From: Monday, July 29, 2024
To: Monday, July 29, 2024
Dore Alley Recovery at The Lookout 2024
After a weekend long celebration of the Dore Alley festival, there’s no better way to say goodbye to all your friends and your hangover, with the afternoon recover party hosted by The Lookout.
- Book your hotel in advance as the Dore Alley weekend attracts thousands of visitors from San Francisco and beyond. Stay in Soma, close to all the action. Upgrade your Dore Alley experience at The Luma, rated “Superb” by guests with spacious rooms and a modern gym.
- Most people who attend the Dore Alley weekend events are sensible enough to take Monday off.
- The Dore Alley Recovery party at The Lookout has become the “Funday Monday” event we all need.
- Kick back with your new friends and enjoy a recovery session with a great friendly vibe and chill to some great music by your favorite local DJS from 3pm to 9pm.
- Stay in the nearby Stanyan Park Hotel in Haight-Ashbury, just a short ride share to the Castro.
- The Lookout is the place where everyone ends up for a fun afternoon to remember. Mix and mingle with the party promoters, the gogo dancers you ogled on stage all weekend and some great guest DJs and surprise acts.
- The Lookout has been Voted Best Gay Bar in San Francisco 3 years running! The venue has a great wrap around balcony offering the best view in the Castro.
Where to stay during Dore Alley Fair
San Francisco’s most popular gay neighbourhoods include, The Castro and Soma (home to the most famous gay fetish bars)
Gay Map of San Francisco
We have divided the map into two areas, the Castro, San Francisco’s world famous gay district and SOMA
Map of Gay San Francisco (SOMA)
Map of Gay San Francisco (The Castro)
Recommended Hotels in San Francisco
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We have chosen hotels in San Francisco that keep you close to all the shops,restaurants & bars
5 Star, Luxury
Famed bars, an awe-inspiring crystal chandelier restaurant, a fitness area and a glass dome indoor pool are featured at this landmark Palace. Leather tufted headboards, 11-foot ceilings, pillow-top bedding set the stage for a luxurious night’s sleep. High-end luggage inspired desk, tables and the bathroom vanity. A 48-inch flat-screen satellite TV, marble bath & rain shower
4 Star, Readers Choice
This Central San Francisco hotel offers rooms with a 46-inch flat-screen smart TV. Free WiFi, an iPod docking station, a portable wireless Bluetooth speaker, and double-panned windows for quiet. A seating area, work desk, and an Illy espresso coffee machine, walk-in shower, bathrobes & premium toiletries. A state-of-the-art fitness centre & laundry services
4 Star, Great Value
Offering French-inspired architecture, The Marker San Francisco, provides guests with an ideal city centre. The guest rooms and suites at this upscale hotel boast amenities such as an LCD flat-screen TV with on-demand movies and an iHome alarm clock radio. All guest rooms feature ironing facilities, a hairdryer, a make-up mirror and boutique bath products.
3 Star, Location
This San Francisco hotel is located in Union Square, it offers an outdoor pool and rooms with an MP3 connection. It features a barbershop and a business center. Access to a fitness centre one block from the hotel and an on-site sauna. Each classically-designed room is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV and mini-refrigerator. Free coffee and tea are also provided
Video Of gay guide to the Castro
The Castro – A Complete Guide
Top Gay Neighbourhoods in San Francisco
San Francisco is a vibrant and inclusive city with a long history of LGBTQ+ activism and culture. Here are the most popular neighbourhoods, including gay hot spots and districts close to the city’s most popular attractions. It is worth noting that the best-rated hotels are close to Union Square
SoMa (South of Market) | Gay Hotspot
- Located to the east of the city, SoMa has an edgy and industrial feel, with a mix of gay bars, clubs, and art spaces.
- SoMa is also home to the world-famous Folsom Street Fair, held at the end of September each year.
- The neighbourhood is home to the stunning San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
- Discover the best things to see and do in San Francisco.
One of the world’s most famous gay districts since the 1960s, a focal point for LGBTQ+ culture.