Photo by Macoy.
It’s one thing to say that the address of Club Bath is #2456 F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City, but it’s definitely a different thing actually finding it. However, basing on the fact that one of my readers found it means that it’s quite easy to go to Club Bath. But for those of you who need more guidance, then continue reading on!
Check out the photo above to see how Club Bath looks from the outside along F.B. Harrison. There’s actually no indication that this mansion houses a bath house inside it, lending it a very discreet air. The entrance is at the side (to the left of the photo) along Valhalla Street while to the right is Moana Street. Club Bath is located very near the Pasay City Hall to the south, while Libertad is within walking distance to the north where at the intersection there is a Chowking outlet. Some people like to eat at here after having fun in CB. The nearby Andok’s Restaurant is another frequented place.
Shown below are maps highlighting the location of Club Bath. The first one depicts northern Pasay between EDSA and Buendia while the second map zooms in for a closer look.
Bringing your own car
It’s quite safe to bring your own car to the area. The location is well-lit and it’s not a seedy place at all. It would be best to ask the guard on duty where to park. The usual parking areas are beside the mansion along Valhalla and Moana streets and secondary parking areas are along the buildings leading towards Libertad. Warning: do not try to park along Valhalla, Moana, or Pasadena streets past the gates. The local barangay has a curfew and they close the gates late at night, which could get your car trapped inside.
If you’re coming from EDSA, the landmark to watch for to know F.B. Harrison is the diagonal MMDA footbridge spanning EDSA at the intersection. F.B. Harrison is also the street just before the neon-lighted
Pasay Entertainment Complex. If you’re coming from Buendia, F.B. Harrison is the major street where jeepneys turn into.
Taking public transportation
If you plan to go there by taxi, the best landmark to give the driver is the Pasay City Hall. You can have yourself dropped at the City Hall and just walk to CB, or you can stop at CB itself.
There’s also a jeepney route passing along F.B. Harrison. These are the routes that start at Pasay Rotonda (where the LRT-EDSA and the MRT-Taft stations are) and pass by F.B. Harrison going to Manila. If you’re coming from Manila, make sure that the jeepney passes by F.B. Harrison instead of Taft Avenue. If you’re coming from EDSA, you can either take the jeep at Pasay Rotonda or you can ride at the intersection of F.B. Harrison and EDSA—there are several jeepneys that stop here to wait for passengers. (This is also the place where you can get off an EDSA bus).