Multilevel 40,000 sq. ft. Korean spa pampers guests 24/7 with hot and cold saunas and the recently reopened bulhanjeungmok sweat room
What You'll Get
King Spa & Sauna is currently closed and plans to re-open as soon as possible.
- What’s included:
- Admission for one or two
- Free BB face mask mask pack available every day except for federal holidays and from 12/24-1/3
- Access to: Togul Room, Hwangtoh Char Room, Herb Steam Sauna, Infrared Ray Room, Bulgama Hwangtoh Room, Dry Sauna, Resting Room, Locker Room, Amethyst Sauna, Hanyulso, Nap Room, Cheongito Sauna, Gold Pyramid, Rock Salt Sauna, Bulhanjeung Mak, Ice Sauna, Mineral Salt Sauna, Yellow Ocher Sauna, and Lounge. See the facility overview.
- Amenities: Towels, outfit (uniform), hairdryers, and body/beauty products available.
- Available upgrades at the spa: dining, massage treatments, facials, nail services, and hair services
- The spa is open 24 hours a day; no admission from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must be 10 or older. Valid toward admission only. For the two admission option, must use two admissions together in one visit. Extra $10 fee for checkout after 2 a.m. Free BB face mask mask pack available every day except for federal holidays and from 12/24-1/3. No re-entry is allowed after exit. Outside food or beverage not permitted. No alcohol and drugs permitted. Children between 10 and 18 years of age are permitted only when accompanied by a same sex guardian. Limit 25 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other offers or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King Spa & Sauna
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Korean spa's massive 40,000-square-foot facility houses multiple floors, which each feature saunas aimed at providing visitors with relaxation and health benefits. Heated to a pore-opening 200 degrees Celsius from burning oak-tree wood, the dome-shaped hot-steam room—bulhanjeungmok in Korean—features floors made of yellow soil and salt that replicate a 500-year-old therapy designed to treat illness and pain. On the complete opposite side of the temperature spectrum, the ice sauna uses freezer-like frosted walls to cool the air around patrons sitting on log stools or standing on their hands. In between hopping from sauna to sauna, visitors may hang out in one of the lounges, get a haircut, or even grab a warm Korean meal or refreshing dessert.