Stay in the Old Centre of Amsterdam
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The Drag Olympics are the world’s premier sporting event for drag queens & kings, with the crème de la crème of the drag athletic world descending on Amsterdam to battle it out for Olympic Gold. This year’s events include traditional sports like the 100m Stiletto Sprint and Handbag Toss, and the newly accredited sports Hula Hoop and Bitch Volleyball.
Qualified beauticians will be available at the Games to assist competitors and to be on hand for any cosmetic emergency.
The Games are open to all drag queens & kings, and anyone with heels wanting to take part can join. Make-up starts at 5pm and the Games begin at 7pm.
Drag Queen competitors wanting to take part can turn up from 5pm at the Homomonument with wig and heels.
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Gay Bars and clubs in Amsterdam are spread across the city in 3 distinct areas, each offering a unique flavor of gay life in the city, from trendy to leather and fetish to traditional!
Highlights from previous Olympic events.
There are several distinct gay districts in Amsterdam, all located quite close to eachother. The street of Reguliersdwarsstraat is mainstream and busy at the weekend. Nearby are the Amstel street and Kerkstraat. Finally Warmoesstraat is home to the famous gay cruise bars and fetish shops.
This 5 star hotel offers luxurious accommodation along the Amstel River, in the heart of the city. Offering a fitness area, spa and a waterside terrace.
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