Way too much expensive, 19 pounds for entry!!! Tiny bottle of water is 1.50 pounds, rip off. The sauna is almost emtpy and full of old men. Never will go there again!!!!
Gay London travel guide
London gay guide
This is the London gay guide by Nighttours.com. London has to be one of the most attractive cities in Europe for the gay visitor: a vast amount of bars, cafes, clubs, restaurants and theatres, all located in the historic centre.
The main gay area has to be Soho, just west of the West End, where all theatres are located and north of China Town. Main gay street is Old Compton Street, where many bars are located. London is one of the biggest gay party cities in the world, in the weekend you can party almost around the clock. Most big venues can be found in the Vauxhall area.
We list all gay clubs, bars, men saunas and cruising areas on maps. Read other users reviews and check our agenda. Just Come Out and Party!London gay guide
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Plan your trip to London
London is a big city and travel booklets will give most of you too much information for one weekend. So we present here a compact online guide for the gay traveller, with a selection of museums, sight seeing and info on where to stay.London gay travellers guide
Make sure you book a hotel early, as London is a very popular destination and hotel in the center often fully booked.
Best area to take your hotel is Soho. Then you are close to the gay bars (Old Compton Street), Oxford st. (for shopping) and the many theatres on West End. In our hotel section we have some suggestions, and you can find a map with all hotels in London.
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Reviews by visitors
It is 19 pounds for entry which is way too expensive! The food inside the sauna is way too much expensive as well, tiny bottle of water is 1.50 pounds, rip off! There is no smoking area inside the sauna, the staff will make you to go outside the building for a smoke which is disgraceful. The mats in the cabins are dirty and unhygienic. The sauna is almost empty, it doesn't worth for 19 pounds!
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They asked me if I had a membership card but I hadn't. So this rude guy said I could not get in. I think he fought I was a lost tourist and was not gay. I have never had been discriminated in a gay place before.
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Hotels in London
Visit our London hotel page for information on where to stay. You can also try our online London hotel map to see and book hotels near the gay venues. Please book via the links on this website thanks!where to stayhotel map London
Located in London’s West End, less than 5 minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Underground Station and Oxford Street shops is the St Giles.
Located in London’s West End, the Strand Palace Hotel is within 700 metres of the Adelphi and the Vaudeville theatres. Surrounded by the Strand’s popular bars and restaurants, Charing Cross Rail and Underground Station is a 4 minute walk from the hotel.
The Z Hotel Soho is situated in the heart of London’s West End and provides compact and luxurious accommodation with a contemporary design.
Situated on London's South Bank, this modern and family-friendly hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the River Thames and London Eye.
In the heart of London’s Theatreland, The Shaftesbury Premier London Piccadilly is just 300 metres from Leicester Square.