Gay-Friendly Hotels in Hong Kong

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17 Best Mid-Range Gay Hotels in Hong Kong City

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Hong Kong is notoriously expensive, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have its fair share of reasonably priced options. Even in busy, touristy areas like Central and Sheung Wan, you’ll find good value hotels dedicated to your comfort and convenience. Just remember that space is at a premium in this crowded city, so budget rooms will be on the smaller side. Options range from stylish boutique hotels to no-frills spots designed for a quick overnight stay. Look out for perks like free breakfast, free shuttle buses, and on-site gyms.

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Why We Love It:
♥ Beautiful traditional Chinese decor
♥ Private balcony suites available
♥ Michelin-star dining
♥ Close to gay bars

This popular gay-friendly HK hotel features traditional Chinese decor, with compact yet comfortable rooms with city, harbour, or mountain views. Book a Deluxe room for added space, or go for one of the suites with private balconies. There’s a small gym to help you keep fit, a stylish lounge, and even a one-star Michelin Cantonese restaurant. The hotel is only a couple of minutes away from Sheung Wan gay bars like ZOO and WINK. Lan Kwai Fong Hotel is one of the most booked gay hotels in Hong Kong.

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    Why We Love It:
    ♥ Simple yet chic decor
    ♥ Complimentary pocket 4G Wi-Fi device
    ♥ Well-designed rooms with good amenities
    ♥ Helpful and friendly staff

    This is a stylish boutique hotel overlooking Victoria Harbour, a short distance from the Hong Kong Macau Ferry and Sheung Wan MTR station. Rooms are decorated in a simple, minimalist style, with large city prints, mood lighting, and small pops of color. They come with great amenities like a complimentary 4G Wi-Fi pocket device so you can always have the internet on the go, a multimedia docking station, and extra-comfy mattresses. Staff are lovely and extremely helpful, and it’s a popular gay-friendly hotel in Hong Kong. Butterfly on Waterfront is one of the most booked gay hotels in Hong Kong.

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      Why We Love It:
      ♥ Great Central location
      ♥ Well-designed rooms
      ♥ Complimentary pocket 4G Wi-Fi device
      ♥ High standard of service

      This Butterfly branch benefits from a great location in the Lan Kwai Fong nightlife district, about a 10-minute walk away from the Sheung Wan gay bars. It offers compact, well-designed rooms with contemporary decor and everything you need for a comfortable stay. This includes a complimentary 4G Wi-Fi device you can take on the go with you and, in some rooms, an air purifier that helps you get a great night’s sleep. Everything is super clean and well-maintained, and the staff are top-notch.

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        Why We Love It:
        ♥ Clean, modern, well-designed rooms
        ♥ Great tech amenities
        ♥ Free breakfast snacks
        ♥ Convenient Central location

        Travelodge Central Hollywood offers comfortable rooms with modern and colorful design and great tech amenities like a multimedia docking station and a Handy 3G smartphone. Breakfast is a selection of complimentary grab-and-go snacks so you can start your day on the right foot. Meanwhile, the location on Hollywood Road is ideal for shopping, dining, sightseeing, and going out.

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          Why We Love It:
          ♥ Great value
          ♥ Above-average sized rooms
          ♥ Kitchenette suites available
          ♥ Walking distance to gay bars

          This popular gay-friendly Hong Kong hotel offers good-value, well-sized rooms and suites near the Sheung Wan gay bars. The suites are particularly good for groups since they sleep up to four people and come with a kitchenette, dining area, and living room. The decor is basic but modern, while everything is clean and well-maintained. There’s a small gym, a shared lounge with video games and Apple TV, and self-serve laundry facilities.

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            Why We Love It:
            ♥ Stylish and well-designed rooms
            ♥ Range of room sizes and styles
            ♥ On-site gym
            ♥ Free breakfast

            Located a short walk away from the gay nightlife, iclub Sheung Wan Hotel offers modern, well-designed, and well-appointed rooms. All feature minimalist all-white decor and many have great views of the city or the harbour. The “Business” rooms, with spacious work desks, are ideal for those who work on the go, and the two-bedroom residence is great for groups and longer stays. Hotel facilities include a gym, a pleasant lounge serving complimentary tea and coffee, and a simple free breakfast.

