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Aire Ancient Baths

Aire Ancient Baths

Wellness und Badehaus
Tribeca, New York City
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  • Vildana K.
    If not for a massage, get a day pass to the pool and sauna.
  • Vildana K.
    If not for a massage, get a day pass to the pool and sauna.
  • Isa S.
    A true treasure if you’re looking to escape the rush of modern life. The whole experience is unforgettable - really applaud their silence, max capacity policy.
  • Jennifer M.
    Must-visit candlelit Roman bathhouse in a former textile factory. Reservations required. Book at least two weeks in advance for a weekend spot.
  • Alexandra F.
    Omg I wanna live here - candle light and floating pools and massage, it's a hefty price but worth it for luxury on special occasions
  • Katrina K.
    Katrina KaifJanuar 19
    It's calming and soothing nature definitely reccomend this
  • Blake L.
    Blake LJanuar 5
    Such a nice, relaxing escape from the streets of NY. Got treated to a massage after spending an hour in the baths. I can’t wait to go back!
  • Céline Bossart
    Céline BossartSeptember 6, 2017
    Drinking like a boss all day is hard work. I am unhealthily obsessed with this place. All you do is soak in baths of different temperatures and hydrate with citrus water and tea. Enough said.
  • Andrew F.
    Andrew FurmanJuly 7, 2017
    Stay as long as you can in the 50 degree pool, then switch to 102 degrees. The feeling is euphoric.
  • Scott R.
    Scott RoweJuni 9, 2017
    Have never felt more relaxed. The ambience is phenomenal. The floatation pool, and the plunge pools are particularly exceptional.
  • Charlotte C.
    Charlotte ChanMai 24, 2017
    No.1 place for total relaxation! You won't regret it!
  • EMILY C.
    EMILY CalhouhMai 11, 2017
    Very nice, romantic and sensational place..So amazed.=)
  • Nate F.
    Nate FolkertMärz 4, 2017
    pricey but nice spa and baths including cold plunge, hot pool, body temperature pool, massage pool, salt scrub and float pool, and steam bath. massages were great but not very private.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJanuar 24, 2017
    With words like "flotarium" used to describe its treatments, the Aire spa maintains that perfect balance of soothing and terrifying we’re all looking for after a long day. Mehr erfahren
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksDezember 6, 2016
    Aire Ancient Baths was one of the more wished for places throughout 2015’s I Want Somewhere holiday campaign. Where’s your somewhere? Enter to win a bucket list experience. Mehr erfahren
  • Kath
    KathNovember 21, 2016
    Relax in the Dead Sea salt pool!!
  • Kiwi W.
    Kiwi WangOktober 4, 2016
    What an amazing little oasis in the middle of a hectic city! Highly recommend this for a girls night out or a chill date alternative.
  • Laura D.
    Laura D.September 25, 2016
    this is my favorite treat-yo-self indulgence in NYC: i go here at least once a year. splurge on a long massage & buy extra "pool time," you won't regret it!
  • Colin L.
    Colin LeeSeptember 6, 2016
    Excellent luxurious experience. Weekends are $90 per person; weekdays at $80. There are a variety of baths. Our fav is the saltwater where u can float; its very meditative!
  • Lisa C.
    Lisa CarrollAugust 12, 2016
    PREPARE FOR TOTAL RELAXATIONS
  • Tabitha J.
    Tabitha JohnsonAugust 11, 2016
    Expensive, but go with a partner, if you have one. It's very romantic.
  • 🇹🇷Sedat
    🇹🇷SedatAugust 3, 2016
    Excellent spa
  • Molly T.
    Molly TJuly 3, 2016
    Relaxing af
  • Nate S.
    Nate SaeteJuni 29, 2016
    This place is more like if Valentines Day were a venue than it is a relaxing spa day. I came alone to unwind in the baths but felt like the creepy third-wheel on everyones' romantic night out.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJuni 2, 2016
    August 9th: Air-conditioning not cutting it? Plunge into the 46-degree ice bath at Aire Ancient Baths and you’ll forget all about the heat. Mehr erfahren
  • Jessica M.
    Jessica M.April 17, 2016
    It doesn't get any better than this. Find a spot in the right corner of the back pool and don't move for 90 mins, unless you're getting a massage of course.
  • Sarmistha S.
    Sarmistha SahooApril 13, 2016
    When getting a massage ask for Yoon...she's amazing
  • Alexandra T.
    Alexandra ThompsonMärz 21, 2016
    Skip the massage (subpar) and just enjoy the beautiful baths.
  • Gavin L.
    Gavin LewisMärz 3, 2016
    Just wow! Great ambiance, it’s like a great escape from the city!
  • Luisa A.
    Luisa AnconaFebruar 23, 2016
    Jump in the 107F pool and then in the 50F pool!! It seems painful but it feels amazing!
  • Janene D.
    Janene DesrochersFebruar 23, 2016
    Great space in downtown NY. Beautiful interior and quite relaxing. Staff is attentive and quick. Live music was a nice touch. Noise level got a bit disruptive at times, especially the groups.
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissJanuar 26, 2016
    Perfect romantic date outing if you get the 2hr baths session ($75/pp). Skip the massage. The salt bath where you float like the Dead Sea is amazing.
  • Edward H.
    Edward HenryJanuar 25, 2016
    Perfect place for January in NYC
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJanuar 18, 2016
    The best is the best
  • Jenny K.
    Jenny KJanuar 17, 2016
    Used to be a fantastic spot but last two visits have been disappointing. Crowded, dirty, poorly stocked locker rooms. 😕
  • Laura I.
    Laura I.Januar 14, 2016
    Book a massage, relax in the pools, bring a friend or significant other.
  • Britta L.
    Britta LampeterJanuar 4, 2016
    Just amazing. Definitely try the cold dunks in between hot/warm pools. The massages are also completely worth it.
  • Cameron B.
    Cameron BorrielloJanuar 4, 2016
    Awesome spot for deep relaxation. They provide robes, towels, and all toiletries as well. Get there early to enjoy their tea.
  • Burt H.
    Burt HermanDezember 31, 2015
    Feels like transporting to a different world in the middle of New York
  • Rasmus Z.
    Rasmus ZwicksonDezember 17, 2015
    The salt water floating pool is my favorite
  • David M.
    David MilbergDezember 9, 2015
    This place is heaven..
  • Valentin G.
    Valentin GuerinDezember 8, 2015
    Enjoy and relax here, I would recommend to take the 1h30 session + 30 min massage.
  • Caroline S.
    Caroline SchulweisNovember 22, 2015
    #1 spa in TriBeCa!
  • MrsCorkster
    MrsCorksterNovember 15, 2015
    Warning: first-world problems—What is with the towel "rationing"? There should also be some lemon in the drinking water. Great Jones Spa is a tenement compared to this place but even they manage that.
  • Lynda C.
    Lynda CarnalNovember 8, 2015
    Parfait pour se détendre, superbe ambiance et très propre
  • SongDelun
    SongDelunOktober 27, 2015
    Dapat ini bagus!!! Mehr erfahren
  • b
    bOktober 9, 2015
    so relaxing. love the salt water bath
  • J B.
    J BAugust 6, 2015
    Everything! What an amazing blissful experience!
  • Melissa M.
    Melissa MagalJuly 27, 2015
    Massage first then try all the baths. Was wonderful.
  • Zoo Y.
    Zoo YorkerJuly 25, 2015
    simply amazing spa and bathhouse
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