To continue my posts on Club Bath here are the floor plans of the three-storey mansion that Club Bath has repurposed as a bath house. (You can also see the floor plan of Epitome which I’ve written about before.)
The first floor is where the entrance and the exit is. You enter Club Bath through a gate along Valhalla St. near the corner with F.B. Harrison. Inside the gate is a foyer area and the reception can be found at the far end. From the reception area, you can immediately see the gym to the left, and the TV room and Internet room to the right. Behind the gym is the locker area and at the very back is the wet area, containing shower stalls and a steam room (no sauna). The shower stalls do not have doors so shy people are not allowed, but there are dividers to give some privacy. There is adequate lighting in the shower room so you might find it a bit disconcerting.
The second floor is where the bulk of the action happens. Most of the space is given to 25 private rooms. (When you go to Club Bath, you must either avail of a locker or a private room.) The numbers/letters you see on the floor plan are the room numbers. Aside from the rooms, there’s also a comfort room, a hidden free cubicle, and two open-air balcony areas where people can smoke.
The corner balcony area is the brightest spot in the whole mansion, no thanks to decorative street lamps installed by the Pasay City Government. But the balcony is not seen from the street; there are bamboo curtains installed to give a modicum of privacy. The other balcony, on the other hand, is quite dark and I’ve seen some exhibitionist action going on here.
The third floor contains four more private rooms and an open-air dark room and lanai for even more smoking. The dark room also has three free cubicles, for use by patrons that have not availed of rooms.
So there. Hopefully you found this useful if ever you decide to try Club Bath and so that you won’t look like a lost newbie. Hehehe.