Trendy, modern sauna in gay village. Upmarket atmosphere with spectacular views from sundeck. Very large and clean sauna. One of the best saunas in Africa. Complete renovation 2015

open: Mon-Wed 12-24, Thu -2, Fri 12 - Sun 24h; prices: ZAR 80.- to 170.- / credit cards accepted; number of lockers: 180/25

  • Gay. Exclusively or almost exclusively gay men
  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Internet access
  • Shop
  • Showers
  • Outdoor seating, terrace or garden
  • Relax room
  • Dry sauna
  • Steam bath
  • Whirlpool / Jacuzzi / Hot tub
  • Free extra towels
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Darkroom
  • Glory holes
  • Free condoms
  • Video shows
  • Free WiFi

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