Cape Town Welcomes Gay Travelers for Christmas

Published Date Author: , November 9th, 2011

To a large degree, the Southern Hemisphere misses out on the, ‘Magical White Christmas’ that the Northern Hemisphere so loves about their festive season. But the Southern Hemisphere firmly believes it has the better side of the deal, enjoying baking hot end-of-years, soaking up the sun and warmth on beaches and in natural tropics.

“With New York typically peaking at a maximum of 5*C, Tokyo and Paris at highs of 7*C and London at 10*C, the holiday cheer won’t be all that warm this December. The grimace of winter will be showing its face in the North and if the cold isn’t enough to persuade you, maybe the beautiful weather and scenery of the Southern Hemisphere will,” says Chris Hattingh, Marketing Director for The Glen, a four-star gay-friendly boutique hotel nestled in Sea Point, Cape Town.

“In the warmer months, which is almost all year round, the area is comparable to the finest vacation spots in the world, both in terms of weather and scenery and it’s one of the prime reasons why the hotel was built here.”

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