Gay Life in Mexico – The Nomadic Boys

Author: , July 25th, 2019

Gay life in Mexico - The Nomadic Boys

There was a time when the number 41 was considered very bad luck in Mexico. The Army used to leave the number 41 out of battalions, and in hospital/hotel rooms, Room #41 would just be skipped out entirely. It was so bad that some people would even skip out their 41st birthday completely!

Why?

This innocuous number became synonymous with Mexican queer culture in the early 1900s following a raid on a private party by police on 17th November 1901. At this party, there were 41 men: 22 dressed as men, 19 as women. There was, in fact, a 42nd person in attendance: Ignacio de la Torre, who was President Porfirio Díaz’s son-in-law. Whilst the police allowed Ignacio to escape, they arrested the remaining 41, beat them, jailed them, convicted them, then later conscripted them into the army as punishment. This became a massive scandal in Mexican society and became known as “The Dance of the 41” (“Baile de los 41”).

Whilst homosexuality was legalised in Mexico as far back as 1871, society remained so hostile to homosexuality that this scandal led to the vilification of the number 41. Calling someone 41 was akin to saying they were queer.

Full Story at The Nomadic Boys

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HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT – THIS HAVEN IS A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN THAT WELCOMES LGBTQ GUESTS

Author: , July 3rd, 2019
HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT – This haven is a little piece of heaven that welcomes LGBTQ guests

By Steven Skelley and Thomas Routzong

If we could build the perfect resort in the perfect location with the perfect atmosphere, HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT would be it. The brand new $100 million oceanfront peaceful sanctuary made us feel like a sliver of Mexico coastline had been reserved just for us.

HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT is an adults-only, all-inclusive resort located between Cancun and Riviera Maya. This isn’t your standard party hotel, HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT is a peaceful, luxurious hideaway. This haven is a little piece of heaven.

We were invited to experience this amazing Mexican resort just seven months after it opened. We have been to the Mexican Riviera many times and have explored Mayan sites, nightlife areas and other hotels but we have never experienced a resort so stylish, welcoming and relaxing. We never felt the desire to leave the property!

Mauricio Levya the Mexico and Latin America Director told us, “We call our design Mexico Modern. Other resorts have someone with a microphone announcing things all day. We create a peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. We have a large, private beach. We have 333 suites. All of our dining and entertainment venues are in one area, not spread all over. We welcome all adult guests. We have many gay guests and gay employees. We welcome gay weddings. We offer the perfect wedding venue.”

Ernesto Luna the Managing Director told us, “I think we have an excellent product for the LGBTQ market. In just six months, we have hosted multiple gay weddings.”

As a gay, married couple ourselves, we can testify that HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT is LGBTQ welcoming and celebrating. We met at least a dozen LGBTQ couples during our stay and had wonderful experiences with hetero couples as well. HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT seems to generate an atmosphere of peace, joy and relaxation.

It’s not all about relaxation though. The Haven pool is for relaxing but the main pool has a DJ and is more energetic. Several times, musicians came out onto risers in the pool and performed! There are four restaurants, a café, six bars, 2 swim-up bars and a nightclub!

Moon’s Cabaret & Lounge Is everything you could hope for in a nightclub. The female vocalist from the Dominican Republic flawlessly covered Whitney Houston and Christina Aguilera note for note along with songs from Burlesque, The Greatest Showman, Chicago and more.

There are also 3 outdoor pools, a hot tub, yoga classes, a tennis court, plus a spa.

Jelena Ilic the Haven Spa Director told us, “My Senses Spa is here to bring you relaxation, peace and a bit of heaven at Haven! Our services help replace and flush the bad from your body and allow the good to come in.”

Jelena led us through a world-class hydro-therapy routine, ice plunges, saunas and massages that invigorated us from head to toe.

We were happy to try the fabulous dining venues and bars at HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT ranging from fine dining experiences to toes-in-the-sand hot dogs and burgers!

FLAVOURS
Get ready to be “wowed” by Flavours at Haven. Here, you’ll find an endless array of delectable dishes in a casual, unique and comfortable setting. It’s a social gathering spot; a place to relax and to enjoy your favorite foods, including a wide variety of artisan and local fare, all presented in distinctive culinary stations.

