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Red Square

1914 West Division Street, Chicago

$24 for All-Day Admission for One to Russian Banyaat at Red Square Bath House ($35 Value)

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All-day access to dry and wet Russian and Turkish saunas, hot tubs, and cold-plunge pools inside century-old banya

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body scrub
2 ratings2 reviews
1 day ago
Love this place, small but very efficient. Staff is friendly and so is the clientele.
1 ratings1 reviews
4 days ago
Really nice place and I can’t wait to go again
3 ratings2 reviews
5 days ago
It's a good relaxing atmosphere! It's very clean space and friendly staff!
2 ratings2 reviews
7 days ago
Tame the BEAST Amigos... 🤗
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35 ratings19 reviews
October 19, 2021
Unusual experience I'll be back
1 ratings1 reviews
October 10, 2021
I'm russian, I liked it
2 ratings2 reviews
October 9, 2021
Great place
2 ratings1 reviews
October 8, 2021
Very nice chill environment ✨❤️
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About This Deal

  • All-day admission to the baths gives visitors unlimited access to the wet and dry saunas, cold plunge pools, whirlpool hot tubs, and relaxation lounges.
  • Admission also includes slippers, a towel, a plush spa bathrobe, and a private locker.
  • No re-entry
  • Bathhouse entry works on a walk-in basis, appointments are strongly recommended for any spa treatments only.

Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Voucher is valid only for sauna/banya entrance - cannot be used towards the restaurant or spa treatments. Limit 1 per person(s), may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Red Square

For decades after it opened in 1906, the two-story Russian bathhouse on West Division Street shrouded famous locals such as Al Capone, Saul Bellow, and Nelson Algren in clouds of steam. More than 100 years later, the building underwent a full renovation. In a return chronicled by the Chicago Reader, WGN, and Time Out Chicago, the century-old retreat of the city's powerful was reborn as Red Square.

Today, as perhaps the only traditional Russian bathhouse left in Chicago, Red Square holds its heritage close with two floors of authentic wet and dry saunas (separated into male and female spaces) and a spa. In the traditional banya, cedar-plank walls and three-tiered benches surround brick and granite ovens, where clouds of steam erupt from superheated rocks. But visitors aren't just left to cook; cold-water taps beside each bench and cold-plunge pools that mimic Russian ponds reinvigorate bathers amidst the heat. Spa attendants wander the humid rooms, performing services such as the traditional platza—a rigorous massage and scrub with a bundle of oak, eucalyptus, or birch branches that mimic the relaxing sensation of falling asleep in a tree.

It might come as a surprise to find a spirit-stocked bar in Red Square's restaurant area. After all, "Many people will tell you it’s a terrible idea to mix alcohol and dehydrating heat chambers," says Time Out's Julia Kramer, "but none of those people are Russian." And so premium vodkas and Moscow Mules flow freely as guests, many of them still in their bathrobes, savor traditional Russian herring and caviar in the mahogany-paneled space, designed to resemble a 19th-century train car. To complete the locomotive vibe, curtained televisions at each booth screen looping footage of the Eastern European countryside and a conductor checks luggage for stowaways every half-hour.