Tag Archives: bathhouse

Required reading

Marquel Martin on not being the next Bachelor (via his blog). You know I think Marquel is great. It’s ABC’s loss.

On a much more serious note: Say hello to the men who hate the NSA but love invading the privacy of women (via Verge)

This can’t be legal (via Curbed)

Coffee naps are better than coffee or naps alone (via Vox)

The struggles of having an outgoing personality but actually being introverted (via IntroversionEffect)

Nine things to know before your first bathhouse experience (via Harpers Bazaar)

Jenna Golden on life in Logan Circle (via Domicile Magazine)

I need bake these: maple bacon magic bars

How to be polite (via Medium)

Champagne bath

A TriBeCa bathhouse/spa is now offering baths in Champagne or red wine for wealthy folks who like to play with their food and drink.

Via DNAInfo.com:

TRIBECA — Now the champagne set can literally swim in bubbly.

A luxurious new bathhouse has popped up in TriBeCa — with elite amenities that include a $450 per person VIP package with a dip in a champagne-filled bathtub.

Aire Ancient Baths, which has built a devoted following in Spain, unveiled its first American location this week: a 16,000-square-foot spa inside a restored 19th-century building at 88 Franklin St., with six pools, a steam room and massage suites.

Spa packages start at $75 for a 75-minute bath, while a VIP suite is expected to open in the next few weeks, offering clients a chance to purchase a 3 1/2 hour spa package including a bath in a tub infused with olive oil, red wine or champagne at a cost of $450 per person.

Via morethanjustwine.blogspot.com

Beyond the waste, bathing in Champagne sounds sticky.

The idea of bathing in bubbly doesn’t appeal to me. I’d much rather drink it. Am I in the minority?