Spring Break! Road trip! Vacation! Whatever you call it, if you give a gay guy a week off, most likely we'll use it to travel. It's one of the things gay men and women like to do whether we are escaping the routine of our been-there, done-him hometown or heading off on a business trip with some pleasure mixed in, theres nothing like being the new kid in town; the possibilities seem endless!
And between filling a hundred travel-size bottles of pomades and product to loading the Louis Vuitton luggage with a different outfit for each hour of the day, the last thing we want to worry about is the hotel: is there room service, a work out facility, a hair dryer? And while these are common concerns for any traveler, gays must also consider if the hotel staff will smirk if two men request a single queen bed or if theyll raise an eyebrow if we slink in at 3 AM with a new friend whose name we cant quite remember? No one wants to be judged, especially not when they are traveling in an unknown city. We want to feel welcomed and appreciated!
PrideHotelGuide, a division of Pride City Guide (PCG), can help. PCG has scoured the country, touring hotels to identify those that we believe offer the gay traveler a unique experience. Weve found hotels that welcome gay business that know the value of our dollars and have invested in their own marketing efforts in order to reach our population.
Pride City Guide has partnered with gay-friendly hotels, gay bed and breakfasts and upscale inns, and distinctive boutique hotels that appeal to our community. And not any hotel can be featured on Pride City Guide its by invitation only: the hotels listed in PCG have committed to maintaining a welcoming, gay-friendly atmosphere so your visit will be as pleasant as possible.
The establishments on PCG include a wide range of gay friendly convention hotels and gay owned and operated vacation rentals all in one place, listed with the important information you want to know and organized with an easy to search interface. Weve organized the hotels by city including traditional travel hot spots like Fort Lauderdale, San Francisco and New York City alongside more business-centric travel locations like Chicago, Atlanta and Houston. As we grow, we will add mid-markets from the Midwest to the Gulf shores in an effort to be the most complete travel website for the gay community.
Not only does Pride City Guide feature gay friendly hotels and other sorts of accommodations, once you enter the site, youll also find a wealth of information on where to go, what to do even where the gay friendly gyms, masseurs and gay-friendly retailers reside. So the next time you are planning that great getaway or just scheduling a practical business trip be sure to include a visit to PrideCityGuide. Well tell you everything you need to know.