The Las Vegas gay scene has a friendly, small-town feel. There are a number of vibrant gay bars and clubs for all types. While bars are sprinkled throughout the city, there are mainly two groupings.
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By Andrew Collins. Just a three-mile drive north from the Strip or south from the downtown Fremont hotels, these centrally-located hour private clubs are easy to reach and fairly close to many of the major gay bars and nightlife spaces as well as many major major casino resorts. It is just under 30 minutes outside of Las Vegas.
How Gay Friendly is Las Vegas? This will be our first trip to the city and we are geeked about it. We will be celebrating my partners birthday and I want to splurge as much as possible. I've read on various posts that hotels tend to go out of the way for you if you mention that you are celebrating an occasion birthday, anniversary etc My question is if this courtesy is extended to gay couples as well?
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Time to wave your rainbow flag in the air and show that pride we all know you have. Always curvy, never straight. If you hold your pinky up while you sip on your dry martini, head over to The Smith Center for Performing Arts.
Gay Las Vegas combines the best in entertainment with a sparkling array of activities that offers something for everyone. This was the inaugural year for the award, which recognizes global travel and hospitality providers that exemplify the spirit of inclusiveness. This award also recognizes innovators who constantly improve their amenities and service levels.
Check out our insiders gay guide to Las Vegas, with tips on the best gay bars, clubs and restaurants in the city. From the stylish Wynn to the super gay friendly Mandalay Bay, Vegas hotels have a warm welcome for gay visitors! Find the best places to stay and play.
June is just too hot -- not sweaty-sexy-ripped-bodies hot, but sweaty-drag-queens-with-eyeliner-running-down-their-faces hot. That said, there are still plenty of places to celebrate Pride in Vegas, this and every other month of the year. This is Vegas, after all.
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