Three Sauna Passes or One Sauna Pass with Foot Treatment or Hand and Foot Treatment at Downtown Banya (Up to 67% Off)

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In a Nutshell

A high-temperature, dry sauna promotes skin elasticity, especially when coupled with a cold pool dip; hand and foot treatments relax muscles

The Fine Print

Expires 150 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Services and spa passes must be used by the same person. Must be 18 or older or accompanied by a guardian to use spa pass. $30 and $49 options: Promotional value must be used in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Three Options

  • $30 for three sauna and pool day passes (a $90 value)
  • $49 for one day pass (a $30 value) and a 45-minute Feet Retreat (a $68 value; a $98 total value)
  • $59 for one day pass (a $30 value), and a 60-minute Parafango hand and foot treatment (a $96 value; a $126 total value).

Day passes grant visitors access to all of Downtown Banya's saunas and pools for the entire day. Visitors are also entitled to a robe, slippers, towels, and a locker. The Feet Retreat includes an aromatic hot-towel massage, foot scrub, hydrating peppermint cream, and reflexology treatment. The Parafango treatment, on the other hand, uses heat and reflexology to ease aches in the hands and feet.

Downtown Banya

Downtown Banya looks and feels like an old-world bathhouse, but it's blessed with some distinctly new-world amenities, including a bistro that serves dumplings and beer and spa services such as massages and facials. The main draw is a sauna composed of two rooms—Russian and dry. A third-generation Russian stove maker crafted the Russian sauna, which has a low-humidity environment that allows temperatures to soar higher than they could in other types of saunas. The wet sauna, meanwhile, dangles the prospect of aromatherapy—clients may buy herbs in the lobby and waft them throughout the room so that no one will question why their hair smells like chicken fingers. After they’re done loafing around the sauna rooms, clients can dip into cold pools that help the skin maintain elasticity. Or instead, they can sink into a warm jacuzzi equipped with a flat-screen plasma TV overhead.

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