No guesswork here. Gay New York offers every kind of experience for every kind of visitor. It can be an overwhelming city, but with the proper planning, New York will be an incredible experience.
A friendly hotel celebrating time-honored classics and creative gumption. Inspired design, unprecedented hospitality and the best bed you'll ever sleep on. The Ace chain, viewed as hip and urban, was begun by three gay men in
By Andrew WongJuly 3rd, Well, hold up. Rather, these are the newest gay hotels in NYC that are proud to have had their grand openings or a fab remodel recently and ready to welcome guests of all different persuasions.
Welcome to the capital of the world! And more importantly, welcome to my home. I hope you enjoy your stay.
By Andrew Collins. Historians have chronicled a vibrant, discernible gay scene here as far back as the s. Manhattan might be the epicenter of NYC gay life, but there's a growing gay community in the outer boroughs, especially in Brooklyn with its Park Slope neighborhood.
The Stonewall Innoften shortened to Stonewallis a gay bar and recreational tavern in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower ManhattanNew York Cityand the site of the Stonewall riots ofwhich is widely considered to be the single most important event leading to the gay liberation movement and the modern fight for LGBT rights in the United States. The original Inn, which operated between andwas located at 51—53 Christopher Streetbetween West 4th Street and Waverly Place. The current management bought the bar in and have operated it as the Stonewall Inn ever since.
Gay and lesbian travelers account for a sizeable portion of the New York tourism market. Some, however, go further than others, either by investing in targeted advertising or by offering special packages and discounts. The Muse is part of the San-Francisco-based Kimpton Hotel chain, the first hotel company to ever receive a percent score on the Corporate Equality Index. Gay and lesbian employees are represented at every level of the company, according to the LGBT microsite, and the chain often offers special LGBT discounts, like the "Summer of Pride" deal.
How did that happen? Walking into the world of hospitality was a rebirth for me. Previously, I had a career as a professional ballet dancer.