Hotel Kabuki

    Hotel Kabuki offers a gay-friendly choice full of tranquillity and also conveniently close to the liveliness of Union Square. The hotel features much to ensure relaxation including a Japanese Garden, Koi Pond, hot tubs and a sauna. The spacious guestrooms are designed in contemporary Japanese style and offer natural light. Beds are Serta Concierge beds dressed with luxury linen. The amenities provided are modern as expected of a first-class hotel and include flat screen television, complimentary bathroom amenities, work desk and electronic safe as well as free wireless internet access. Unwind with the luxury of an extensive choice of wellness-oriented treatments and alternative healing services at our inviting at the hotel’s Japanese-inspired spa.



    • 225 rooms
    • 16 floors



    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Business Centre
    • Concierge Services
    • Fitness
    • Parking
    • Pet Friendly


    Dining in this gay-friendly hotel is a unique experience: O Izakaya serves a fusion of Asian and modern American cuisine along with many varieties of sake.



    1625 Post St San Francisco California United States 94115

    Often described as a gay Mecca, San Francisco is the ideal gay-friendly destination. Home to a wealth of shopping, dining, cultural attractions, art galleries and museums, there is something for everyone. The City is known as the gay capital of America. The Castro neighborhood is the main gay area with a wealth of gay-owned bars, restaurants and businesses. The gay scene extends beyond this area, however, to the rest of the city. The iconic Castro Theatre features gay cinema and sing-a-long musical nights amongst other exciting events. Bootie at DNA Lounge is an excellent venue for dancing and although not a dedicated gay club it is gay-friendly: Twin Peaks features an all glass front and offers the best views of the Castro area. Often referred to as the gay Cheers, this charming bar offers a warm welcome and a choice of cocktails.