close to gay nightlife. Great value. Free WiFi.
Housed in a Victorian building, this excellent 4-star hotel in West End London is just a short walk from the National Gallery, Theatreland and popular shops. G-A-Y @ Heaven is also close by.
Despite the classic appearance, guest rooms are contemporary in style, each featuring a high ceiling, flat screen satellite TV, iPod dock and work desk. Free bottled water provided.
We like the hotel’s gym which is open 24 hours. Room service available around the clock. There’s an restaurant and free WiFi is available throughout. Great value for money.
8.8 Very Good
based on 942 reviews
Why this hotel? New. Great location Designer rooms. Budget prices. Free WiFi.
Like The Z Soho, The Z Piccadilly has a great central location. It features very comfortable beds in small designer rooms, packed with everything you need but with a price that leaves money to spend on a night out.
Each of the cleverly designed (10-14 m²) air-conditioned guest rooms feature an en suite wet room, 48″ HD TV with a full Sky TV package and free WiFi.
The hotel’s location, halfway between Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square, is perfect for Central London’s extensive gay nightlife, shops, museums and historical sights.
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.
8.88 Very Good
based on 32388 reviews
Why this hotel? Great location. Stylish design. Excellent facilities. Free WiFi.
Until a few years ago, the roundabout by Westminster Bridge was dominated by the concrete eyesore of a 1960’s disused office block. Thankfully, that building has been demolished and replaced by a fabulous new hotel.
The contemporary-styled rooms feature an LCD TV, free WiFi, laptop-sized safe and a very comfortable bed. Some rooms have stunning views of Big Ben. The hotel has a pool, a well-equipped gym & sauna – although Chariots Waterloo gay sauna is almost next door, and Pleasuredrome is just a few minutes’ walk away.
Both Soho and Vauxhall gay villages can be easily reached by public transport.
8.22 Very Good
based on 12069 reviews
Why this hotel? Fabulous river views. Stylish rooms. Walk to the Vauxhall gay clubs & bars. Free WiFi.
If you are in London to party the night away at one of the gay club nights in Vauxhall, then the Park Plaza Riverbank is for you. This excellent hotel is just a few minutes’ walk to venues like FiRE and Chariots Vauxhall sauna.
Many guest rooms have stunning views over the Thames River. Facilities include a restaurant and gym, so why not make a weekend of it! Vauxhall underground station is 500 metres away, or you can catch one of the many buses that run along Albert Embankment.
The 5-star Plaza on the River hotel shares the same building.
Why this hotel? Excellent value. Near Vauxhall gay village. Free WiFi.
Major sights such as the House of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye are all nearby. The nearest tube station is Waterloo (a 10-minute walk), or you can catch a bus from outside the hotel to Piccadilly or Oxford Street.
Modern guest feature comfortable queen-sized beds, LCD TV’s, etc.
based on 4078 reviews
Why this hotel? Affordable luxury. Close to Vauxhall gay scene. Free WiFi.
The citizenM hotel has a great location close to the Tate Modern and the Millennium Bridge. The compact guest rooms are utterly modern and exceptionally well-designed. Each room has a huge king-sized bed, free WiFi, free movies on demand, LCD TV, fridge and climate control.
Rain shower is enclosed within a frosted pod like structure and we love the ambient room lighting and electronic blinds. The hotel’s “canteenM” is open 24 hours, serving good food at decent prices.
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.
8.08 Very Good
based on 1229 reviews
Why this hotel? Value for money. Near Vauxhall clubs. Free WiFi.
The Z Victoria offers affordable, stylish, well-equipped rooms in great location. Rooms are compact (only 9-14 m²) and 60% don’t have a window, but that’s besides the point.
The Z Hotel guests party, explore or even work, then they come back to sleep in a perfect little en suite bedroom with free WiFi, 40″ LED TV with Sky channels and power shower.
The bars and clubs in Vauxhall are just 10 minutes by bus, and you can afford to stay an extra night to recover! Soho gay scene can be reached in 20 minutes by bus or Underground.
8.11 Very Good
based on 3699 reviews
Why this hotel? Near Vauxhall gay village. Large apartments. Great gym.
Dolphin House offers a choice of modern serviced apartments and guest rooms. Each unit has a king-sized bed, electronic safe and LCD TV. The kitchens are equipped with a microwave, fridge, toaster and kettle. Most rooms have a washing machine and oven.
Dolphin’s Fitness Club features a indoor heated pool, squash courts, a sauna and a fully equipped gym, along with a luxurious Moroccan-themed spa. The ground floor Bar & Grill serves delicious breakfast, lunch & dinner.
A great choice if you plan to be out late in Vauxhall, as all the gay bars, cruise clubs and nightclubs are within easy walking distance. There are good public links to Soho and the rest of London.
8.01 Very Good
based on 17595 reviews
Why this hotel? Spacious rooms. Good value. Close to the Tube.
