by Jamie Tabberer A lift – or in that delicious New York drawl, an ‘elevator’ – can say a lot about a hotel. Being easily spooked, I usually detest them. Thus, any distraction is welcome, from music to low-lighting or […]
Christmas is over and the dreaded January march has begun. The best way to get through the worst month of the year? Go travelling and search out some winter sun in these idyllic gay-friendly destinations. 1. San Francisco, California I’ve […]
Mexico is vast and stunning country, but many travellers never make it past Cancun or Tijuana. Puerto Vallarta is a coastal city that sits on the western coast just south of Mexico City, and it is chock full of fun […]
Welcome to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico’s gayest city, and second only to Rio as the gayest city in all of Latin America. This is a city that, amidst its staunch Catholic roots, has a history of LGBT rights that spans back […]
When we think about a gay-friendly hotel, there are a lot of things that come to mind. While you may not necessarily want a built-in dark room, you’ll want to know that you’ll be safe, comfortable and enjoy your stay. […]
by Jamie Tabberer With 62 rooms and suites, the Roslin Beach Hotel in Essex’s Southend-on-Sea, or Southend, is one of only a small handful of first-class hotels in this enduringly charming seaside town of 182,000. Its competitors, meanwhile, tend to […]
Vienna has a reputation for music and culture, trust me, you’ll hear a lot about Mozart and Beethoven while you’re there, and it’s that cultural appeal that draws in a lot of gay travellers like yourself. But there’s more to Austria’s […]
The USA is the place to visit if you love yourself a road trip, and with a country of that size there are plenty of routes to choose from. You may have already driven up the west coast of California, […]
One of the best ways to see the USA is by packing up your rental car and heading out on an old school road trip.
If you’re looking to go to a nudist beach in Lisbon, Praia 19 is where you need to head to.
The top nudist beaches of the UK from Dorset to Isle of Arran in Scotland.