Thanks to the ease of the Internet and accessible world wide travel, LGBT travelers are now everywhere. On every continent we are there and we need a place to rest. Here are links to gay travel accommodations, lodgings, apartments, digs, hotels, motels, quarters, room and boards, rooming houses, shelters… well, maybe not exactly all of these. But here is a list of the best LGBT lodging and exchange sites:
EB&B (Enjoy Bed & Breakfast): https://www.ebab.com/
From Berlin: private accommodations of LGBT hosts in 560 cities and 69 countries.
Gay & Lesbian Bed & Breakfasts, Inns, Guesthouses,
Hotels, Travel Agents, & Tour Operators as well as
informative blog advice and stories about LGBT world travel.
“Each of our hand-picked properties provide the same welcome
to their gay guests as they do to all others. ‘Inclusivity’ works both ways so
none of our properties are exclusively gay.”
Accommodations, Cruises, Guidebooks + much more
North America and Europe Destination places to stay
TAG Approved Accommodations
Gay & LGBT Welcoming Hotels & Attractions Worldwide
(Note: the website GlobalGayLodging is NOT affiliated with
GlobalGayz.com or any other LGBT accommodation website.)
LGBT House swapping/trades:
Home Around the World
Perfect places to stay for gay tavellers and their friends
Mi Casa Su Casa
Gay and lesbian home trade network
GlobalGayz Accommodations Listing
The following places (gay-owned or gay-friendly) have written to GlobalGayz requesting a listing.
We list them as them come in, alphabetically by country.
Most are also listed in the accommodations websites above.
Arthur and Paul Hotel
#27 | Street 71 | Boeung Keng Kang 1
Phnom Penh , Cambodia
Self-catering Gay Owned Apartment
Malta (Gozo Island)
Dar tal-Kaptan Boutique Hotel
Rotorua (North Island)
Alpha Gay Resort
Also see this Time magazine article about upscale LGBT hotels:
From W to Wynn, Marriott to Kimpton, major hotel chains have been targeting lesbian and gay travelers for more than a decade. But now it’s gay hoteliers’ turn to court their own community. And why not? The LGBT travel market is worth an annual $63 billion in the U.S. alone, according to consumer-research firm Community Marketing Inc. “There have always been gay inns and B&Bs,” says Lords founder Brian Gorman. “This is the time to take this concept to a far larger scale…”Read more:http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,2034027,00.html#ixzz1ANRc1gxK