LGBT Travellers

Bermuda is a conservative society and it lags behind Europe and North America in its attitudes towards homosexuality. Gay sex was illegal in Bermuda until 1994 and discrimination against people on the grounds of sexual orientation was only made illegal in 2013, though in 2015 the Supreme Court of Bermuda ruled that same-sex unions should have the same employment rights and benefits as everyone else. Gay travelers are unlikely to experience overt discrimination, though open displays of affection are very much frowned upon.

There isn’t a gay scene in Bermuda as such, though there are a number of gay-friendly venues, including Cafe Cairo and the ReefsHamilton PrincessRoyal PalmsAunt Nea’s Inn and Quarterdeck Cabin are gay-owned lodgings that welcome gay travelers. Two Words and a Comma () is a local grassroots organization that campaigns for gay rights in Bermuda.

Gay Life in Bermuda

Bermuda is another island in ‚paradise‘ where thousands of northerners go for a taste of foreign life and a balmy semi-tropical climate, even in the cold season. It is a small island (actually more than one) that has a certain mystique due to its hidden treasures troves of off-shore bank accounts and due to its hypocritical attitude toward LGBT people. Homosexuality was decriminalized in 1994 but no further action or laws were approved to prevent discrimination against these citizens. But hundreds of thousands of tourists go there each year unaware of the mysteries.

Gay Life in Bermuda

Tips for LGBTQ Travelers in Bermuda

Bermuda is tolerant of gay and lesbian travelers, but the island still lags far behind North American and European countries when it comes to laws and policies affecting the LGBTQ community. In 2013, Bermuda’s Parliament voted in favor of the Human Rights Amendment Act, which finally added sexual orientation to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination—an act which was integral in a 2017 Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage. During a landmark case that was brought by a gay couple, the Court ruled any ban on such a union was discriminatory and violated human rights, so the couple were legally married a month later by the Registry General. That same year a new, considerably more conservative government was voted into power and with it came roll backs on marriage equality. A new law was passed effectively making same sex marriage illegal and the fight for LGBTQ rights in Bermuda continues to this day. That said, it’s unlikely gay travelers will encounter any overt discrimination, but public signs of affection will definitely turn heads in this über-conservative country.

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Tips for LGBTQ Travelers in Bermuda

Bermuda is tolerant of gay and lesbian travelers, but the island still lags far behind North American and European countries when it comes to laws and policies affecting the LGBTQ community. In 2013, Bermuda’s Parliament voted in favor of the Human Rights Amendment Act, which finally added sexual orientation to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination—an act which was integral in a 2017 Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage. During a landmark case that was brought by a gay couple, the Court ruled any ban on such a union was discriminatory and violated human rights, so the couple were legally married a month later by the Registry General. That same year a new, considerably more conservative government was voted into power and with it came roll backs on marriage equality. A new law was passed effectively making same sex marriage illegal and the fight for LGBTQ rights in Bermuda continues to this day. That said, it’s unlikely gay travelers will encounter any overt discrimination, but public signs of affection will definitely turn heads in this über-conservative country.

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Gay Bermuda

A self-governing British overseas territory, Bermuda is a tiny island archipelago in the northern Atlantic Ocean that sits approximately 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina in the United States. Bermuda is known for its prosperous economy, tourism, and subtropical climate. The island brings a British and American culture together, a blend that is especially present in the capital of Hamilton.

Although small, Bermuda has a robust economy, and the GNP per capita is one of the highest in the world. Bermuda’s economy is mainly based on tourism and international finance. 

Bermuda is famous for its pink-sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay, which get their color from one of the sand’s main components, pulverized coral and shells. Its massive Royal Naval Dockyard complex combines modern attractions like the interactive Dolphin Quest with maritime history at Bermuda’s National Museum. In 2000, St. George, which is a historic town, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and is worth visiting.

The climate of Bermuda is considered subtropical, making it mild throughout the year. With plentiful sun and abundant rain, it makes for „Bermudiful“ flowers and foliage that dot the landscape.  August is warmest with an average daytime high of 86 °F (30 °C), and February is coolest, with an average nighttime low of 57 °F (14 °C).

Local Expert: Gay Scene in Bermuda

Bermuda has been in the international spotlight over the legalization of gay marriage. First legalized in May 2017, it set off a period of legal battles and wavering protections. In June 2018, and Bermuda became the first territory in the world to reverse marriage rights for gay couples by legislation. After a months-long process involving multiple debates in the Supreme Court, Bermuda again granted legal protection to gay couples in November 2018. 

Bermuda’s first-ever gay pride parade took place on August 31, 2019, at Victoria Park in Hamilton. The island of Bermuda residents got behind it by wearing colorful outfits and rainbow flags to show their pride and celebrate diversity. It’s estimated that 6,000 people walked through the capital city Hamilton streets along a route that covered Victoria Park to Court Street, Front Street, Queen Street, and Church Street. Bermuda Pride 2019 was organized by equal rights campaigners and sponsored by charitable organization OutBermuda. 

Travel Safety Tips

Bermuda is one of the most gay-friendly islands around the Caribbean, with several anti-discrimination laws and the right to gay marriage. There are no reported violent attacks against gay tourists, but public displays of affection may attract unwanted attention.

Bermuda has always been considered a safe destination, especially when compared to countries of the Caribbean. Violent crime on the island is rare, and of the small amount that does occur, it’s almost exclusively related to insular gang violence and doesn’t affect tourists.

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Gay Caribbean–A Range of Experiences

Gay Bermuda is an easy find on the internet with many comments and venues offered on the BBs and travel chat rooms, especially from LGBT folks who have explored the Caribbean aboard cruise ships. Caribbean that are variously praised for different reasons. The main ones are the climate, the beaches, clear azure waters for diving, a sprinkling of LGBT venues on certain islands–and the comforts of the ships or hotels.

Bermuda is also attractive because of its location, only 770 miles (1238 km) from New York. Although not actually in the Caribbean (a thousand miles away, with little trade or economic connections to it), it is usually considered as one of the vacation islands since it has a foreign feel similar to the Virgin Islands and the other four UK Carib territories. Bermuda is culturally British. Bermuda became an associate member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in 2003.

Geography & History

It is the oldest and the most populous (around 65,000) UK overseas territory (the third most densely populated place on earth; it has less than 21 sq mi of land surface). Its first and current capital, St George’s town (population about 2000) was established in 1612 and is the oldest continuously-inhabited English town in the Americas. Unlike most other Caribbean-area places with a native population dating back to the mists of time, Bermuda had no resident permanent population at all until 1609 when English settlers came by accident,Hamilton is the capital and largest town and the territory’s financial center and a major port for tourist ships. It’s also one of the smallest capital cities by population with fewer than 14,000 people.

A July 2009 estimate put Bermuda’s population at 67,837. The ethnic makeup of Bermuda is 54.8% black (descended from slaves), 34.1% white, and 6.4% multiracial. A significant segment of the white population is of Portuguese ancestry (10%), the result of immigration from Portuguese islands (especially the Azores) during the past 160 years

Although usually referred to as a single location, Bermuda actually consists of 181 islands, with a total area of 53.3 sq km (20.6 sq mi). The largest island is Main Island, usually called Bermuda. When first discovered, Bermuda was uninhabited and mostly dominated by forests of Bermuda cedar, with mangrove marshes along its shores.

Tourism and Gay Tourism

Tourism is Bermuda’s second largest industry, with the island attracting over one-half million visitors annually, of whom more than 80% are from the United States. Other significant sources of visitors are from Canada and the United Kingdom, all arriving either by cruise ship or by air.

Part of the tourist crowd are LGBT people, of course. Like anyone else, they come for the sun, sand, foreign flavor and night life. Here are a few comments from these gay visitors:“I visit Bermuda all the time and just love it!! It doesn’t have any gay establishments, buts there’s lots of local gays there. Public displays of affection aren’t recommended. However, the beauty of the island will amaze you!!”

“Bermuda is a great place to visit, but no gay places or gay friendly places to go. You will be safe there, as long as you don’t show open affection in public.”

“I have been maybe 50 times to Bermuda and the island is mega-friendly and has as well a gay scene. Maybe not as open as in the big US cities, but it exists!”

“I’ve been to Bermuda many times and yes there is a gay scene…although its not a huge one…heck there aren’t that many people that live there. And I have never had any trouble in Bermuda…and you won’t. ITs a wonderfully beautiful island and its incredibly clean and safe.”

“I went to Bermuda, it was one of the most beautiful islands I’ve ever been to and everyone was perfectly friendly, I even saw other gay people there that were having a good time and didn’t appear to be feeling persecuted. If you’re looking for P-town or Fire Island redux – this isn’t it. It is low-key and relaxed. But there is no problem with gay people in Bermuda except perhaps for a small minority of religous nuts. Isn’t that the case everywhere though?”

Looking More Carefully at Gay Bermuda

All is not sweetness and light of course here–as everywhere in the Caribbean. It is a conservative area of the world having been settled by Catholic and Protestant settlers and Africa slaves, followed by the Christian missionaries over the centuries.

In contrast to the cheery and playful comments above, other travelers to Bermuda have offered these more cautious observations.

“Homosexuality is legal in Bermuda, but the country has long held a reputation for being anti-gay; Discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation is legal… Bermuda has actually been the host of gay tourism for many years. The LGBT travel company Pied Piper, for example, has been organizing trips — albeit on a smaller and much quieter scale — to the country since 1990, without incident.”

“Bermuda is not a place you can expect to find a gay scene. The natives may be considered friendly, but somewhat homophobic. There was a report of a gay bashing incidents where locals accosted two ship passengers seen holding hands and kissing in public, which was very unwise thing to do anyhow. on the part of the passengers. I think they were drunk.”

“There are gay folks who reside there but they are mostly underground and have random bars they jump to with no one bar being all that friendly. However that being said, I’ve never had any comments or otherwise directed towards me. I would heed the advice about public signs of affection–don’t do it.”

“Rosie O’Donnell chartered a ship for a Gay/Lesbian Family & Friends Cruise in July ’07. One stop was to be Bermuda. They cancelled this stop due to the fact that it was becoming very obvious that they would not be well received there when a couple of preachers protested at a rally. Mostly they cancelled for the fact that they did not want to expose the children to the negative attitudes.”

“And around and around it goes. I don’t think any two people have the same opinion here, and it seems they are usually completely opposite. It must depend on how you define “gay friendly.”

Prevailing Caribbean Attitudes Toward Homosexuality

For most gay and lesbian tourists only secondarily do they consider the prevailing local attitudes toward the LGBT community in the Caribbean tropics. Few LGBT tourist are aware that in nine (out of thirteen) of the independent Caribbean island-nations homosexual activity is illegal, an actual crime written into the law books of those countries.

In only four independent island-nations is it legal, as well as legal in the four multi-island territories ruled by the US, UK, France and Holland (which combined are about 24+ islands, which brings the total legal-island count to about 28. (See the list at the end of this story.)

The range of attitudes and amenities runs the gamut from overt public advertising and internet websites offering gay ‘Get Wet’ weekends in Dutch controlled CuracaoSan Jaun, PR and to the upscale style-scene in St Barthelemy and down to the palpable and edgy homophobia in Jamaica (if one ventures beyond the gates of the luxury resorts).

In between there are hit-and-miss playgrounds and beaches for lGBT travelers such as the US governed St Croix in the US Virgin Islands and the Dutch ruled St Maartin with it nude beaches. One can find a surface appearance of gay friendly bars and clubs and hotels with happy-hour parties (usually mixed gay-straight) and the rare clothing-optional beach. Without thinking locally, tourists from the north usually bring the scene with them so it is mostly ‘enclosed’ with LGBT groups of friends meeting up with other groups of friends for fun time of dancing, drinking, flirting, sexing and eating, mellowed out with hikes, swims, diving and island rain forest trips. Some folks actually chill out in a hammock or deck chair and read books.

Homophobia in Bermuda

This is not highly visible. There is rarely a bashing. Rather there is a steady stream of anti-gay sentiment in the press and from the Christian preachers who are convinced homosexuality is the work of Satan and gay marriage will destroy civilization. Historically same-sex behavior was illegal thanks to puritanical Victorian UK laws. It was decriminalized in 2000 due to another–opposite–UK government’s pressure to reverse those old laws. But decriminalization changes did not bring anti-discrimination changes so today anyone can rant and rave and discriminate against LGBT citizens with impunity.

There is also a racial influence in the homophobia: “Among the black community 42 percent support gay cruises while the white community approves at 64 percent. A total of 29 percent of black people listed themselves as opposed to such cruises, compared to just 11 percent of white people.”Full story here.

The head of the New Testament Church of God has come out against any plans to extend human rights to Bermuda’s gay Lloyd Duncan, the pastor at the Heritage Worship Center firmly believes gay rights legislation will be followed by a push to allow gay marriages in Bermuda

Sexual orientation is seen as a vote loser, especially in constituencies with strong fundamentalist church membership… Past polls have shown support for a ban on discrimination. A majority of Americans now support gay marriage for the first time ever. While that idea remains a step too far for many in Bermuda, it seems likely that acceptance of homosexuality in Bermuda is advancing as well.

Fighting Back Against Homophobia

Single-handedly a young woman named Krys Assan has started her own campaign to end discrimination against LGBT in Bermuda. ““I am organizing ‘Home is Where the Hatred Is’ in order to raise awareness about discrimination against gay people on the island. Homophobia to this degree has no place in any decent civilized society. We are free to openly disagree with other forms of sexual expression, but that does not equate to any kind of right to abuse a person on this basis. “As chair of the HRC, I have regularly met with the most senior officers of the Ministry of Human Affairs…

There are two pro-gay organizations that advocate for gay/human rights and health in Bermuda.

(1) Two Words And A Comma In July 2007, a group of concerned citizens took human rights education into their own hands and launched Two Words and a Comma, a campaign to include sexual orientation as a protected grounds under the Human Rights Act. If you want to learn more about Bermuda’s human rights regime, you can join the Bermuda Human Rights Study Group by emailing

Gay rights and life in Bermuda discussion/blog group supporting Two Words and a Comma“we now live in a society where we have to start accepting that we cannot have one set of rules for one segment of society and another for another. We are facing the exact same situation that many of our forefathers were persecuted for. I’m not saying you do not have a right to be concerned after all you have the right to your own religious beliefs etc. but when does it get to the point that we stop repeating the mistakes of the past?

This blog includes a lengthy essay about homosexuality: Being Gay: A Life Style Choice?? by Allan N. Schwartz, LCSW, Ph.D“The question of what causes some people to be gay has been a topic of endless debate among the general public and the mental health community…”

(2) Rainbow Alliance of Bermuda started August 2012“We want to show that there are people on this island, and abroad, who stand strong behind the LGBTQ community of Bermuda… we are frustrated by the discussions around, and treatment of, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) and queer people in Bermuda, using the word “queer” in its reclaimed meaning as an umbrella term for all sexual minorities. As epitomized through the recent “take note” motion in Parliament surrounding a new “Equality Act”, discussion followed by inaction continues to be too common a thread when it comes to rights for LGBT/queer people.

“However, more than that, the discussions in the House, in the media, on the internet, on talk shows and various other forums have demonstrated the disturbing absence of a safer space in which LGBT/queer people are given a voice to speak about their own struggles and rights. The discourse is often either drenched in openly oppressive, hurtful ignorance or diplomatically tiptoed around in apparent hopes that if the subject (ie actual LGBT/queer people) is made abstract enough, no one will be offended. It is time for this to end. These are real people whose lives are being used as rhetoric, political capital or scapegoats. We agree that Bermuda’s legislation needs to join the modern world and start protecting people of different sexual orientations and gender identities from discrimination by amending the Human Rights Act…

“Our first event, held August 17, 2012, was a total success! We had over 100 people turn up throughout the two-hour open forum, with dozens of people taking the microphone to speak or sing… Help us start taking small steps toward being supportive allies to an all too frequently silenced part of our islandA space for allies and supporters of the LGBTQ community of Bermuda.

(3) GoodMen ProjectJunior Burchall, Bermuda writer and father, is putting his face and words behind an amendment to protect homosexuals under Bermuda’s Human Rights Act. This campaign is looking to add sexual orientation to the list of protected traits. Read more here. See the poster.

Finally

So what appears to be–and is–a smooth cruise into a colorful palm-tree port for LGBT tourists is actually, at the same time, a walk in a field of nettles that stick and sting fed by ignorant fundamentalist religious anti-gay beliefs, legalized homophobia and criminalization backed by weak-willed government authorities who cling to their inch of power and turn a blind eye to discrimination and human rights abuses.

From Bermuda in the far north of the Caribbean to Trinidad & Tobago in the far south adjacent to Venezuela (about 1500 miles) there are about three dozen islands that entice gay northern visitors. Ninety-five percent of these visitors will come and go with pleasant memories and appealing digital photos. Nothing wrong with that of course. The other five percent may pause and notice the injustice beneath the pleasantries and appreciate and support the few LGBT rights groups in this huge vacation playground of the western world.

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Gayfriendly Hotel Angebote

Die Gayfriendly Hotel Angebote als Kurztrips und Verwöhntage haben viele Facetten. Ob Städtetrips oder Städtereisen, Genussreisen und Weinreisen in Gourmethotels, als Wellness KurzurlaubGayfriendly bedeutet im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch schwulen- und lesbenfreundlich.

Mit dem Begriff Gayfriendly Hotel werden Hotels bezeichnet, die aufgeschlossen, freundlich und einladend gegenüber Schwulen, Lesben, Bisexuellen und Transgendern sind. Gleichgeschlechtliche Paare sind in Gayfriendly Hotels herzlich willkommen. Schwulen und lesbischen Gästen wird das Gefühl vermittelt, dass keine Nachteile in der Beratung und Betreuung zu befürchten sind.

Gayfriendly Hotel Angebote

Die Gayfriendly Hotel Angebote als Kurztrips und Verwöhntage haben viele Facetten. Ob Städtetrips oder Städtereisen, Genussreisen und Weinreisen in Gourmethotels, als Wellness KurzurlaubGayfriendly bedeutet im allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch schwulen- und lesbenfreundlich.

Mit dem Begriff Gayfriendly Hotel werden Hotels bezeichnet, die aufgeschlossen, freundlich und einladend gegenüber Schwulen, Lesben, Bisexuellen und Transgendern sind. Gleichgeschlechtliche Paare sind in Gayfriendly Hotels herzlich willkommen. Schwulen und lesbischen Gästen wird das Gefühl vermittelt, dass keine Nachteile in der Beratung und Betreuung zu befürchten sind.

Gayfriendly Hotel: Reisen für Schwule und Lesben

Ein weiterer Begriff, der in den vergangen Jahren im Tourismussegment eingeführt wurde, bezeichnet sogenannte Heterofriendly – Hotels. Hierbei handelt es sich um Hotels, die primär Gay-Kunden ansprechen, sich aber auch heterosexuellen Gästen nicht verschließen möchten. In der Regel handelt es sich um sogenannte Erwachsenen- Hotels, in denen Kinder nicht übernachten dürfen.

Gayfriendly Hotels sind im englischsprachigen Raum deutlich stärker vertreten und ausdifferenzierter als in Deutschland. In Deutschland sind die Erwartungen an ein Gayfriendly Hotel demgegenüber herabgesetzt. Im Allgemeinen ist zu erwarten, dass der Wunsch nach einem Doppelbett erfüllt und nicht automatisch in ein Twin-Bett umgewandelt wird. Homosexuelle Gäste können vor kritischen Blicken sicher sein und den Urlaub ganz entspannt mit dem Partner verbringen.

Zusätzlich wird Informationsmaterial über einschlägige Lokale in der Umgebung bereitgestellt. Das Hotelpersonal kann Tipps für Geschäfte, Bars und Restaurants geben, die sich besonders an diesen Kundenkreis richten. Weitere Bezeichnungen für einen Urlaub in einem Gayfriendly Hotel sind Regenbogenurlaub oder LGBT Reisen (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual und Transgender) sind üblich.

Gay friendly Hotels – mitten in der Szene

Genießt ihr am liebsten ausgedehnte Shoppingtouren und ein spannendes Nachtleben in aufregenden Gay Metropolen? Oder vergnügt ihr euch lieber an Meer und Strand und tanzt bis in die frühen Morgenstunden in trendy Clubs? In unseren ausgewählten Gay Hotels ist für jeden das richtige dabei! Das hat für euch die TOP Gay friendly Hotels in den begehrtesten Destinationen weltweit zusammengestellt: Hier seid ihr jederzeit willkommen und fühlt euch sofort wohl.

Dank der entspannten Atmosphäre schließt ihr in eurem Gay Urlaub schnell neue Bekanntschaften. Plus: Unsere Gay friendly Hotels sind ideal für Abendvergnügungen und liegen in der Nähe der Community Hotspots. Angesagte Bars, Szene-Restaurants, Saunen und bunte Partys warten auf euch: Hier trifft und feiert sich die schwule Szene!

Gay only & Gay friendly Hotels bei FTI

Sie möchten mit anderen Schwulen und Lesben einen entspannten Urlaub unter Gleichgesinnten verbringen? FTI bietet eine große Auswahl an Gay only und Gay friendly Hotels in beliebten LGBT-Urlaubszielen. Genießen Sie die kanarische Sonne auf Gran Canaria, feiern Sie auf Mykonos oder entdecken Sie bunte Städte wie Berlin oder Barcelona – günstige Gay Reisen finden Sie hier!

Bitte geben Sie für jedes Kind ein entsprechendes Alter an!

Tipps & Infos für einen gelungenen Gay Urlaub

Die wohl schönste Zeit des Jahres möchten vor allem gleichgeschlechtliche Singles oder Paare zwanglos und unter Gleichgesinnten verbringen. Wenn Sie keine Lust auf schräge Blicke haben, lohnt es sich eine spezielle Gay Reise zu buchen. Viele Reiseanbieter bieten mittlerweile eine breite Palette an gay friendly und gay only Hotels in beliebten Hotspots der queeren Szene an. Wie wäre es denn mit einem entspannten Urlaub auf Gran Canaria oder einem Partyurlaub auf Ibiza? Die schönsten Zielgebiete für eine Gay Urlaub möchten wir Ihnen hier vorstellen!

Hamilton (Bermuda) cruising map with gay areas and spots where to practice cruising and to have casual NSA encounters

If you are gay and you want to practise cruising and to have casual NSA encounters in public places in Hamilton in an anonymous way, here you can find spots such as beaches, parks, forests and other spaces next to urban areas, as well as every kind of public toilets and rest areas of highways where you can practise cruising in Hamilton, Bermuda.

Below we show a Hamilton cruising map with all cruising areas and spots that shared our gay community. Click on the map markers for details of each spot.

In the tab for each zone you will find a location map with directions to the place: driving, walking, public transport or bike. You can vote the area and leave a comment for the rest of the community guys know your opinion, and if you want people to know you’re in the area, do not hesitate to check in.

Gayfriendly Hotels: Geheimtipp für deinen Urlaub

Urlaub ohne Grenzen – das ist für Schwule und Lesben nicht immer selbstverständlich. Wer keine Lust auf schräge Blicke hat, wenn er händchenhaltend mit seinem Partner durch die Hotellobby schlendert, sollte es mal mit einem Gayfriendly Hotel versuchen.

Aber was genau verbirgt sich hinter dieser Bezeichnung eigentlich konkret? Die gute Nachricht vorweg: Du musst so ein Hotel inzwischen noch nicht mal mehr mit der Lupe suchen. Ob HamburgBerlinKölnMünchenDeutschland gibt es viele Unterkünfte, in denen Schwule und Lesben mindestens ebenso gern gesehene Gäste sind wie heterosexuelle Menschen.

Denn nichts anderes bedeutet es, wenn ein Hotel, Hostel oder Bed & Breakfast die Regenbogenfahne hisst und sich als „gay friendly“, also als schwulen- und lesbenfreundlich, bezeichnet. Gay friendly, das heißt: Gleichgeschlechtliche Pärchen (und natürlich auch homosexuelle Alleinreisende) sind herzlich willkommen.

Geflüster hinter der vorgehaltenen Hand oder abfällige Kommentare wird es für euch weder an der Rezeption noch in der restlichen Hotelanlage geben.

Übernachten im Zeichen des Regenbogens

Gayfriendly Hotels sind übrigens nicht nur besonders liberale und aufgeschlossene Reiseunterkünfte – ein gutes Hotel, das unter der Regenbogen-Flagge segelt, hat in der Regel auch immer lokale Insider-Tipps für seine homosexuelle Klientel parat. In welchem Stadtviertel treffe ich Gleichgesinnte? Wo sind die besten queeren Boutiquen und Geschäfte? Welche Szenebar oder welcher Szeneclub ist gerade besonders angesagt? Und welche Ecken sollte ich besser meiden?

Bei einem Aufenthalt in einem Hotel, das rein auf heterosexuelle Gäste eingestellt ist, wäre es vermutlich etwas schwieriger für dich, schnell an solch nützliche Infos zu kommen.

Gleich und gleich gesellt sich gern? Die Volksweisheit aus Omas Mund gilt nicht für ein Gayfriendly Hotel: Im Gegensatz zu Unterkünften mit der Devise „gay only“, die sich mit ihrem Angebot ausschließlich an homosexuelle Reisende richten, urlauben dort gleichgeschlechtliche und heterosexuelle Paare gemeinsam.

Dass Schwulen oder Lesben und ihren Partnern ebenso selbstverständlich ein Zimmer mit Doppelbett angeboten wird wie heterosexuellen Urlaubern, ist natürlich klar! Und nur so nebenbei: In den letzten Jahren hat sich noch eine weitere Art von Hotels etabliert, die sich selbst mit einem Augenzwinkern als „heterofriendly“ bezeichnen. Hier übernachtet vor allem die queere Community, sie stehen aber auch toleranten Heteros offen.

Wie erkannst du ein Gayfriendly Hotel?

Ein Gayfriendly Hotel erkennst du daran, dass es durch ein Regenbogen-Banner im Außenbereich oder einen entsprechenden Aufkleber in der Lobby gekennzeichnet ist. Wichtig zu wissen: Ein Hotel, das gay friendly ist und sich mit der Regenbogenfahne – dem international bekannten Symbol der schwul-lesbischen Szene – schmückt, hält sich normalerweise ganz von alleine an strenge Anti-Diskriminierungs-Richtlinien, die nicht nur für dich als Gast, sondern für alle im Unternehmen angestellten Mitarbeiter gelten.

Es existieren allerdings keine offiziell festgeschriebenen Standards, die ein Hotel erfüllen muss, damit es sich gay friendly nennen darf.

Gütesiegel für Gayfriendly Hotels: Die „Pink Pillow Berlin Collection“

Berlin, eine der beliebtesten Gay-Travel-Destinationen weltweit, geht hier seit einiger Zeit einen großen Schritt weiter: Mit der „Pink Pillow Berlin Collection“ gibt es jetzt erstmals ein Qualitätssiegel für Hotels in der Hauptstadt, die besonders gay friendly sind.

Herausgeber ist die vom Berliner Senat geförderte Tourismusagentur visitBerlin, die den beteiligten Hotels dafür aber auch einiges abverlangt. Um zu „Pink Pillow“ zu gehören, müssen diese nicht nur nachweisen, dass sie sich in einem sozialen Projekt der queeren Community – beispielsweise in der Aids-Hilfe – engagieren. Es gibt auch eine Charta, der sich das Hotel verpflichten und die es zudem gut sichtbar an der Rezeption des Hauses platzieren muss. 

„Gay Travel Index“: What’s hot – and what’s not

Nach Berlin, aber auch in viele andere Städte Deutschlands, können Homosexuelle also entspannt reisen und sich dort zeigen, wie sie sind – ohne Angst vor Diskriminierung haben zu müssen. Aber wie sieht es eigentlich mit anderen Urlaubszielen aus? Könntest du auf Anhieb sagen, in welchen Teilen der Welt du dich als Mitglied der queeren Community ganz ungezwungen bewegen kannst?

Gut, dass das Reisemagazin „Spartacus International Gay Guide“ jedes Jahr aufs Neue den „Gay Travel Index“ veröffentlicht: Er verrät dir auf einen Blick, wo Schwule und Lesben sicher urlauben können – und in welchen Ländern vermutlich wohl eher kein Gayfriendly Hotel auf dich und deinen Schatz warten dürfte.

Händchen halten am Strand, ein romantisches Dinner bei Kerzenschein oder gemeinsam in den Whirlpool? Vor allem in Schweden, Großbritannien und Belgien überhaupt kein Problem – diese Länder belegen nämlich Rang 1 bis 3 von insgesamt 194 im Hinblick auf ihre „Gay-Friendliness“ überprüften Nationen.

Besser die Finger lassen solltest du dagegen von Reisen nach Somalia, in den Iran oder in die Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate (Platz 194 bis 192 des „Gay Travel Index“). Als besonders schwulen- und lesbenfeindlich gelten auch Saudi-Arabien, die Republik Jemen, Russland und Jamaika.

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Your Guide to LGBT-Friendly Galveston Hotels

You’ve gotten PTO and selected Galveston as your destination. Next step, is for you to locate the perfect place to lay your head. With an abundance of information available, it can be difficult to get accommodations that check off all your boxes. You’re in luck, because we have gathered together a number of the best gay-friendly hotels in Galveston. Expedia has hotels with the features and amenities that you wish for. Further, you will find a number of these hotels are TAG approved, and others are also members of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association. Keep reading to discover which accommodations are the ideal choice for your holiday in Galveston.

MUST EAT Bermuda Gay-Friendly Dining

A lively, welcoming vibe and upscale Italian fare await at Little Venice, a popular fine-dining spot in the City of Hamilton since 1971. Indulge in homemade pasta dishes like Ravioli Caprese and Spaghetti Vongole with fresh clams. Little Venice is a gay-friendly establishment and the top Italian restaurant in Bermuda. Touted as the first true wine bar in Bermuda, Little Venice Wine Bar has more than 800 of the best wines on our wine list. It is located on Bermudiana Road, just a short walk from the Hamilton Ferry Terminal. 

MUST VISIT Bermuda Gay-Friendly Bars & Nightlife

Cafe Cairo is an Egyptian-themed bar in Bermuda and a great favorite to the local Bermudians. Sample the flavors of Egypt, Lebanon, and Morocco while reclining on plush cushions in the Bedouin-style dining room of Café Cairo, on Front Street in downtown Hamilton. After 10 pm, Café Cairo turns into a popular nightclub and bar scene that stays open – and packed with people dancing – until 3 am.

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Kurztrips & Verwöhntage

Die Atmosphäre zeichnet sich durch Toleranz und Weltoffenheit, Respekt und Wertschätzung aus. Bei der Betreuung aller Gäste wird in einem Gayfriendly Hotel kein Unterschied gemacht, ob Gäste homo- oder heterosexuell sind. Das Konzept sieht Aufgeschlossenheit und Akzeptanz unterschiedlicher Lebensanschauungen und Beziehungskonzepte vor. Davon abgegrenzt werden Gay-Only-Hotels, die nur für Schwule bzw. Lesben zugänglich sind. In diesem Zusammenhang sprechen Fachkreise von einem Gay Hotel.  

Kurztrips & Verwöhntage

Die Atmosphäre zeichnet sich durch Toleranz und Weltoffenheit, Respekt und Wertschätzung aus. Bei der Betreuung aller Gäste wird in einem Gayfriendly Hotel kein Unterschied gemacht, ob Gäste homo- oder heterosexuell sind. Das Konzept sieht Aufgeschlossenheit und Akzeptanz unterschiedlicher Lebensanschauungen und Beziehungskonzepte vor. Davon abgegrenzt werden Gay-Only-Hotels, die nur für Schwule bzw. Lesben zugänglich sind. In diesem Zusammenhang sprechen Fachkreise von einem Gay Hotel.  

Hotel Angebote

Statistisch häufiger arbeiten in den schwulen- und lesbenfreundlichen Hotels homosexuelle Mitarbeiter. Die Regenbohnefahne im Außenbereich oder entsprechende Aufkleber im Eingangsbereich des Hotels geben Gästen erste Hinweise auf ein Gayfriendly Hotel. Regenbogenfahne wird gerne verwendet, da sich diese als internationales Erkennungszeichen für Homosexuelle etabliert hat. Neben einem individuell geplanten Kurzurlaub im Gayfriendly Hotel können Arrangements, sogenannte Hotel – Pauschalen, für ein Wochenende unter schwulen oder lesbischen Paaren gebucht werden.

Wellness Gayfriendly

Bei den aufgeführten Wellnessreisen im Gayfriendly Hotel werden Entspannungselemente und Romantikelemente miteinander verbunden werden. Wohltuende Wellness-Anwendungen wie Massagen werden mit kulinarischen, aktiven oder romantischen Angeboten zu einem günstigeren Pauschalpreis kombiniert. Auch das Liebeswochenende im Gayfriendly Hotel ist ier buchbar.

Jedes der aufgeführten Kurzreisen in Gayfriendly Hotels kann ebenso als Geschenkgutschein für eine Kurzreise gebucht werden. Die Gutscheine werden im Regelfall nicht termingebunden verschenkt und können vom Empfänger an einem Reisetermin der freien Wahl eingelöst werden.

Beliebte Gay Urlaubsdestinationen

Alljährlich nimmt der Spartacus Gay Guide mit seinem Gay Travel Index fast 200 Länder unter die Lupe und bewertet die Situation vor Ort für homosexuelle Top 10 Länder sind größtenteils europäisch: auf Platz 1 Schweden und Großbritannien, gefolgt von Belgien, den Niederlanden, Frankreich, Kanada, Dänemark, Reunion, Island, Finnland und Irland.

Hoteltipp von den Experten

Die AXEL HOTELS Gruppe mit Sitz in Barcelona hat sich ganz Homosexuellen verschrieben.

Die stylishen Hotels sind Orte für Gays, aber offen für alle…

Derzeit betreibt die Hotelgruppe 7 Design-Hotels mit eleganten, komfortablen Zimmern und kosmopolitischer Atmosphäre:

The Loren at Pink Beach

Featuring free WiFi and a spa center, The Loren at Pink Beach offers pet-friendly accommodations in Tucker’s Town. The hotel offers guests views of the sea. Free private parking is available on site. Upscale property with the perfect location right on a private beach with superior service. Beautifully appointed with gorgeous views! The staff of the hotel and pool area was so accommodating and truly exudes hospitality. We also enjoyed the spa which was top notch!! The property is breathtaking and serene. We are already planning our return trip.

leoandhugh

Bermuda is not a place you can expect to find a gay scene. The natives may be considered friendly, but somewhat homophobic. Been a couple of gay bashing incidents there involving pax and crew in the last year, where locals accosted and beat up pax seen holding hands and kissing – which was very unwise thing to do anyhow.:) on the part of the pax

LI Shores

I see that you’re from Ireland so perhaps you would not have heard this“bru-ha-ha“ over there. Rosie O’Donnell (TV Host) chartered the NCL Dawn for a Gay/Lesbian Family & Friends Cruise in July ’07. One stop was to be Bermuda. They cancelled this stop due to the fact that it was becoming very obvious that they would not be well received there. Mostly for the fact that they did not want to expose the children to the negative attitudes. I would guess that if you googled „Rosie Cruise“ you’ll be able to see the entire story for yourself.

bos01902

My partner and I went to Bermuda three years ago on Radisson Seven Seas Navigator and we’re going back on September 1 on Azamara Journey. We loved it there, more beautiful than any Caribbean island we’ve been to, better beaches, etc. No issues with homophobia either (only Francophobia on the boat on occasion – my partner is French).

In fact there was a club right on the main street in Hamilton just as you get off the dock, that seemed to become progressively more „integrated“ as the night went on. Can’t remember the name of the bar though. The island has an unmistakable gay presence, they are just very „discreet.“ I have no problem with any of it.

sneakerstud

I have been maybe 50 times to Bermuda and the island is megafriendly and has as well a gay scene. Mybe not as open as in the big US cities, but it excists!

Bermuda is the nicest island in the you like to have screaming gays from a gay charter walking over paradise!

There is a said right on main street, where locals and tourists hang out, I’m also not sure of the name but its like Blue Velvet or so and its very happening at night.

bos01902

This was my take as well. I was actually pretty surprised, given the bad rap Bermuda gets re „homophobia“ – I felt very comfortable there. There was clearly a gay culture on the island, it just wasn’t of the „PnP“ and freedom rings variety.

bos01902

And around and around it goes. I don’t think any two people have the same opinion here, and it seems they are usually completely opposite. It must depend on how you define „gay friendly.“

This will no doubt be negated by somebody after this post but my final thoughts are: I’m gay, I went to Bermuda, it was one of the most beautiful islands I’ve ever been to and everyone was perfectly friendly, I even saw other gay people there that were having a good time and didn’t appear to be feeling persecuted. If you’re looking for P-town or Fire Island redux – this isn’t it. It is low-key and relaxed. But there is no problem with gay people in Bermuda except perhaps for a small minority of religous nuts. Isn’t that the case everywhere though?

Wilde_37

Thanks for all the replies. I am looking forward to Bermuda. I guess it will be like a lot of places when it comes to a gay scene. I don’t expect fire island. My finely tuned gaydar will be employed but it is nice to nnow that there is some hope for meeting others.

Now the difficult bit – don’t suppose anyone is actually taking this cruise on 8th September on Empress?

Gay only Hotels im Vergleich zu Gay friendly Hotels

In vielen Urlaubsorten und Städten gibt es mittlerweile eine Auswahl an gay only und gay friendly Hotels. Doch was genau ist der Unterschied zwischen diesen beiden Bezeichnungen?

Wie der Name schon sagt sind in gay only Hotels ausschließlich homosexuelle Paare willkommen. Dagegen begrüßen gay friendly Hotels sowohl homosexuelle Paare als auch heterosexuelle Gäste. Trotzdem sind diese Hotels besonders liberal und daher in der LGBT-Szene beliebt. Hier wird niemand komisch angeschaut auch wenn ein schwules Pärchen im Spa-Bereich Händchen hält oder am Abend ein romantisches Candle-Light-Dinner genießt. In vielen gay friendly Hotels weht die Regenbogenfahne und schwule und lesbische Paare bekommen an der Rezeption Tipps zur Szene vor Ort. Wo treffen sich Gleichgesinnte? Was sind beliebte Schwulen Bars oder Clubs? Was für Events finden gerade statt? Praktische Infos die Sie in einem „normalen“ Hotel wahrscheinlich nicht bekommen.

Gran Canaria – Hotspot für Gay Reisen

Gran Canaria ist nicht nur auf Grund des ganzjährig warmen Klimas und der tollen Natur ein beliebtes Reiseziel – auf der Kanaren-Insel finden Sie eine lebendige LGBT-Szene. Hier erwartet Sie viel Sonne, Traumstrände und ein buntes Nachtleben. Die Szene trifft sich hier vor allem in den Urlaubsorten Playa del Inglés und Maspalomas. Hier finden Sie eine große Auswahl an Gay Hotels und zahlreiche

Bars und Clubs. Besonders legendär ist das Yumbo Centrum, ein Einkaufszentrum in dem tagsüber Familien und Kinder bummeln und in dem nachts in den zahlreichen Schwulen-Bars gefeiert wird. Weitere unvergleichliche Bars sind das Adonis oder die Fiction Bar. Besonders beliebte Events der Szene sind im März der Karneval auf Gran Canaria und die Gay-Pride im Mai. Der beliebteste Schwulen-Strand der Insel ist der Abschnitt zwischen Faro und Maspalomas am berühmten Kiosk Nr. 7, der bequem zu Fuß von Faro aus zu erreichen ist. Wer seinen Urlaub nicht nur am Strand verbringen möchte, sollte das malerische Hinterland erkunden. Hier können Sie grandiose Schluchten, grüne Täler und idyllische Bergdörfer entdecken. Was will man mehr im Urlaub!

Mykonos – schickes Gay Travel Reiseziel

Ein international bekanntes Ziel für Gay Reisen ist die griechische Kykladeninsel Mykonos. Homosexuelle Gäste schätzen neben der Gastfreundschaft und Toleranz der Griechen die Schönheit der Insel. Das tiefblaue Meer der Ägäis, die stillen Badebuchten, weißen Häuser und romantischen Windmühlen machen Mykonos für Gays zu einem Traumreiseziel. Mykonos Stadt bezaubert Sie mit ihren verwinkelten Gassen, üppig blühenden Bougainvileen und dem idyllischen Hafen. Mit etwas Glück treffen Sie hier das Maskottchen der Insel, den Pelikan Petros. Die Gay Szene trifft sich tagsüber an den Top-FKK Stränden Super Paradise Beach, Elia, Paranga und Agrari. Während am Paranga Strand ab 16 Uhr die Party steigt, ist der nur fünf Gehminuten entfernte Agrari Strand ein Eldorado für Ruhesuchende. Die angesagte Gay-Destination Mykonos bietet zahlreiche Gaybars, die das Nachtleben prägen. Kultstatus haben die nahe auf der Platia Agias Kiriaki liegenden LokalePierros, Manto und Ikaros erlangt. Hier verkehren die Gäste vergnügt von einem zum anderen Ort. Weitere bekannte Treffpunkte sind das JackieO, das Babylon und die Ancho Bar.

