Our female and male locker lounges are furnished with electronically operated lockers, powder room, and wet & dry saunas.
Hot, warm, cold baths
A cold bath pool rejuvenates the body, strengthens the immune system, and helps blood circulation.
Acupressure hydrotherapy aqua-jet pools
Korean Traditional body scrub
Exfoliation scrub and massage services
Wet and dry sauna rooms*
*It is not recommended that anyone remain in a sauna for more than 30 minutes at a time.
Why is this area nude?
Guests must shower prior to using any of the baths or pools
Since the beginning of the bath culture, clothing was prohibited inside the tubs for sanitary reasons. It was believed that unnatural chemicals and toxins from one’s clothing would be drawn out by the intense heat of the water and absorbed into the pores and skin. As such, for the traditional experience, we encourage our guests to enjoy these water lounges without swimwear.
* However, for those of our patrons who would rather utilize our gender-separated water lounges with swim attire, Premier57 has adopted a new policy, allowing for appropriate swimwear.
Traditional Use of the Bath Area
Head-to-toe cleanse and exfoliation in showers PRIOR to entering baths.
Emersion in one or more of the heated tubs. *Heated Baths: Soaking inside heated waters helps open up pores, improves blood circulation of white blood cells, and reduces aches or pains.
Use of dry and wet sauna rooms.
Scrub massage treatment.
*Body Scrubs: Body Scrubs are a traditional Korean practice of cleansing and exfoliation that uses textured gloves to remove dead skin, dirt and oil, while increasing circulation and firming the skin. It is custom to soak in the hot bath to open up the pores and prepare the skin for exfoliation. Therapists proceed with the scrub, which is a fully nude, no-frills service designed purely to cleanse the skin. You will be left soft and detoxified with your skin breathing like never before.
Another shower and/or soaking in heated tubs.
A dip in the cold plunge to close the pores and tighten the skin.
*Cold Plunge Baths: Contrast hydrotherapy is the alternation between hot and cold baths to achieve the combine benefits of differing water temperature immersion. Cold water improves the circulatory system as well as aids in lymphatic drainage. Surface blood vessels constrict and drive blood back into the organs. Short spurts of drastic temperature changes help tighten up the skin, builds up the immune system, and also help rid the formation of cellulite.