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1. The D Las Vegas 3* – Gay friendly hotels in Las Vegas
Located at the east end on the popular Fremont Street Experience pedestrian promenade, this Las Vegas hotel features a casino. Guests can relax and enjoy a drink at the on-site bar.
All rooms at The D Las Vegas provide cable TV. An in-room safe, ironing facilities and a hairdryer are also available in every guest room.
Guests of The D Las Vegas can play slot machines, table games, keno and more. The hotel offers nightly entertainment and an outdoor pool and hot tub. There is a 24-hour front desk, an ATM, ticket service and a gift shop at the property.
The D Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Joe Vicari’s Andiamo Italian Steakhouse is open for dinner and serves premium steaks, seafood, and classic Italian favorites. Dining options also include an on-site McDonalds and hot dogs from American Coney Island.
Set 5 miles from North Las Vegas Airport, this flashy hotel in a casino is 5 minutes on foot from the Fremont Street Experience and 1 mile from the Neon Museum.
The dramatically styled rooms provide safes, flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi. The contemporary 2-bedroom suites have separate living rooms, dining areas and cocktail bars, as well as rainfall showers and 3 TVs.
Parking is free. Other amenities consist of a 24-hour fitness room, an outdoor pool and a hot tub. Dining options include a steakhouse, a bistro and a hot dog stand, as well as a coffee cafe.
The D Las Vegas Casino Hotel is located on the iconic Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, owned and operated by Derek and Greg Stevens. the D delivers a fresh, energetic attitude and fun atmosphere that has become synonymous with the Neapolitan area. the D Las Vegas Hotel provides a haven of rest and relaxation just a few steps away from the city’s popular attractions like the Fremont Street Experience, Neon Museum, and SlotZilla Zip-line. The property features 629 contemporary rooms and suites, showroom with daily entertainment, multiple dining restaurants, Vegas’ only two-level casino, and numerous high-energy bars.
Nice Casino for the old downtown feel. Very good breakfast incl in the room rate. The room was very small and only double beds, not queens. Not the best for a tall person.
The decor was OK, the hallways being nicer than the actual rooms. McDonalds is in the Casino as well as Krispy Kreme donuts which is nice for those on a budget.
Price and value in consideration, I would recommend staying here. IT has since changes to “The D” which makes it sound like a gay swingers pad, but I am sure it is just as nice.
. After lots of consternation, we settled on Downtown Vegas, picking a hotel that plugs the owner’s hometown of Metro Detroit. If you’re not from Michigan, you might not even notice and that’s ok. I couldn’t be happier with our choice to stay Downtown. I’m very simple and like good value. Downtown Vegas and Fremont Street is not for everyone. If you have impressionable children, don’t stay or visit.
The street performers on Fremont Street are very provocative and is not appropriate for children and adults who are easily offended. We did visit the Strip on two occasions and the opulence is something to see. The over the top grandeur is part of the experience of going to Vegas. It’s simply amazing and beautiful. However, if you’re like me, you’re staying Downtown. Everything is cheaper. The gambling minimums are actually affordable. The comped drinks flow more readily and the food options are incredibly affordable.
We walked out of The D on Fremont with live music, DJs and amazing dining and gambling options. Downtown is not for everyone. The D nailed it with location, service, comfortable rooms and amazing gaming options. Downtown Vegas is what everyone wants to experience. The Strip is now overpriced and just doesn’t provide value. If you need opulence with no budget, stay at one of newer Strip mega resorts. Thanks to The D for your amazing hotel/casino. Our entire party loved our stay.
We simply love how there is so much Night life at this Hotel. Their second floor has many great bars and great food choices. The long bar on first floor is a must stop before you enter Fremont street. We found that it was so much easier just to keep re-entering the D and get our drinks.
Much stronger and faster. I offer this tip, get your room located as high up as possible so that the noise from Fremont does not keep you awake. We were on 27th floor and turned the AC fan to “on” and had no issues with sleep. Great staff.
How much does a room costs at The D Las Vegas ?
Prices start 25$/night for Deluxe Room. The Premium King Room is 41$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Located on the 17th floor and above and offering spectacular views of the Las Vegas Valley and surrounding mountains, these rooms include a sofa bed and a refrigerator. Room features a flat-screen HD TV with premium cable channels and the bathroom has a walk-in shower, complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. All rooms have a laptop compatible safe; black out drapes and ironing facilities.