AGUA BENDITA
A contemporary blend of traditional Mexican cuisine and hospitality with a classic steak house. Modern décor fused with the deep traditions of Mexico. Visually stimulating yet incredibly comfortable.

OLIOS
Our Mediterranean restaurant is about fine dining at its best. Here our master chefs have curated an outstanding culinary experience based on the flavors and ingredients of the land and the sea. The restaurant features an exciting à la carte menu with each incredible meal complimented by an exceptional selection of wines, liqueurs, coffees and infusions. Nothing is overlooked.

VORA MAR
Drenched in beautiful ocean views, Vora Mar is a visual and gastronomic experience. As you enter you’ll be met by a pair of imposing cooking stations — a Basque charcoal grill — where the fish of the day and other delicacies are cooked to perfection.

SATSU
A multi-sensory culinary experience, our Asian Fusion restaurant is truly a memorable dining experience in an open kitchen format featuring distinct approaches to Asian cuisine. Enjoy your favorite sushi and sashimi, prepared fresh to order by expert chefs using the freshest of ingredients. Or try our Robata Grill where you’ll indulge in delectable charcoal-grilled small plates. Our traditional Teppanyaki stations highlight the art and show of Japanese food. Finally, choose from a range of individually prepared meals using classic cooking techniques from various gastronomic regions of Asia.

VISTAS SNACK BAR
Whatever your pleasure, you’re never more than a few steps (or a quick swim) away from satisfying those cravings at our Vistas Snack Bar. A convenient alternative for a casual poolside meal, featuring contemporary small plates. Serenity Club guests can also enjoy à la carte breakfast in a prefect open-air ambience.

MISTRAL
Soaking in the sun on the beach or relaxing by the pool? You’re never more than a few steps away from a great bite or refreshing drink. Mistral is the casual, fun place to eat, drink and enjoy the Mexican Caribbean.

MOONS
The hub of nightly entertainment, Moons brings  glitz and glamour to Haven. This is where you will want to enjoy after-dinner cocktails, socialize with other guests and be entertained in a vibrant, neon-infused, lounge setting. This cabaret comes alive with exciting stage shows, comedians, live bands, performance art, magicians to name a few.

LIMES
An American-style bar, Limes is a place for everyone. Choose from wide variety of international and local beers, wines and spirits, watch your favorite team on centrally located televisions and snack on contemporary finger food. This bar features indoor and outdoor seating and is located next to the Agua Bendita Restaurant.

HAVENS LOUNGE
The perfect place to start your evening or take a break from the midday sun, Havens Lounge serves refreshing beverages throughout the day and evening with a choice of comfortable indoor or outdoor seating.

MOCACCINO
Located in the main lobby, Mocaccino is a great place to enjoy your favorite specialty coffee drinks, teas and an assortment of pastry specialties and baked goods anytime throughout the day.

DOCKS POOL BAR
Featuring ocean views, our pool and wet bar serves up a tasty array of international and local drinks, Margaritas, cocktails and more.

VISTAS POOL BAR
Located at the resort’s expansive Havens Pool, our Vistas Pool Bar features swim-up seating as well as shaded outdoor seating and serves refreshing drinks, beer and wine. With spectacular ocean views, Vistas is a perfect cooling off respite while enjoying a sun-drenched day by the pool.

Our suite was luxurious and comfortable with an amazing ocean view.  They call it “an ultra-luxury fusion of sophisticated design with the five-star amenities and personalized service expected from the world’s best all-inclusive resorts. Within each of our 333 suites, the splendor of our oceanfront setting is reflected in upscale Mexican décor, ocean or garden views and indulgences like whirlpool tubs, aromatherapy menus and plush King beds with personal pillow menus. “

And…we had our own butler!