Party & Sonne auf Ibiza

Die Balearen-Insel Ibiza bietet dank ihrer liberalen Atmosphäre ebenfalls eine ausgeprägte Gay-Szene, die sich vor allem in Ibiza-Stadt abspielt. Einen besonderen Höhepunkt bildet die alljährliche Ibiza Gay Pride Parade, die Besucher aus allen Teilen der Welt anzieht. Auf Ibiza finden Sie vor allem in Ibiza-Stadt eine große Auswahl an Gay Bars, perfekt, um ausgelassene Partys zu feiern. Dazu zählen beispielsweise die beliebten Bars Mona Lisa, La Troya, Lady D Ibiza, Dado und Sunrise. Die Bar Calle Alfonso besticht zudem mit ihrer prädestinierten Lage am Fuß der imposanten Stadtmauer der Altstadt Dalt Vila. Darüber hinaus bieten exklusive Hotels beste Voraussetzungen, einen entspannten Gay Urlaub auf Ibiza zu verbringen. Tagsüber lockt der Gay-FKK-Strand Playa Es Cavallet im Süden Ibizas, den Sie am besten mit einem Mietwagen erreichen. Gerne genutzt wird auch die erste Bucht des Strandes von Figueretas. An der von Palmen gesäumten Promenade des Ferienortes befindet sich die Gay Bar Chaos. Abwechslung vom Trubel der Stadt sowie vom Strandleben finden Sie auf den bunten Märkten der Insel. Dazu gehört der charmante Hippie Markt Las Dalias bei San Carlos, der ganzjährig samstags stattfindet.

St. George’s

Lesbian Owned Bed & Breakfast – 10 rental units Bisexual, Gay Men, Lesbian, Straight, Transgender

Aunt Nea’s Inn is an historic Bermudian guest house located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Town of St. George. From original woodwork and building craftsmanship from the 1700s to stunning harbour and garden views, you will love staying in this very special property in the heart of the olde towne.

St. George’s

Gay Owned Vacation Rental – 1 rental units Bisexual, Gay Men, Lesbian, Straight, Transgender

A unique private one bedroom luxury residence with spectacular ocean views and swimming pool. Sleeps up to four guests. Outdoor poolside dining area with BBQ for starlit evening meals or lazing poolside. Located within walking distance of the Town of St. George, beaches, restaurants, shopping and transportation.

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Hier findest du den Wortlaut der „Pink Pillow“-Charta im Überblick:

• Alle Gäste erfahren die gleiche Wertschätzung – unabhängig von Geschlecht, Nationalität, ethnischer Herkunft oder Religion, Behinderung, Alter, sexueller Orientierung und Identität.

• Wir engagieren uns sozial bzw. sind förderndes Mitglied in einem Netzwerk/Projekt/Verein der Berliner LGBT-Szene (Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender).

• Wir schaffen ein Arbeitsumfeld, das von Respekt und Toleranz gegenüber allen MitarbeiterInnen getragen ist.

• Wir bieten zielgruppenspezifische Angebote für die LGBTQ-Szene. Bitte informieren Sie sich an der Rezeption oder über folgende Website 

emac191

Hey Guys – For those of you thinking about going to Bermuda on a cruise, I say go for it. I visit Bermuda all the time and just love it!! It doesn’t have any gay establishments, buts there’s lots of local gays there. Public displays of affection aren’t recommended. However, the beauty of the island will amaze you!! I don’t think there’s any island like it. Once you go to Bermuda and visit her beaches, nothing in the Caribbean will compare.

CruisinMaterial

I will be graduating from grad school and I have decided I want to take a cruise as a graduation present. I used to be a crew member for a cruise line so I know how great cruises are but sadly I have never been on one as a passenger. So I figure this is a great idea. Anyway I live in DC so I am thinking a cruise to Bermuda on Explorer of the Seas sounds good and I want to take my boyfriend with me. He is concerned about how gay friendly it is in Bermuda since there are mixed idea online. Any thoughts?

Bermuda is not really gay friendly. After seeing the response of the locals to a drag queen who herself was put at the near end of the Bermuda Day parade last year, I was disgusted with the whole island. I’ve been to Bermuda three times on NCL. There are gay folks who reside there but they are mostly underground and have random bars they jump to with no one bar being all that friendly.

However that being said, I’ve never had any comments or otherwise directed towards me. I would heed the advice of previous posters about public signs of affection… don’t do it. Otherwise, you should have an OK time.

I don’t know if the person still works there or not but go to the A.S. Cooper on Front Street in Hamilton. There is a gay man there (no gaydar needed) who works the cash register and tends to the all male store. He can give you information on where to go on what nights and all that. The men’s store is right across the street from the ferry terminal just before the bird cage.

pilotboy1985

My boyfriend (27) and I (25) just booked a trip on the Explorer last week – we’ll be sailing May 26 out of Bayonne (which is super easy since i live just a few towns up in Hoboken) – The trip we booked only does Bermuda for 1 day. As much as we wanted to explore this island and see all the great beaches and such – hearing that it wasnt the most gay friendly didnt sit too well. Thats why with our 9-day cruise, we get to go there for a day – then head down to the Caribbean with some other great ports of call! There were great deals for our sailing – it’d be great to know other gays were on board, so you should look into it!

Let me know how your cruise goes. I’ve thought of going to Bermuda as well, and my husband and I are your age. If you liked it we’ll probably like it too.

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The top Italian restaurant in Bermuda. By no means a gay bar, it is none the less a gay-friendly establishment in Hamilton, Bermuda’s capital. Little Italy is a great place to go for food and drinks. The wine list is quite extensive.

If you’re not eating you can pop in for a drink at the wine bar.

Your Destination for a Gaycation in Galveston

Your room may be splendid, but you’ll probably want to check Galveston’s most popular areas. Plenty of these gay-friendly hotel’s front desk can give details on Galveston’s LGBT communities and businesses that the area is known for. They may also be able to point you towards the gay-friendly clubs and bars. And of course, all the other splendid entertainment options that make Galveston worth a vacation destination. The hotel’s concierges are more than welcoming and will try to create a wonderful escape!

If you’ve never been to Galveston before, it is always a good idea to talk with the locals. They may be able to tell you about the best-kept secrets in Galveston. You don’t have to trust just us. Be sure to read our review section to find out what visitors said on their recent visit.

Book Your Gay-Friendly Hotel Today!

When you are traveling to Galveston it’s nice to book a location that is comforting and lets you be you. Regardless if you are vacationing with friends or hoping to make new ones, Expedia has lots of LGBT-friendly hotel selections that will help create a trip you want to take every chance you get and without you going over your budget. Pack your bags and look forward to taking off to Galveston. The perfect accommodation is only a couple minutes away.