A luxurious lodge in Bodrum, Turkey, doesn’t permit two males to remain in a room collectively. A preferred journey blogger wrote a thought-provoking weblog put up about one in all his readers who had booked a room for 2 males…however was advised this isn’t potential.
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Lujo Hotel: One-man policy
Denis is a reader of Ben Schlapping’s One Mile At A Time journey weblog and shared his expertise of making an attempt to e book a room for 2 (straight) males on the Lujo Hotel in Bodrum, Turkey.
The Lujo Hotel is an all-inclusive luxurious lodge that gives every part from seashore golf equipment and spas to in-room eating and extra.
When Denis tried to verify his reserving for 2 males in a room, the lodge communicated to him that this was not potential as males allegedly “party too hard”.
POLE DANCING AND TANTRA SOFAS?
The Lujo Hotel encourages enjoyable for his or her company in a number of methods. The luxurious lodge affords their company Indigo Clubber Rooms with a built-in pole for personal dance events. The lodge additionally affords “tantra sofas” the place you’ll be able to “try new sensual positions to take your love life to a whole new level”.
Ben Schlapping was curious and needed to verify what Denis shared with him, so he reached out to the lodge.
The lodge’s response included the entire nice issues one can do on the resort however ended off their message with: “Unfortunately, we don’t accept two men staying in the same room. Stay safe and take care!”
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WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR LGBTQI+ TRAVELLERS?
Unfortunately for homosexual males, will probably be tough to go to the Lujo Hotel due to their guidelines. Ben Schlapping famous that there are a number of different inns in Turkey with this policy and famous two, the DoubleTree by Hilton Antayla-Kemer and DoubleTree by Hilton Bodrum Işıl Club Resort.
According to Lonely Planet, homosexuality just isn’t a felony offence in Turkey however there was reviews of violence in direction of LGBTQI+ individuals within the jap European nation. Turkey additionally doesn’t recognise same-sex marriage.
There are LGBTQI+ pleasant locations in Istanbul, however one must do in-depth analysis earlier than visiting.