Key West is super gay! There are an impressive number of different gay resorts in Key West to pick from, so we've put together our 10 favourite, which also includes gay hotels and guesthouses. It's one of the largest male-only clothing-optional resorts we've ever been to. Whether you come here to enjoy the facilities on a Day Pass or stay overnight, Island House is a gay man's paradise! They have clothing optional pool parties every Wednesday between pm and on Sundays from pm. Facilities : there is a large outdoor Jacuzzi and heated pool with side bar, both open 24 hours a day.
We have stayed at Alexander's in the past, but they currently have a four night minimum. We loved it, but it was on the pricey side. The Island House seems too much of a scene. We are thinking about Big Rubys or Equator. I heard that Coconut Grove was a dump.
By Andrew Collins. For decades, the legendary resort town of Key West , at the very southern tip of Florida, has been a magnet with gay and lesbian travelers, many who have ultimately decided to live here. Warm both in climate and personality, funky Key West draws LGBT vacationers year-round though is especially popular as a gay spring break getaway. Here are some of the best hotels and gay resorts in Key West. For many repeat guests, that's the reason they love staying here.
Gay travelers are greeted in Key West by an accepting society that prides itself on being one of the first gay travel destinations globally to truly take off, as well as waving palm trees, turquoise waters and colorful conch houses. The wild gay annual events like Tropical Heat, Fantasyfest and Womenfest still draw in record crowds, the Duvel Street gay nightlife continue to expand, clothing option gay resorts remain fulled booked, and there are more drag shows than we could count. In this article we will cover We found our favorite memories were watching the sunset from a relaxing cocktail bar, dancing till dawn with our queer family, or laying on any of Key West gay beaches. After all being gay-friendly is about providing a non-judgmental and respectful environment in which all people are treated equally.