Aire Ancient Baths

Aire Ancient Baths

Spa and Bath House
Tribeca, New York
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    Noah W.
    "The salt bath where you float like the Dead Sea is amazing."(7 Tips)
    Rasmus Z.
    "The salt water floating pool is my favorite"(4 Tips)
    "Epsom salts to mimic the Dead Sea"(4 Tips)
    "words like "flotarium""(3 Tips)
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  • salt bath
  • floating pools
  • flotarium
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  • Noah W.heart icon on user image
    Noah WeissJanuary 26, 2016
    Perfect romantic date outing if you get the 2hr baths session ($75/pp). Skip the massage. The salt bath where you float like the Dead Sea is amazing.
  • Liang S.
    Liang ShiSeptember 12, 2014
    A beautiful underground gem to soak away your worries for two hours. Eucalyptus steam room. Salt water pool. Bubbly pool. Hot pool. Warm pool. Ice cold pool. Mint tea. Rinse, repeat. Leave in bliss.
  • Nate F.heart icon on user image
    Nate FolkertMarch 4, 2017
    pricey but nice spa and baths including cold plunge, hot pool, body temperature pool, massage pool, salt scrub and float pool, and steam bath. massages were great but not very private.
  • AlAnoud A A.
    AlAnoud A AlGhunaimMarch 17, 2022
    Staff was amazing, extremely relaxing ambiance. One of the best massages I've received in a long time.. Highly recommended if anyone wants to come through and take some time away and destress✨
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    PriceJune 15, 2019
    John Wick murdered a bunch of people here, although most of them deserved it. Great spa, otherwise.
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAugust 12, 2014
    Part Roman Bath, part Turkish Hamam, part massage parlor and infused with the best of Spanish and Moroccan design elements, Aire manages to be a true oasis in the concrete jungle that is Manhattan. Read more
  • @JaumePrimeroheart icon on user image
    @JaumePrimeroMay 23, 2013
    The "Flotarium" is the best ancient soaking bath at Aire. They fill it with Epsom salts to mimic the Dead Sea, and they regulate it at a temperature of 97F. Float and give your sore muscles a treat.
  • Gemma C.heart icon on user image
    Gemma CravenJuly 22, 2012
    This is the best spa in NYC right now. A series of serene baths ranging from a superb flotation pool to hot and a truly amazing steam room that is the perfect temperature.
  • Travel + Leisure
    Travel + LeisureApril 11, 2013
    Soak the afternoon away in tubs filled with red wine or cava at this Roman-style bathhouse. The 16,000-square-foot space features six different baths, including salt water and an ice-cold plunge.
  • Gothamist
    GothamistJanuary 24, 2017
    With words like "flotarium" used to describe its treatments, the Aire spa maintains that perfect balance of soothing and terrifying we’re all looking for after a long day. Read more
  • Eduardo R.heart icon on user image
    Eduardo RamirezMay 30, 2019
    Love, love, love. Potentially one of the best, most relaxing, spa experiences I’ve ever had. You don’t even need a treatment (although a 1-hr massage doesn’t hurt), the baths themselves are wonderful.
  • Esther J.heart icon on user image
    Esther JungJuly 23, 2015
    Very relaxing, clean, great service and quiet. stayed about 2 hrs in the water(no massage). Its $75 (without massage) on weekdays. Need to make a reservation online. I loved the whole experience!
  • Amy W.heart icon on user image
    Amy WilsonJanuary 17, 2015
    Absolutely loved it. So relaxing, incredible massage could have stayed in the floatation pool all day. Perfect, warm and ambient way to hide from the minus temperature outside.
  • Nate S.heart icon on user image
    Nate SJune 29, 2016
    This place is more like if Valentines Day were a venue than it is a relaxing spa day. I came alone to unwind in the baths but felt like the creepy third-wheel on everyones' romantic night out.
  • Laura D.heart icon on user image
    Laura D.September 25, 2016
    this is my favorite treat-yo-self indulgence in NYC: i go here at least once a year. splurge on a long massage & buy extra "pool time," you won't regret it!
  • Marthaheart icon on user image
    MarthaMarch 15, 2015
    wonderful experience. relaxing, serene, calm. highly recommended. the only annoying thing is the couples who don't keep their hands off of each other. otherwise, it's pretty much perfect.
  • Céline Bossart
    Céline BossartSeptember 6, 2017
    Drinking like a boss all day is hard work. I am unhealthily obsessed with this place. All you do is soak in baths of different temperatures and hydrate with citrus water and tea. Enough said.
  • Blake L.heart icon on user image
    Blake LJanuary 5, 2018
    Such a nice, relaxing escape from the streets of NY. Got treated to a massage after spending an hour in the baths. I can’t wait to go back!
  • Kiwi W.heart icon on user image
    Kiwi WangOctober 4, 2016
    What an amazing little oasis in the middle of a hectic city! Highly recommend this for a girls night out or a chill date alternative.
  • Paolo B.heart icon on user image
    Paolo BaroneSeptember 17, 2021
    It is an amazing SPA, totally worth visiting. And the massage we had was one of the best we ever had anywhere in the world
  • cj f.
    cj fitzgeraldMarch 20, 2018
    Must-visit candlelit Roman bathhouse in a former textile factory. Reservations required. Book at least two weeks in advance for a weekend spot.
  • Jenny W.
