The soothingly lavish treatment of thermal baths given to guests during the ancient times of the Greek, Roman and Ottoman empires has been brought back to life at the AIRE Ancient Baths in New York City. This ‘feast for the senses’ is a public retreat that aims to please and pleasure the mind and the body into a thermal haven of water. Guests are brought to an ancient paradise of utilizing our friend H2O in their warm water, hot water, cold water, propeller jet stream and salt water pools along with steam rooms scented with the aromatherapy fragrances of jasmine, peppermint, and eucalyptus. They also have the choice of treating themselves to a two or three handed massage or taking a calming journey in the relaxation room where one can rest on hot marble stones and enjoy a fresh beverage.

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