Lucky Cheng’s is the original home of the drag dinner. It’s been going since 1993 and it’s something of an establishment on New York’s gay scene. Enjoy a three-course meal as top drag queens lip-synch for their lives. You can also try their famous high heel shoe desert, the world’s campest sweet. There’s nothing quite like a pink chocolate shoe filled with strawberries and cream. Lucky Cheng’s is only open at weekends in the evenings. Source: https://www.travelgay.com/new-york-city-gay-bars/#hell8217s-kitchen
In lively Herald Square, this modern Hotel is a 2-minute walk from the subway, and a 7-minute walk from major transit hub Penn Station and iconic Madison Square Garden.
Relaxed rooms offer modern decor, desks with ergonomic chairs, and custom-designed beds, plus flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. They also include coffeemakers, minifridges and microwaves. Suites add separate living rooms.
There's a stylish lobby bar with flat-screen TVs and outdoor seating, plus a 24/7 pantry. Additional amenities include a fitness room, a meeting room and a business center. A breakfast buffet is available (surcharge) in a bright cafe. Source: https://www.expedia.com/New-York-Hotels-LGBT-Welcoming-Hotel.0-0-d178293-tLGBTWelcomingHotel.Travel-Guide-Filter-Hotels
A 3-minute walk from Penn Station, this upmarket Hotel is 8 minutes on foot from the Empire State Building and 1 mile from the High Line, a bustling park with city and Hudson River views.
The bright, sophisticated rooms come with Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, iHome docks and coffeemakers. Suites add amenities ranging from separate living areas and kitchenettes to pull-out sofas. Room service is available.
Amenities include a buzzy restaurant/bar, a gym and a convenience store. Source: https://www.expedia.com/New-York-Hotels-LGBT-Welcoming-Hotel.0-0-d178293-tLGBTWelcomingHotel.Travel-Guide-Filter-Hotels
Kimpton Eventi is a recently renovated gay Hotel in Chelsea, New York occupying a whole block. The revamped ground floor features a chic lobby that brings a ‘living room’ feel to this, one of the gay Hotels in New York City. This gay friendly boutique Hotel is understated in glamor with en suite marble bathrooms and rooms with huge windows overlooking the city. The fifth-floor Veranda provides sweeping views of Sixth Avenue and the Empire State Building. Guests can also enjoy an in-room spa or work out at the fitness center. The on-site restaurant, The Vine is a good place to head to for breakfast or dinner. Source: https://wowtravel.me/gay-Hotels-in-new-york-city/
Training Lab classes will really kick your ass, especially after a weekend of late-night partying and early-morning, carb-heavy brunching. This is where “you stop exercising and start training.” Their classes are a 55-minute heart-pumping session that maxes out at 12 clients, so you get some individual attention. The workout blends a combination of calisthenics, TRX, kettle bells, rowers, running and old-fashioned hard work. Source: https://hornet.com/stories/new-york-fitness-studios/
Solace is a bougie CrossFit gym that offers different classes to its members focusing on things like mobility, gymnastics, yoga and Olympic weighting. The “Body” class is probably the most straight forward, based on the core principles of CrossFit, HII and traditional strength and conditioning programs.
This gym also scales its own classes with different pricing depending upon whether the time is peak or off-peak. So if your schedule is flexible and you’re on a budget, it’s possible to get the same great workout at a cheaper rate. Source: https://hornet.com/stories/new-york-fitness-studios/