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Welcome to our hand-picked collection of gay friendly hotels ranging from intimate classic country houses in Scotland and Wales to uber cool boutique luxury hotels with spas in city destinations including Berlin, London, New York and Paris. 

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Hazlitts hotel, Soho, London
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An intimate and quirky boutique hotel in London’s gay village with a huge history and heart. Step through the door and enter the world of a stylish 18th century gentleman’s club – very English, civilised and eccentric but never stuffy. FIND OUT MORE >
Quinta Azul Hotel, Rio, Brazil
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Stylish hilltop boutique hotel in Rio's bohemian quarter. With a serene vibe and stunning tropical woodland views at this restored 19th century heritage building, Rio's famously exuberant club and restaurant scene is just a stone's throw away. FIND OUT MORE >
The Bell, Ticehurst, East Sussex, England
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Chateau la thuiliere, Dordogne, SW France
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Tuddenham Mill, Suffolk, England
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Casa Fajara hotel, South West Portugal
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Quinta Azul Hotel, Rio, Brazil
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The Idle Rocks Hotel, St Mawes, Cornwall, England
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Hotel Galini, Santorini, Greece
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Villa de Mazamet, Midi-Pyrenees, SW France
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Stonehurst Place, Atlanta, USA
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Hotel Le 20 Prieure, Paris, France
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Knockendarroch Hotel, Pitlochry, Perth, Scotland
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Almohalla 51 hotel, Archidona, Andalucia, Spain
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Hip hideouts, Val d'Isère, French Alps, France
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Masseria San Domenico hotel, Savelletri di Fasano, Puglia, Italy
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The Rectory, The Cotswolds, England
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Manorhaus, Ruthin, North Wales
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