Luxury resorts, romantic scenery, extraordinary hotels and most importantly tolerant policies make these destinations the perfect match for the growing number of LGBT travelers.
Gay travel industry is rapidly growing and gay owned hotels or traditional gay destinations are no longer the primary draw. Such beautiful places like Hawaii, South Africa, and Bora-Bora now also offer gay marriage and anti-discrimination laws that can put same sex couples at ease. After all, eliminating out of date attitudes LGBT honeymooners want to be able to hold hands or exchange a kiss on the beach like everyone else. Regarding today’s society behaviour, there is no wonder that tourism agencies are switching their focus and reaching out to the gay travel sector.
As gay travel is on the rise being a gay friendly accommodation these days means more than just putting up a rainbow flag, everything revovles around the sensitivity and intelligence.
So what makes a place like a hotel a gay friendly hotel? What criteria determine if it is gay friendly hotel or not? It is not just ads in gay publications or a feeling you get from the advertisements, not something that only gay people might pick up on, is it? Straightest answer is that the destinations and hotels must meet these criteria in order to ensure that vacation experience is pleasurable and comfortable: