Saturday, April 5, 2014

Top Gay-Friendly Hotels in Australia

by fejisa loren  |  in united airline fare at  1:35 AM




Australia has been popular amongst gay and lesbian travellers ever since the days of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Sydney and Melbourne both host thriving gay communities that offer gay nightclubs, bars, saunas and restaurants. The endless beaches, trendy bars and beautiful people all appeal to the gay community who flock there in their thousands each and every year. A spectacular vacation requires the perfect hotel, and the following list of gay-friendly hotels will ensure the perfect holiday experience.

1. The Crowne Plaza, Alice Springs

 

 Fans of Priscilla can stay at the movie’s final destination surrounded by luxury and style. Relax in the sauna or whirlpool after several laps in the outdoor pool. Peaceful vacationers will love this hotel’s secluded spot surrounded by dramatic mountain ranges and rolling countryside.

 

2. Pink Flamingo Resort, Port Douglas

 

The aptly named Pink Flamingo hotel welcomes the entire family as guests can bring their pets to stay if they wish. The pool bar offers tropical cocktails followed by a delicious BBQ cooked to perfection by talented chefs. The Great Barrier Reef is only a short drive away for some of the most incredible snorkelling opportunities, or take a day trip to Cape Tribulation.

 

3. Allendale Cottages, Blue Mountains

 

Those who want to wake up in the shadow of Australia’s spectacular Blue Mountains can stay in the architecturally-designed Allendale cottages. All of the accommodations are designed to offer peace, tranquillity and a haven from the hustle and bustle of modern life. The secluded cabins are excellent choices for a honeymoon or romantic getaway. The area offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities including the Three Sisters mountain range, the Megalong Valley and the Jenolan Caves.

 

4. Hideaway Resort, Peregian Beach

 

This hotel is the perfect choice for naturists that prefer an extremely relaxed dress code. Recline on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast that offers plenty of lively night spots, gourmet restaurants and cultural attractions. Nude sunbathers may find themselves being watched by the numerous koala bears that hide in the trees surrounding the resort.

 

5. Hideaway Haven, Albany

 

Escape to a luxury retreat that nourishes the soul by offering guests the chance to get closer to nature. Kangaroos, cows and horses can be seen grazing in the distance from your luxury 5-star suite. Revitalise yourself in the Healing Waters Jacuzzi that oxygenates the body providing relief from sore muscles, joint pain and poor circulation.

 

6. Turtle Cove Beach Resort, Cairns

 

This stunning resort and spa is located on its own private beach surrounded by lush green palms and crystal-clear waters. Gym lovers will feel right at home here and can relax after a workout with a soothing massage. Turtle Cove provides a totally hidden, clothing-optional exclusive gay and lesbian resort that guarantees the trip of a lifetime.

 

 

 

 

 

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