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Top attractions to visit in Asbury Park
- Silverball Museum
- Asbury Park Boardwalk
- Paramount Theater and Convention Hall
- Asbury Splash Park
- Asbury Park Distilling
1. The Empress Hotel Asbury Park 3* – Asbury Park Gay Hotels
Situated on the waterfront, Empress Hotel is steps away from the beach. It features a large pool with a sun-lounger terrace.
Rooms at the The Empress Hotel Asbury Park are spacious and include a coffee maker and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
The Empress has a lively bar that features contemporary furnishings and under-counter mood lighting. Several restaurants serving international cuisine are located a 5-minute walk away.
The Empress Hotel Asbury Park is a 3-minute walk from The Stone Pony and is 0.6 miles from the Paranormal Books and Curiosities & Paranormal Museum.
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, this vibrant hotel is a half-mile from the Ocean Avenue boardwalk and 8 minutes’ walk from the Paramount Theatre.
Straightforward rooms (some poolside) have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, coffeemakers, and private balconies with seating. Some rooms have ocean views.
There’s an outdoor pool with sun loungers and a tiki bar serving cocktails. Other amenities include a buzzy nightclub, a restaurant and a game room.
We had a great room on the top floor with a balcony with an amazing view. Our room was spotless and I think the mattresses were brand new. Very comfortable.
How much does a room costs at The Empress Hotel Asbury Park ?
Prices start 148$/night for Standard King Room.
Rooms are 43 square metres.
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2. The Asbury 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Asbury Park
The Asbury is located in Asbury Park, 1,000 feet from Asbury Park Boardwalk and the beach. The hotel has a seasonal outdoor pool and rooftop bar with views of the sea.
The lobby at The Asbury also operates as a cafe, bar and music venue with live shows, game nights and gatherings. Asbury Lanes is a bowling alley, music venue and diner on site.
Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. Some units feature a seating area for your convenience. Every room is fitted with a private bathroom equipped with a shower. Extras include free toiletries and a hair dryer.
This trendy hotel in a restored 1950s red brick building is a 4-minute walk from the Asbury Park Boardwalk and 5 minutes’ walk from the Asbury Park train station.
Chic rooms have desks, flat-screens and free Wi-Fi, plus sleek bathrooms with rainfall showers. Upgraded rooms include sitting areas; suites add mini fridges and separate living rooms. Upgraded suites feature dining areas and Nespresso machines. Simple TV-free dorms have bunk beds and sleep up to 8 people.
There’s an airy, cool lobby bar and a pool table. Seasonal amenities include 2 rooftop lounges, 1 with an open-air cinema, plus an outdoor pool, and a beer garden with food trucks.
We came this weekend for to enjoy some local wineries and go out in the Asbury gay bars. As before, the Asbury Hotel did not disappoint. Staff as always were professional, friendly, and gave us a great room. Hotel is centrally located to Boardwalk, several bars including Paradise, Tides, and WonderBar.
As we had heard of the Haus of Mimosa drag act, we were thrilled to learn they would be at the Asbury this weekend for drag brunch. The food was delicious (special props for the Monte Cristo French Toast), the mimosas were great and the entertainment was awesome. We had a great weekend and the Asbury Hotel and its wonderful staff made it all possible!
How much does a room costs at The Asbury ?
This double room features air conditioning, tile/marble floor and seating area.
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3. Hotel Tides 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Asbury Park
This stylish hotel is 3.5 blocks from the Ocean Avenue Boardwalk, 2 blocks from Sunset Park and 1 mile from the restored Asbury Park Casino.
Eclectic rooms feature flat-screen TVs, premium linens, iPod docks and rainfall showerheads, plus free Wi-Fi; upgraded rooms add sleep machines. There is stair-access only.
Freebies include continental breakfast and limited off-street parking. The lobby features an art gallery and furnishings designed by local craftsmen. A trendy bar/restaurant serves New American cuisine, and an outdoor pool with a porcelain deck has seasonal hours. Full spa treatments are available.
If you’re looking for a trendy hotel in Asbury Park, look no further than Hotel Tides.
Given the close proximity to Stephen Crane House (0.3 mi), guests of Hotel Tides can easily experience one of Asbury Park’s most popular landmarks.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Hotel Tides guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site.
While staying in Asbury Park, you can check out a popular French restaurant like Pascal & Sabine, which is serving up some great dishes.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Asbury Park Boardwalk (0.4 mi), Paramount Theater and Convention Hall (0.4 mi), or Hot Sand (0.8 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
Great staff, impeccably decorated and furnished, friendly boutique feel, quiet area.
his hotel caters to the gay community – of the 8 groups we saw staying here, 6 were gay couples. This wasn’t obvious to us until we arrived, and we initially felt a little out of place with our 4 year old. But both staff and guests were great and made us feel welcome.
We had an awesome stay at this hotel with another couple. The staff is very friendly and check-in was easy. The common areas are very nice and the pool area cozy with a cool bar.
This place is pretty cute. The decor is fabulous. Ryan was very friendly and a jack of all trades. A wearer of all hats. He was on reception, the bartender, a server, what can’t this guy do? We had a very delicious dinner, accompanied by some good drinks.
The fish was cooked to perfection and was well-seasoned. My only negative is the insulation for soundproofing, it’s not great. I could hear the lobby phone ringing through the floor from my room on the second level. I could also hear all the housekeepers in the morning. The shower head was at a ridiculous height, intended for giants, which I am not. The vibe in this place is nice though. Check in early though as reception is not 24 hours.
The hotel has a cute cozy bar and lounge area with a fabulous restaurant. I hate to write a good review since for years The Tides was Asbury Park’s best kept secret. The pool is open during the summer and has a small bar as well.
The modern rooms are small but clean and well kept. You can easily walk to the boardwalk or take a cab to Cookman Avenue. If you eat at the restaurant be sure to try the short ribs or scallops which they are known for. The waiters are excellent especially Chris and Carl.
Hannah is the cutest bartender on the weekends and provides great service. I absolutely love this place and feel very comfortable there.
This hotel is charming, well managed and a delight to stay at. The bed was super comfy, the room was very clean and nicely decorated.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Tides ?
Prices start 137$/night for Hotel Tides.
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