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Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Denver Colorado (2022 Updated)

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Lesbiangaybisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in the United States have evolved in recent decades. However, LGBT Americans may still face some legal and many social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents, particularly in states with large conservative populations, such as in the Deep South; in rural areas; and in some Native American tribal nations.

U.S. federal law does not explicitly include protections against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. In June 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that sexual orientation and gender identity are included under “sex” as a prohibited ground of employment discrimination in the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Same-sex sexual activity is legal in ArkansasSame-sex marriage became briefly legal through a court ruling on May 9, 2014, subject to court stays and appeals.
Denver has a long history of being a  gay friendly resort and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as  Triangle Denver or Charlie’s Denver the most famous gay bars in Denver, Colorado.
Denver, the capital of Colorado, is an American metropolis dating to the Old West era. Larimer Square, the city’s oldest block, features landmark 19th-century buildings. Museums include the Denver Art Museum, an ultramodern complex known for its collection of indigenous works, and the mansion of famed Titanic survivor Molly Brown. Denver is also a jumping-off point for ski resorts in the nearby Rocky Mountains.

 

1. The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver

The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Situated in the heart of downtown Denver and steps away from the action of the city, this boutique hotel features a fun and friendly atmosphere, complete with all the modern conveniences.

the Curtis-a Doubletree Hotel features a unique and whimsical atmosphere. Guests can enjoy state-of-the-art in-room technologies, such as iPod speaker systems, as well as an on-site store selling candy, retro toys and other eclectic items.

Only minutes from the Curtis Doubletree’s front doors and guests will find a variety of area attractions. Entertainment options, gourmet restaurants, shopping districts and much more are all located within walking distance.

Across from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, this trendy hotel is a 13-minute walk from the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

Modern rooms with pop-culture themes offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus iPod docks and coffeemakers. Some rooms have mini fridges. Suites add living spaces with pull-out sofas and bar areas.

A modern restaurant features international fare and a martini bar. Other amenities include a fitness center, a Starbucks coffee shop, and a gift shop selling retro treats and games.

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Escape to downtown Denver’s refreshing new hotel experience. The Curtis Hotel, remodeled and reopened in January of 2007, features chic, contemporary guest rooms and all of the amenities that one would expect from a world-class hotel.

The best thing about The Curtis is its location – across the street from the DCPA, two blocks to the 16th St Mall, 3 blocks from Larimer Square, about an equal distance from the Convention Center. We stayed there over the Holidays, during the disruption from a major lobby renovation. But the hotel tried to make it up to guests and make the best of a difficult situation. The decor is a bit quirky for adults, but could appeal to younger folks. Our moderate sized room was comfortable and clean. Staff were friendly and helpful. Oh, and did I say it is in a great location if you want to be in the center of the action downtown?

Our room itself is spacious and had great decor with a very good view of the mountains. The staff also surprised us with a very nice bottle of brut and some chocolates and in general, I found the staff very professional and friendly.

The location is excellent in that it’s in LoDo and a 5-10 min walk away to Larimer Square or the 16th St Mall, etc. The front desk also left a note with their recommendations for things to do and restaurants and bars that they personally like – which is a nice touch and helpful, especially for tourists.

We had breakfast at The Corner Office Restaurant and loved it. I would definitely recommend grabbing some breakfast/brunch there, if at all possible.

The location is great just steps away from the Denver Center for the Performing Arts and like two blocks from the 16th Street Mall. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The theming and decor of the hotel are extremely fun. We stayed in the Fun & Games and the Sci-Fi themed rooms. Both were very well done and very fun. The regular room we stayed in fine, just a bit on the small side.

My only complaint about The Curtis was the bathrooms. They were small and the showers had a tendency to get water all over the floor. If we were to find ourselves back in Denver I don’t want to stay anyplace but The Curtis.

In the room, there was a fridge, but no mini bar, so I’d recommend stocking up on snacks. Due to the hotel’s central location in Denver, there are many places nearby where you can buy stuff for the room. The reception area also had a fridge with soda and water.

Overall, the room offered most of the amenities I would expect of a Hilton, including good Wi-Fi and a good TV with lots of channels. The AC also worked fine, although it was very noisy.

My Ghostbusters room was also super cool. It had a framed photo with autographs from the cast, and a very cool mural. There were also a nice effect on the floor, which looked like slime, and some cool photos from the movies. As a huge fan of Ghostbusters, it was definitely fun to stay in that room (and we watched the movie on a laptop while staying there, of course).

