Get planning your next city break with these six unique hotels.
What’s better than a weekend city break away to somewhere new. Work a half day on Friday and you can be checking into your hotel by dinner time. Here we have six individual hotels each with their own signature style.
London, Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Budapest. Five impressive capital cities, perfect for a weekend away, with plenty of gay nightlife, culture, and history.
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What theonepablohernandez and jdiamondisme thought:
We felt welcomed from beginning to end. The room was very comfy, the bed was large, the toilet was spacious, the shower was just as spacious. We loved that the walls lit up (literally). Our balcony overlooking the rooftops and the Parisian sky was definitely a traditional touch of Paris.
Breakfast in bed was such a nice touch and made it even more difficult for me to want to leave the room. The bar area was adorable. So chic and modern; yet quaint. The living green wall was beautiful.
The elevator opens up to your room alone, no neighbors to bug you. Perfect for anybody looking to invite a friend over!
London’s Soho nightlife right on your doorstep
Why we love it:
♥ You know exactly what you’re getting with your room (and they are all excellent)
♥ Great central location: just next to Leicester Square, but facing away from the noise
♥ You get to help a person in need with every booking
London’s soho nightlife right on your doorstep
What sklow thought:
The location of this hotel is very central. It’s like in the heart of the city and very convenient to everywhere. The room is cozy with a nice view, and the staff are friendly & helpful. We were just asking for a gym and they even print out a map for us. Haha and you will love the rabbit.
Where you will never want to close the curtains
Why we love it:
♥ The best river views in Budapest – from the room and the rooftop bar
♥ Location – Google maps pin proves Hotel Clark is the most central hotel in the city
♥ One of the best design hotels in the city
What thaiguytravel though:
Hotel Clark has the most beautiful city view I think I have ever seen from a hotel room. Out over the river with the bridge and the historic buildings lit up in the background. I didn’t want to close the curtains even to sleep. Large comfy bed, good breakfast spread and within walk distance to all the best city sites.
Budapest may not be as famous as other destinations for a gay city break but don’t dismiss it. There is plenty of gay nightlife across the city, and its so cheap, you can get a beer in a nightclub for just $1.5 USD.
Private lofts with their own fireplaces
Why we love it
♥ Close to museums, attractions, and plenty of gay bars
♥ Modern, stylish decor throughout the building + plus those fireplaces
♥ Extra comfy beds
For truly unique interiors and design
Why we love it:
♥ Location – Opposite the central Gare du Nord train station
♥ A completely unique style from 25hours
♥ Brand new hotel – opened in January 2019
This hotel, first of all, is perfectly positioned in Paris, right next to the Eurostar train station (perfect for short city breaks) and also the centre of hustle and bustle. We loved the vibrant colors involved in every part of the decor for the hotel as well as the funky decorations displayed around the lobby and the room itself.
The breakfast was delicious with a full range of French cuisine! We would definitely recommend others to stay here in the future.
It would be rude not to make use of the private rooftop hot tub
Why we love it:
♥ Location – Downtown Mitte perfect for tourist sights and conveniently located between the original gay village in the west and the popular gay clubs in the east
♥ Unique style and individually designed rooms by the Paint Club
♥ Make your day extra special and hire the completely private rooftop with hot tub
What thaiguytravel thought:
Berlin is one of Europe’s best city break destinations, party, culture, history so there is so much to see. I love the location of this hotel. Normally I stay in Schöneberg but felt so much better Mitte, busy, cool and alive. There are restaurants and bars all around. I will defiantly stay here again next time. Since many of the best gay venues in Berlin are so spread out you are always getting a taxi or train where ever you stay.
The hotel itself is very cool loved the huge bathtub and the unique art. The signature bed is huge and so comfy.