The City of Wilton Manors is considering a plan to build an all-male luxury hotel, gay weekly South Florida Blade reported.

The 172-unit hotel and timeshare complex is being developed by G-Resorts, which is touting the facility as a “luxury destination for the gay community.”

Wilton Manors, the “Island City,” is neighbored by gay mecca Fort Lauderdale.

Plans for the hotel include a spa, wellness and fitness center, private sunbathing area, swimming pool, hot tubs, secluded nature trail and a lazy river lagoon on a 6 acre property.

The facility – estimated to be worth $50-100 million – would also boast up to 19,000 square feet of retail space.

Developer Michael Haley of Long Island, New York is also behind Dolce Vita, a 35-unit oceanfront condominium resort on Singer Island.

Members of the city's Planning and Zoning Board have raised concerns with the hotel, including its height, mitigating its environmental impact and funding.