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Chinatown LGBT Hotel Guide

You’ve done it—you’ve finally set aside some time for a vacation! You’ve been waiting for a long time to embark on this adventure, and we’re here to make sure it’s as exciting, memorable, and comfortable as it should be. All of the best gay hotels in Chinatown are ready to welcome you.

Whether you’re here to dance in the Pride Parade or just want to check out a limited-time art exhibition, your accommodation will ensure you have a warm, welcoming place to rest your head. Do you live to sample the menus at on-site restaurants? We’ve got a hotel for you. Aching to take a dip in the pool after a long day of hiking? Yes, we’ve got that covered as well. From Chinatown gay-friendly hotels in the heart of the city to quiet lodgings further out in the suburbs, you’re bound to find something that appeals to you.

Ready to take that next step toward making your dream vacation a reality? Travelocity has got your back—and outstanding deals at the best LGBT-friendly hotels in Chinatown. Book with us today and put the dollars you save back into your budget. You’ll soon be packing for you next getaway—it’s time to go and smell the roses.