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The post 15 Best Gay Friendly Hotels in Krabi! Updated 2019 appeared first on The Gay Passport ..read more
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The post 20 Best Gay Friendly Hotels in Mykonos! Updated 2019 appeared first on The Gay Passport ..read more
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The post 21 Best Gay Friendly Hotels in Rome! Updated 2019 appeared first on The Gay Passport ..read more
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The post Gran Canaria Gay Travel Guide appeared first on The Gay Passport ..read more
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The post Barcelona Gay Travel Guide appeared first on The Gay Passport ..read more
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HOTELS Check-in Check-out Guests 1 2 3 4 Rooms 1 2 3 4 Search As if anybody needs more proof that Thailand is a gay travelers paradise. We followed, Khoa and Rhonee (Hovinhkhoa & Rhoneerojas), one of Instagram’s hottest gay couples who spent 8 days in Thailand, to find out what they thought. Flying into Bangkok, Khoa and Rhonee spent their first two nights enjoying the best of Bangkok, regarded as the capital of gay Asia. Visitors flock to Bangkok for the food, culture, temples, shopping and its affordability. They then took the 1-hour flight with Bangkok Airways down to the paradise island of Koh Samui for 6 days of pool villa perfection. Koh Samui is the travel brochure version of Thailand. Think white sandy beaches lined with palm trees and jungle-covered mountains. Like most parts of Thailand you can find hotels to match all budgets and styles however, Koh Samui excels in true 5-star luxury hotels. Private Pool Villas are the norm of the island. Read the full Gay Guide to Koh Samui. This post contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. DAY 1&2: AN URBAN RESORT IN THE HEART OF BANGKOK Banyan Tree Bangkok We stayed in the Serenity Club room overlooking the beautiful Bangkok skyline. The room was spacious and very comfortable and it included an enormous tub in which we used to unwind at night after a busy day around the city. The best part of the hotel experience had to be the two restaurants we dined at for dinner. The Veritgo restaurant situated on the roof deck serves a stunning 360 degree panoramic view of the city. The food was absolutely delicious. What was once a helicopter deck now converted into one of the hippest and trendy spots in Bangkok. The second restaurant we enjoyed was the Signature Banyan Tree restaurant Saffron. This restaurant offered innovative Thai cuisine and Southeast Asian specialties. The Banyan Tree Bangkok exemplified superior service. Staff were extremely attentive to all of our needs. 5 Star service at its best. Next time you are in Bangkok, don’t forget to book your stay here! Any downsides to the hotel? Honestly, everything in this hotel is pretty faultless. From the huge rooms to the incredible restaurants, we loved it. If we had to pick something then it would be the walk to the MRT subway train, it’s about 10 mins, along a busy road which in the Bangkok sun feels far. Show Prices Searching for the best price... This may take up 30 seconds No booking fees Show more prices More Info: Bangkok Gay Guide | Hotel Review DAY 3&4: A TRUE LUX TROPICAL JUNGLE GETAWAY Belmond Napasai We learned that at the Belmond Nakapasai, life is as quiet or as lively as you desire. We loved that you can choose to spend all day beside the infinity pool or in the spa or plunge into the vibrant island scene with their action-packed resort activities. The rooms are very private and very spacious! The service is 5 star! Any downsides to the hotel? This resort is great for those looking to get away from it all and enjoy luxury. There is not much not to like about that. Show Prices Searching for the best price... This may take up 30 seconds No booking fees Show more prices More Info: Koh Samui Gay Guide  DAY 5&6: DETOX. RETOX. REPEAT. W Koh Samui We actually arrived at the W Koh Samui during their W Fuel Weekend, a kind of fitness-focused event with celebrity exercise classes, great, and delicious food. What an amazing experience! We got to meet a lot of amazing new people, do workouts, enjoy meals together and party the night away. It wasn’t just a hotel stay this was an experience! There are just so many things to highlight at this hotel. First and foremost our W Koh Samui pool villa was absolutely fabulous! What was unique about the villa suites is the fact that they give you an option to enjoy a refreshing shower outside or inside. Of course, we chose the outdoor option! The pool was also an amazing feature. It was one of the largest private pools villas we’ve seen to date. Food options at the W Koh Samui are endless and they even have this place called the “Sweet Spot” where you can go and enjoy ice cream at any time during the day! The spa is also something to highlight. We enjoyed an amazing couples massage followed by some rest and relation in their tranquil dry sauna. When you’re at the W Koh Samui you’ll never want to leave! That’s the feeling we got! Any downsides to the hotel? For us not really, maybe if you are not in the social mood the Fuel weekend wouldn’t be for you but we loved it. ..read more
