“Lord South Beach” – A first gay boutique hotel in US (Business Idea)

12 Sep



30 millions gay in the US are effervescent with this good new – A first gay boutique hotel located in Miami Beach

Brian Gorman – owner of the hotel has plans to open the hotel by researching of 20,000 gay people across US; 70% said that when they going on  traveling, they would like to stay at the hotel where specifics for gay only.

Lords South Beach Hotel’s adaptation of the original building in 1936.The space was designed by BHDM- design firm who worked as Director at Calvin Klein as well as Ralph Lauren Home as a product designer-

Lords South Beach is a boutique three-star hotel. Rate about five thousand Baht per night. The design is spirited and playful, with unexpected touches, and uniforms custom designed by Levis. There are 54 rooms and a variety of hotel venues, including the Cha Cha Rooster Restaurant, the Cabana pool bar, and a lobby bar with cocktail partner Absolute.

Every detail had to be designed by a homosexual orientation with attention to every detail, such as Hypo-Allergenic Pillows,A grade Linens by Frette, Luxe Bath Amenities, Hairdryer, Waffle Weave Robes, and etc.

Because of it is a gay hotel, all staff including Front Office, Bell Boy, room service and repair department. They must be trained in how to deal with guests and already familiar with the gay.

Lords South Beach Hotel has plan to expand in other US cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and San Francisco for occupy a position as one of the first gay hotel. They expected to launched the new hotel in Thailand by the end, because there is the famous gay city in the world.

-Lords South Beach Hotel, 1120 Collins Avenue at 11th Street Miami Beach, FL 33139 Tel.: 3056747800 Fax: 3055388288 Website: Lords South Beach

(Source: CoolBoom)


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