WEDDING & ROMANCE PACKAGES

 We cannot imagine a better choice for a destination wedding. HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT is such high quality in every area that their weddings are equally amazing.  Mauricio Levya the Mexico and Latin America Director took us to the photography office where we viewed wedding videos and photos. They were spectacular! One of their photographers won several nationwide contests. They have “crafted three unique wedding packages that will make your special day a truly memorable event. Choose the package that best suits your style and taste and leave the rest to our experienced wedding coordinator.“ https://www.havenresorts.com/weddings.html
HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORTis located at Ctra. Federal 307, Chetumal – Pto. Juarez, ​​Km 335, Puerto Morelos, Cancún – Q. Roo 77569 Mexico
Phone: +52 998 889 9600 | Reservations: +52 998 889 9600

For more information, visit https://www.havenresorts.com/

 HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT is the ideal vacation resort with a tremendous, welcoming staff, delicious dining and extraordinary amenities.If we could build the perfect resort in the perfect location with the perfect atmosphere, HAVEN RIVIERA CANCUN RESORT would be it. This haven is a little piece of heaven.
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Article by Steven Skelley and Thomas Routzong
Copyright 2019 Sunny Harbor Publishing
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Hotel Villa Verde – Merida Gay Owned Bed and Breakfast

Author: , June 14th, 2019

Hotel Villa Verde

Come visit us at Merida’s Hotel Villa Verde – a lovely, restored 250 year-old colonial mansion and grounds in Merida’s “Centro” district. We’re close to everything!

Hotel Villa Verde features just five guest rooms to ensure your tranquility and comfort during your stay here in Merida. Your guest room features a private bath, premium linens and towels, upscale amenity products, free Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, safe, iPod/iPad charger, blow dryer, and much more.

We serve a complimentary breakfast each morning and have an honor bar filled with wines, beers and soda is available anytime.

Love to swim? Hotel Villa Verde has a large, sexy waterfall pool surrounded by sunny and shady areas and a private upper sun deck.

You can relax in our front portico courtyard, with five trickling fountains or our large tropical garden in the rear of the property.

See the Hotel Villa Verde Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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Gay Puerto Vallarta – The Nomadic Boys

Author: , June 14th, 2019

Gay Puerto Vallarta - The Nomadic Boys

Puerto Vallarta in Mexico is one of the hottest gay destinations. Over the past few decades it has become a popular draw for gay men, particularly expats from the US and Canada. It has tons of bars, clubs, boutique shops, beach parties and events happening throughout the year.

We came for the exciting gay Puerto Vallarta Pride which takes place every May. It was absolutely awesome and the reason why we regard it as one of the best Pride events in Latin America.

Whether you visit Puerto Vallarta for Pride or at another time of the year, the city always seems to ooze a feeling of acceptance, tolerance and outright fabulousness!

This is our comprehensive gay guide to Puerto Vallarta featuring all the best gay places to hangout, hotels to stay, events, things to do and loads more.

Gay rights in Puerto Vallarta

Mexico has some pretty progressive LGBTQ laws. Homosexuality was decriminalised as early as 1871 during its brief French occupation, and a wide range of anti-discrimination laws were introduced in 2003. It’s also slowly heading towards full gay marriage equality.

In relation to the Jalisco Province, where Puerto Vallarta is based, gay marriage was legalised in March 2016 following an unanimous decision by the Supreme Court of Mexico that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional. As a result, the offending law was quickly revoked and as of 20 April 2016, gay weddings were allowed to take place.

By Stefan Arestis – Full Story at The Nomadic Boys

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The San Miguel de Allende Cathedral

Author: , June 6th, 2019

The San Miguel de Allende Cathedral

The San Miguel de Allende Cathedral in Mexico is the most iconic landmark of this colonial city. This postcard-perfect town is located 170 miles north of Mexico City.

San Miguel de Allende was voted by the readers of Travel + Leisure Magazine as the “World’s Best City” in 2017 and 2018!

The old part of this town was declared UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.

By Alain – Full Story at Keep Calm and Wander

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Paraiso de los Angeles – Gay friendly Oaxaca Vacation Rental

Author: , May 13th, 2019

Paraiso de los Angeles

El Paraiso de Los Angeles sits on Mexico’s southern Pacific coast, in the state of Oaxaca. We offer a taste of the real Mexico, far from crowded tourist destinations, near the fishing village of Puerto Angel and the mythic sites of Zipolite and Mazunte. El Paraiso de los Angeles is the location of the film “A thing of Beauty”, a Jake Jaxson production (Cockyboys)

Our Oaxacan oceanside villas offer a stunning combination of modern beach holiday and immersion with nature: you’ll hear the waves crashing against the shore from your villa, and see dolphins and whales jumping in the sea at the right time of year.

