The Puerta de Toledo is a gate located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996. Construction began in 1812, and was not completed till 1827.It was one of the nineteen city gates that had the Walls of Philip IV.Plan my day in Madrid using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
Sauna Puerta de Toledo Reviews
Estuve el lunes pasado a primera hora de la tarde y comprobé que tiene unas buenas instalaciones, está muy limpia y el personal es muy amable. En las dos horas que permanecí disfruté mucho ya que habí... more »I stayed last Monday first thing in the afternoon and checked that it has good facilities, it is very clean and the staff is very friendly. In the two hours I stayed I enjoyed a lot as there were quite a few people and several morbid areas, especially the sauna, steam and the cabin area above. I haven't enjoyed it that long ago
Solo al llegar se pregunta si hay gente, la verdad no merece la pena, todo muy oscuro, de paso llegas y hay 4 gatos no merece la pena, un Jacuzzi cutre la verdad no merece la pena, la parte de arriba ... more »Only upon arrival you wonder if there are people, the truth is not worth it, everything very dark, by the way you arrive and there are 4 cats not worth it, a dirty Jacuzzi the truth is not worth it, the top also does not
This place must be one of the best kept secrets in Madrid. I have asked several Madrileño friends of mine and they have never heard of the place, but they don’t know what they are missing. I must admit that its location is a bit difficult to pinpoint though The Puerta del Toledo is a small/medium sized sauna with all facilities including a Jacuzzi and massage. The ‘wet area’ is on the ground floor together with some cubicles and a TV lounge with a cold drinks machine. Up the stairs are two video rooms, a darkroom and a few cubicles. Most of the action is on the first floor and the steam room. The Jacuzzi is one of those awkward ones moulded to take two people lying aside each other, but tends have bathers sitting across the moulding rather that in them – somewhat uncomfortable. When I was visiting, on a hot Thursday afternoon, there were about 11 people attending, mainly from 35 years upwards. I was told that Sunday afternoons can get very busy. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and the premises were spotlessly clean.
Small sauna, men only. Yacuzi was gross. No bar service available.
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