PARIS Gay Saunas 2020
Paris Saunas are a popular alternative to bars with dark rooms. Competition is strong with all the major Saunas offering upgraded facilities, on site massage, and the latest gym equipment.
Paris saunas with competition from the many backrooms, must offer something more. Many have hammams, the Turkish ritual baths mixing dry sauna, steam, massage, and time-out relaxation.
Sexual adventures are provided for with dark rooms, mazes, and cabins. Bars, cafes, internet lounges, and work-out areas are also common.
Most here are day saunas, busiest in the late afternoon to early evenings. King Sauna (21 rue Bridaine) near Place de Clichy, has all the facilities plus cabins, and a mellow clientele that loves to sprawl in their popular TV lounge.. Sun City (62 Boulevard de Sebastopol) vast Marais facility on three levels attached to Le Depot sex club. India-inspired decor with giant Ganesh at the entrance, full sauna facilities, dark rooms, cabins, beautiful pool, and bar. Sometimes better for voyeurs than sex-pigs if pretty patrons get too picky. Tilt Sauna (41 rue Sainte Anne) France’s first gay sauna opened in 1974, located near Palais Royal amid the many Japanese shops and restaurants, open all day and all night.
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Rates tend to climb during peak Season and special events, the earlier you book, the better the rate, last minute deals are hard to find.
Located in Paris, 500 m from Opéra Garnier, Ritz Paris features a selection of bars and restaurants, a fitness center and a spa and wellness center which includes a pool, sauna and massage facilities. The hotel also features a garden