The Axel Hotel is one of two LGBTQ-owned and operated hotels in Miami Beach. Photo: The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau Miami and Miami Beach are getting ready to roll out an array of events for LGBTQ+ travelers.
Miami and Miami Beach have long been leading destinations for LGBTQ+ travelers throughout the year. Dubbed Rainbow Spring, the initiative is tailored to LGBTQ+ visitors with a spectrum of programming and promotional offers, enhancing their experience in Miami and Miami Beach throughout the spring, according to The Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Rainbow Spring is another way we can offer experiences to ensure ( LGBTQ+ travelers) feel seen and represented when they visit,” Dan Rios, director of LGBTQ+ tourism marketing with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, said in a statement.
Miami Beach’s two LGBTQ+ owned hotels, Axel Beach Miami and Hotel Gaythering, will be the program’s mainstays, offering events including karaoke, trivia night, bingo, martini night, and sports events.
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