The floor and public places were horror-themed and decorated with some very cool things from classics like The Shining and Poltergeist. Indeed, many of the floors each had a theme – like superheroes, TV shows and more. Really cool touch.

Overall, a great hotel in a very central location and it was fun to stay in the themed rooms! I would definitely stay again.

Gay Friendly Hotels Denver
Gay Friendly Hotels Denver

How much does a room costs at The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel?

Prices start 125$/night for Queen Room. The Queen Room- High Floor is  155$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This double room has air conditioning and satellite TV.

Where to book online – The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado – you can find the best hotels deals in Denver during Parade of Lights which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Denver CO on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

2. HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek 4* – Gay Hotels Denver Colorado

HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek
HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek

 

Amid shops and restaurants in the trendy Cherry Creek area, this upscale, modern hotel is 3 miles from Denver Art Museum and 24 miles from Denver International Airport.

Sleek, airy rooms offer city views, free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and Nespresso machines, plus sitting areas. Upgraded rooms have Juliet balconies or furnished terraces, while chic suites add living rooms. Some provide soaking tubs and/or loft sleeping areas.

There’s an Italian restaurant and a 24/7 gym. Breakfast and valet parking are extra. A rooftop pool, bar, hot tub and deck have city views. An amenity fee covers use of a local shuttle and loaner scooters.

Halcyon is modern luxury on the unassuming side. Come reside in comfort among friends at in Cherry Creek. Voted #4 in Colorado by Conde Nast Traveler, Readers’ Choice Award in 2019.
The best part of this hotel is a glassed in room by the elevators that’s filled with sporting equipment, cool books, lots of records to play on the record player in your room, bikes and much more. You have to ask at the front desk for someone to let you in while you figure out what to borrow. We picked out lots of records to play in our room. The second cool thing about the hotel is the wonderful rooftop pool and lounge area. We took lots of photos and even went swimming.
The photos look fabulous. Our room on a corner was pleasant and thoughtfully arranged. The hotel building is among several high rise buildings but a block away from an upscale mall. We didn’t eat at one of the many restaurants, but ended up going to Whole Foods and carrying that back to the room

 The interior of the room is nicely appointed with beautiful white marble tiles in a herringbone pattern in the shower. I love the fact that they were able to include a very small refrigerator, an amenity that seems to be disappearing from most hotel rooms. The room was small but the high ceilings gave the feeling of a much larger space. I loved that no matter what floor you are in, you can’t hear footsteps from the rooms above or even the hallways.

The rooms are very quiet, unless he windows are open. Beds are very comfortable as well. The front desk always has croissants, muffins and scones in the am plus they can make any type of coffee beverage to go or to enjoy on the premises. The hotel has quite a few amenities such as bikes and a pool deck on the roof. The staff was incredibly helpful no matter what request. Cherry creek is a nice area and there are a lot of available nearby amenities such as a post office, restaurants, spas and Aldo Whole Foods. Valet gets a bit busy and we had a couple of instances where the car was not capes, but staff was very apologetic and offered free valet. We really enjoyed our stay.

To start, it’s in a great neighborhood. Cherry Creek area has lots of restaurants, shops (primarily home / design), a Whole Foods nearby, and a big lux mall with Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Restoration Hardware etc. 5-minutes away. It’s also a short-drive to the Botanic Gardens – highly recommend this as an outing. It’s really well done.

For neighborhood comparison, The Ritz in Denver is in an area with more high-rise buildings and a more business feel. It is also a short walk to a main street with local shops and restaurants.

The hotel is beautiful. It’s about 1.5years old and it’s design makes you feel at home.
The hallways to the hotel rooms are wood with welcome mats built flush into the floor. A design element that makes it feel purposeful, not an afterthought. There was a wood entryway to the room leading to carpet in the main area. These types of touches make you feel more at home, not like you entered just another hotel.

In the morning, coffee and pastries were complimentary, and in the evening wine and beer were complimentary. Valet parking is half-off for guests ($20 versus regular $40), and they have a “secret” speakeasy in the basement. You have to text a #, get the ok for a time. Entrance is outside and around the building. Their house car is a Range Rover.

Two restaurants are accessible from the lobby, Quality Italian (hostess was not very friendly, but it was a good experience other than that), and Departures.

Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado
Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado

How much does a room costs at HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek?

