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Our New York licensed massage therapists and estheticians will pound, squeeze, unwind and de-tense muscles you didn't even know you had.
Platza Oak Leaf
Lie down while in the Russian Room and a platza specialist will scrub you with a broom made of fresh oak leaves, sopping with olive oil soap. The oak leaves contain a natural astringent, which will open your pours, remove toxins, and actually take off layers of dead skin. Some described the platza as "Jewish acupuncture".
Dead Sea Salt Scrub/ Black Mud Treatment
Slough off the dead skin with the exfoliating pleasures that is countless millenniums old. We import the special minerals located only available at the Dead Sea so you can enjoy the medicinal benefits without the plane ride. You'll feel rejuvenated, refreshed and ready to face the world.
Select from the fragrant smelling soaps, such as lavender, eucalyptus or peppermint, and our professional will wash you like you haven't been bathed in months.
Russian & Turkish Baths Reviews
I planned to visit this place for quite some time and finally I did today and was sorely disappointed. It is a terrible experience. Dirty, overcrowded, small. No rest areas. I felt like I was in a... more »
I wont go here again. It is not a convenient location. It is on far end 1st ave. The space itself is dingy, run down, old, cramped and very crowded with minimals. There is no hot tub. Lots people go..... more »
Incredible, rich, and authentic experience. My mind was alive and focused after the combo of hot and cold. The steam or sauna rooms then the cold pool....that will get you right and create a memory. People watching was on another level, but respect the traditions. The place is famous for all the right reasons. It's that good and worth the price. I wish it was closer to home:(
Really old...really Russian... and really hot. The brothers Boris and David that own the place are reportedly feuding - so memberships and ticket packages (Boris or David) are good only alternate weeks. It ain't fancy, and (unlike some other bathhouses) never was. Call it authentic, then, and go for the communal good vibes and hearty Slavic soups. I love the place.
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