Archive for March, 2013

An all male clothing-optional getaway in Quebec

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013
If you are planning your next summer vacation, you might consider spending one week at The Men’s Guesthouse for $469 per person, including 2 meals a day. This gay clothing optional guesthouse is near Quebec City in the gay friendly Province of Quebec, Canada. Party time in Montreal or Quebec can be combined with a relaxing countryside stay at the Men’s Guesthouse, where you can enjoy the outdoors,  good food and the company of other gay men. The Men’s Guesthouse is a great place to relax and experience the pleasure of living naked and enjoying nature. Visit the Men’s Guesthouse for full details. The hosts can help you plan your gay friendly vacation to Quebec and Canada.
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The ancestral house was built in the mid 19th century, with three bedrooms upstairs, furnished with antiques. The living room, dining room, TV room, reading room, meeting room, kitchen and interior spa are all accessible to visitors with or without clothing. Relax by the fire, listen to music, enjoy a drink, share a meal with your hosts or a romantic meal with your spouse. Outdoor activities are endless: feed the hens, enjoy walking or biking, cross-country-skiing, snow-shoeing, watch nature and birds, cook, laugh or enjoy a jaccuzzi, both indoor and outdoor, swim in the heated pool or simply sunbathe. For more information contact info@giteaumasculin.com.

Pink Pillows in Berlin!

Saturday, March 16th, 2013

Mainstream hotels in Berlin reach out to LGBT travelers.

 

PinkPillowsA number of Berlin hotels have joined forces and named themselves the Pink Pillow Berlin Collection. Their operating charter contains the following:

All guests are treated with the same courtesy, dignity and respect – regardless of gender, race, ethnicity,  sexual orientation or sexual identity, citizenship, religion, disability or age.

All hotels are committed to contributing actively in the community and to being a supporting member in a network/project/association in the Berlin LGBT scene.

The hotels will create a work environment of respect and tolerance towards all members of staff.

The hotels offer target-group packages specifically for the LGBT scene.

It remains to be seen whether these hotels live up to their charter, or whether they are just being lured by the ‘Pink Euro’. A full list of the participating hotels can be found at Pink Pillow Berlin.

Pink Choice would be interested to hear from travelers who have stayed in any of these hotels, so please make sure you leave a review after your trip to Berlin.