From Tokyo to Berlin, we’ve gathered together a list of our most booked hotels over the last year. Some are gay hotels, others are gay-popular. Travel Gay is the world’s most visited gay travel website. We get over 50 million page views per year. You can guarantee that our most booked hotels reflect the tastes of gay travellers worldwide.
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Just around the corner from Shinjuku-Gyoenmae station, Hotel Shinjuku is smart and affordable. Tokyo’s best gay nightlife can be found in the Ni-chome district up the road. It’s also in the vicinity of one of Tokyo’s most popular gay saunas. The rooms are compact and well-appointed. This is a great base from which to explore Japan’s vast capital city.
Food is served throughout the day at the hotel’s steakhouse on the ground floor. It’s a 15-minute walk to Shinjuku.
Bangkok is a vast and loud city. This hotel is located on a quiet street. The Silom gay scene is right on your doorstep. You’ll have all the action in walking distance with the benefit of a peaceful night’s sleep. The staff are very gay-friendly. Trinity Silom has been a consistent favourite on Travel Gay for several years.
Breakfast is provided each morning and you’ll find a pool and gym in the adjacent building.
A gay men-only hotel on the Costa Del Sol in Spain, one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. It’s in the heart of Torremolinos and it has direct access to Bajondillo beach. There’s a spa, sauna, nudist area and rooftop bar. A party atmosphere prevails. This is a great choice for a gay party holiday in Spain.
The gay nightlife of Torremolinos is in easy walking distance.
Axel is Europe’s best-known brand of gay hotels and Axel Berlin has long been popular on Travel Gay. It’s located in Schoneberg, Berlin’s famous gay district. The KaDeWe shopping centre is easily accessible. Axel Berlin is a party hotel, but it’s also stylish and the rooms are very smart. The hotel’s bar is something of a meeting point for gay jet setters.
Berlin’s gay nightlife is legendary. If you’re looking to party then this is the city for you.
Located in the heart of Itaewon, Seoul’s best nightlife is right on your doorstep. The hotel has some lively artworks on the walls. Itaewon is the area most popular with tourists – you’ll see a lot of American soldiers around here when they aren’t busy at the demilitarized zone. It’s also full of gay bars and restaurants.
The rooms are compact but artfully designed to feel airy and spacious.
London is a vast and expensive city. It attracts over 30 million people annually. Choosing the right hotel can be tricky – where do you even begin? St Giles is the most popular London hotel on Travel Gay. It’s comfortable and affordable. The buzzing nightlife of Soho and shops of Oxford Street are right on your doorstep.
Staying in central London maximises your experiences of the city. Many of the major attractions are walkable. The transport links are also excellent.
Published: 23-Oct-2019 by Alex | Last Updated: 24-Jun-2020