Where to book online – The D Las Vegas – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas NV – you can find the best hotels deals in Las Vegas during Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Las Vegas NV on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Wynn Las Vegas 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas
Thisresort hotel on the offers modern and exotic experiences with a full-service spa, oasis style pools and a variety of exclusive brand name shops. Wynn is less than 5 miles from McCarran International Airport.
Wynn Las Vegas features a full casino with more than 1,800 slots and 26 poker tables. A wide selection of table games is also offered, including poolside blackjack. A uniqueis available at Wynn’s many boutiques, including Chanel and Louis Vuitton, and signature restaurants, buffets and cafes are open for dining. The nightclub, Intrigue, offers high-energy entertainment with state-of-the-art light and sound.
The upscale rooms of Wynn Las Vegas featurewindows with over Las Vegas. Wynn Dream beds, flat-screen TVs and WiFi are available in each room.
In an iconic curved high-rise on the Las Vegas Strip, this lavish casino hotel is 1 mile from Las Vegas Convention Center.
Plush rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows and pillow-top mattresses, plus Wi-Fi access, iPhone docks and flat-screen TVs. Luxe suites add individual features like massage rooms, granite wet bars, whirlpool tubs and/or free in-room breakfast.
Amenities include 2 luxe spas, gyms, pools and hot tubs, as well as an 18-hole golf course. There are 4 trendy nightclubs and live theater experiences like Le Rêve – The Dream, plus 260,000 sq ft of meeting space. Dining options range from gourmet restaurants to relaxed cafes.
This high end hotel cater to this New York city boy needs beautifully. Stayed at the Wynn Tower Suites ( worth every dollar i spent) room was true luxury spoiling from start to finish, furnished to perfection with big windows and all automatically – the bathroom alone is bigger than most nyc apartment i had ever seen, the king size bed in the bedroom was so comfy falling a sleep was not a problem and sweet dreams are guaranteed.
The private pool area was heaven, the service was superior and the fact it was reserved and not crowded made all the difference for me! ( if i can give them one tip is to allow to keep tabs open and not close it immediately after every order, that was little annoying but nothing to rub me off the wrong way ). Casino was great of course and people who came there LOVE not the Vegas trash scene but more elevated young fashion forward classy group of people i liked it! Gay scene is vibrant there as there were very cute good looking guys staying at the hotel and it felt good.
We absolutely loved staying at the Wynn. I recommend staying in the warmer months so you will be able to enjoy their pool area, we went to the adult pool to avoid have children in the pool but all the pools were very nice. Be warned the adult pool allows women to be topless but actually there were not many going topless that day. We are gay men so the topless aspect was not a plus for us, we just wanted the adult only aspect. I recommend finding a package for the hotel that includes a few buffets and then use those vouchers for dinner only. The Wynn has an amazing buffet and it is probably the best deal at the hotel.
ynn itself is the most elegantly appointed hotel on the strip while still maintaining its Las Vegas glitz factor. The Four Seasons at Mandalay Bay is quieter and more refined but could be in any city around the world… Wynn is simply the best of Las Vegas. The design of the public areas makes it seem as though there are less people than there really are. As a hotel guest, you don’t feel as though you are being observed by tourists seeing how the other half lives like a weird sociology Diorama… I felt like that at Bellagio.
The pool is accessed from the Spa level or through the “Secret Door” just across from the Buffet. We sat at the “European Pool” each day… not for the topless sun queens (we’re gay guys, we couldn’t care less) but because the music’s better and the sun stays out there longer.
The Gay Thing: I don’t really travel with any issues about having to find gay culture… I am more interested in being welcomed and comfortable in the real world. Wynn was perfect. No hang ups or issues and felt perfectly at home the whole time.
COCKTAILS at PARASOL DOWN: Escape from the hurly burly of Tryst and savour the psychedelic light show and changing faces screened onto the wonderfully abstract waterfall and submerged male and female water statues. (Parasol Up is an excellent bar too..see waitress picture)
TRYST: Amazing night club characterised by a spectacular 90 foot waterfall that dominates this popular hot spot. Some exquisite pole dancing to be viewed!
Le REVE: Best show in Vegas.All swimming, all dancing, gay boys in trunks extravaganza. All Aquatic inspirationally lit and staged piece of theatre. Book the champagne and strawberry chocolate option if you can.
