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Popular Gay and Lesbian Vacation Packages in San Francisco

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Gay and Lesbian Hotels in San Francisco

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Becks Motor Lodge
Becks Motor Lodge
3.0 out of 5.0 2222 Market Street, San Francisco, CA
Free Cancellation
4.4/5 (9 reviews)

The location is great and the rooms and the building are beautiful.

Reviewed on Mar 15, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyParkingFree Parking
The Marker San Francisco, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
The Marker San Francisco, a Joie de Vivre Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 501 Geary St, San Francisco, CA
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (118 reviews)

Nice, clean hotel close to a lot of amazing locations

Reviewed on Dec 11, 2018
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Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
4.0 out of 5.0 5 Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (226 reviews)

I LOVE this hotel. Staff are always helpful, friendly & professional. The location, atmosphere & decor are incredible. Location is ideal for so many wonderful San Francisco attractions. Well worth the money. I would highly recommend this hotel.

Reviewed on Apr 22, 2019
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Harbor Court Hotel
Harbor Court Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 165 Steuart St, San Francisco, CA
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (59 reviews)

The location is ideal, walking distance to many tourist attractions.

Reviewed on Apr 19, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyFree InternetInternet
The Phoenix Hotel
The Phoenix Hotel
2.5 out of 5.0 601 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA
Free Cancellation
4.0/5 (41 reviews)

I loved the parking on site and the location in proximity to down town. The Restaurant and bar were wonderful. The staff were outstanding. The retro vibe was fun! It is located in the Tenderloin which is very sketchy at best. We will stay here again!!!

Reviewed on Mar 31, 2019
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Civic Center Motor Inn
Civic Center Motor Inn
2.0 out of 5.0 364 9th St, San Francisco, CA
2.9/5 (81 reviews)

The rooms are comfortable but the building is located in a sketchy part of town. But overal my stay was comfortable

Reviewed on Mar 27, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyParkingWifi

San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Travel

The world’s gay and lesbian capital, San Francisco is nearly synonymous with all things queer. It’s been a liberal, tolerant haven for all kinds of people for generations, and the city’s LGBT scene is mature, developed, multi-faceted, and so integrated into the fabric of city life that it’s like living in a parallel gay universe. San Francisco (and increasingly Oakland) has a large and visible lesbian scene, with women-focused parties and events happening all over town. Beyond the classic gayborhood of the Castro, gays and lesbians can be found in every district of the city, but especially in lesbian-popular Bernal Heights and the Mission and around the gay establishments in SoMa (South of Market).

San Francisco is like a movie set—cinematic at every turn—and every part of the city is steeped in history. There's the still hippie-feeling Haight, lively Chinatown, cafe-laden North Beach and the Union Square shopping district. Also worth seeing are elegant Nob Hill and
Russian Hill, the picturesque Marina and the sweeping views of Twin Peaks. Tourist-choked but still worth-it attractions include Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge and above all, the 1,000-plus-acre Golden Gate Park, one of the world’s great urban parks. Here you’ll find the California Academy of Sciences, the Conservatory of Flowers, the Japanese Tea Garden and the stunning De Young Museum, as well as miles of groves and trails. And everywhere in this world-class city, you’ll find top-tier restaurants, shops and hotels that pride themselves in their uniqueness.

Travel tips

1. You don’t need a car. 

BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) trains link the San Francisco and Oakland airports to the city. Most San Franciscans don’t even own cars, and instead get around via biking, riding the bus (MUNI) and walking, aka their BMW (bike, MUNI, walk).

2. Autumn is summer in the city.

First-timers can be shocked at how chilly San Francisco gets in the winter and even in early summer. The nicest weather is in September and early October, a time to hit the area’s beaches and explore the outdoors. But it’s a good idea to pack a jacket any time of year.

3. Weather can be very specific to what part of town you stay in. 

The Avenues (the westernmost parts of San Francisco) are known to be foggy even if the rest of the city is sunny, while neighborhoods south and east of Twin Peaks can be warmer. Pack in layers and prepare to add and remove accordingly.

San Francisco LGBT Events

As one could predict, San Francisco LGBT Pride ( is, in a word, fabulous. Happening at the end of June to commemorate the Stonewall Rebellion in NYC, the parade meanders down Market Street and ends in the Civic Center with a massive festival, but the entire month includes a smorgasbord of citywide events including Frameline—the city’s amazing LGBT film festival.

The largest leather fetish event of its kind in the world, Folsom Street Fair ( brings tens of thousands of fetish enthusiasts (and plenty of gawkers) to SOMA for a weekend of booze, music and more than 200 exhibitors. You’ll see tons of flesh on display, but the community is very welcoming and men, women and trans people are all supported in large numbers.

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*Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.