You may best know Seattle for its northern location and notorious rainy weather, but did you also know the city is home to the second largest LGBTQ population in the States after San Francisco? It was also one of the first cities to host Pride, as early as , making the annual event a much-loved gay celebration to this day. The city is spilling with well-appointed apartments that cater to different tastes. If you are traveling in numbers, or alternatively like to holiday solo, opt for an entire apartment for your gay accommodation. Or why not try our new service where you can search for gay and gay-friendly hotel rooms?
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At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay friendly and gay owned accommodations, and yours could be next. If your accommodations welcome the LGBT community, add them here. Bellingham - Bellingham Pride Jul 12 Jul 14 Bellingham, washington, the city across the lake from Seattle, has its own gay pride celebtation, held every July. The gay film festival offers unique opportunities filmmakers to engage and entertain over 10, attendees. More Details Tacoma - Tacoma Pride Festival Jul 13 Tacoma Pride Festival, a multi-day event with over 12, attendees, celebrates the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied community and will be held July 7 - July 15, Out in the Park is a family-friendly interactive festival that features over street-side vendors, live performances by musicians, cirque performers, vaudeville and drag acts, as well as guest speakers and dignitaries.
By Andrew Collins. One of the fastest-growing and most economically robust metropolises on the West Coast, Seattle is a great hotel city on a few counts. It's home to a good mix of luxury, mid-range and economical options. There's an abundance of creatively designed, stylish, often boutique-size properties that reflect the city's arty vibe and creative spirit.