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While your first thoughts of Los Angeles may be Hollywood, movie stars, and the Walk of Fame, this sprawling metropolis in Southern California is home to a very active gay community. Two years before the Stonewall Riots of New York, the Black Cat Tavern Riots took place, where undercover police raided the bar, beating and arresting people who showed same-sex displays of affection. A month later, protesters took to Santa Monica Boulevard, condemning the behaviour and demanding equal rights. Today, the city’s proud LGBTQ scene can be mainly found in WeHo (West Hollywood) as well as in historic Silver Lake and up and coming Downtown. Gay accommodation in Los Angeles is also abundant, with a host of misterb&b apartments dotted throughout town.
As far as gay accommodation in Los Angeles goes, a misterb&b apartment is the perfect option. The city is spilling with well-appointed apartments that cater to different tastes. If you are traveling in numbers, or alternatively like to holiday solo, opt for an entire apartment for your gay accommodation. Otherwise, there are plenty of misterb&b hosts who delight in welcoming travelers to their homes, and offer extremely comfortable private rooms for you to settle into. Or why not try our new service where you can search for gay and gay-friendly hotel rooms? Either way, your gay accommodation is sorted with a misterb&b apartment, leaving you more time to explore the city’s enchanting facets.
With more than 1 million listings in 200 countries, misterb&b is the largest gay hotelier in the world. This makes it the natural choice for your next gay accommodation option. Whether you’re planning a once-in-a-lifetime adventure strolling down Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, or you’re indulging in a spontaneous romantic weekend getaway with bae with a stay in WeHo, misterb&b is here to make gay travel a breeze. Explore Los Angeles, experience your pride, and enjoy gay hospitality at its best.