Glamorous will have its launch night at its Short Street home on March 2 from 8pm and will see all guests given a free glass of bubbly upon entry. Also set to open soon is Kiki Lounge although the exact location of the bar is currently being kept under wraps. Looking for an older story? Search our archives.
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Home Destinations North America Caribbean. The Caribbean is a region of the Americas located southeast of the Gulf of Mexico. However, certain areas of the Caribbean are also infamous for their conservative politics and anti-gay laws. Spending a couple of weeks surrounded by palm trees and pina coladas might sound cute on paper, but just how safe is the Caribbean for the LGBTQ community? In this article, we explore the gay friendly Caribbean islands we rate as the safest and most alluring for LGBTQ travellers. Keep reading to the end for a list of dishonourable mentions; in other words, the gay no-fly zones that should be avoided like the plague. For more gaycation inspiration, be sure to read our detailed guide to the top gay travel holiday destinations in the world.
Here are some of the top all-inclusive resorts for gay couples and gay singles. One of the best all-inclusive resorts for gay couples is the Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta. For starters, the Pacific-Coast city is a hotspot for gay vacationers who love the nightlife and its annual mid-May Vallarta Pride festival. The Hyatt Ziva Puerto Vallarta lures travelers to lodge a few miles south of town, where they can enjoy swim-up suites, live entertainment, fitness and sports programs, and dining with oceanfront views. This Mediterranean island off the eastern coast of Spain is bursting with posh hotels and resorts.
The line between gay and straight bars is a blurry one in New Orleans, a place where diversity is a given and differences of perspective are celebrated in festivals like Southern Decadence. Even Easter has a gay parade. There are lively dance clubs, as well as neighborhood Cheers-style watering holes.