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              Want to Party?

              If you like to party book a hotel on Hong Kong Island. Soho and Jervois Street are home to some of the city’s best gay venues. Soho named after (South of Hollywood Road) is centrally located on Hong Kong Island in Sheung Wan district.

              Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) and neighboring Soho are the center of Hong Kong’s nightlife with over 90 restaurants and bars packed into a couple of streets. LKF bars can range from stylish wine venues to jelly shots and the people are just as diverse.

              Why We Love It:
              ♥ Chic boutique hotel in Central
              ♥ Range of room sizes and styles
              ♥ Awesome bunk bedrooms for groups
              ♥ Fantastic on-site facilities

              Mojo Nomad Central (Ovolo Noho – 286 Queen’s Road Central) is an awesome boutique hotel offering a range of accommodation options for every sort of traveler. Rooms come in several sizes, but all are stylish and carefully designed for optimum comfort. The bunk bedrooms, which can sleep up to eight people, are a perfect choice for groups of friends in town to party – every bunk bed even gets a personal TV with Bluetooth headphone capability, as well as plenty of sockets and a top-notch mattress. The hotel is also super digital nomad-friendly, with a lovely co-working space and an authentic casual Mexican eatery. The gym is fantastic, with a range of equipment, yoga mats, boxing gloves, and iPads loaded with fitness apps.

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                Why We Love It:
                ♥ Good value
                ♥ Clean, comfortable rooms
                ♥ Rooftop pool
                ♥ Super close to MTR station

                Ramada Hong Kong Harbour View is located near the waterfront, a minute’s walk from Sai Ying Pun MTR station. The room decor is a little bit on the dated side and the rooms are compact even for Hong Kong standards, but everything is clean and comfortable. Facilities include a nice rooftop pool and a gym. Rates are usually very good value.

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                  Why We Love It:
                  ♥ Good value
                  ♥ Clean, comfortable rooms with great view
                  ♥ Single rooms available
                  ♥ Free city shuttle service

                  The rooms at Bishop Lei International House are not particularly swanky, but they are comfortable, clean, and well-maintained. Several of them boast awesome city views through floor-to-ceiling windows, and cozy single rooms are available for solo travelers. There’s a rooftop pool and a small gym on-site. The hotel runs a free shuttle service to key areas in the city, making it very convenient to get around. Overall, a reliable, good value option.

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                    Why We Love It:
                    ♥ Modern, well-designed rooms
                    ♥ Large windows with great views
                    ♥ Free buffet breakfast
                    ♥ Free airport shuttle

                    This ibis hotel features modern, comfortable rooms with great beds and intelligent layouts. Desks facing large windows allow you to get some work done while looking over the city or, in the case of the higher rooms, the harbour. Connecting family rooms are available. A tasty free breakfast is served every morning. The hotel is located a short walk from Sheung Wan MTR station and the Hong Kong Macau Ferry, and there is a free shuttle service to and from the airport.

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                      Why We Love It:
                      ♥ Comfortable rooms with all the basics
                      ♥ Free breakfast
                      ♥ Tasty on-site food
                      ♥ Sheung Wan location – gay nightlife hotspot

                      Holiday Inn Express specialises in affordable, convenient accommodation with everything you need for a comfortable stay. This Hong Kong location is no different, with basic rooms that include a great bed, plenty of conveniently-located outlets, black-out shades, and tea and coffee making facilities. A free breakfast buffet helps you start your day, and the hotel is also home to a great Thai-Indian restaurant. The location in Sheung Wan is ideal for sightseeing and one of the best spots in the city to make the most of the local gay nightlife.

