Chariots Shoreditch (London)
3 star rating, submit a review!
description
The Uk's largest gay sauna!
facilities
50 rest rooms all free of charge, heated pool, giant cruise room, video lounge, internet caf?/coffee bar, 2 hot bubbly jacuzzis, 2 (30 man) steam rooms, large (30 man) sauna, fully qualified masseurs, high-powered sun shower, fully equipped gym, chill out room, 500 locker changing room.
3/10 average rating (6 reviews) submit review
address & contact
times
Daily 12pm - 9am.
price
£16. Concessions available.
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review by:
James
date:
Saturday March 2nd, 2013
rating:
7 star rating, submit a review!
(7/10)
Now £19.00 admission went last week.wasnt busy as usual thought that was strange as not been for ages and was always busy there.
review by:
Rob
date:
Wednesday April 10th, 2013
rating:
2 star rating, submit a review!
(2/10)
The £19 charge is far too high. The Tv lounge is being refurbished so I went to pleasuredome instead. I do like the swim pool but will have to give it a miss at that outrageous entry fee
review by:
Nerawan
date:
Thursday May 9th, 2013
rating:
3 star rating, submit a review!
(3/10)
As some other people say the price is very high now considering that this sauna has left the good tomes behind. I started to go some 12 years ago. It was quite good, a lot of guys but it has change in the last 3 or 4 years. One of the problems seems that there are many saunas and sex clubs in London. Nearly 18 months ago there was a fire and they rebuilt my favourite area .The central part where there were some nice rooms with mattresses on the floor. They decided to built less rooms but bigger in size. Now there is a lot of wasted space and they have a small bunker which is very high. It looks the man responsible for it has never f*cked in his life . just ridiculous. This was the final nail for me.
review by:
Markus
date:
Tuesday June 25th, 2013
rating:
0 star rating, submit a review!
(0/10)
I used to go to shoreditch once a week, used to love it. Quite busy and very cruisy, i was lucky to always find people I liked there. A few months ago the price went from 15 to 19 pounds (more than 20% increase!) while at the same time closing the very large cruizy dark room on the top floor. So now you pay more for less??!! The staff at the entrance was aggressive a few times, one or two are just aweful. Went again last week. The top floor area had reopened, it's now a large unconfortable tile steamroom (with no steam, too much light and no privacy whatsoever). They also changed the cruizy cubicles/gloryholes on the first floor!! It's now a large tile bed for ten people, no privacy, no cubicles, nothing. Nobody was there, i did almost nothing that day. I'm so dissapointed with that place. Not to mention the extremely noisy fan on the first floor! What a shame, it used to be so hot! All the nice features of the sauna have gone! 19 quid is not worth it. What a shame they used my money to transform it into this cold empty waste of a sauna. Must be one of the managers last egotrip. I will never go again. And if the 'brand new 40 man steam room' advertised on the chariots waterloo website is the same as the one in shoreditch, i won't go to chariots again.
review by:
bentaylor
date:
Wednesday June 12th, 2013
rating:
0 star rating, submit a review!
(0/10)
Sadly all the glory holes have gone and this was my favorite bit. Now it is a big useless space for people to get paley paley and chat. Really you go there to f*ck and play and for £19 its sooo not worth it. Massive new room totally wasted. Shame
review by:
Fruitbat
date:
Sunday July 28th, 2013
rating:
6 star rating, submit a review!
(6/10)
I went to Chariots Shoreditch for the first time yesterday (27.07.13 at just before 5 pm). The place wasn't too busy - perhaps it's the high entry price (probably the highest in London), that puts people off. Most of the people were on the first floor, wandering around the maze and in the darkroom. The layout is a bit confusing for a first-timer. I had difficulty finding my way up from the first floor to the top floor (where the saunas, steam room, swimming pool and Jacuzzis are). The top floor was actually quite quiet - which was a welcome relief from the hurly-burly of the floor below. I rather like that - it's nice to have a place where one can just relax. If I'm in the area, I'll certainly go back.