Prices start 195$/night for Queen Room.

Where to book online – HALCYON, a hotel in Cherry Creek – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado – you can find the best hotels deals in Denver during Parade of Lights which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Denver CO on Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

3. The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver CO

The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
The Curtis- A DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton offers pet-friendly accommodation in Denver, 0.6 miles from Colorado Convention Center. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Private parking is available on site.

Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms feature a seating area to relax in after a busy day. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Rooms come with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, free toiletries and a hairdryer.

FIRE restaurant serves breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner and offers a cocktail hour.

This sophisticated, chic hotel is a 6-minute walk from Denver Art Museum, and less than a mile from the Colorado Convention Center.

Offering free Wi-Fi, the stylish, airy rooms and suites also have flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, 24-hour room service and luxury linens, as well as marble bathrooms. Some rooms have mountain views, and some suites add separate living areas.

The property has a cutting edge light art installation in its lobby, and a contemporary farm-to-table restaurant with a terrace and a cocktail lounge.

The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton captivates the senses. Stylish spaces, unique design and personalized service fuse with a cosmopolitan vibe to wow guests in all facets of their stay. In the heart of downtown, The Art Hotel Denver is steps away from the Denver Art Museum and Colorado History Center, centrally located to the government, legal, and financial districts, and surrounded by all that the Mile High City has to offer — dining, shopping and nightlife. More than just its name, the hotel brings art to life with a museum quality collection in the lobby and throughout each floor.
Every guest – from the casual observer to the erudite scholar – will discover The Art Hotel Denver to be a destination for inspiration and imagination. Our scenic surroundings, FIRE Restaurant and Terrace, banquet space and art collection create an environment that exudes contemporary luxury.
Have had an amazing stay at The Art! Would recommend to anyone wanting to stay in the art district. Housekeeping was so attentive and exacting. Our concierge Paul made what we asked for happen. Jargon the bartender makes killer drinks and great conversation…and you have to try the apple cider he makes. Even the valets are great! We are in a Capital Suite and enjoyed the layout with the balcony. The furniture is comfortable and the bed was great. Only complaint is the USB plugs on one side of bed are broken and fortunately I brought actual plug in chargers. Once again, highly recommend and will definitely make this one of my key places to stay when I visit my home state.
We stayed in a Capital Suite at the Art Hotel for a special occasion which proved to be a great pick. The progressive layout, sitting area, private balcony, & expansive sleeping quarter separated by French doors & populated with modern furniture appointment made for a wonderful stay. The artwork displayed throughout the hotel is of the owners private collection and is beautifully embraced by the building itself. We enjoyed a Rombauer & delicious lunch fare in “Fire”, a restaurant with exterior fire pits up on the second floor with large expanses of canted glass overlooking the city bustle below establishing a voyeuristic culinary experience.
Management granted us a late check-out for our special occasion which was much appreciated. We played tourist to wander the City’s Art Museum, Civic Center Park, and primary Library by Michael Graves all within a block walk of the Hotel. Would definitely recommend the Art Hotel for romantic getaway or cultural urban weekend, or Fire for cocktails in a bustling city setting.
The hotel is such a fun place to stay. The rooms are very fresh and modern. Simply decorated, all with unique artwork in each room. The beds and linens are super comfy. The rooms are quiet and very relaxing. The bathrooms feature an awesome shower and nice touches like double sinks and a lighted make up mirror.
The bar in on the 4th level off of the hotel lobby. It has an awesome Happy Hour from 3-6 daily with really yummy food and drink specials. There are fire pits outside of the bar where you can sit and enjoy your refreshments. They even have a s’mores bar with Hershey’ chocolate bars, Kit Kat’s and Reese’s peanut butter cups!
The location is wonderful. Plenty of metered street parking and a friendly neighborhood. Of course the Art Museum is right around the corner. A short walk takes you to the Capital Building and park.
If you want to go off property, they have a complimentary car service. The drivers, Nick and Joey super friendly and helpful After we picked up a family member at Union Station, Joey dropped us all off for dinner and even took our luggage back to the hotel for us! The service runs until 10pm.
I would highly recommend the Art Hotel whether you are traveling for work or pleasure. We have found great deals for this property on Booking.com. It’s really a unique luxury hotel.
gay friendly hotels in denver
gay friendly hotels in denver

How much does a room costs at The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton?

