41 rue Sainte-Anne, Paris, France, 75001
Reported CLOSED (October 2018).
The first gay sauna in France. TiL’T has 3 levels of entertainment featuring steam room, dry sauna cabins, back room, water fountain.
Regular themes include ‘Naked Afternoons’ on Saturdays and Sundays with a free soft drink. Discounts for men under 26. Check the website for details.
nearest station : Pyramides, Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre
venue: Sauna (桑拿) | customers: gay
“This sauna is definitively CLOSED.“
Marcel on 30-Sep-2018 | Problem with this review?
le tilt sauna closed
“c'est vrai? C'est defintively fermé?“
Fabio on 05-Nov-2018 | Problem with this review?
“If clean and sterile is your priority, other saunas will better serve your needs. I find Tilt much more erotic than Gym Louvre, which I go to for the gym. There is plenty of young eye candy at Gym Louvre, but in my experience the older men at Tilt have a much better idea of how to give and receive pleasure.“
Mike on 15-Apr-2018 | Problem with this review?
“I have been to this place quite a few times over the last years and this place lacks maintenance. Of course you only pay 11 euros to get in but does that mean some simple toilet or shower maintenance can be done? It used to be very fun here in the past but things sadely changed for the worse, too bad. I rather pay a bit more and get newer matrasses (they haven't been changed for years now and are totally worned out) and descent toilets. The upstairs sling has also dissapeared, that's where a lot of action was going on. Won't go back agin.“
Jean on 10-Jun-2016 | Problem with this review?
Dirty, smelly, small
“It's hard to know where to start. You know there's a problem when instead of receiving a towel you're offered something akin to a piece of scrap curtain material nabbed from your mum's linen cupboard. The problem with this is that you can't dry yourself with it, so I'd love to know the rationale. The place is utterly filthy from top to bottom: offensive stains and smells abound. The toilets are truly revolting (holes in the ground). The crowd is very mature - 50 to 75 mainly. There was maybe one other person there in their early 30s like me. The only excitement on my visit was a noisy fracas between two of the elderly gents which required intervention from a staff member. To end on a positive note: only 11 Euros (although that's 11 too many).“
Tib on 31-Oct-2015 | Problem with this review?
“So dirty and old, highly recommend say no to go here! I am traveller“
Steven on 22-May-2016 | Problem with this review?
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