Pleasuredrome

Arch 124, Cornwall Rd (corner of Alaska St), Waterloo, London, United Kingdom, SE1 8XE | map | get directions |

audience rating: Pleasuredrome, 3.6 out of 5 based on 124 ratings click to vote:
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This internationally renowned gay owned and managed sauna, that has been in business for more than 15 years, attracts more than 15,000 guys every month of all types and ages from London and across the world.

Behind its tiny entrance, you will find modern facilities including a 300-locker changing room, London’s largest gay spa pool (accommodating up to 20 guys), two steam rooms, two saunas, encounter areas, open showers and private cabins. (£3 for 3 hours).

Deluxe private room are also available for hire for 3-hour periods. Free WiFi available. Pleasuredrome also offers massage services by qualified male masseurs in a dedicated suite. The café bar serves alcoholic drink and snacks. Open and licensed to serve alcohol 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Nearest Underground: Waterloo

From Waterloo, walk down either Alaska Street or Sandell Street. Find the arch that connects these two streets at the end. The entrance is in the arch.

weekday: 24 hours

weekend: 24 hours

venue: sauna | features: cafe, internet access, steam room, massage, sauna, maze, jacuzzi / hot pool, relaxing cabins, dark room, free wi-fi | customers: gay

corrections | last updated: 03-09-2017

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3.4

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2.8

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3.2
based on 17 reviews
  1. Not again

    “I've been patronizing this sauna for a while. I returned last night to a surprise in the lobby - a bag check. I'm all for security. The Eastern European guy kept saying while checking my bag "you were here earlier". I finally got annoyed and said NO. So what if I did. Just rude. There was also a body pat down. He saw my bottled water in my bag which I always carry with me. He took it saying no liquids allowed to be brought into the club. I don't drink alcohol and refuse to purchase bottled water. There aren't even any water fountains at this sauna. While I agree in today's world security is important, I thought it was overboard for a sauna. I won't be returning.“

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     on 08-10-2017 | Reply Problem with this review?

    • problem with liquids

      “Hi James. Most saunas will not allow you to bring in liquids. This is due to a problem with a small number of people trying to smuggle in drugs (particularly "G") in liquid, which is incredibly dangerous in a sauna environment.“

       on 09-10-2017 | Reply Problem with this review?

  2. London's best sauna

    “For such a big population it is surprising London doesn't have more saunas but fortunately there is Pleasuredrome.

    I have been going for years because it is safe, clean and always open, usually I go when super horny after a night out.

    What I like here is the layout is unusual and atmospheric under the arches. Is not clinical like other saunas. I am not a gym fit guy and feel comfortable here. The staff are efficient, not overly friendly but I have seen them deal with someone off their head and was impressed how they the dealt with this.

    Would be good if the place had more rooms as sometimes too busy to get one. But they seem to be making improvements. I don't mind paying extra to have my own private room for 2 hours, is only £6 for private lockable room. Recommend.“

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     on 29-09-2017 | Reply Problem with this review?

  3. Nice place, seems social, I still left frustrated

    “I attended on a Friday evening after the theater. There was a decent crowd of guys - older, younger, and my age (early 30s). Definitely a place where play is encouraged in the paid-for cabins versus common areas (sauna, steam, etc.). That's cool and all.

    I had a private deluxe room (great value at £6 for 2 hours), however it was down a private-ish hallway where no one was going to find me. Lesson learned = Don't waste time when you arrive, and find someone to bring back to the cabin before it's too late! Hallway cruising went on around the standard cabins. I would recommend the less expensive cabins next time to find guys easier, unless you already have someone to have fun with.

    After 2.5 hours, I left without getting off. My issue, it's not like dudes weren't interested in helping me, but I wanted to service, and the crowd leaned more toward watching to bottoming.“

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     on 16-09-2017 | Reply Problem with this review?

  4. Dirty and smelly

    “Been there this week and the place was filthy. The steam rooms smelled awful and the floor was very dirty.“

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     on 06-09-2017 | Reply Problem with this review?

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