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                        12. Sohotel
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                        Why We Love It:
                        ♥ Clean, cozy, with high-quality amenities
                        ♥ Range of room sizes and styles
                        ♥ Free breakfast delivered to your room
                        ♥ Excellent location

                        The standard rooms at this boutique hotel are simple and compact, perfect for a short budget stay. Larger suites are available, with more modern decor and cool perks like a freestanding tub. Everything is clean and well-maintained, with good-quality amenities. A free continental breakfast is sent to your room every morning, which is a great touch. The location is super close to the waterfront, Western Market, Sheung Wan station, and gay bars like WINK and ZOO.

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                          Why We Love It:
                          ♥ Perfect base for Lai Kwan Fong nights out
                          ♥ Small, simple rooms with minimalist decor
                          ♥ Single rooms available
                          ♥ Good value for money

                          This cute boutique hotel features minimalist modern decor, with compact and intelligently-designed rooms. Single and double rooms are available. Located right next to the Lai Kwan Fong nightlife district, this is a great option if all you need is somewhere to rest your head after a big night out. Staff are friendly and rates are very good value for money. mini hotel Central is one of the most booked budget gay hotels in Hong Kong.

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                            14. Hotel LBP
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                            Why We Love It:
                            ♥ Good value
                            ♥ Roomy suites available
                            ♥ Clean and comfortable
                            ♥ Handy Sheung Wan location

                            Hotel LBP is a simple and straightforward hotel, offering good value rooms in a convenient Sheung Wan location. The decor is basic but modern, and both rooms and suites are available, with the latter including a roomy separate living space. There’s a small gym and a pleasant outdoor terrace area for socializing. Hotel LBP is one of the most booked budget gay hotels in Hong Kong.

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                              Why We Love It:
                              ♥ Convenient location
                              ♥ Good value
                              ♥ Clean, no-frills rooms
                              ♥ Hourly and late-night booking options

                              Mingle At The Eden is located less than a 5-minute walk from Sheung Wan MTR station, as well as several gay bars. Rooms are simple and sometimes a bit dated, but it’s a good no-frills option in Central. It does hourly rates during the day and there’s a discounted late-night option if you need a quick place to crash after a night out in Hong Kong.

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                                16. WE Hotel
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                                Why We Love It:
                                ♥ New, clean, and well-maintained
                                ♥ Great beds
                                ♥ City views
                                ♥ Less than a minute’s walk to MTR station

                                WE Hotel is fairly new, so it feels fresh and well-maintained. The decor is no-frills but classy, and the rooms are always clean. The beds are really comfortable and large windows let in plenty of natural light (as well as providing great city views). There are only two rooms on each floor, so you can be assured a quiet and private stay. Sai Ying Pun MTR station is right around the corner, and the Sheung Wan gay nightlife is just a 10-minute walk away.

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                                  17. Eco Tree Hotel
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                                  Why We Love It:
                                  ♥ Eco-friendly budget hotel
                                  ♥ Spacious rooms and suites
                                  ♥ Lovely staff
                                  ♥ Next to MTR station

                                  As the name implies, Eco Tree Hotel is a sustainable, environmentally-friendly boutique hotel in Hong Kong. It offers spacious rooms with high-quality amenities, as well as three and four-person suites with large windows that overlook the city. Everything is clean, and the staff are helpful and efficient. Sai Ying Pun MTR station is right next door to the hotel, so it’s easy to get around.

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                                    Gay Hotels in Hong Kong

                                    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 on 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. With 7 million people living in one of the most densely populated city’s in the world, space is a luxury and luxuries are expensive, especially for Hong Kong hotels.

                                    Soho & LFK | Party Gay Hotels in Hong Kong
                                    If you like to party book a hotel in this part of town.

                                    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.

                                    Hong Kong’s gay nightlife lies just next to LFK in Soho, named after (South of Hollywood Road) and Sheung Wan district. The wider area has become somewhat of Hong Kong’s hip district with the best of the city’s, entertainment, gay and straight nightlife, restaurants, shops, galleries, and gay-friendly hotels.

                                    Causeway Bay – HK Island
                                    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 the party, it’s a quick and reasonably priced taxi ride back.

                                    Kowloon – Mainland HK 
                                    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 taxis and buses are the only options. 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.