Prices start 150$/night for King Room . The One Bedroom King Suite with Mountain View  is 250$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Where to book online – The Art Hotel Denver, Curio Collection by Hilton – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado – you can find the best hotels deals in Denver during Parade of Lights which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Denver CO on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

4. Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Denver

Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel
Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel

Offering a restaurant on site, this hotel is 10 minutes’ walk from Colorado Convention Center. Free Wi-Fi access is available. All guest rooms are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV.

Each air-conditioned room includes a seating area with a work desk, a small refrigerator and coffee-making facilities at Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel. An en suite bathroom with a hairdryer is also provided.

Range serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Downtown Denver Renaissance Hotel. A fitness centre and a business centre are available.

Hotel details

Housed in the former Colorado National Bank building built in 1915, this polished hotel in Downtown is a 4-minute walk from 16th Street Mall and 11 minutes on foot from the Colorado Convention Center.

Refined rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, coffee makers and mini fridges. Club-level rooms add access to a lounge that offers complimentary evening snacks. Suites include separate living rooms with dining areas.

There’s an upscale restaurant/bar, a casual cafe and an airy, elegant lobby lounge. Other amenities include a gym, and 9 meeting rooms in the old bank vaults.

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A Hotel with a Story to Tell – Nearly a century after it was constructed, Denver’s beloved Colorado National Bank building has been reimagined as Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center hotel. Providing guests with a modern experience in one of Colorado’s most historic buildings, the Renaissance showcases original design elements and architecture juxtaposed with the accommodations, amenities and comforts of a modern luxury hotel.

This is a beautiful hotel set in a great location. Once the Colorado National Bank, this building has been renovated into a modern hotel. The Renaissance beds are comfortable (their signature) and the linens pressed crisp. Very modern lines and artwork with a nod to the building’s history. Our room was well appointed with coffee maker, refrigerator, and robe but no in-room safe (a bit of irony). No pool but a lovely fitness center with plenty of machines, free weights, mats, etc.

The concierge lounge served a hearty breakfast and fresh fruits as well as a nice evening selection of appetizers. Hotel is well-situated in downtown, walking distance to the Capitol building, Civic Center Park, and 16th Street Mall. Best of all, the service is exceptional-their people here, from check-in to lounge to the coffee bar are genuinely welcoming make all the difference-this is our Denver hotel.

Location:
You are a half a block from the 16th street mall and well situated and walking distance of many things you would come to Denver for that are downtown. Including sports stadiums, the Mint, the Capital, and the convention center to name a few.

The Staff:
Fantastic!!!! The people at the front greeting you always do so with a smile and are welcoming. The front desk people are friendly, welcoming and very accommodating. They make sure you understand the property and where everything is located.

The lobby:
Super unique, remember this is an old bank so it still has the vault and other attributes you would come to expect. The lobby is very spacious and they will decorate it, as seen in pictures. With the space you have room to work and sit at the bar. The bar serves a pared down version of the restaurants menu but with enough selections to please just about anyone. The drink menu is also well stocked.

The lounge:
Unlike most other concierge lounges this one over looks the lobby so it is pretty cool place to sit and chill as well as people watch. They have great bites to eat and the standard breakfast.

The rooms:
I have stayed in a variety of rooms, some of the pictures included, I lost other ones. Their suites are huge and enough room to hold small meetings and work, actually did that. The regular rooms are spacious and comfortable. They are well appointed and have a modern flare. If you are on the executive level you are actually on the second floor. They do a good job of limiting the street noise as much as possible but there might be some, personally I like it, so be aware.

Bathrooms:
Bathrooms are nice size and have quality accessories. They have been updated. SOme have unique features such as a tv in the mirror.

Recommendation:
Stay here if you can, it is a great hotel all the way around. Love this property.

Gay Friendly Hotels Denver CO
Gay Friendly Hotels Denver CO

How much does a room costs at Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel?

Prices start 130$/night for Standard King RoomThe Deluxe King Room is  155$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This air-conditioned room includes free Wi-Fi, a seating area with a work desk and a flat-screen cable TV. A small refrigerator, coffee-making facilities and an en suite bathroom equipped with a hairdryer are also provided.

Where to book online – Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver CO – you can find the best hotels deals in Denver during Parade of Lights which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Denver CO on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

 

5. Grand Hyatt Denver 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver Colorado

Grand Hyatt Denver
Grand Hyatt Denver

Located 250 yards from 16th Street Mall, this hotel features a bar and a restaurant on site. An indoor pool is available for guest relaxation. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV and free WiFi.

