The party areas of Hong Kong where the main clubs and bars are located are Soho (South of Hollywood Road, HK Island) and LKF (Lan Kwai Fong, HK Island). Here there are many Gay & Lesbian of them located and many Gay Friendly Hotels Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is the oldest such event in Asia and it’s one of the best period to come to Hong Kong to visit this great city. This year the festival will be held in the month of September
As for gay friendly hotels in Hong Kong you have selected the best for you based on location, friendliness and price.
Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, is a metropolitan area and special administrative region of the People’s Republic of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta of the South China Sea.
Hong Kong is an amazing city and well worth visiting. Having traveled extensively also, I would have to say that few cities are on par with HK. In terms of the combo of natural magnificence with mountains and sea combined with amazing architecture, there are only two cities that even come close – San Francisco and Rio
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This 4* hotel is location is only a couple of streets away from the Temple street night markets and with the Jordan MRT station a 3 min walk away it was so easy to get everywhere for shopping, eating and relaxing in the bars and clubs along this area.
A mix of new and old Hong Kong is presented at Hotel Madera Hong Kong, a luxurious boutique hotel in Jordan with a fitness centre and a 270-degree viewpoint Horizonte Lounge.
Fitted with hypo-allergenic carpeted flooring, all the air-conditioned guest rooms have a flat-screen TV and JBL speaker. Free Wi-Fi and free local calls are also included.
In the heart of Kowloon, Hotel Madera Hong Kong is a 5-minute walk from the local Jade Market, Temple Street and a 3-minute walk from Jordan MTR Station. By train, it is within 15 minutes’ from Central, Lan Kwai Fong and the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Mongkok is a 10-minute walk away.
The rooms are clean and wight high quality furnishings & amenities. Everything felt so lush and new.
The bathroom has separate shower and bath and his and her sinks. Rooms size is 38 m² which is
bigger than most in Hong Kong
The hotel has a modern fitness centre as well; other amenities includes free wifi, airport shuttle and a very nice rooftop bar.
Closest landmarks within one km from Madera Hong Kong MTR Jordan Station, Temple Street Night, Market Jade Market King’s, Park Hockey Centre , Miramar Shopping Centre, Yau Ma Tei Theatre,
Kowloon Park MTR, Yau Ma Tei Station, Hong Kong Museum of History.
The room was clean, well sized and had a feel that it had been renovated recently.
It’s so close to the temple street market that we ate there and soaked up great Hong Kong vibes.
The hotel has such a well thought out design and a great rooftop bar.
Room was really modern and larger than most. Small rooftop bar with 180 degree view of city lights was awesome. Two blocks from Temple Street food market. A21 and A22 airport Flyer bus stops and Jordan Station even closer. Used A21 to get there, though A22 may have been quicker as earlier stop on route. Used A22 to return to airport, shorter trip but packed because 4th last stop on route.
The hotel is right across the road from the night market with everything you could need at your finger tips. If you leave the hotel door and turn left onto Nathan Road, cross at the first crossing and walk straight down Jordan Road to the third intersection and Temple Street there is a great street restaurant on the corner of Nanking and Temple Street.
There’s a great rooftop bar where you can see the fireworks, but it’s pretty cramped so you need to book. Be warned if you don’t you probably won’t get in
How much does a room costs at Madera Hong Kong Hotel?
2. The Mira Hotel Hong Kong 4* Gay Friendly Hotels Hong Kong
The Mira Hong Kong provides stylish lifestyle-designed rooms and exclusive personalised concierge service. It features smoke-free rooms with a pillow menu and free WiFi access.
The Mira Hong Kong is located along the vibrant Nathan Road, directly connected to Mira Place 1 & 2 (shopping malls). It is about a convenient 5-minute walk from Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station. The Star Ferry Pier is around a 10-minute journey on foot.
Guests are pampered in more ways than one in Mira’s rooms, which come in a selection of colour schemes. Luxurious rooms include iPod docks and 40-inch flat-screen TVs. Rain Showers are provided in bathrooms. In each room, guests can enjoy access to a sleek, portable free WiFi device, with 24/7 connectivity, and able to offer a signal to various devices such as smartphones, tablet and laptop.
Hip interiors, award-winning cuisine, and personalised guest service continue to build on our reputation as Hong Kong’s hottest Design hotel. And now, our Michelin recommended restaurants: Cuisine Cuisine at The Mira and WHISK offer some of the finest culinary experiences the city has to offer. Stylish, iconoclastic, individualised. Marked by art, music, cuisine, and all that’s uplifting and edgy in-between. A discreet designer haven.
The location is great, right in front of shopping complex with excellent food options.
Superbly located near the MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, for run lovers Kowloon Park , and a short walk north to the attractions of People’s Square. Book their Club King or Twin Room with City View and Club Lounge Access! Luxurious amenities, romantic rooms.
By train, it is within 15 minutes’ from Central, Lan Kwai Fong and the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre. Mongkok is a 10-minute walk away.
The hotels has a lovely Spa & Wellness Centre where you can enjoy the indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna.
The hotel has as well a Chinese restaurant which is much better than other Michelin starred Chinese restaurants in Hong Kong.
The Mira Hotel is always comfortable and the staff is great. We always feel welcome. The Club rooms have a very convenient breakfast room on 15th floor. The room is spacious and always kept very clean. The ambience at the Mira is fantastic. The location is great and the Kowloon Park just across Nathan Road is a beautiful place.
The room was overlooking Nathan Rd and Kowloon Park – it was a luxury to be in the heart of Tsim Sh Tsui, yet look out over a green park and open sky. The location could not be better and the service was excellent. We ate breakfast in the hotel which was a top-notch buffet that kept us going for most of the day. The staff were attentive and provided up-to-date and useful information about any protest action that was happening.
The famous ‘egg chairs’ were certainly stylish in the room and were surprisingly comfortable. The hotel provides free wi-fi/4G dongles to use around Hong Kong – fantastic service!
Highly recommended and would return in a heartbeat
How much does a room costs at The Mira Hotel Hong Kong?
Prices start 149$/night for Double Rooms with Garden View . The Mira Suite 70 a spacious suite features a laptop-sized safe, a 40-inch LCD TV, a sound system and an in-room Nespresso Coffee Machine. The large en suite bathroom comes with double sink, in-mirror TV, bathtub and separate rain shower is priced at 280$/night.
3. Cordis, Hong Kong – 5* Gay Friendly Hotels Hong Kong
Rising over busy, the upscale 5-star enjoys to and Place . The hotel also houses some of ’s best meeting and event Kowloon’s highest ballroom, The , and the 600 seater Ballroom, which includes a 7 m x 4 m built in LED wall.
All rooms and suites at Cordis Hong Kong are equipped with high-speed WiFi and a LED TV.The luxurious marble bathrooms come with separate bathtub and rainshowers.
Cordis Hong Kong is a 45-minute drive from Hong Kong International Airport. The hotel is less than 1 km from Ladies Market, Temple Street Night Market and Flower Market.
The wellness facilities include a fully equipped fitness centre, twostudios and an outdoor heated pool, along with the Chuan Spa, which features over 60 unique treatments. Dining options include a contemporary Cantonese restaurant, Ming Court, the trendy European restaurant and bar, Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social, and The Garage Bar, the new outdoor food truck destination bar, as well as The Place, the hotel’s all day dining restaurant.
Cordis, Hong Kong is an upscale 5-star hotel located in the vibrant Mongkok district of Kowloon. This 665 room modern hotel is directly linked to the Langham Place shopping mall and Mongkok MTR station. All rooms and suites are equipped with high speed wifi, LED TVs. Our wellness facilities include a fully equipped fitness center, two fitness studios and outdoor heated pool, along with the Chuan Spa, which features over 60 unique treatments.
Dining options include the Michelin starred contemporary Cantonese restaurant, Ming Court, the trendy European restaurant and bar, Alibi – Wine Dine Be Social, and The Garage Bar, the new outdoor food truck destination bar, as well as The Place, the hotel’s all day dining restaurant. The hotel also features some of Hong Kong’s best meeting and event facilities including Kowloon’s highest ballroom, The Star Room, and the 600 seater Ballroom, which includes a 7m x 4m built in LED wall
Old heritage hotel, with contemporary modern room decor, perfectly located at the start of the Shanghai shopping street and opposite the ferry to mainland Hong Kong. Rooms have free Internet and ocean view rooms have balconies. In-room safe is small, but will hold most valuables. Breakfast buffet is good. No problem for same-sex couples if you book a double room. Great value and reasonable rates for a 5* hotel in Hong Kong.
