Atlanta is the capital and most populous city of Georgia. It also is the most metropolitan city of the South. It is a top destination spot for many who wish to live here, play here or both. As a matter of fact, more than half of the residents of Hotlanta have relocated from somewhere else in an effort to live life the way that they see fit.
Now affectionately referred to as the gay capital of the South, the original hub of Gay Atlanta was Midtown. Starting from 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue, you can feel the LGBTQ energy and pride, and it only gets louder as you further explore the arts and entertainment this gayborhood has to offer. Home to the Fox Theatre, SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film, Opera Nightclub and Sutra Lounge, your day and night are covered here, including great dining experiences at restaurants such as 5Church on Peachtree Street NE.
Of course, Gay Atlanta cannot be reserved to Midtown alone. Travel a few miles north to the elegant and high-end Buckhead, where you'll find one of the gay bars Atlanta has to offer, the first gay sports bar, Woofs. Each of the gay bars Atlanta has is unique in its own way, including Sister Louisa's Church of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium. Just call it Church! This funky bar with bizarre and ironically religious and pop culture decorations is located in the Old Fourth Ward, where LGBTQ pride is alive and well. And what would Gay Atlanta be without some Atlanta Pride? Dykes, trans and Atlanta Pride marchers gather around Piedmont Park for annual celebrations in early to mid-October.
With all there is to see and do in Atlanta, it's hard to believe that one can experience it all in just a matter of days. However, you should visit the Atlanta Symphony Hall and catch a performance by Wendy Williams, Maxwell, RuPaul or many other talents. In remembrance of the 1996 Olympic Games, there is also Centennial Olympic Park. Located in downtown Atlanta, the park has a Fountain of Rings, free concerts and many nearby attractions, such as the World of Coca-Cola and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
When considering the perfect gay hotel Atlanta has to offer for your stay, location is not a concern. Whichever neighborhood you stay in, you're likely to feel welcome. Any gay accommodation Atlanta has to offer must meet your standards, though, which is why you will find a variety of options through misterb&b. Whether you're looking for a couple's hotel stay in Midtown, a private room for one on Peachtree, a hidden gem in Buckhead or a downtown flat for the group, misterb&b has you covered. Whichever gay accommodation Atlanta has to offer you on misterb&b, you can be sure it will be a wonderful interlude to your whirlwind travels through ATL.