WYNN BUFFET: Best food in Vegas. We ate twice here and rate the buffet above everywhere else we tried. Treat yourself to a champagne breakfast if you can.
SUMMARY: The most stylish, sophisticated, state of the art hotel in Vegas.
How much does a room costs at Wynn Las Vegas ?
Prices start 148$/night for Wynn Resort King. The Wynn Tower Suite King is 250$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
which can be used at the outlets listed below between the hours of 5am and 12pm: – Tableau – Terrace Pointe Cafe – The Buffet – Jardin – Goodies on Demand – Drugstore Café Other amenities include: – Exclusive Tower Suites entrance and registration – Personal concierge – Bellman and valet – Garment pressing for up to four (4) items per day – Choice of two (2) newspapers – Boarding pass printing.
Where to book online – Wynn Las Vegas – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas NV – you can find the best hotels deals in Las Vegas during Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Las Vegas NV on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Las Vegas Nevada
Onefrom the excitement from the , The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa features facilities such as a spa and on-site dining options.
The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa offers a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a heated, outdoor swimming pool. After an intense workout, guests can relax with a massage in the Hibiscus Spa.
Jake & Eli restaurant at the Las Vegas Westin serves American cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can also enjoy a private meal from the hotel’s 24-hour room service.
A block from the Las Vegas Strip, this unassuming hotel is less than a mile from the Fountains of Bellagio and the shopping at Caesars Palace.
Casual rooms feature flat-screens, free Wi-Fi and coffeemakers. Some rooms have Strip views, while suites add wet bars and separate living areas.
There’s a 24-hour restaurant and a Starbucks cafe, along with a spa, a fitness studio, a sauna and a steam room. Additional amenities include a heated outdoor pool with daily happy hours, and meeting space. Valet parking is available.
Best value for the money in Vegas. Located just off the Strip but within easy walking distance. Great views from your room, outstanding pool and workout facility, great dining facilities, bar and Starbucks on site. Staff very friendly and helpful. Nice because there is no casino in the lobby so you don’t have to hike to your room.
I’ve traveled to Vegas several times over the last 2 decades usually staying at hotels on the Strip. However, the Westin offers everything needed for an incredible time. The lobby was never crowded. Check in and check out was a breeze. Clean rooms. And there is no smell of smoke!
Still centrally located, everything was a short walk or car ride to get to. If you cross the street, you can walk through Bally’s/Paris to be right in the action. Or you can take the back way to get to Linq and other activity. A hidden gem is close by is Ellis Island. Would’ve never ventured there if not staying after the Westin.
Enjoyed a morning at the spa. Service was exceptional. Only massages are available at this time but it’s worth it!
For all of Vegas without the hustle and bustle, the Westin is definitely the place to be!
Very pleasant hotel, off the strip a block or so behind the Flamingo and near the large viewing wheel attraction (you could see the Vegas employment centre from our room) I have not stayed at this hotel in Las Vegas before and was pleased to see there was no casino in here – so the lobby was relatively quiet; this was really nice to have and made it a selling point for me, to be honest.
A short 5 min walk from here brings you up to the Strip at Flamingo with Caesars Palace opposite so we found it very central for where we wanted to go. We found the Ellis Island restaurant/bar which was a great option nearby for a really good value meal.
Favorite place to stay in LV while working, a non-smoking, non-gaming hotel with employees who truly seem to care. The proximity to the strip but not the loud, smoky chaos makes this property the perfect location. Breakfast buffet is the best. LOTS of food already prepared to grab and go, or made to order omelettes.
This is a very comfortable property, a few blocks off of the Vegas Strip and (thankfully!) without a casino.
Rooms are well appointed, with desks that are excellent work spaces, and I also had a nice corner sofa. Beds are great, in typical Westin fashion, and bathrooms are snug but fine. Views are quite amazing, especially from the upper floors.
Breakfast buffet was comprehensive and delicious. The bar is fun, and comfortably furnished.
A perfect place for a little relaxation near the hustle and bustle of Vegas!
How much does a room costs at The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa ?
Prices start 91$/night for Traditional, Guest room, 1 King, 3rd – 5th floor. The 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Alternate bed: sofa bed is 306$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This double room features a flat-screen TV, minibar and seating area.