Great value, spacious and comfortable rooms. The Millennium Gloucester also has a great location – almost next door to the Gloucester Road station (Piccadilly, Circle and District Lines).
The gay scene in Soho or Vauxhall can be reached in about 15 minutes.
The hotel boasts its own casino, restaurant serving oriental-themed cuisine and fitness centre. There is a great selection of restaurants and cafés just around the corner, too.
8.9 Very Good
based on 3849 reviews
Why this hotel? Excellent location. Free minibar and WiFi. Free WiFi.
Stylish boutique hotel near Paddington Station, and so is an easy commute to and from Heathrow airport. Easy access to the Bakerloo and Circle lkines means Hotel Indigo is also great for sightseeing and gay scene.
The Soho gay district can be reached within 15 minutes. But if you fancy a quick sweat or massage, Saunabar Portsea is just a short walk away.
Each individually styled guest room features an oversized bed with plush bedding, luxury bathroom, free WiFi, flat screen TV, free soft drinks and tea & coffee-making facilities. The Indigo has a gym and a brasserie that serves great breakfast.
based on 5217 reviews
Why this hotel? Excellent value. Near the Tube. Great in-room facilities. Free WiFi.
The concept The Nadler in Kensington is simple. High quality, affordable accommodation within a ‘limited service’ hotel environment.
This means you get a modern air-conditioned room with a comfortable bed, free WiFi, mini-kitchen (microwave, fridge,sink), 20″ HDTV, games and a 6000-track music library, free tea & coffee, an oversized shower and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries.
What you don’t get is a hotel restaurant or room service (although there is a huge choice of restaurants and cafés nearby). The Nadler is just a few minutes’ walk from Earls Court and Gloucester Road underground stations. Excellent value for money.
based on 1154 reviews
Why this hotel? Popular choice. Great value. Apartment-style rooms.
One of the best sellers on Travel Gay Europe. The Hyde Park Executive aparthotel offers spacious studio apartments, complete with a kitchenette and flat screen TV.
Onsite, there are laundry facilities, luggage storage service and CCTV cameras for added security. In-room internet is available for a charge, but wireless internet access is free at the reception.
The hotel is located right next to Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens. The nearby Bayswater and Queensway tube stations provide fast access to other parts of London.
Why this hotel? Value for money. Stylish rooms. Excellent transport links Free WiFi.
The London Court hotel offers 22 affordable, stylish guest rooms, just a 2-minute walk from Earls Court tube station. Earl’s Court tube station is on the Piccadilly, Circle and District Line which means is really easy to get almost anywhere in London, including the gay nightlife in Soho.
All guest rooms are en suite and feature high quality mattresses, Grohe shower heads, 32″ flat screen TV’s, iPod docks, free WiFi. The area around the hotel also has a good selection of restaurants and cafés.
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? Stylish design. Outstanding service. Near Tube stations. Free WiFi.
The top-rated, stylish Apex London Wall is located in the heart ‘The City’ business district and close to three Tube stations. You can be in Soho or West End within about 15 minutes.
This boutique hotel offers uniquely designed rooms with a balcony, 40″ flat screen TV (with Sky channels), free WiFi and free tea & coffee makers. The bathrooms have walk-in showers and luxury Elemis toiletries.
Convenient location and good value for money.
Why this hotel? Excellent value. Near the tube and East Bloc. Free WiFi.
If you start at the top of our London hotel recommendations page, then you will know we are big fans of The Z Hotel – small, stylish rooms, tiny prices (by London standards) in great locations.
The Z Hotel Shoreditch features small, air-conditioned room features a comfy custom-made bed, en suite wet room, 48” TV Sky channels and free WiFi.
Old Street tube station is just around the corner. For a late night out, the famous East Bloc is almost on the doorstep.
Why this hotel? Urban chic. Close to the tube. Popular choice. Free WiFi.
The Hoxton ticks a lot of our boxes. This great-value urban hotel has stylish air-conditioned rooms that feature flat screen TV’s luxurious linens and free WiFi. The bathrooms have rain showers and fluffy towels.
Located just a short walk from Old Street tube station from which you can easily explore the city. Some of the best (and cheap) Vietnamese restaurants in the country (Shoreditch High Street) is just around the corner.
Why this hotel? Very trendy. Fabulous vintage-modern rooms. Great service.
Ten years ago, Clarkenwell district was home to the legendary gay nightclub TRADE at Turnmills. The club is gone and the area has become one of the trendiest in London. The redevelopment of Zetter, the UK’s biggest football-betting company head office, into The Zetter hotel was part of that transformation.
This excellent boutique hotel (voted one of the world’s 50 Coolest Hotels by Condé Nast Traveller) has 59 individually designed guest rooms (quirky, vintage-modern) with state-of-the-art technology.
Ten to fifteen minutes by taxi to Soho gay scene and the West End – a bit longer if you take the bus.