Las Vegas

There’s no denying that Las Vegas is one of the top LGBT friendly destinations that the US has to offer.

You’ll find “pride concierges” at certain hotels, who will point you in the right direction for the top events, offers and venues that Sin City has to offer. You’ll also find that plenty of hotels and casinos are keen to get their share of the pink pound, with targeted marketing campaigns that provide special offers and discounts to LGBT travellers to the city.

One of the major things for which Las Vegas is known is its wedding culture, with huge numbers of people visiting the city each year to tie the knot. Everyone can get married in Vegas, whether it’s in the city’s only gay-specific chapel, The Gay Chapel of Las Vegas, or in one of the multitude of other wedding venues around the city. You’ll be able to choose from a number of different themed wedding packages and all the services you need, from flowers to limousines to a live video link to that people back home can watch you as you tie the knot.

Full Story at Pink News | Las Vegas Gay Travel Resources

This post originally appeared on the Purple Roofs Gay Travel Blog.

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