Places Which Welcome Gay Couples for Honeymoon 

Places Which Welcome Gay Couples for Honeymoon

These perfect destinations (from Napa to the Caribbean) all have two things in like manner - they're gay-accommodating and make for the ideal love bird retreat. 

  • Las Vegas, Nevada 
Why it’s Hot: Whether it's Barry Manilow, Celine, or Donny and Marie, Sin City has your most loved celebrity (or celeb impersonator) to help celebrate your new coupledom. Cash in big at roulette, snag front-line seats to Cirque de Soleil, book the 16-course tasting menu at Joel Robuchon or shake and dance 'til day break at Krave 

Where to Stay: Mega-hotel Mandalay Bay (regularly alluded to as "Mandalay Gay," in light of its popularity with gay couples) has one of the greatest and best pool complexes on the Strip. Lounge poolside on a padded chaise at the adult only Moorea Beach Club, where European sunbathing (that's, ahem, topless) is de rigueur, thanks to iridescent glass panes. 

  • Key West, Florida 
Why it’s Hot: This vivid island is similar to heaven for honeymooners, with modern workmanship, theatre and live music that range from salsa to show tunes. A drag ruler or two just adds to the crazy, thoughtful appeal of the key, whose official proverb is "one human family." Choose from an assortment of couple-accommodating exercises: Take the gay and lesbian notable trolley voyage through Key West or visit Ernest Hemingway's previous home-turned-historical centre. 

Where to Stay: Enjoy the old-world-persona meets-modern luxury feel of the tropically motivated Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa, where every visitor room has a private balcony. Toast your new union on a nightfall sailboat journey, book an unwinding couple's back rub at the Jala Spa, and absorb the Gulf of Mexico breeze over crisp snapper and key lime pie at the on location eatery. 

  • Napa Valley, California 
Why It's Hot: With around 400 wineries, beautiful Napa is the nearest you can get to Tuscany sans travel permit. Whether you're wine specialists or vino virgins, you'll appreciate wandering through the amazing vineyards, hip farmhouses and beguiling wine basements, while tasting full-bodied cabernets, on a wine visit. For a break from the pinot, enjoy some pampering in Calistoga, known for its mud showers and volcanic hot springs. For supper, share a romantic feast in your comfortable fireside stall at Brannan's Grill. 

Where to Stay: Relax in a sumptuous jumbo bed at Milliken Creek Inn and Spa, a luxury 12-room boutique property encompassed by vineyards. In the wake of halting by the inn's Magic Hour to test neighbourhood wines and cheeses, head up to your space for a soak in your curiously large hydrotherapy tub.

  • Waikiki, Hawaii 
Why it’s Hot: Honolulu's well known urban shoreline is the perfect spot to loosen up. Go at Queen's Surf Beach in Kapolei Park, or go to the more the nation like Diamond Head shoreline. The ideal festival to mix with different couples, don't miss Hula's Bar and Lei Stand's week by week gay sailboat voyage. 

Where to Stay: The Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, seemingly fronts the best extend of the world-well known shoreline. Take a dunk in two freshwater pools, work up a sweat at a Sumba party and get into the notch over May tails with live Hawaiian excitement at the outside Moan Terrace.


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