We offer three Mexican vacation rental villas facing the sea, along with a swimming pool and a magnificent, front-row view of the shimmering Pacific Ocean. Our Oaxaca vacation rental villas face south, allowing guests to watch the sun to rise and set (winter time) daily.

The nearest airports are Huatulco (40 kilometers) or Puerto Escondido (70 kilometers).

See the Paraiso de los Angeles Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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Another Beautiful Day in Puerto Vallarta – Dolly Travels

Author: , April 25th, 2019

Puerto Vallarta - Dolly

Hola!

I know. I did not put the upside-down exclamation point at the beginning, as I should have done. Nevertheless, I want to write another post, and tell you more about this lovely city.

On Saturday, I went downtown to the weekly open market. There were many things to see and do. The market was busy, crowded, for apparently, many of the ex-pat locals get together at the market; I heard English spoken more than Spanish, and I just knew those people were not ordinary tourists, like me.

As so often happens at markets, some of the merchants do not have their own stall… Some have to wear their merchandise on their head.

I did not investigate the vegan taco/hamburger stand. It just did not sound right to me. It must seem right to others, though, for the stand was quite busy.

Later, I walked along the Malecon, starting at the southern end and walked back toward the Centro, near the Cathedral.

It certainly was a day to be in or close to the water.

Back in my own neighborhood, which is at the far northern end of Puerto Vallarta, by the Marina, I found some interesting sights that I probably would not see back home.

First, I saw two different versions of food trucks. I have made a habit of going for an early morning walk every day. This enterprising man was doing a booming business, every day. His customers were locals, I believe.

Yesterday, I left the marina and walked into an older neighborhood just a couple of blocks away. Another food truck was there. The man was a genius. He was standing at the tail gate of his truck. He had a griddle to his left, a pot of beans to his right, and a work station right in front of him. He was cutting up a piece of meat that just came off of some unseen pot, and he was chopping it up for tacos or burritos. He was doing a booming business, with customers coming out of the nearby shops, waiting for their breakfast. I stayed away, but the aroma from that truck certainly was enticing.

Many of the workers on the construction sites and other businesses nearby do not have their own transportation. Hotel workers receive bus fare from the employer, or some, like the Westin, run their own employee vans. Others, as these men below, just get into the back of a pick up truck.

Today, I am going to go back to town, and hopefully, walk the entire length of the Malecon, up and back, for there is just something about that two mile stretch of walkway along the seashore that keeps calling me back.

Then, this afternoon, I will relax under a palapa, sip a refreshing tropical drink, and end another happy day.

My goal for the afternoon…relaxing on the beach.

I will say, “Adios” for now. I will be back soon.

Dolly

San Sebastián del Oeste – Dolly Travels

Author: , April 17th, 2019

San Sebastián del Oeste

!Hola!

I think I am finally getting the hang of this Spanish language. I know how to ask for someone to fix the sink. I can order food and drink, get a taxi…hmm. That is about it. An older man, a helper at Walmart, asked me today why I didn’t speak Spanish. I told him I was working on it, but he shook his head and declared I should have done that years ago. I don’t know why he felt that way, but I told him I would keep trying, but he shook his head again, as if to declare me hopeless. Oh, well. My new phrase today, direct from my language translator, is: ¿Alquiera en busca una cerveza? Is anyone up for a beer?

Today is a lovely day: a bit breezy, but the sun is shining, and all is well in Puerto Vallarta.

This morning I walked to Walmart. I can see that complex from where I sit, but to get there, one has to go around the marinas, past the Naval Base, then take your life in your hands to cross the busy boulevard. I didn’t trust the policeman who kept telling me to go, when trucks and buses were coming around the corner aiming for me. I waited until some locals crossed, then I went with them. Whew! Adventure looms everywhere.

Today is going to be a relaxing day for me. I have an appointment at a spa later this afternoon for manicure, pedicure, 50 minute massage and a facial for a cost of approximately $55. We will see how that turns out.

