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Hand-Picked Collection of hotels ideally suited to gay travelers.
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W Hotel Hong Kong
Best For: Urban Glamour & Design Lovers
Wow: Panoramic Rooftop Pool & Gay Popular
Area: West Kowloon; Harbor Side Mainland
Facts: 393 Rooms | No free room WIFI | Pool
Mira Moon Design Hotel
Best For: Stylish Chinese Boutique Hotel
Wow: Modern Cultural Décor & Huge Beds
Area: Causeway Bay; Luxury Shops HK Island
Facts: 91 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI
Ovolo Southside Design Hotel
Best For: Explorers; Warehouse Turned Hotel
Wow: Views, Rooftop Bar & Free Mini Bar
Area: HK Island South Side; Escape central HK
Facts: 162 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI
The Mira Hotel Design Hotel
Best For: Contemporary Asian Urban Hotel
Wow: Michelin Buffet & Cool Room Gadgets
Area: Central Kowloon (TST); HK Mainland
Facts: 492 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
Bishop Lei International
Best For: Affordable Comfort & Convenience
Wow: Gay Popular, Views & Compact Rooms
Area: Mid-levels; HK Island, Walk to LKF Party
Facts: 227 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI | Pool
60 West Suites Hotel
Best For: Value for Money Accommodation
Wow: Apartment Style, Big Rooms, Location
Area: Soho; HK Island, Walk to Gay Bars
Facts: 60 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI
Travelodge Central, Hollywood Road
Best For: Budget Party Guys
Wow: Location, Value, Nightlife & Gadgets
Area: Soho; HK Island, Walk to Gay Bars/LKF
Facts: 148 Rooms | Free in-room WIFI
Gay Hotel Hong Kong
Our hand-picked collection of gay hotel Hong Kong offer the best the city has to offer. Team Passport has personally visited every single hotel to ensure you have the best possible experience.
The tall, hot, steel jungle that is Hong Kong city has become famous as a business hub and it’s skyline however beyond this is a city with cultural, passion, hidden quiet beaches, and a small but vibrant gay scene. The gay scene focuses around a few gay bars and clubs, numerous gay saunas but there are no outright gay hotels in Hong Kong. Most gay visitors to Hong Kong hotels experience no problems with regards to their sexuality, of course, all the large hotel chains bring their international policies.
People are not kidding when they say Hong Kong is small and intense. The average Hong Kong hotel room is very small but don’t be turned off, as people say “it’s not the size….it’s how you use it that is important”! With 7 million people living in one of the most densely populated areas of the world, space is a luxury and luxuries are expensive, especially for Hong Kong hotels.
Soho & LFK – HK Island | Party Gay Hotel Hong Kong
If you like to party book a hotel in this part of town. Just like other big cities, Soho named after (South of Hollywood Road) famous landmark, has become popular with the local gay community. Soho is centrally located on Hong Kong Island between the Central-Mid-Levels escalator. The area has become somewhat of a hip district with the best of Hong Kong’s, entertainment, gay and straight nightlife, restaurants, shops, galleries and gay-friendly hotels.
Soho is home to some of the city’s best gay venues such Zoo HK one of the main attractions on Hong Kong’s gay bar street Jervois Street.
Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) the center of Hong Kong’s nightlife with over 90 restaurants and bars packed into a couple of streets just meters from HK Central Station. LKF Bars’s can range from stylish wine venues to crazy jelly shots and the people are just as diverse. The biggest gay hits in LKF are Oosh, Linq and Backroom.
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Causeway Bay – HK Island | Gay Hotel Hong Kong
A great base, ideal of sightseeing, shopping, saunas, and a quick taxi to the party. Causeway Bay is famous as one of Hong Kong’s most popular shopping districts, with all the luxury brands, high-rise malls, Japanese department stores. The area offers a great selection of restaurants from local back-streets to mall food to luxury restaurants.
Causeway bay is also home to a large concentration of gay saunas and spas. While the main gay bars and clubs are only four stops away by MRT to reach Sheung Wan Station in Soho for its gay nightlife. After party, it’s a quick and reasonably priced taxi ride back.
Kowloon – Mainland HK | Gay Hotel Hong Kong
Opposite Hong Kong Island on the mainland is Kowloon. Although it’s located on the other side of the harbor it’s easy to travel between the island and mainland via the MRT underground and the ferries. At night when the MRT is closed taxi’s and buses are the only option. Don’t let the distance put you off, Kowloon has a huge array of shops, restaurants and hotels.
Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀) (TST) located at the end of Kowloon Peninsula, is a major tourist area. The top-floor bars on this side are perfect for watching over the neon-lit Victoria Harbour. Tsim Sha Tsui (尖沙咀) and Mong Kok (旺角), further north on Kowloon peninsula, are home to numerous gay saunas and a few gay bars.