It's been 22 years since my first Dinah Shore Weekend production. I was obviously much younger, and clearly wet behind the ears, but I was determined to elevate this small lesbian weekend centered around the Dinah Shore Golf Tournament to new heights. Lesbians did not have the signature events the guys had.
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Gay-owned Santiago is a chic, swimsuit-optional retreat, which boasts the large swimming pool heated of any gay resort in town, string hammocks for two, an outdoor Korakia Pensione, called one of the sexiest hotels in America, is straight out of exotic North Africa, which is what the Scottish painter Gordon Coutts intended when Built in and last renovated inCasitas Laquita is a gated resort for women and their friends with 15 Spanish-style casitas and suites and a lushly
We found out the day before arrival that the hotel is no longer a lesbian resort. I guess no one felt the need to tell my wife and I as we found out by chance looking up the address on their website. The resort has a new owner who goes out of her way to help the homeless. Kudos to the new owner for wanting to help the homeless.
My partner and I might visit Palm Springs in early April for our 8th anniversary. We are looking for a lesbian-friendly quiet, clean, classy place to stay, that has a pool - a spa would be a plus. We really enjoy Casa Cody.
Happy New Year! You cannot find an exclusively Lesbian resort on the West Coast. It is the perfect get away for spending time with your lady.
Palm Springs and the desert cities have welcomed lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people for decades, stretching back to the glory days when closeted Old Hollywood luminaries joined their straight costars as they reveled in the sun and holed up in gated resorts operated by tight-lipped and, no doubt, well-rewarded personnel. The world has changed dramatically, with gay men and women living more open and authentic lives. And the greater Palm Springs area has responded in kind, providing more gay and gay-friendly restaurants, nightclubs, hotels, retailers and other businesses per capita than any other gay destination.
This hotel is beautiful and full of all sorts of homey extras; barbecues, firepits, private outdoor space, beautiful rooms with kithchens, wonderful accommodating hosts. In addition, the guest are women from all over the world, so new friends are made with an opportunity to last a life time. Great fun. This is The best, friendliness women's resort we have ever stayed at, owners on site and go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your stay.
Just a few hours drive or train ride away from Los Angeles or San Diego, this Coachella Valley resort town offers warm days all year-long, gorgeous scenery, boutique shops, booming nightlife, and an edgy art scene. Palm Springs is more than Coachella. Palm Springs is still a fun town for gay travelers on any given day.