Travel with Pride
Imagine a place where you are welcome—no matter who you are, who you love, and how you identify. Now imagine how much fun that place is going to be when you’re relaxing poolside, exploring a museum, going out with friends—or doing nothing at all. For more than 20 years, Orbitz has been a trusted friend to the LGBTQIA community. We have always had your back and we always will. Book with Orbitz and choose from thousands of LGBTQIA-welcoming hotels that have signed our pledge of inclusivity, plus earn rewards instantly using Orbitz Rewards. Trust and safety are key to a great vacation. So is having fun, and lots of it.
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Our favorite happy places
Pink Dolphin Monument
Nestled along the East Beach of Galveston Island, Texas, this monument celebrates LGBTQIA+ communities. Todrick Hall says "If you don’t get a photo, were you ever really there?" Read more about Todrick’s #HappyPlace destinations here.
Wynwood Art District
A colorful Miami neighborhood filled with street art, murals, and graffiti. With over 70 art galleries and museums, it’s easy to spend all day—and it’s great for the Gram, according to Allie & Sam. Check out more of their #HappyPlace destinations here.
Mondrian Los Angeles
The Mondrian Los Angeles has an open air SkyBar and the most amazing views of the city. Spend hours relaxing poolside with delicious food and drinks. If you need an oasis in this city, this is it. Read more about his #HappyPlace destinations here.
Quaint and mysterious, the courtyard of Hotel Provincial in the French Quarter is a great place to beat the heat. Beau & Matt also say it’s the perfect hideaway for a cocktail. Read about this and their other #HappyPlace destinations here.
Complete with retro pool and iconic neon sign, the queer-woman owned Austin Motel is on South Congress. Christopher Rhodes says it’s a place where y’all really does mean all. Read more about his #HappyPlace destinations here.
Leslie Lohman Museum
If you want to learn about queer history, look no further. The Leslie Lohman Museum of Art in SoHo is a personal favorite of Ravi Roth for its ever-changing exhibits. Read more about Ravi’s #HappyPlace destinations here.
One of only 3 lesbian bars in NYC, Cubbyhole is the perfect place to grab a drink and maybe meet someone. Just ask Gabi & Shanna—they met there. Read about their #HappyPlace destinations here.