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HOTELS Check-in Check-out Guests 1 2 3 4 Rooms 1 2 3 4 Search Tourists flock to London’s east end for photos with the iconic Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral, and to experience the street markets and independent boutiques only found here. This area is a diverse section of London from the suits in the City to the hipsters in Dalston. The City is the historic and financial heart of London. Shiny skyscrapers tower over Victorian and even medieval streets. While gentrification has already changed much of Shoreditch and Dalston, it’s still a great place to catch a glimpse of trendy London. Like any sprawling city, London’s gay nightlife is spread out. Soho and Vaxhual are two famous gay villages but there are fresh venues popping up all across the city. For those looking to see more of London’s gay nightlife, east London offers travelers another side… Read More East London Gay NightlifeThe Glory opened in 2014 and features fabulous drag shows. Douchebag runs dance parties spinning alt-pop, synth, trash at The Star of Bethnal Green. Every Saturday night for 20 years The WayOut Club has celebrated the diversity of transsexual, cross-dressing and pure drag. Gay Saunas East London even has its own popular gay sauna. Sailors Sauna features steam, sauna, jacuzzi, TV lounge, two floors of relaxation rooms and a rooftop terrace. East End Markets East London is home to some of the most popular markets. Perfect for finding that unique leather jacket, or just an afternoon of browsing and tasting food from around the world. Be sure to check out Old Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane Market, Columbia Road Flower Market and Petticoat Lane Market. Hotels in London London is one of the world’s most expensive cities. Space comes at a premium and is often reflected in hotel room size. It’s worth paying attention to room size as its common for entry-level rooms to range from 9 sqm to 30 sqm. London is one of the most popular destinations in the world for LGBT travelers. Legally all hotel across London and the UK would be described as gay-friendly. Anti-discrimination and equality laws are strong in the UK and visitors should have no problems checking-in as same sex couples. Read Less We may receive compensation when you click these links. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy visit this page. 1. South Place Hotel Expereince chic luxury in the inimitable style  Why we love it: The overall design of the hotel is outstanding Great onsite facilities with gym, spa and even a cocktail garden Enjoy Michelin star dining without leaving the hotel Show Prices Searching for the best price... No booking fees Show more prices The Full Story: This colorful 5-star hotel delivers an oasis of chic into the corporate City. Picture spacious rooms, impressive facilities, and world-class food. South Place offers excellent onsite facilities including the Michelin star rooftop restaurant Angler, cocktail bar, spa, and a 24-hour gym. Rooms start from 26 sqm and feature Bang & Olufsen TV, delicate mood lighting and large windows. Each of the 80 rooms has a contemporary en suite bathroom with vast rain showers, a media hub, and a minibar. Room service is available throughout the day. The hotel is located in the City just over 150 meters to Liverpool Street Station with four underground train lines, making it easy to get around London quickly. 2. Nobu Hotel Shoreditch ..read more
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HOTELS Check-in Check-out Guests 1 2 3 4 Rooms 1 2 3 4 Search Motel One Tower Hill offers value for money with good sized rooms and a convenient central location. Note there is a minimum 2-night stay for Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Why We Love It All round great budget hotel – good marks for location, style, room size and importantly value for money Locationed in the City of London – historic centre, the financial capital and quick access to multiple underground lines Design focus, where things look good but also work perfectly Show Prices Searching for the best price... No booking fees Show more prices Location Motel One Tower Hill is located in the City of London. This is the historic centre and business heart. The area blends old and new with shiny skyscrapers and impressive mediaeval architecture. Walk among the navy suites of bankers and lawyers that fill this neighbourhood. This part of London is often referred to as simply the City (with capital C) and sometimes as the Square Mile. The City is a great location for sightseeing and travelers interested in history as the settlement dates as far back as Roman times. Just 500 meters from the hotel are the Tower of London and the iconic Tower Bridge.  