Beginning of main content
Trip Type
Flight 1
Flight 2
Flight 3
Flight 4
Flight 5

Popular Gay and Lesbian Vacation Packages in Washington

2 to 5 Day Gay and Lesbian Packages

Gay and Lesbian Hotels in Washington

Estimated price for 1 night/2 adults

Park Hyatt Washington
Park Hyatt Washington
5.0 out of 5.0 1201 24th Street, NW, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
4.5/5 (35 reviews)

Superb hotel. Spotless, clean and a wonderful scented lobby. Can not wait to return.

Reviewed on Dec 31, 2018
Lgbt FriendlyLuxuryRoomservice
The Dupont Circle Hotel
The Dupont Circle Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 1500 New Hampshire Ave Nw, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (377 reviews)

Centrally located. The staff was superior. Doyle's restaurant was top-notch.

Reviewed on Feb 26, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyBarDining
Grand Hyatt Washington
Grand Hyatt Washington
4.0 out of 5.0 1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (560 reviews)

I liked the central location of the hotel. Good restaurants around the area. The woman in the dining room at breakfast as well as the concierge were outstanding. Clean and well decorated. I didn’t like the fact that I reserved a king room and was told that they over booked and I was only offered ...

Reviewed on Apr 11, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyConciergeDining
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill
4.0 out of 5.0 400 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
4.0/5 (411 reviews)

Clean rooms very nice hotel my reservation said hi floor with view we stay at the 5 floor should be hire floor

Reviewed on Apr 24, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyConciergeFitness Center
Liaison Washington Capitol Hill
Liaison Washington Capitol Hill
4.0 out of 5.0 415 New Jersey Ave Nw, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
4.0/5 (320 reviews)

Great location. Walking distance to the Capital. The staff were courteous and competent. Nice room, well priced for Downtown DC.

Reviewed on Apr 19, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyDiningBusiness
The Embassy Row Hotel
The Embassy Row Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 2015 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC
Free Cancellation
3.9/5 (51 reviews)

Great location. Cleaning Lady wore extremely pungent perfume that made it almost unbearable. I had to have staff

Reviewed on Apr 22, 2019
Lgbt FriendlyBarDining

Washington DC Gay and Lesbian Travel

If you are ever going to feel a sense of patriotism, it will be in magnificently planned Washington, D.C., where there seems to be a breathtaking monument around every corner. You can also be proud of your gay history here too: In 1965, America’s first gay civil rights demonstration took
place in front of the White House, with picketers dressed in business suits; the city’s Gay and Lesbian Activists Alliance is the nation’s oldest continuously active LGBT organization; in 1991, the nation’s first Black Gay and Lesbian Pride Day happened here; and within hours of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of marriage equality in June 2015, the White House lit up in the colors of the Pride Flag.

You could spend days and days and still not see everything on the Mall, the gorgeous space between the Capitol building and the Lincoln Memorial. Most of the buildings of the Smithsonian are on the Mall, as are the National Archives (home to the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights) and the Washington, Jefferson and Roosevelt Monuments. In D.C. you’ll find a museum for any mood including the National Museum Natural History, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, the National Air and Space Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Despite its reputation as a businesslike, buttoned-down and even sleepy town, D.C. is one of gayest destinations on the East Coast. Sure, it may not have the hip nightlife of New York or Miami, but scores of LGBT people call the place home. The city even has a Mayor’s Office on LGBT Affairs. Although gays are scattered across town in places like Capitol Hill, Shaw, Columbia Heights, Adams Morgan, NoMa and elsewhere, the main hub remains the traditionally queer area of Dupont-Logan, although queer bars now flourish along the U Street Corridor. Visit Memorial Day Weekend for the huge, four-day Black Pride Festival; the multi-faceted Capital Pride Festival is held in June; and Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend in January has become the East Coast’s must-do fetish weekend.

Travel tips

1. Consider the trains—all of them.

Amtrak's high-speed train, the Acela, travels from D.C. to New York in under three hours (when it’s not delayed). It can be a lot less of a hassle than flying. Meanwhile, the city’s subway system—the Metro, is fast, efficient and reliable. Take it everywhere.

2. Visit during the quieter congressional recesses. 

Lawmakers break for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, July 4 and the entire month of August. Mid-March through June is the busiest time in D.C., as it’s springtime when the cherry blossoms are in bloom along the Potomac. Hot and sticky August can have cheaper hotel rates as well.

3. The tourism board gives good info. 

D.C. has a very gay-positive tourism board; go to

Recently Reviewed Gay and Lesbian Hotels

*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.