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Blue Moon Gay Resort

2651 Westwood Drive, The Strip, Las Vegas (NV), United States 89109 (Show on map)

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Good 7.3
based on 49 reviews

"We checked out very early. We only stayed one day. The..."

  • Paul, United States
  • October 8, 2014
  • Area: The Strip
  • Rooms : 45
  • Free Wi-Fi

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Features of Blue Moon Gay Resort

business center

car park


facilities for disabled guests

laundry service

pets allowed

poolside bar

smoking area

Sports and Recreation

hot tub

outdoor pool





free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Wi-Fi in public areas


car park


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Proudly boasting that they are Las Vegas' only gay hotel, the 45 rooms and suites of Blue Moon Gay Resort are specifically designed to please today's gay traveler. Catering only to the gay male customers, the hotel features an elaborate swimming pool with waterfalls and a 10-man Jacuzzi grotto. The hotel is located just a few minutes from the famous Las Vegas strip and two of the city's most popular all-gay night clubs. Because the management tries very hard to maintain the authenticity of the hotel, only men are allowed to book rooms here. Built for the most particular of gay travelers, the Blue Moon Gay Resort enjoys a popular reputation that keeps their gay clientele returning year after year. Proudly boasting that they are Las Vegas' only gay hotel, the 45 rooms and suites of Blue Moon Gay Resort ... see more
Please note that the Blue Moon Resort offers Complimentary Wireless Internet throughout the resort. The entire hotel is wired for a consistently strong signal reaching all guest rooms and common areas of the hotel. In the event you didn't bring your laptop with you, the hotel offers Two Internet Stations in the Internet Lounge. Surf the internet or just enjoy our 42" plasma TV while sipping your morning coffee.

Please be informed that the hotel caters to gay male customers only.

Children and extra beds:
Children 0-18 year(s)
Not allowed to stay

Minimum age of guests is: 18 year(s).

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.

When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

Check-In From
3:00 PM

Check-Out Until
11:00 AM

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Time to Airport (Minutes)

Blue Moon Gay Resort Las Vegas (NV) - Food, drink and entertainment Steam Room
Voted Las Vegas best Gay, All Male Steam Room, it features ample bench seating, ambient lighting and an exterior shower area. Let your stress melt away in our state-of-the-art steam room.
Blue Moon Gay Resort Las Vegas (NV) - Food, drink and entertainment Breakfast Area
The hotel offers complimentary, daily continental breakfast available from 7:00 am to 11:00 am, this full Continental Breakfast offers a complete array of Fresh Muffins, Danish, Bagels, Hot and Cold Cereals and Breakfast Bars. Also available are all types of Fresh Fruit, Juices, Green Tea, Regular Tea and Colombian Coffee Brewed Fresh Daily. Coffee, Tea and Fruit are available 24 hours.

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Paul T. Couples United States of America, October 8, 2014
Very disappointed! Hot tub and steam room smell!!!
Not too good! Music poolside was very loud, trying to drown out the highway right next to the hotel. Pool chairs were broken/dirty. Hot tub and steam room could not be used, they smell too bad! Room was ok but very dark. Only a couple of lights worked. No power outlets. Had to plug our phones into the one outlet behind the TV! The only good was that it is clothing optional and we checked out early!
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Sari N. Couples United States of America, September 20, 2014
Staff is rude!

Free breakfast, shower pressure, windows open
The staff was very rude and inconsiderate. We wanted to exted our checkout and pay for it and the man there on Saturday morning 6am was mad why we had paid lower that the average rate wasn't out fault. He didn't even look at us or allow us to extend out time to checkout. Will never stay the again.
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Matthew K. Solo travelers United States of America, September 20, 2014
Unwrapping a dud

Pool, hot tub, checkout.
You know the feeling when you think you're getting something fabulous as a gift, the you unwrap it and it's a certificate for a star named for you, or a pair of socks?! That's how this was... The website makes it seem posh, refurbished and "designed by the owner" but it's just drab, uninviting and stale... Except the pool area, that was acceptable and comfortable. The dresser drawers were held together by Velcro, the a/c was noisy and leaky, the original room I got still had someone in it and the room I ended up in forced me to be electrician and plumber for a broken tv and clogged toilet. It's nice to have a gay resort in Vegas, but this was a waste of money. Oh, and the instant coffee, soggy muffins and spoiled milk cartons for breakfast were just what I wanted!
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John C. Couples United Kingdom, September 13, 2014
Honeymoon in Las Vegas

