There’s an oasis in Central London where time stands still, that is full of vivid colours and wonderful aromas, a place where you can just forget about the outside world, your troubles, politics, and just release. The oasis is The […]
Down a tiny little street in the heart of Soho is a building that is so under the radar and discreet that you’d never know it was a hotel. With a sculpture of “Selene” standing proud on its facade, protecting […]
When visiting the Seychelles, I was lucky enough to stay at the stunning Eden Bleu Resort, situated on the east coast of the island, Mahé. Eden Bleu sits on a man-made private island and is surrounded by a marina with […]
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! The big selling point of the VidaMar has to be its swimming pools and sun lounge area, which, even in the middle of summer, was never crowded.
It is better to travel well than to arrive, at least, that’s how the saying goes. The idea being that the journey itself should be an equal experience, form part of the memory, add some quality to the overall excursion, as much as the destination. That’s the theory anyway.
A peaceful oasis where you and your game come first.
Located on the Boulavard de Waterloo in the Louise district of Brussels, the equivalent of Chelsea or Knightsbridge, but without the pretentious feeling that often is associated with those parts of London, The Hotel Brussels, is an ideal base of operations to explore and soak up the city’s vibes.
Unashamedly hip, effortlessly cool, functionally beautiful, Moxy Times Square is your queer-friendly one-stop shop. Meet, rest, play in the heart of NYC
Here’s why if you’re looking for a bit of winter sun in a gay-friendly resort, the Costa Del Sol should be high on your list
We hear many appealing things about gay hotspot Miami, and eyebrows start to raise when Fort Lauderdale, Florida wants to step up to contest with a gay scene that competes with all gay capitals around the globe. With fabulous beaches, […]
I shelved travelling to Gran Canaria for many years because I had horrors of being surrounded by youngsters on their first holiday along with every other restaurant serving a full English Breakfast. I would have probably been close to that […]