Yesterday, I took a tour up to an old town far up in the Sierra Madre, reported to be the oldest town in this area. San Sebastián del Oeste was established in 1605, and flourished due to silver mining. After that, gold was discovered up there, so mining for those minerals, plus lead, made San Sebastián a busy place, with the population in 1900 being around 20,000 persons. Now, there are fewer than 1,000 residents. The town is kept clean and pretty, as it is considered one of the “Pueblos Majicos”, due to its history. The town receives a subsidy from the Mexican government to keep it historically correct, including the thick adobe walls of the buildings, and red tile roofs and the architecture. The streets are made of rock: big rocks, little rocks, all cemented together in an uneven hodge podge, it seemed to me. There are sidewalks for about half of the town. I had to laugh, as we saw cars proceeding down the street, slowly bumping up and down. Not that it was needed, for the cars could not go very fast, but the speed bump on one of the side streets was constructed of a heavy rope thrown across the street. It had obviously been there a long time, for it was pretty well enmeshed into the rocks of the street.

Before we got to San Sebastián, which, by the way, is a two-hour drive from Puerto Vallarta, we made three stops. Our guide told us that the first paved roads to that town were constructed in the 1960’s. Up till then, the only roads were dirt. Can you imagine, in the silver and gold mining days, goods and people had to be transported from Puerto Vallarta, where they arrived by ship. The primary means of transport, then, was by pack mule. The journey took two days.

Our first stop, about and hour from PV, was at a store called El Puente de Krystal, which I assume refers to the bridge over a huge ravine beside the store. I was happy that we stopped there, for Frank and I had visited that place on a tour a few years ago.

We watched a woman making home made tortillas from the masa de maiz. She had a big bowl of that lovely dough under the cloth beside her. When someone wanted a taco, she pulled off a ball of dough, pressed it into a tortilla, threw it onto the wood-fired stove top, let it cook until it puffed up, then she picked it up, turned it over. When it was done to her satisfaction, she pulled the tortilla off the grill, put it onto a small plate, then handed it to the customer. There were bowls of retried beans, pico de gallo, guacamole, shredded cheese and salsa prepared. The customer made his taco to his or her preference. I had two of the delicious tacos, for a cost of $1 each.

Our next stop was at a tequila factory, of course. Jalisco, the Mexican state we are in, is the birthplace of tequila, so on any tour, one ends up at a tasting of that beverage.

This place was very simple, with techniques for making tequila going back generations of this same family. They use pure blue agave, the leaves and the root, to begin the process.

I took tiny tastes of tequila, but I am not a connoisseur; others said it was very good.

Next, we visited a coffee farm. There, I did taste the product, and it was delicious. The coffee farm had been established over 100 years ago. There was a woman called Maria, who had been the mother of 21 children, who started the farm with her husband. She outlived him, so she continued the farm and coffee production. Her next-to-youngest son now runs the business, and he is getting up in years, also. Maria, by the way, lived to be 85 years old. I cannot even fathom having a baby almost every year, as she did, beginning with the first child when she was 15 years old, and her youngest, when she was 46. Holy moley! And then she ran the farm, which is about 20 acres, I believe.

We were given a lesson on coffee growing, harvesting, roasting. I also learned that this is an organic farm. An interesting side note is the farm uses natural pesticide: a mixture of oil, garlic and serrano pepper. Hmm. Sounds a lot like the recipe for shrimp ajillo I told you about in an earlier post, except the pepper or chile is different. I might try that on my plants at home and see if it will keep the squirrels away.

Our guide took us to a very nice restaurant in San Sebastián. It was tastefully decorated, and the food was scrumptious. We were served chicken mole, cheese quesadillas, shredded beef for tacos, rice and beans. I could see the cook making tortillas in the kitchen, and cooking them as needed.

We ended our tour in the town square, after visiting the church of San Sebastián.

All in all, it was a pleasurable day. After all that walking on the rocky streets, and listening to Mario tell us all the cultural information, we were a tired group that headed back to Puerto Vallarta. I was grateful to Mario, our guide, for in his real life, he is a history teacher. He gave us so much very good information, both on the history of Mexico and this area in particular, but he expanded more on the anthropological and sociological aspects of Mexico. I felt it was a very worthwhile trip, for me.

By the time I got back to the resort, though, my feet and my brain were tired. I settled into my room for a nap before I ventured out for dinner.

