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Dirty sauna, very poor services, and its true handsome guys over there, but all about how much money do you want to spend with them, for poor services in exchange, I guess one or two may know something about massage, most of them I don´t...More
Oh gosh, one of the bad experiences I ever had in a gay sauna. Sooo awful, never again!!!
Once inside the changing area, you will find yourself in a too little cabine which is dirty, scruffy and needs a deep clean and refurb.
If I went there with the idea of a gay sauna like we have them in Europe, I would have been disappointed. I found out it is a good massage parlour. It was Sunday 9th April 2007. It was not very crowded (but nowhere really...More
I have been going to Aquarius for years every time I am in Istanbul. It is an unusual place working mostly with masseurs and rent boys. Some are pushy some are very nice and most are very friendly. I always had a fab time there...More
Expensive. Boring athmosphere, less crowded, run down facilities. Only Rent Boys there. Meet other Men is not working because the Rent Boys interrupt you all the time. They are only aloow you with them for to much Money. Massages are less Quality and overpriced. Don`t...More
The people who write very bad things about this place are not being fair, and I know the only reason. It is the concept of the sauna - which is is well known as it is written all over the internet, guide books etc and...More
Guys are cute but they are all 'massage therapists'. Not many 'clients' when we went and the place had a nice sauna but the cabins are a bit shabby. Didn't get in the 'spa' :)
Date of experience: August 2015
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