Where to book online – The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas NV – you can find the best hotels deals in Las Vegas during Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Las Vegas NV on Booking.com or Agoda.comor Hotelscombined.comand see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
4. Encore at Wynn Las Vegas 4* – Gay Friendly Resorts Las Vegas
Situated right on the, this 5-star hotel and casino is adjacent to Wynn Las Vegas. It offers luxury accommodations, signature restaurants and an award-winning spa.
The spacious suites of the Encore at Wynn Las Vegas feature modern décor with floor-to-ceiling windows. Each suite is equipped with at least 2 flat-screen TVs, and a living room with a minibar. A work area with state-of-the-art office equipment is included.
The restaurants of Encore feature a variety of cuisines, ranging from premium steaks to classic Italian. The hotel also has 3 on-site nightclubs, including XS Nightclub, which offers a full bar and entertainment by the outdoor pools and cabanas.
Overlooking the Strip, this glam hotel is part of the upscale Wynn casino resort complex.
Posh suites with floor-to-ceiling windows and Strip, Downtown or pool views offer luxe bedding, flat-screens, and grand bathrooms with soaking tubs and TVs. Features in upgraded suites range from massage rooms and marble wet bars, to breakfast in bed and select pool access. A lavish 2-bedroom apartment adds a whirlpool tub and panoramic views, plus a dining table; a 3-bedroom duplex offers a billiards room.
There are choice restaurants, swanky bars, posh nightclubs and theaters, as well as pools, a spa, a gym and a golf course. A resort fee applies.
Encore, the newest signature resort in the Wynn collection, is now taking reservations. Encore complements Wynn Las Vegas’ repertoire of accommodations, culinary offerings and leisure activities to include top-brand retail boutiques, three cozy bars and lounges, five signature restaurants, two ultra-chic nightclubs and a European-inspired spa and salon facility. Indulge in Encore’s casually elegant approach to ambiance. Conceived with exceptional attention to detail in mind, the resort is designed to fill your stay with moments of discovery and evoque your sense of wonder.
As a gay man, travelling with my partner, this hotel is always friendly and open. Service is fantastic and the “European” pool the bomb. No kids, great chill music and friendly staff and guests. Love it more each time I come here.
Knowledgeable, kind, friendly concierge personnel who will go above & beyond, trust me even I was amazed at the sheer hospitality of the place. Housekeeping that will clean your room within 10 minutes from your request (if you had the do-not-disturb sign illuminated); they’re “green,” so if you want your sheets changed, be sure to ask them when calling (otherwise they won’t to conserve water, etc.)
Doorbells in each room, electronic window shades & sheers that work at a touch of a button, honest housekeeping (never had an issue leaving Boise noise-canceling headphones, iPod, iPhone, Apple computer unattended in room), and a wonderful iHome system to dock your phone into in case you want to turn up some music and invite some people over.
4. All of the lights in the room are computerized, meaning one touch turns on or off all of the lamps, really convenient and kind of neat… there’s a little “control panel” thing next to the bed. Not one blemish on the furniture, walls, ceilings, fixtures, etc. Attention to interior decor detail is amazing compared to other bland, run-of-the-mill Vegas hotels. Although the rooms aren’t as large as at the Palazzo or some other hotels, the attention to detail really makes you not sweat the smaller square footage.
The pool area is amazingly lush. Free wifi internet upon payment of daily “resort fee”.
Although I know this might not appeal to everyone, but as a gay couple, I found the staff and environment very open and accepting… not all vegas hotels are that way with the gay crowd, so props to Encore for realizing a paying customer is a paying customer, regardless of lifestyle.
Decided to try out the Encore on our first night in Vegas. The Encore did not disappoint the room size was great, I loved the mix of decor in the room the dark with light colors. Our view from our room was great and we enjoyed the floor to ceiling window.
From the moment we arrived, the hotel Staff are amazingly friendly and welcoming. We have previously stayed at the Wynn and now I think our new favorite is the Encore! The room is beautifully decorated and has a separate sitting area and floor to ceiling windows, we were fortunate to have a great strip view. The room has a very large bathroom that has a his and hers vanity, soaking tub and separate stand up shower . Also there is great closet and drawer space that is an important and sometimes overlooked.
How much does a room costs at Encore at Wynn Las Vegas ?
