Gay Sauna Clubs

Gay Sauna Clubs UK

Saunas vary considerably in size and amenities—from small establishments with a few rooms and a handful of lockers to multi-storey saunas with a variety of room styles or sizes and several steam baths, jacuzzi tubs, and sometimes swimmingpools. Most have a steam room (or wet sauna), dry sauna, showers, lockers, and small private rooms.

Many saunas are membership only. Some saunas require customers to purchase yearly memberships and many offer special entry rates to members or to students or other groups.
Some are open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.There is typically a single customer entrance and exit. After paying at the main entrance, the customer is buzzed through the main door. This system allows establishments to screen potential troublemakers; many Saunas refuse entry to those who are visibly intoxicated.

Saunas are not always identifiable as such from the outside. Some saunas are clearly marked and well lit, others have no marking other than a street address on the door. Saunas sometimes display the rainbow flag, which is commonly flown by businesses to identify themselves as gay-run or gay-friendly. Saunas commonly advertise widely in the gay press
and sometimes advertise in mainstream newspapers and other media
On being buzzed in, the customer receives a towel and the key for his room or locker. The customer undresses; storing his clothing in the locker provided, and is then free to wander throughout the public areas of the sauna, which typically include the amenities of a traditional sauna.
Some saunas have themed days,such as underwear or sportswear.

trainers, underwear, dating, holidays, hotels, cars, shoes, socks, menswear, sportswear, concerts,