Kuma Club Las Vegas

Kuma Club Las Vegas

Kuma Club Las Vegas

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700 E Naples Drive #107, Las Vegas, USA, 89119

Kuma Club Las Vegas

Kuma Club is Las Vegas' newest gay owned and operated bathhouse in the heart of Las Vegas' gay district. Within walking distance from Las Vegas' best gay bars and nightclubs - FreeZone, Quadz and Piranha.

Kuma Club is open 365 days a year, so if you're looking for a relaxing male-only spa for gay, bi, trans or curious men, Kuma Club Las Vegas is the newest and hottest place to unwind and have fun!

Kuma Club Las Vegas curates a mix of spa fantasy and nightclub after-hours experience. The aim is to provide a wild, fun, free spirited, yet safe and respectful environment for anyone to explore their fantasies.

Check out their official website and event details for the many recurring events at the sauna here.

Mon:16:00 - 04:00

Tue:16:00 - 04:00

Wed:16:00 - 04:00

Thu:16:00 - 04:00

Fri:16:00 - 06:00

Sat:10:00 - 06:00

Sun:10:00 - 04:00

Coat check / secure storage
Dark Room
Free condoms & lube
Free WiFi
Internet Access
Membership required
Private shower facilities
Steam room
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Based on 64 votes



Worst bath house ever

I decided to try this place out there was one working shower only and one working toilet - when I checked in I assumed it was for the standard 6 or 8 hours ( but found out later they are not open 24/7 and seem to close when they feel like it -) The place is Tony , they have no amenities to speak of and it was dead when I got there , and I fell asleep on a sofa - I was promptly booted out for sleeping. - can you imagine getting booted out of a bath house for sleeping / unheard of - it was only then at 4 am I found out they were closing anyhow , when I inquired as to I thought it was 24 hours the guy said that's in summertime and that ads hadn't been corrected yet 10 months since summer ended. Skip this place it's not worth it I wouldn't go again if you paid me !


Lack of Diversity

I'm torn in writing this review and I know if there's anything the club can do differently to fix the problem. It's a matter of diversity, or the lack thereof, among the patrons. During my visit, there was only one other black guy in the establishment and you would have thought we were wearing a scarlet letter. I attempted to interact with the crowd and was shunned at every turn. I've never felt so unwelcomed in a place. While, I never say never, suffice it to say, I have no plans to return there, nor will I recommend it.

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