Aside from being one of the most exciting and lively cities in the world, with gorgeous parks, great shopping, and fascinating history, London is also one of the most diverse cities you could visit. Decadent hedonism makes its home here; get some glow sticks and get going. On the other hand, you might be more interest in hip spaces and contemporary art; the East End is popular with gay visitors for precisely these reasons. In summer, be part of the rainbow parade sashaying through the streets of the city towards a huge Soho party; in winter, enjoy its more sedate and cultural sibling that aims to celebrate diversity in art. So are there any gay hostels in London? Unfortunately, there are no more gay hotels around the world: Victoria Gay Hostel in London was the last in the capital, and it is now closed.
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Atlanta is a booming commercial center, which means there is no shortage of hotels. But don't expect a large variety of cute bed-and-breakfasts and definitely not a lot of hostels. The city's corporate nature reflects itself especially in its lodging choices: there are mostly international chains, which means there are plenty of luxury options for those travelers with high standards. Two hours north by car from Atlanta, The River's Edge is a gay-owned and -populated, clothing optional camping ground. Rent an RV or tent or bring your own. With only six rooms and suites, Stonehurst Place is an immaculate bed and breakfast in a refurbished Midtown estates.
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Did you know: Essayist William Hazlit once lived here. It's Duke of Monmouth Suite is set over two floors, has a private roof terrace, a stag made of stone, and a loo in a throne. But a writer friend of ours has let us in on the fact a luxury hotel, popular with authors, actors and other creative types, lies behind the dark green door.
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