From the hotel, you can easily connect to the rest of London with three underground stations serving four lines all within 500 meters. Just northeast from the hotel, lies one of London’s trendiest neighborhoods, Shoreditch. It’s the capital creative hub and home some of the most popular markets in London. Within 15 minutes walk you can reach: Old Spitalfields Market, Brick Lane Market, Columbia Road Flower Market and Petticoat Lane Market. Facilities The main on-site facilities include the 24-hour lobby bar and lounge, where breakfast is served. Free WI-FI runs throughout the hotel. There are no gym facilities. Being a budget hotel in central London space is of the premium. Style & Rooms The hotel has 291 rooms over 15 floors. All the rooms are 16 sqm but unlike other Motel Ones, there are different price points depending on the view. The premium rooms, sit on the highest floors with a west view. From these rooms, you can see out over London’s impressive skyline including the Shard, the Cheesegrater, the Gherkin and the Walkie Talkie. For London and especially the City, 16 sqm is a good sized room, exceptional at this price point. Rooms are well equipped with blackout curtains, plenty of electric sockets, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Contact +44 020 7481 6420https://www.motel-one.com 24-26 Minories, London EC3N 1BQ The post Hotel Motel One London Tower Hill | Budget Hotel in London’s East End appeared first on The Gay Passport. ..read more
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HOTELS Check-in Check-out Guests 1 2 3 4 Rooms 1 2 3 4 Search Who wants to head to the sun, in search of a summer of love? This is everything you need to know about Thailand’s tropical islands and the world’s most beautiful beaches. Check this out before packing your suitcase and get ready for a long hot summer. Thailand is famous for having some of the best sandy beaches, tropical islands, and super lux 5-star hotels. Felipe and Andriy from the thirst filled Instagram accounts of FollowFelipe and FollowAndriy, spent 15 days exploring three of Thailand best beach destinations. Phuket, Krabi and Koh Samui. 3 paradise destinations, 5 epic hotels and countless oiled up, bums out pics for the gram. We may receive compensation when you click on links but it will never cost you any extra. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, visit this page. INFINTIY POOL SUNSETS, PHUKET Phuket Probably Thailand’s most famous island. Think crystal blue waters, white sand and a choice of deserted beaches in the north or packed party vibes in Patong. Phuket is in South West Thailand along the Andaman coast. From here you can easily reach other must see beach destinations: Krabi, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta, and Khoa Lak all within a 2 hour drive / ferry. Perfect for some island hopping. The SIS Kata Phuket What did you think of the hotel? We love how close it was to all the major attractions around Phuket. A one hour boat ride to the Koh Phi Phi islands and the surrounding beach, a 10min taxi ride to Patong without having to stay in all the crazy hustle. Inside the hotel, we thought The SIS Kata had the best breakfast in all the five hotels we visited, the largest selection and the best tasting overall. Lastly, the sunset rooftop pool was the best hangout area in the hotel! Overall, hotel staff were super accommodating and very gay-friendly (so many of them are gay). There were also other gay couples staying in the resort who we were able to socialize with. Anything you didn’t like? We thought that the room was a good size but needed a bit more light or warmth. It felt cozy but sometimes a little dark. More Info: Phuket Gay Guide | Hotel Info ISLAND HOPPING SOFITEL STYLE, KRABI Krabi Located just two hours drive from Phuket, Krabi is Phuket’s quieter and more relaxed cousin. The area is famous for its sheer cliffs and pillers that streach up out of the sea. Ideal for rock climbing. Famous beaches included Ao Nang, Railay and Klong Muang. Krabi also has its own airport and a large ferry network making it easy to get around and reach nearby Koh Phi Phi, Koh Lanta, and Phuket. Sofitel Krabi Phokeethra Golf And Spa Resort What did think of your Krabi hotel: We loved the pool! That pool was massive, it has to be one of the largest pools that I’ve ever been to! The largest pool in Thiland and we loved how our room had immediate access to the pool, with a private swimming area for us. The room was also massive! Anything you didn’t like: The Sofitel location is out from the main town, quiet and peaceful but if you wanted to explore on your own or walk to a restaurant or bar you would have to take the hotel’s complimentary shuttle about 20mins. More Info: Krabi Gay Guide | Hotel Info Island Hopping Sofitel Style Pool Acess Suites EPIC HILLSIDE POOL VILLAS, SAMUI Koh Samui – Taling Ngam Koh Samui is Thailand from travel brochures, quiet white sandy beaches, jungle covered mountains and luxury resorts sournding the island. It is relatively quiet island with only a few party spots along Chaweng Beach. Flying into Koh Samui airport is the easiest way to reach the island. It’s around an hour flight from Phuket and Krabi. On the southern tip of Koh Samui sits, Conrad. Perched on the steep hillside with 66 private pool villas. Conrad Koh Samui What did you think about the hotel: This hotel beat our expectations out of the water, the pool villas were on point with every detail, very modern but still with a tad of Thai taste to it. The sunset view directly ahead of the property really made it worth the visit. There were a lot of young couples so I think it’s easier to blend in with the other guests. Anything you didn’t like: This is a hard question, maybe having to order a golf cart to ride around the resort but it wasn’t that bad to be honest More Info: Koh Samui Gay Guide | Hotel Info THREE FLOOR JUNGLE POOL VILLA, SAMUI ..read more
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