Get ready for another big-name destination among our gay guides… San Francisco! San Francisco is an iconic city for the queer community as a pioneer and battle ground for LGBT rights. Filled with queer history, a free-spirited vibes and currently one of top tech hotspots in the country, it welcomes a mix of travelers and dwellers that help create its diverse, come-as-you-are, laidback attitude.
By Andrew Collins. If your lodging preference is larger, mainstream hotels, stick with downtown or SoMa - you'll won't find these options in the Castro or other nearby gay-popular neighborhoods like the Mission District, Noe Valley, Hayes Valley, and the like, except for a few mid-priced and budget chain options around and south of Civic Center and Van Ness Avenue and Market. That being said, the Castro and its surrounding neighborhoods are hardly without overnight accommodations.
I want to go to San francisco and stay preferently in gay hotel, I would like any recomendation, good views hotels, funwhere you can meet locals or other travelers in there and not too expensive. I am latin for fisrt time in there and Usa!!! SF, as you're probably aware, is very gay friendly.
Walk out our door and walk into some of the coolest cafes, stylish shops and the most notable nightlife in the city. Then come back to a relaxing room with updated amenities and a modern design to reenergize before exploring more San Francisco hot spots. Notice: our neighbors are under construction, we apologize for any inconvenience. We have the best rates guaranteed.
What could possibly be more majestic than a palace for a hotel? Ceilings arch high above, and the indoor pool is the lap of luxury. Theater queens, rejoice: this hotel is perfectly situated amongst the theaters.
San Francisco entices visitors with a surprising array of affordable quality lodging. On the chain side, the three Hyatt hotels downtown have distinguished themselves from other local chain properties with their strong ties to the gay community. The boutique Kimpton Group offers affordable rates, tasteful decor, limited but attentive service and hotels of distinctive character.
San Francisco is one of the most famous gay cities in the world and historically the heart of gay emancipation. San Francisco has a lot to offer, you can easily enjoy staying in San Francisco for a couple of days. In Castro you become part of the extensive gay scene of San Francisco.