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Budget accommodation waiheke Above: Letting it all hang out at Mar Bella beach The heart of Barcelona's gay scene budget accommodation waiheke lies in the small corner of the vast sprawling Eixample district (which was thrown up in the 19th century when the city outgrew its medieval walls and expanded exponentially in a grid pattern reminiscent of New York).
The blocks around accommodation frinton Casanova street, above the Gran Via boulevard, are full of fantastic gay hang outs, stylish restaurants, trendy boutiques, sex shops, nightclubs and even the odd gay sauna.
No budget accommodation waiheke wonder this little enclave has been dubbed by locals as "Gay-xample" (or "Gaixample" for the correct Catalan spelling).
And, whereas you'll find a disproportionally high percentage of pretty boys in tight paducah budget accommodation waiheke trousers accommodation, with finely-chiselled facial hair, out walking their twin Chihuahuas, in this particular zone of Barcelona, in fact the city is liberal enough that you never need bracebridge accommodation feel penned to 'the gay district'. You can meet gays and lesbians at almost every cultural event. party and club in the city and plenty of hip establishments are run by gay budget accommodation waiheke and gay-friendly folk all over town.
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This beautiful seaside town bustles with life all summer long, whilst in winter shiny happy people descend en masse for its world-famous carnival celebrations. Fancy dress is an absolute must, no matter how cold it is outside! After all that preamble, time to get to the nitty gritty.
Here are some recommendations for how to make the most of your time in Barcelona.
Gay Accommodation in Barcelona Axel Hotels are the world's first gay hotel chain (they are not exclusively gay, rather wittily dubbing themselves 'hetero-friendly'), and the Barcelona Axel Hotel certainly warrants attention. Rooftop terrace with swimming pool and bar, wellness centre and great location on the edge of Gayxample make for a good package.
Meanwhile Hotel Cram and Casanova Hotel are both stylish digs well-located in the gay district budget accommodation waiheke accommodation with a reputation of being very gay-friendly. More centrally there's always plenty of room at the Hotel California.