With more than one million gay visitors a year, Fort Lauderdale has a fantastic selection of hotels. The city has everything from exclusive all-male resorts to more classic, traditional hotels. If you’re looking where to stay while in the sunny tropics of gay Fort Lauderdale, you’ve come to the right place.
Gay resorts in Fort Lauderdale
Everyone loves The Cabanas Guesthouse and Spa located in the heart of Wilton Manors. This clothing-optional resort has won awards year after year for its top-notch service, amenities, spa, and lush tropical landscaping.
The Worthingtons Resort in Fort Lauderdale is another award-winning accommodation, as well as the biggest clothing-optional resort in the States! The resort also owns the Villa Venice Resort and the Alcazar resort. All three are connected by beautiful botanical walkways. The resorts have three pools to choose from and two hot tubs and are only a five minute walk from Sebastian Beach!
A friendly vibe can always be found at Big Coconut Guesthouse, which was featured in Gay Travelers magazine as one of their favorite places to stay. This is a great spot for solo travelers looking to make new friends.
Cheston House clothing-optional guesthouse is another great option for beach lovers as it is a hop, skip, and a jump from the beach. Enjoy the continental breakfasts and beach towel and umbrella rentals.
Gay Fort Lauderdale hotels
Classic, minimalistic rooms are found at Hotel Lush Royale, steps away from the beach, though, some don’t even make it there, choosing to stay at the resort’s two lovely heated pools.
Pineapple Point Guesthouse and Resort consistently rates number one for Fort Lauderdale hotels on Tripadvisor due to its impeccable guest services for sophisticated gay travelers.