Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Inn the Woods, Hyde Park, New York

Author: , October 16th, 2015

Inn the Woods

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Welcome to “Inn the Woods” Bed & Breakfast in Hyde Park, New York. Located central to Antiques, Culinary Institute of America, Franklin D. Roosevelt Home & Library, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Valkill and Vanderbilt Mansion and the Hudson Valley Great Estates Region. Discover our wineries, trails, pick-your-own orchards, Drive-In movies and the Dutchess County Fair. Convenient when visiting area colleges: Bard, C.I.A. Marist and Vassar. Sitting on the balcony amongst the tree tops you hear a creek rushing over rocks, birds chirping and squirrels running through the leaves.

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Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals in the Hudson River Valley

Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Inn the Woods, Hyde Park, New York

Author: , October 12th, 2015

Inn the Woods

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Welcome to “Inn the Woods” Bed & Breakfast in Hyde Park, New York. Located central to Antiques, Culinary Institute of America, Franklin D. Roosevelt Home & Library, Eleanor Roosevelt’s Valkill and Vanderbilt Mansion and the Hudson Valley Great Estates Region. Discover our wineries, trails, pick-your-own orchards, Drive-In movies and the Dutchess County Fair. Convenient when visiting area colleges: Bard, C.I.A. Marist and Vassar. Sitting on the balcony amongst the tree tops you hear a creek rushing over rocks, birds chirping and squirrels running through the leaves.

See the Inn the Woods Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Visit Gay New York Like a Local

Author: , December 29th, 2014

Ed SalvatoThe ManAboutWorld founder Ed Salvato on gay New York – cruising at the Christopher Street Pier and shopping at Barneys with his boyfriend.

I’ve lived here since January 1, 2003. I moved from LA for a job and with my man. Ive since switched both but Ive had a fantastic life in NYC.

I’ve stayed because I love this city and its energy matches mine! Besides LA, I’ve also lived in Paris and Boston and, while I love every place Ive lived, this is the right city for me.

My favorite queer bar has to be? I dont drink very much but when our readers asks about a welcoming, fun gay spot I sometimes send them to the leather bar, Eagle. Its super friendly and youll find people of all ages, but especially guys 40 and above.

By Jamie Tabberer – Full Story at Gay Star News | New York City Gay Travel Resources

Coolest Sunday Brunch at Yotel New York

Author: , February 6th, 2012

20120205-164727.jpgCoolest Sunday Brunch at Yotel New York | New York, United States | Continuing with my posts on the trendy and funky development of the far West 42nd Street, today I came to one of my favorite hotels in New York, the Yotel to try their Sunday Brunch, hosted by Patrick Duffy. Just have to say that it will from now on be a keeper in my list. Great mixed crowd, fun, relaxed, not attitude… Heard that Chelsea Brunch restaurants, NO ATTITUDE. You pay and they treat you like a customer. USD 35 all you can eat and drink Brunch. Full post @ www.carlosmeliablog.com

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The OUT NYC

Author: , January 31st, 2012

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The OUT NYC | New York, United States |  Well it seems that West 42nd. Street area in between 10th and 11th Avenue (aka. Hells Kitchen), has lately been getting a lot of attention and happening. First the avant-garded Yotel, which I personally reviewed last week and loved, the new luxury apartments complex MiMA, and now the soon to open The OUT NYC Urban Resort which already is looking very promising and happening. The project is forecasted to open March 2012, so we will have to wait till then to see how it develops, looking forward to stay over to review it in full. Formerly to be Axel Hotel New York, today member of the Genre Hotels group, which I must say after over 20 years in this business have never heard of, but excited to learn more about. But this is not all this complex has to offer, big names are already part of this project and others to join soon. The OUT NYC hosts New York’s most highly anticipated nightlife venue XL Nightclub featuring already well established and classic events like Rock It by Fonabaiovoss and iconic New York night scene names like John Blair. Today I was briefly introduced to XL but this weekend I was invited to come and check the venue in full action, but I can say that already got my attention, a slick venue with a nice central bar and dance floor in the back. So stay tuned for more. CM (post by www.carlosmeliablog.com )

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The Mark Hotel New York City

Author: , January 20th, 2012


The Mark Hotel New York City 
|  New York, United States  |  I have just checked OUT from the beautiful and charming exclusive boutique hotel The Mark. If there is a way to describe it is… full class, welcoming, happening, fashionable and chic. 1927 landmark building at the corner of 77th Street and Madison Avenue. Designed by Jacques Grange and with impeccable service under the perfectionist eye of luxury hotel manager Olivier Lordonnois, The Mark combines old-world comfort, avant-garde design, the latest technologies and an unprecedented level of personal service to create the finest five-star hotel of the 21st-century. I have been in New York for over seven years, and I must say that I always stick to the same hotel preferences, although The Mark is not just a hotel, it is a whole experience of great taste and class. > Check the Full Post and more at www.carlosmeliablog.com

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