In Key West


We’ve been traveling to Key West for many years. The history, architecture, music, art, sunsets and tropical weather are just a few of the many things that have kept us returning to this tiny Island paradise over and over again. But it’s the diversity of the people that make it one of the most unique and friendly places to be on the planet. The citizens of Key West are so open and accepting and the philosophy of “One Human Family” permeates the entire culture of the Island and is something you can feel and absorb and appreciate the whole time you’re there. It has a feel and character that is refreshingly unique and all its own. Below you will find a few ideas to get you started!!  Cheers!!

Lodging Exclusively for Men

Equator Resort 822 Fleming St (305-294-7775, 800-278-4552)

Island House Resort 1129 Fleming St (305-294-6284, 800-890-6284)

New Orleans House 724 Duval St (305-293-9800, 888-293-9893)

LGBTQ Lodging

Alexander’s Guesthouse 1118 Fleming St (305-294-9919)

La Te Da Hotel and Restaurant 1125 Duval St (305-296-6706)

LGBTQ Bars and Clubs

The 801 Bourbon Bar 801 Duval St (305-294-4737)

Aqua Nightclub 711 Duval St (305-294-0555)

Bobby’s Monkey Bar 900 Simonton St (305-294-2655)

Bourbon St Pub 724 Duval St (305-294-9354)

Garden of Eden 224 Duval St (305-296-4565)

Saloon One 504 Petronia St (305-294-4727)

If I’m missing some, I do apologize. Let me know and I’ll be happy to add them.

Here’s a couple of great links to all things as they relate to “LGBT” Key West, including events. Courtesy of and