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The Z Hotel SohoThe Z Hotel Soho  

The Z Hotel Soho
17 Moor Street, London
85 rooms, 2583 reviews, score 8.2

The Z Hotel Soho is situated in the heart of London’s West End and provides compact and luxurious accommodation. Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden are all within a 5-minute walk of the hotel.

Plan your trip to London

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

Gay tourist guide to London

If you want to have a relaxing weekend .. don't go to London. You can Party round the clock and
shop till you drop. Make new friends in the bars in Soho or party in Heaven, G.A.Y., DTPM or one of the many other clubs parties and afters

Hotel 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.

Please make your hotel reservation via a link on our website. That way you support us and we can keep this website alive, thanks!

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Reviews by visitors

Summer Rites Out on the Dock

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yesterday, 16:45   

Massively disappointing-the advertising for this event was so misleading. I wouldn't consider the few food vans that were there to be a food market..I don't recall seeing "pop up galleries" ...given the prices that were being charged for tickets and for drinks while there, it would have been respectful to have had some kind of air conditioning or fans-it was like being in a sauna! The Mint lounge was not a lounge....a few tables and chairs from the 99p store and air so humid, you could hardly breathe...hardly comfortable enough to be referred to as a lounge! As the day/evening went on, the environment seemed to become more and more undignified...including men sha**ing in the ladies toilets..it was like some debauched meat market! This is an event that could be much better, instead we were just left feeling well and truly ripped off!

Central Station Kings Cross

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3 days ago

There's no management response facility on the site so in response to the last review. The reason for the smell had nothing to do with the activities in the basement bar, the place is power jetted out after every day so is kept clean. It was a blocked drain, sadly it was one that I didn't know about underneath a suspended floor in one of the stores so it took me a little while to find the source of the smell, the floor has been removed and the offending drain unblocked so the smell has now being eradicated. My apologies for not being able to locate the problem sooner. Environmental services have visited and given us a clean bill of health. I care passionately about the venue and it's customers. Having finished upgrading the bedrooms work has now begun on refurbishing the basement bar and will be continuing over the coming weeks.

Central Station Kings Cross

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15 days ago   

I have only one thing to say. The smell in the Basement Club-which leaks upstairs to the bar & possibly to the hotel rooms is overpowering & disgusting. I noticed that Martin-the owner-criticised another reviewer for saying the place was rancid. Well I'm sorry but that is the only description for the foul smell that now overpowers these premises. It's an absolute disgrace. Not only that but on some nights punters are expected to pay £5 to £6 entry for the privelidge of being in a club that stinks to the high heavens,hasn't had a lick of paint in years & rarely has more than 15-20 people in it. I think it is worth pointing out to people considering staying in the hotel rooms that the Basement club has hosted..to put this delicately..water sport nights in the basement for many years-twice a week. The stench from this is in the very fabric of the building,there is damp in some parts of the basement. It is obvious to me that the owners have ZERO interest in the health,hygiene and decor of the Underground club and by implication the health and comfort of its customers. Shameful.

Pleasuredome gay sauna

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18 days ago   

This place is really run down! I have been to saunas around the world and it seems like the majority of saunas in the UK are so expensive to run that management can't afford the upkeep.

This sauna does not have doors that lock and so you may be interrupted by rude customers and even staff checking up on you. I understand from some of the reviews why no locks would be necessary.

I find the customers here to be very aggressive and either drunk or wired. Staff need to prevent people like this from entering. I felt unsafe. The staff do go around with flash lights like security guards, but with the type of people who come here it may necessary.

As an Asian man I have experienced racism before, but, the UK seems more racist than other countries I have been to, and I live in Australia for crying out loud.

In all, poor standards! Both in terms of customers, staff and premises

Vault

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21 days ago   

Yes, the bartenders are horrible. Cloakguy and doorman were very friendly though. Passive aggressive and rude. The place, however, is very cruisy, tons of goodlooking guys and, if you're decent looking, chances to fuck a guy. There's little better alternatives in London.

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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

St Giles London – St Giles Classic HotelSt Giles London – St Giles Classic Hotel  

St Giles London – St Giles Classic Hotel
Bedford Avenue, London
3 star hotel, 670 rooms, 8920 reviews, score 7.6

Located in London’s West End, less than 5 minutes’ walk from Tottenham Court Underground Station and Oxford Street shops is the St Giles.

Strand Palace HotelStrand Palace Hotel  

Strand Palace Hotel
372 Strand, London
3 star hotel, 785 rooms, 3485 reviews, score 8.2

Within 700 metres of the Adelphi and the Vaudeville theatres, the Strand Palace Hotel is located in London’s West End and is surrounded by the Strand’s bars and restaurants.

The Z Hotel SohoThe Z Hotel Soho  

The Z Hotel Soho
17 Moor Street, London
85 rooms, 2583 reviews, score 8.2

The Z Hotel Soho is situated in the heart of London’s West End and provides compact and luxurious accommodation. Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden are all within a 5-minute walk of the hotel.

Park Plaza County Hall LondonPark Plaza County Hall London  

Park Plaza County Hall London
1 Addington Street, London
4 star hotel, 398 rooms, 1632 reviews, score 8.6

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.

Best Western Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly HotelBest Western Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly Hotel  

Best Western Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly Hotel
65 - 73 Shaftesbury Avenue, London
4 star hotel, 67 rooms, 698 reviews, score 7.8

In the heart of London’s Theatreland, Premier Shaftesbury Piccadilly Hotel is just 300 metres from Leicester Square. The 4-star hotel has a fitness centre and boutique bedrooms with free Wi-Fi.

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