The facilities and especially the Club Lounge are sensational value for money.
The room amenities are very well thought out with a Nespresso machine to use at your leisure for a genuine cup of coffee as well. The room seems bigger than it is due to the design of the bathroom wall being in glass to create a continuous flow. Coming back after a long day to a great Grohe shower was a pleasure as well. The mini bar has quality items stocked for your convenience but it’s a bit overpriced.
For breakfast the selection of food is excellent including pigged out on the Salmon and Sushi.
The Cordis Hotel Hong Kong has as well pool in the top floor for relaxing and sophisticated atmosphere like a Hawaiian resort in the middle of a busy city.
This is a top-rate hotel for a very reasonable price. The service is top notch and the facilities, especially the gym, are excellent. It’s connected to a shopping mall and public transport. The most memorable thing for me was the breakfast. Fantastic coffee and a wonderful buffet selection. I’ve had many breakfast buffets in 5 star hotels in BKK, but this beats them all.
The property itself and its exceptional staff are first rate. The club rooms have spectacular views of Hong Kong — thrilling by day and night. The rooms are stylishly outfitted, with luxury bathrooms, and all the trappings of a 5-star hotel. The club lounge is fine — a good place to stop for a cocktail after a day in HK, but the complimentary hors d’oeuvres are more what you might expect at a Holiday Inn.
The staff endeavors to make up for that with generous poured drinks and counsel on finding a good dinner spot. Breakfast is the customary Asian embarrassment of riches — superb. The neighborhood is a patchwork of wholesale hardware shops, a massive shopping mall, tiny food stalls and produce markets, red-light activity, and other elements that make each block unlike the one before. I found that the rich texture of the neighborhood yielded constant surprises and was a fun part of the visit Subway access is easy (across the street). And main drags like Nathan and Argyle are just steps away.
How much does a room costs at Cordis Hong Kong?
Prices start 200$/night for Double Rooms with Garden View . The One Bedroom Suite offering spectacular views of the South China Sea, this suite features a separate living area and bedroom including modern facilities and technology. Guests may indulge in some extra pampering with free access to the Club Lounge included. is priced at 310$/night.
4. Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel – 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hong Kong
Located between the business anddistricts of and , Charterhouse is a 5-minute walk from Mall. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, 3 dining options as well as free 24-hour gym access for in-house guests.
The modern rooms at Charterhouse feature warm lighting and wooden furnishings. Each is equipped with a satellite TV, minibar and personal safe.
Guests can work-out at the fitness centre or arrange day trips at the tour desk. The hotel also provides a business centre and laundry services.
The Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel Hong Kong is an elegant hotel, conveniently located at the edge of Causeway Bay in Hong Kong Island. The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and Causeway Bay MTR subway stations are within easy walking distance of the hotel. The majority of tourist attractions and business areas are easily accessible within 10 minutes drive. Considering the needs of our business visitors, our hotel shuttle will take you to Hong Kong Convention and exhibition Centre during trade fair and event periods in just a few minutes.
For our visitors exploring different beauties of Hong Kong, splendid shopping malls like Times Square, Hysan Place and easy transportation system like Causeway Bay subway station are a few steps from our hotel which will never disappoint you. The Gazebo Restaurant, Champs Bar, Harry’s Bar and Lounge and Fitness Room 23 hours a day provides you the relaxing places to enjoy your life and escape from the hustle and speed of the city of the day. Free Wifi is available at all guestrooms and public areas are even make your stay more pleasurable. In order to provide a healthy and smoke-free environment for global travelers, The Charterhouse Causeway Bay has been completely a smoke-free hotel to ensure our guests a pleasant stay
We exit the luxury area of hotels in HK and our next recommendation for a gay friend hotel in Hong Kong is Charterhouse Causeway Bay which is located on Wan Chai Road (灣仔道) the main road in Wan Chai, on the north side of Hong Kong Island and is only a 5-minute walk from Times Square Mall.
