Spa days trace their origins to the Middle Ages, when English aristocracy would travel to the hot springs in Bath to pamper themselves with mud treatments and not getting the plague. Kick back and don’t get the plague with this Groupon.
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$15 for a day pass (a $30 value), which gives access to spa facilities including three saunas, a steam room, a pool, and jacuzzis<p>
$69 for a spa package (a $200 total value)
- Day pass, which includes the above access (a $30 value)
- Roof access (a $15 value)
- 60-minute honey-scrub massage with Vichey shower (a $125 value)
- Optional body mask (a $25 value)
- Robe rental (a $5 value)<p>
Brooklyn Banya’s 10,000-square-foot traditional Russian Turkish bathhouse lavishes relaxation on clients with a bounty of soothing saunas, pools, and jacuzzis. Day-pass holders melt tension and stress within the balmy confines of Brooklyn Banya’s three saunas, achieving a constant calm and level of pruniness besting previous personal records. The steam room sends hydrating vapors deep into lungs while urging pores to expel impurities, and the combination of an icy pool and warm jacuzzi keeps temperature sensors on their toes. The spa is open until midnight daily, allowing guests to cast off the day’s stresses after work or during sleepwalking sessions.
The spa package starts in the steam room, where guests sweat out stress before moving to the treatment room for a honey-and-sea-salt scrub and massage. A Vichey shower sends a tsunami of warm water over reclining patrons to summon maximum calm, the ’80s hair band that performed whale song.
A modern take on a centuries-old Russian tradition of relaxation for all walks of life, the female-owned Brooklyn Banya welcomes visitors of all ages, ethnicities, and genders into the comforting ambiance of their 10,000-square-foot facility. The banya—Latin for "bathhouse"—features dry and wet saunas, steam rooms, and pools soothe aching bodies and open pores. Patrons stow valuables in lockers, for which they may bring their own locks, and don flip-flops before moving between baths of different temperatures, which can increase circulation and help the immune system. The bathhouse’s therapeutic jacuzzi bubbles with cozy heat, and ice baths chill sore muscles. Staff members perform body-bettering treatments, such as sugar scrubs, which leave skin smoother than a newborn pickpocket, and Platska, a treatment that uses leafy oak branches to exfoliate skin and enhance circulation. The attached rooftop sundeck and café—serving fresh juice, black tea with honey, and authentic Russian fare—ensures that patrons leave calm, sated, and rejuvenated.