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  • A gay friendly guide to Las Vegas

    Green Valley Ranch

    Green Valley Ranch ©Drew Bates/Flickr

    Would you like to go on a gay friendly getaway in Vegas? Do not worry! The Sin City warm-heartedly welcomes all lifestyles, it is in fact one of the most famous LGBT travel destinations.

    Go further to get some tips on a really pleasant gay friendly vacation in Las Vegas, and if you have any questions, just let us know in the comment section below.

    First trip to Vegas as a couple

    So you’ve never been to the Fabulous City before, you want to see all it can offer and you don’t mind to check out one or two gay bars/clubs while there? Stick to the Strip! The most well known (Bellagio, Luxor, the Venetian and so on) hotels and casinos welcome all travelers with open arms.

    It is good to know that The Encore Hotel Las Vegas at the Wynn is a really LGTB friendly place offering carefree packages with a concierge arranging all your bookings from restaurants to shows.

    The Encore Hotel Las Vegas

    The Encore Hotel Las Vegas ©Alexis Fam/Flickr

    Celebrating alone or with friends

    If you have already been to Vegas and you intend to have a lot of fun in the best gay/lesbian clubs and bars you do not have to wander far away from the Strip. For instance the Blue Moon Resort with its luxurious ambiance opens its doors exclusively for men.

    One more tip, Hard Rock Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is right in the heart of Las Vegas’s gay district surrounded by all sorts of gay friendly places.

    Romantic holiday for couples

    You want a few trips to the Strip but you basically want to keep away from the crowds and enjoy a quite holiday? You should rent a can to get around in Vegas and discover breathtaking landscapes.

    The top 3 hotels we recommend are the Mediterranean-ish Green Valley Ranch Resort, the chic Red Rock Casino Resort and the beautiful JW Marriott.

    Green Valley Ranch

    Green Valley Ranch ©Drew Bates/Flickr

    Not interested in casinos?

    If casinos are not a main appeal for you, you still have plenty of amazing activities to choose from. If you leave the immediate vicinity of the Strip, you will find some excellent non-gamer hotels with small casinos only.

    Go to the most spectacular shows like at the Cirque du Soleil, enjoy great shopping and restaurant and discover the amazing Nevada desert.

    Show at the Cirque du Soleil

    Amazing Cirque du Soleil show ©TBWABusted/Flickr

    Aiming for cheap travel

    You want the cheapest possible way to stay in Vegas. First you should get away from downtown and the main hub, you can get a comfy bed for a lot less in the outskirts.

    Hotels on the Strip can have discounts, but generally you should avoid them. Instead stay at the Sam’s Town or Suncoast for less and still not so far from everything.

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