Prices start 119$/night for Encore Resort King. The Encore Tower Suite Parlor is 664$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
For Tower Rooms, Parlor Suites and Salon Suites includes USD 50 daily breakfast credit which can be used at the outlets listed below between the hours of 5am and 12pm:
– Tableau – Terrace Pointe Café – The Buffet – Jardin – Goodies on Demand – Drugstore Café Other amenities include: – Exclusive Tower Suites entrance and registration – Personal concierge – Bellman and valet – Garment pressing for up to four (4) items per day – Choice of two (2) newspapers – Boarding pass printing.
Where to book online – Encore at Wynn Las Vegas – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas Nevada – you can find the best hotels deals in Las Vegas during Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Las Vegas NV on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
5. Luxor 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas NV
Known for its iconic pyramid shape, Luxor is located on theand features a casino and live . It provides a full-service spa, 4 large seasonal pools and a hot tub.
Updated Tower Premium Rooms offer multiple charging and power outlets, a multi-purpose element that doubles as wardrobe, storage, work surface and media center and a bathroom with separate shower and bathtub.
Nurture Spa and Salon offers an assortment of beauty treatments. A steam bath, dry sauna and hot tubs are available at the spa.
Housed in a 30-story pyramid topped with a 315,000-watt light beam, this vibrant Egypt-themed casino resort on the south end of the Strip is 2 miles from McCarran International Airport.
Warm rooms have traditional furnishings, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. Suites offer soaking tubs and separate sitting rooms; some have wet bars. Pyramid rooms and suites have slanted walls. Room service is available.
Dining and drinking options include a food court, a Mexican cantina and a steakhouse, plus a 24/7 Northern Lights-inspired bar. There’s also a bustling casino, a fitness center and a salon, along with a spa and an outdoor pool. A resort fee applies.
The pyramid at Luxor Resort in Las Vegas, with its beam of light, provides a striking visual even on the overtly glamorous Las Vegas Strip. One of the most recognizable structures in Las Vegas, the 30-story pyramid – an architectural wonder – invites curiosity, while the inside rewards visitors with equal parts excitement, mystery and intrigue.
They have on Sunday something they call Temptation Sunday at the pool, is a gay pool private event, if ur a hotel guest u need to pay $15 if ur an outside guests pay $20.
Prime location for Park Theater, T Mobile Arena, and soon Stadium shows. A great value for actually nice rooms. Pool is a bit crowded. Welcoming hotel for LGBT people, has a long (longest?) running gay pool party on Sundays all summer.
The Luxor pool area is beautiful, but 1 pool is extra $ everyday, and used for a Gay/Lesbian party on Sundays which hotel guests can attend for $10. Like other resort pools, it can be a challenge to find chairs around a pool especially with rude people who forget to remove their used, wet towels to return bin.
We stayed at the hotel the weekend before July 4th. It was busy, but if you did mobile check-in you could get your room fast. A great service! We specifically choose the hotel because of Temptation Sundays pool party. Which is the only gay pool party in Vegas during the summer. It was a really great time and made some new friends. Thank you Luxor! The Cleo rooms were updated and decent. I think the Luxor has good price-to-value as their rooms aren’t extravagant but the price isn’t either.
My room was a nice size and yes a bit and I do mean a bit dated. Again remember the Luxor has been around for a long time. The room was clean, the A/C was quite but worked the whole time. Our room was facing the mountains, bit of advice, if you have rooms facing the mountains in the afternoon, close the curtains b/c the sun is shining on that side of the hotel and your room will get warm and it will feel like the AC isn’t working. The TV was a nice flat screen about 32″ and the picture was HD. The bathroom was a good size, with a tub and next to it a stand up shower. The room was cleaned everyday and we were provided fresh towels on a daily basis.
. During my stay at the Luxor, they didn’t cater to one demographic, I saw White, Black, Asian, Lation, straight, gay, single, family, groups of friends, etc all at the Luxor and everyone was having a great time. If you are looking to book a hotel to have a great time in Vegas but can’t afford the high end hotels, give Luxor a chance, it a good hotel and you will have a great time.
How much does a room costs at Luxor Las Vegas ?
Prices start 32$/night for Tower Premium Two Queen Room. The Tower One Bedroom Suite
is 394$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This suite features a separate living room, an in-room safe and a flat-screen TV.
Where to book online – Luxor Las Vegas Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Las Vegas Nevada – you can find the best hotels deals in Las Vegas during Life Is Beautiful Music & Art Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Las Vegas NV on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.