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The ultimate guide to gay-friendly hotels, bars, and casinos in Las Vegas

Vegas is the place known to suit anyone's pockets and needs

By Steve Brown


Las Vegas is the synonym for fun, money, partying, booze and of course, gambling.

It is the one and only place where it is worth spending your money because you get so much more in return and we’re not only talking about real money – we’re talking about the real experience.

No words can explain the heat of Vegas. It is a place known to suit anyone’s pocket and needs.

But, is the situation the same for anyone? Does the LGBT community have a say in it? Let’s find out how limited or wide the options in the city of fun are for the LGBT community.


Although there aren’t a lot of LGBT-exclusive hotels in Las Vegas (one is currently closed), there are many gay-friendly hotels that you could enjoy.

For example, the most popular hotel-casinos Borgata, Luxor, Allure, Paris, Hard Rock Hotel, New York-New York are devoted to homosexual tourists and prove this devotion with a lot of advertising materials.

They offer the LGBT community musicals, parties, pool parties and a lot of other entertaining stuff.

Naturally, all of these hotels have amazing casinos where you can definitely get the most of Vegas. These casinos offer a wide range of games in order to attract customers and make their stay enjoyable and worthy.


If you prefer playing casino from your home instead, there’s a lot of other fun stuff you can do in Las Vegas, too.

There’s a street full of gay bars and dance areas where you can drink, dance and flirt.

Piranha, Badlands Saloon, Flex Nightclub (with great drag shows), Charlie’s of Las Vegas are just an example of great places to spend your unforgettable time in Vegas.


Nobu, Part at Fremont, Yusho, EAT, Comme Ca are just some of the millions of restaurants that offer not only super delicious food but also a pleasant stay.

Hugo’s Cellar, Shake Shack, CUT, Jaleo are also good suggestions for those of you who want friendly bartenders, great music, and good-looking people. 

What else?

As we see in movies, everyone gets married in Vegas. The LGBT community is no exception.

Marriage equality is legal in Vegas and you can tie the knot right there and then! What a great idea for a trip to Vegas to propose to your loved one!

You can freely walk down the aisle with your loved one in the company of your friends or some unfamiliar faces who also wait in line to get married.

The ceremony will be officiated by Elvis and you’ll love the funny memories!

Afterward, you two can relax in one of the Vegas’ finest spas. The Palazzo, Paris Spa, BATHHOUSE or Canyon Ranch Spa Club are just some of the many spas you can treat yourself with.

They offer tranquil, luxurious rooms, saunas, thermal treatments and a lot of other calming stuff to make your stay even better.