The bed, the outside pool area & the Starbucks Frappacino available in the hotel foyer's fridge.
We found it generally ok. Wasn't impressed with the paper plates, bowls & the plastic cutlery for use at breakfast. On the first night the water in the jacuzzi looked very cloudy & my husband thought the steps down into the pool could have been cleaner. We were also disappointed that the TV provided only two channels of and seemingly nothing else. However, the main inconvenience & drawback of staying here was its location. The only way we could get to The Strip which was little more than half a mile away was to get a cab there & back as would-be pedestrians were separated from it by a railway-line & a 6-lane highway!! A $10 fare each way ($50 on cabs to & from The Stratosphere Tower during our stay). This really needs to be pointed out on their website. The fact it was a gay men's hotel didn't really make up for this.
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Joseph V. Solo travelers United States of America, September 11, 2014
room smelled funny

cheap cheap cheap
you get what you pay for. I went here a few years ago and I remembered it a lot nicer, maybe it went down hill a bit.
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Henrik J. Couples Denmark, September 8, 2014
Time to upgrade

Comfy beds, barbecue event, location
This is our 4th visit to blue moon, and it seems like the resort has topped. The resort sure needs some renovation. Several things looks worn
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Bruce G. Couples United States of America, September 6, 2014

free breakfast, hot tub
Overall it was ok, but the pool was very dirty and wasn't maintained very well. Some Of The Lights in the room did not work, and the floors were not cleaned correctly. It was great to be able to get affectionate.
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Robert T. Couples United States of America, September 1, 2014
Nice gay hotel

Nice comfortable.
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Robert M. Business travelers United States of America, July 31, 2014
I love Blue Moon

Staff, Size of the room, pool
Great. I think it is a fun lgbt hotel. They are in the process of upgrading the lobby and the rooms as needed. Everyone is friendly and the staff is great. It is a little out of the way, but you can easily get a cab which the staff will call for you. If you have a car it makes it a bit easier. You will meet friendly guys from all over the world and USA. It is clean and the staff makes sure all your needs are met. The breakfast is good. The pool is lovely and they don't charge that resort fee. The sauna is nice, but is going to be updated soon. You will enjoy your stay. The price is right.
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Mahmoud W. Solo travelers Egypt, July 17, 2014
expensive compared to room quality level &service

close to downtown, quiet surroundings, fast in check-in& out
Generally it was ok, but not as expected as seen through its website. I was disappointed as discovered no any room service except of house keeping, no any restaurant inside the hotel which can be very difficult for tourists and foreigners who are visiting Las Vegas for the first time to get access to nearby restaurants. Room amenities and quality are really basic compared to its rate
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What's nearby? / Directions

What's nearby?
  • Adventuredome Theme Park (0.6 mi)
  • Guinness World of Records Museum (0.6 mi)
  • Fashion Show Mall (1.1 mi)
  • Sands Expo Center (1.4 mi)
  • Madame Tussaud's Interactive Wax Museum (1.4 mi)
  • Guggenheim Hermitage Museum (1.4 mi)
  • Grand Canal Shoppes (1.4 mi)
  • Las Vegas Convention Center (1.4 mi)
  • Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat (1.5 mi)
  • Mirage Volcano (1.5 mi)
  • Arts Factory (1.5 mi)
  • Imperial Palace Auto Collection (1.7 mi)
  • Forum Shops (1.7 mi)
  • Flamingo Garden (1.9 mi)
  • Las Vegas Springs Preserve (2.2 mi)
  • Vencor Hospital Las Vegas (2.2 mi)
  • Las Vegas City Hall (2.7 mi)
  • University of Nevada, Las Vegas (3.3 mi)
  • Montevista Hospital (3.6 mi)

Customers like this resort for:
Area recommended for:
  • casinos
  • nightlife
  • shopping
Distance to airport:
  • McCarran International Airport (6.8 Km)
  • North Las Vegas Airport (8.0 Km)
Customer comments:
  • "Pool" , "Relaxing" , "Staff"
Top attractions in the area:
  • Fashion Show Mall (1.6 Km / 20 min walk)
  • Commerce Street Studios (1.9 Km / 23 min walk)
  • Treasure Island Hotel Casino (2.0 Km / 24 min walk)
  • Venetian Resort & Casino (2.2 Km / 27 min walk)
Note: Distances are measured as a straight line.

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