Healing through Water
Bathhouses have been in existence for almost 2000 years, with the Romans and Greeks at its European forefront, and the Japanese at the Asian’s. The Roman baths in particular, were known to have been extravagant architectural monuments that stood as an essential pillar of society. These were not just places to bathe and heal, but became meeting grounds where business was conducted, social gatherings made, and philosophical discussions exchanged.
Japanese and Koreans were, and still are, known for their bathing culture and dedication to cleanliness. Heated waters are believed to have the power to cure illness, while the bathing ritual itself rids the body of any impurities found inside and out. Frequenting bath houses is still a common activity amongst family and friends.
Bathhouses today still remain more functional than full-of-frills luxurious, focusing on the fundamental traditions of achieving cleanliness and furthermore, health.
Water Lounge (Co-Ed)
(Located on 8th Floor)
Open daily from 9am to 11:45pm