Rooms here will provide you with a seating area with a work desk and coffee-making facilities. An en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries is also provided at Denver Grand Hyatt.

Courier Market Kitchen and Bar serves classic dishes reinvented in a historic newsroom-themed setting. Fireside Bar offers appetizers and drinks and a full Starbucks is also available on site. Guests can enjoy an outdoor jogging track and an outdoor tennis court at the rooftop Skycourt.

Set on a bustling street in Downtown, this high-end hotel is 9 minutes’ walk from the 16th Street Mall, 2 miles from I-25 and a 12-minute walk from the Colorado Convention Center.

Warm rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus coffeemakers and rainfall showers. Club-level rooms add access to a lounge with complimentary continental breakfast and snacks. Suites come with living rooms; some have kitchenettes.

There’s a casual pub, a bar and a Starbucks coffee shop. A top-floor fitness center features an indoor heated pool, a rooftop tennis court and a running track.

The Four Diamond AAA award winning Grand Hyatt Denver is in the heart of the Mile High City’s business district and one short block from 16th Street Mall. Complete with a host of comforts, each spacious accommodation, one of the region’s largest, features the Hyatt Grand Bed, well-lit work stations and free guest room WiFi. The hotel offers outdoor jogging track and tennis court, indoor pool and complimentary 24 hour fitness facility.
In-room dining is available around the clock. Linear stacked sandstone fireplaces in the lobby provides a warm welcome for arriving guests. Visit Courier . market | bar | kitchen where you’ll find classic dishes reinvented and locally sourced innovative cocktails as well as a grab-and-go market. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
 Within easy walking distance, we could get to a variety of restaurants, local breweries, the Capitol building, shopping, convenience stores, and local culture (For example “The Unsinkable Molly Brown Museum”).
The room was extremely spacious, with lots of room between the furniture and an extra lounge/chaise. The bathroom had a very long shower, which was nice, but also a little odd. The only slightly negative thing is where I was at–close to the elevator shafts, I could hear the elevators go up and down all day and all night. It wasn’t loud and when you had the TV on, you could forget about it, but they should add something within the walls to deaden the elevator sounds.

Stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and we really enjoyed it. The room was modern and comfortable, pleasantly surprised to find a mini fridge in the room. Bed was comfortable, we could have used a few more towels but that was not a deal breaker.

We had the King Club room which gave us access to the Club Room. The breakfast was a traditional continental breakfast, nothing to write home about, but the evening appetizers the nights we were there were fantastic! The waitstaff were super friendly and attentive. The free sodas, water, juice, coffee/tea was appreciated. Alcohol was an honor bar so not free, but we knew that ahead of time.

The staff are super helpful, we had 2 maintenance issues during our stay, we notified the front desk and the issues were fixed by the time we returned later that afternoon. They even left a card explaining what happened and how it was fixed. I appreciated that.

The hotel is about 2 blocks from 16th Street Mall and 8 or so blocks from Union Station and Coors Field. Very centrally located. There is a 7-11 on the corner for some basics, or the hotel has a small market within the restaurant/bar if you need something NOW!

Free postcards! The hotel provided free postcards, you fill in the postcard they will drop the postage on it and mail it for you! LOVED THAT, so did my mom, cause she got a postcard!

I would stay here again.

he Grand Hyatt Denver was a very nice hotel. The room was clean with plenty of space. Housekeeping did an excellent job. It is centrally located in downtown Denver with quick access to the multitude of shopping & eating establishments in downtown. It was also within walking distance or the free MallRide bus I was able to grab at Union Station after getting off the train from the airport, making transportation to & from the hotel very easy.
With the MallRide being a free bus, there were unfortunately some “colorful” characters riding on it so I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it at night, by yourself. However, the hotel itself was very well located. The bed was a little hard for me, but it was clean with lots of pillows. The breakfast buffet was a little pricey, but the food was great!
Gay Friendly Hotels Denver
Gay Friendly Hotels Denver

How much does a room costs at Grand Hyatt Denver?

Prices start 115$/night for King Room. The Corner King is  130$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This air-conditioned room features a seating area, a work desk and a flat-screen TV with satellite cable channels. A private bathroom with a hairdryer is also included.

Where to book online – Grand Hyatt Denver – Gay Friendly Hotels Denver CO – you can find the best hotels deals in Denver during Parade of Lights which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Denver CO on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.