The hotel is walking distance of Causeway Bay (Times Square) and Wan Chai MTR stations and the A11 bus that runs to and from the Airport is also in walking distance
The modern rooms at Charterhouse feature warm lighting and wooden furnishings. Each is equipped with a satellite TV, minibar and personal safe.
Room size is only 16 m² a bit small but for Hong Kong where space is money it’s OK.The room is adequate in size and HK to find this kind of hotel at reasonable price is quite a bargain. Room size is a bit small if you are really into a bigger room, but the standard facility is there.
The breakfast includes a good selection of hot and cold items with something for everyone’s palate. Omelettes, dim sum, cereal, toast, coffee, tea, eggs, salads old cuts.
The Hotel location is excellent – heart of Hong Kong (I think so); we have the MRT, Causeway Bay, about 10/15 minutes of walk and it is at the basement of the famous The Times Square. It took us about an hour from the airport by taxi. Looking for good food was never a problem as there are plenty restaurants around the hotel; there are a few shops that even open for 24-hour, eg. beef noodles. Another interesting place to spent time walking around is the “wet market” down the road across the traffic lights when exit right from the hotel; the market has an English name, it sounds like “Bowrington Market”. It is so lively in the early hour of the morning until past midnight.
The room is reasonably clean. The room decor is traditionally colonial. Clean sheets and comfortable bed. The hotel location is convenient. The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is 15 minutes comfortable walk away over a nice walkway between tower buildings. Close to station and trams. The breakfast selection is reasonable. I just wish the breakfast starts a bit earlier than 7. The check-in and check-out process is an easy process.
How much does a room costs at Charterhouse Causeway Bay Hotel?
Prices start 84$/night for Superior Double Room . The Signature Queen Room Featuring modern interiors and furnishings, each studio is equipped a DVD player and a flat-screen TV. The en suite bathroom comes with rain shower and massage jet sprays is priced at 150$/night.
5. Yesinn – Causeway Bay 1* – Gay Friendly Hotels Hong Kong
Almost half of the hotels in Hong Kong are 1* hotels. Even if there are only 1* that does not mean there is no quality on it. Our recommendation for a gay friend hotel in Hong Kong and a cheaper option is Yesinn – Causeway Bay. The hotel is located only 2-minute walk from Causeway Bay MTR Station.
Situated in Hong Kong within 1.4 km of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and 1.6 km of Times Square Hong Kong, Yesinn – Causeway Bay features rooms with free WiFi. The property is set 1.8 km from Pacific Place Hong Kong, 1.9 km from Happy Valley Racecourse and 2.2 km from Hysan Place. The property is 3.4 km from Avenue of Stars and 7 km from Victoria Harbour.
Only 2 minutes walking distant from Yesinn Causeway Bay Hostel to Causeway Bay MTR station, our premier location makes us the ideal starting point for exploring the city. Recently renovated, we boast not only a fantastic Hong Kong city center location and building but our free services are unbeatable! We have taken great care when it comes to your safety & security so you don’t need to worry and can hang out in our common room or relax in the rooftop garden. An added bonus is that big size beds are tailor made for taller person and come with linen for free, so that late arriving travelers can jump straight into bed.
Dorms are fairly spacious considering it is HK, with lovely large bathrooms.
It’s the budget accommodation worth every dollar I’ve paid for it. The location is great as it’s close to subway station and bus stops like few minutes’ walk away.
The terrace would be the only area allowing guest to smoke and chat. It’s a good place to interact with other travelers and backpackers around the world.
The location is awesome, there’s great food everywhere and it’s so easy to get to the MTR. The bed’s alright, just a bit squeaky, don’t toss around too much if you’re kinda chunky like me lol. You’ll disturb people from their rest 😂
The hostel’s really clean as well and you’re assigned to a personal locker.
For those who’d like to meet new people, just head up to the rooftop area – you’ll meet lots of solo travellers from all over the world!
How much does a room costs at Yesinn – Causeway Bay?
Located opposite the main building, the room is fitted with a double bed and a private bathroom.