I stayed at the resort for dinner and was treated to a lovely sunset.

So, adios from Puerto Vallarta, until next time. This is, indeed, a restful place.

–Dolly

Original Post: Dolly Travels

Another Day in Puerto Vallarta – Dolly Travels

Author: , April 4th, 2019

Puerto Vallarta - Dolly Travels

!Hola, mi amigos,

Good morning, everyone,

It seems that time just is flying by, as every day I find something new to do; although, most of the time, I am simply relaxing and being lazy.

My youngest son, Rob, and his wife, Amy, joined me here a few days ago, so we have been exploring the town and the marina, primarily looking for the best food and drinks.

I have been here for 11 days already and I have eaten shrimp everyday. I am still not tired of it. Sometimes I have the fresh catch of the day, which so far has been either mahi mahi or red snapper, both of which have been delicious. If I have shrimp for lunch, then I might have the fish for dinner. Or vise versa.

One of my favorite dishes (above): Camarones in ajillo sauce. I had to look up the recipe. It is very simple, actually. The chef sautés garlic and chopped dried guajillo chiles in oil, then sautés the shrimp in that. The spicy oil is poured over the camarones when it is served. Here at the Tenampa pool bar, the shrimps are served with steamed veggies, a portion of rice, and for some reason, toasted bread. It is so good. I tell myself it is a healthy meal.

In the right, you can see the shrimp salad, which is another good choice. Those shrimp have also been sautéed in the chile oil.

Another favorite dish has been the fajitas del camarones. Just so much good food here, sometimes it is difficult to make a decision.

Okay, other than the food, walking has been on my agenda, nearly every day. I start my mornings with a three mile walk, up and around the marina, stopping for a Starbucks cappuccino, then continue on back to the condo. I have breakfast, then I write, every day, for at least an hour. Afternoons are devoted to relaxing by the pool or going into town.

Or, if I am not by the pool, relaxing by the beach, under a palapa, is also a pleasant way to spend the afternoon.

On Thursday afternoon, there was a big market at the marina. Tents were set up all around the perimeter of the marina, selling all different types of merchandise: food stalls, taco wagons, dessert tents, where slices of some of the most delicious-looking cakes were sold. One stall had huge pans of paella and more pans of gumbo. Fortunately, I had already eaten, or I might have made a pig of myself.

There were also Indian dancers performing.

Yesterday, there was high clouds over the city, making the day a bit cooler, but no rain.
As we walked along the Malecon, we could see the waves crashing onto the shore. We watched pelicans diving into this waves to catch fish. Those big birds dive so fast, and so straight down, I had to wonder if they every suffer broken necks. They were amazing to watch.

Today, on my walk through the marina, I once more spotted a big crocodile. I think he was waiting for me, for today, his head was out of the water, up on the rocks, and he was smiling at me.

I was too mesmerized this morning to think to take a picture, for all I could think of, was the Disney song, “Never Smile at a Crocodile”, from the movie, “Peter Pan”. Now, of course, I can’t get the song out of my head.

So, life is fun, and I am getting work done on my book. Most of all, though, I am relaxing. This vacation was much-needed and I appreciate all of you who helped me get to this lovely, restful place.

I will close with a sunset picture from a few days ago. Now, it is lunch time, and the camarones at Tenampa Bar are calling for me to come enjoy them.

So, I shall say,

Hasta la vista, until we meet again.

Dolly

Casa Alebrijes Hotel – Guadalajara Gay Owned Bed & Breakfast

Author: , March 16th, 2019

Casa Alebrijes Hotel

Welcome to Guadalajara, Mexico’s best hotel for gay men and women and their friends – Casa Alebrijes is only two blocks from the center of the gay nightlife area with 25 gay bars and discotheques, all within walking distance of our front door. Guadalajara is often called the San Francisco of Mexico.,

This Guadalajara hotel has two floors with two suites for 1-4 persons, and seven guest rooms for 1 or 2. The first floor includes a lovely garden patio with a fabulous fountain. The second floor has a wide balcony that overlooks the garden patio.

Our Guadalajara hotel is in a late 19th century home that has been carefully and beautifully restored in a traditional style, along with modern conveniences, while respecting the original architecture.

See the Casa Alebrijes Hotel Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

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