Berlin makes it six for gay city guides

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Is that a Wurst in your pocket, or are you just über glücklich to see me? And just how do you say “let’s have a fabulous, gay time” in German?, the guide for gay men, has landed in Berlin and is offering a luxurious weekend at the five-star Brandenburger Hof to a lucky reader.

Die Quadriga at the Brandenburger Hof in Berlin

The reality is that the majority of gay men do not spend a lot of time in gay-only establishments, and 60by80’s guides reflect this.

The German capital becomes the sixth city to receive the queen-sized treatment, joining 60by80’s online city guides to Barcelona, London, Madrid, New York and Paris. And more cities are in the works for the young media company, which has set out to become the leading international lifestyle brand for gay professionals.

The stylish guides are unapologetically gay, yet far removed from rainbow-etched stereotypes. The reality is that the majority of gay men do not spend a lot of time in gay-only establishments, and 60by80’s guides reflect this. Gay men appreciate good design, great service and a fabulous experience as much as everybody else, if not more, even if their needs, preferences and priorities may be slightly different.

The aim of 60by80 is to show readers where, as gay men, they are most likely to have a great experience, regardless of whether the place is considered gay or not. Travel-friendly, but for locals and visitors alike, the guides offer savvy and timely advice for restaurants, nightlife, hotels, shopping, and sightseeing.

To launch its guide to Berlin, 60by80 is offering readers a chance to win a weekend stay for two at the fabulous five-star Brandenburger Hof luxury hotel with a dinner at its Michelin-starred Die Quadriga restaurant. The elegant hotel is a design gem only a stone’s throw from the Ku’Damm, and one lucky winner will be spoilt at the hands of the staff and indulge in the exciting new Nordic cuisine from Finnish chef Sauli Kemppainen.

Details for how to enter the competition are available on 60by80’s website

For more information and queries please contact Michael Fuchs by email
info(at)60by80(dot)com or phone +34 93 184 5118 (Spain) or +44 20 3026 3619 (UK)

ABOUT 60BY80.COM is the definitive city guide for the modern gay man. Savvy and timely one-stop guides, combining in-depth reporting on places of gay interest with complete coverage of the best hotels, restaurants, nightlife, sights and shopping.

60by80 is unique in covering destinations from the gay perspective and filtering listings accordingly: The perfect site for all those fed up with trawling through guides aimed at the straight traveller, or amateur gay sites littered with adult industry promo material. The stylish guides aim to be fun and entertaining, yet informative and to-the-point, written by savvy, in-the-know locals.

In addition to its timely and carefully selected listings, the 60by80 site features useful services such as interactive, printable city maps, a monthly newsletter with special offers from handpicked quality partners, a directory of useful local services and profiles of prominent gay personalities who share their thoughts on the city they live in.

Editorially driven, with original content and a strong style element, 60by80 breaks down barriers for premium brands to reach an attractive gay market. It sets out to become the leading international lifestyle brand for gay professionals and the partner of choice for brands to reach the high-end gay segment.

Luxury is found in privacy at the Brandenburger Hof, a member of “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”. The five-star boutique hotel, set in an elegant, classical palace built at the turn of the century, is a delightful refuge right in the midst of the German capital, not far from the Kurfürstendamm. A sense of personal dedication and devotion can be sensed at all times and everywhere, from the understated design, that sees Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier pieces in the luxurious rooms and suites, to the private Thaleia spa oasis. Sauli Kemppainen and his staff indulge all the guests in the Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant Die Quadriga. The Finnish Master Chef ranks amongst the top chefs of the spectacular new-style Nordic cuisine and transcends cultural borders and foregoes culinary traditions, as he combines a huge diversity of aromas with the creative ingenuousness of a curious child and technical artistry.

The prize consists of a weekend stay (two nights) in a double room including breakfast for two persons at the Brandenburger Hof, and a four-course dinner (excluding beverages) in Die Quadriga. Offer subject to availability on request basis. Prize does not include transport to Berlin and is not exchangeable or redeemable for cash. The winner must be a registered user of Registration is free.


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