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Grand Hyatt New York
Grand Hyatt New York
4.0 out of 5.0 109 East 42nd Street, at Grand Central Terminal, New York, NY
3.9/5 (3439 reviews)

Clean and attentive with easy access to the Metro. We stayed during Xmas Vacation and had a wonderful time.

Reviewed on Jul 9, 2020
Hotel Beacon
Hotel Beacon
4.0 out of 5.0 2130 Broadway at 75th Street, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
4.5/5 (1032 reviews)

Always clean and superior covid prevention protocols.

Reviewed on Nov 21, 2020
Hyatt Union Square New York
Hyatt Union Square New York
4.0 out of 5.0 134 Fourth Avenue, New York, NY
Free Cancellation
4.5/5 (994 reviews)

It's a really beautiful facility! We enjoyed the room with a view and the cleanliness of it. The staff is fantastic - welcoming and informative. The only thing that was off-putting was the smell of the lobby and the bar. My son likened it to someone wearing too much Axe deodorant.

Reviewed on Mar 9, 2020

Gay-Friendly Hotels in New York

New York has been on your bucket list for some time, and now you're finally on your way. But before you grab your suitcase and head off to the airport, there are some big decisions to make. There is a lot that goes into planning your ideal vacation—from choosing the right clothes to choosing things to do in New York, and so much more. Expedia seeks to make part of that prepping a little smoother, so please take a look at our list of gay-friendly hotels in New York. Of course, you still have other decisions to make, but at least you can be confident you have somewhere nice to call home.

Finding your way in New York

Get ready to take a bite of the Big Apple ... how big of a bite is really up to you. You probably should spend some of your vacation as many other tourists do—exploring the Met, catching a show on Broadway, or strolling through Central Park—but be sure to venture off the beaten path a bit, too. Step inside the Leslie-Lohman Museum (the world's first museum dedicated to LGBTQ artists) or escape to otherworldly Chinatown. When it's time to wet your whistle, head to the historic Stonewall Inn or Julius' Bar (considered NYC's oldest gay bar). With so much to do in the city, you'll want to be able to relax back at the hotel, so book one of the LGBT hotels in New York where you can feel completely comfortable.

Find gay-friendly hotels in New York

Before long, you'll be touching down in New York, and adventure will follow. As your mind races with pictures of upcoming exploits in New York, be sure to put some time into choosing the perfect hotel. You'll want somewhere where you can feel safe and that isn't far from some of the best tourist sites of New York. Take a look at our list of gay-friendly hotels in New York to find the right spot for you and book now. Remember, as an AARP member you get exclusive bargains on rental cars, hotels, and more to cut costs on your vacation.