    Jenny W.August 5, 2012
    Nick is an amazing (& hot) massage therapist. The dead sea like bath is incredible, I could've lounged/floated forever. Also the ice cold bath is Refreshingly freezing. Well worth it, I'll def be back
  • Jenny K.heart icon on user image
    Jenny KNovember 28, 2014
    This place is as beautiful and serene and relaxing as all the reviews claim. Great customer service too - Fernando the manager handled a mixup with our reservation in classiest way possible. 👍
  • FreshNYC p.
    FreshNYC p}-:{>May 5, 2015
    The grotto that houses the baths are adorned with candles on top of candles and more candles, which is the primary source of light, soft mellow music in the background Read more
  • Cleo Y.
    Cleo YehMarch 11, 2015
    Amazing massages! Oh, and most relaxing nap ever in the flotarium 😁 no spa or massage will ever live up to this!! No regrets
  • Isa S.heart icon on user image
    Isa SierraMay 28, 2018
    A true treasure if you’re looking to escape the rush of modern life. The whole experience is unforgettable - really applaud their silence, max capacity policy.
  • Jamie S.
    Jamie SilvermanJune 24, 2013
    Amazing experience—literally felt like you'd left Manhattan and stepped into another century. Great for special events.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 2, 2016
    August 9th: Air-conditioning not cutting it? Plunge into the 46-degree ice bath at Aire Ancient Baths and you’ll forget all about the heat. Read more
  • Jessica M.heart icon on user image
    Jessica M.April 17, 2016
    It doesn't get any better than this. Find a spot in the right corner of the back pool and don't move for 90 mins, unless you're getting a massage of course.
  • Meg L.
    Meg LewisAugust 24, 2014
    I've never felt so relaxed in the city. Absolutely stunning environment! Beautiful pools that are never too crowded. Truly a treat!
  • Giordano C.
    Giordano ContestabileSeptember 1, 2013
    Amazing find. Roman baths (calidarium, tepidarium and frigidarium) reconstructed below downtown Manhattan, plus one of the best massages I had in a long time
  • Gabriel R.heart icon on user image
    Definitely the most amazing spa experience I've ever had. The floating pool is incredible and so is the whirlpool. I will definitely be back.
  • Andrew F.heart icon on user image
    Andrew FurmanJuly 7, 2017
    Stay as long as you can in the 50 degree pool, then switch to 102 degrees. The feeling is euphoric.
  • Cameron B.heart icon on user image
    Cameron BorrielloJanuary 4, 2016
    Awesome spot for deep relaxation. They provide robes, towels, and all toiletries as well. Get there early to enjoy their tea.
  • Britta L.heart icon on user image
    Britta LampeterJanuary 4, 2016
    Just amazing. Definitely try the cold dunks in between hot/warm pools. The massages are also completely worth it.
  • Alexandra F.heart icon on user image
    Alexandra FanningFebruary 7, 2018
    Omg I wanna live here - candle light and floating pools and massage, it's a hefty price but worth it for luxury on special occasions
  • Kelsey W.
    Kelsey WilliamsDecember 30, 2014
    Loved my experience here! Very neat simple decor. Quality massages, good pressure. Try all the baths, including the cold ones!
  • Scott R.heart icon on user image
    Scott RoweJune 9, 2017
    Have never felt more relaxed. The ambience is phenomenal. The floatation pool, and the plunge pools are particularly exceptional.
  • MrsCorksterheart icon on user image
    MrsCorksterNovember 15, 2015
    Warning: first-world problems—What is with the towel "rationing"? There should also be some lemon in the drinking water. Great Jones Spa is a tenement compared to this place but even they manage that.
  • meganheart icon on user image
    meganApril 18, 2014
    Amazing spa. Be sure to tell them if it's your first time - a quick overview of the various baths helps.
  • Brandy S.heart icon on user image
    Brandy SchumanAugust 22, 2013
    I work tradeshows on my feet for long days and this was just what I needed! I'll be back! Beautiful interior and so relaxing.
  • Staff Picks
    Staff PicksDecember 6, 2016
    Aire Ancient Baths was one of the more wished for places throughout 2015’s I Want Somewhere holiday campaign. Where’s your somewhere? Enter to win a bucket list experience. Read more
  • Julie S.
    Julie SosciaJanuary 27, 2019
    If not for a massage, get a day pass to the pool and sauna. The baths are exquisite and I loved the salt water pool
  • laurenheart icon on user image
    laurenJanuary 22, 2015
    The best place to relax in the city. Try and request for massage in the middle of your bath session to get the best experience.
  • Dan C.
    Dan CoeSeptember 21, 2013
    Can't beat it. One of the best massages ever plus great pools. For the price, especially in Tribeca, it's worth every penny.
  • Melissa L.heart icon on user image
    Melissa LinFebruary 10, 2014
    My skin feels so smooth after the salt bath. And dipping into the cold bath followed by a dip into the hot was really refreshing.
  • Simon L.
    Simon LindsayFebruary 25, 2013
    The salt water bath is the best. If no one else is in the pool you can just float forever. Also the 50F pool to the 103F pool is really good
  • Ameena M.
    Ameena MeerApril 1, 2013
    ask for massage therapist, sue. she really is amazingly gifted. I've rarely had a massage so good, she seemed to know all the tight spots intuitively.
  • Jason H.
    Jason HooverDecember 23, 2012
    Omg - just had the most amazing time!! Baths, steam, massage + amazing service and spotless amenities. You won't be disappointed!!
  • Sandra R.heart icon on user image
    Sandra RubinchikNovember 25, 2018
    Luxury without pretentiousness. All of your needs are thoughtfully anticipated. Show up in your bathing suit and let Aire handle the rest.
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