School’s Out Weekend at Lords South Beach
MIAMI BEACH, FL - Lords South Beach is hosting a School’s Out college weekend June 8-10 with special rates starting at $129/night. The weekend includes special programming to kick off the summer, including a Summer Camp Underwear Party at Twist and a School’s Out T-Dance at Palace, and free admission and a free drink at Score.
Lords opened a year ago in the heart of Miami Beach, just steps away from Miami’s famed gay beach at 12th Street and iconic gay club, Twist. It has 54 stylish rooms and multiple event venues - including the Cha Cha Rooster Restaurant and the poolside Cabana Bar - making it one of the most popular places in South Beach for a night out. The hotel also hosts several events every week, including the popular Cabana Boy pool party (named Best Weekly Party by the Miami New Times).
Appropriately oriented and situated in the heart of South Beach on Collins Avenue, Lords South Beach is the first gay hotel brand to open in the US and the vanguard for the modern gay boutique hotel. Sexy, chic, affordable, and fun, it raises the bar for what the discerning gay traveler can expect from a hotel.
With 54 rooms, three plunge pools and a variety of exciting hotel venues, including the Cha Cha Rooster Restaurant and Bar with cocktail partner ABSOLUT VODKA, as well as choice guest amenities like a digital concierge by Out Magazine and the Lords Social Network, Lords South Beach has revolutionized the concept of innovative hospitality.
Community is also important to Lords; the Rooms That Matter initiative includes five designated rooms for which 10% of room sale proceeds are donated to charities that provide support for those in the LGBT community. The hotel provides a liberal, proud, playful experience and a sense of community for guests who want to mix and mingle.
Lords South Beach is conveniently located in a gay-friendly location at the center of the South Beach’s best restaurants, clubs, bars, shopping and beaches, including Miami’s famed gay beach at 12th Street just steps away.