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Trombeta Bath

Saunas & Bathhouses
Majority of guests: gays/menAccess: only for men
 
Trombeta Bath
 (Branch of business: Saunas & Bathhouses)
Address Rua do Trombeta 1C
1200-471 Lisbon (Lisboa), Bairro Alto
Region Lisbon, Portugal
Phone:+351 216 095 626
 
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4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars (06. September 2014)
Darkness
Not that many saunas in Lisboa, this one must be the best one. Everything is located in the basement, but one will notice that navigation is quite difficult because it's really dark in most rooms. Crowded on sunday afternoons. Another good moment are saturday mornings around 4 or 5.
Anonymous (n/a)
3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars (15. August 2014)
Avant garde?
This is the newest sauna in Lisbon, but a little difficult to find. The sauna is in ‘avant garde style’, that is to say – all exposed pipework with multicoloured laser lighting. The lighting is so poor that it takes at least half-an-hour before you can see your hand in front of your face!
The basement layout has showers, steam, sauna & video room with a smoking/refreshment area. The snacks and drinks are from machines, which because it is so dark, makes your choice a ‘bit’ of guesswork.
Much of the action takes place in the darkroom area between the video and the ‘ refreshments’ with some sex going on in the steam room and adjacent showers & the video room itself. The Clientèle are fairly young with a smattering of the more mature who do not appear to be very welcome. This place is for the younger set whereas the mature are welcome at the Viriato. The Sertorio doesn’t appear to be popular with anybody from what can be gathered from reviews on other sites.
To get there you can take Tram 28E from Largo do Madalena or Largo da Belas Artes and get off at Calhariz (Bica) and walk up the side street Rua da Rosa taking the first right and then first left. The sauna is about halfway up on your left. Alternatively you can get off the Yellow Bus Tour Bus at stop '5' or walk from the Baixa/Chiado Metro Stop – quite a hike uphill past the famous 'Cafe A Brasiliera'
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dcblktopman My favourite location
4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars (13. September 2013)
I went twice during my vacation!
It was my first trip to Lisbon, so I did not know what to expect. It was your typical sauna, lockers, booths, lounge, snacks, dark rooms. All age ranges. No 'rent boys' so 'hooking' up was you typical 'gay type' selection process. Had a couple of oral sessions in the dark room and was invited into a couple of booths for a couple of bf sessions. It's Europe so EVERYBODY SMOKES!!! I just had to 'get used to it! The staff was constantly cleaning up but you should always wear you shower shoes!!! I won't go into why!!! It's on a very narrow street/alley in the barrio alto. But it was easy to get a cab to and from. I'll definitely go back the next time I'm in Lisbon
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Trombeta Bath
New gay sauna in the centre of the Bairro Alto, the gay quarter of Lisbon.

Address
  Trombeta Bath
Address Rua do Trombeta 1C
1200-471 Lisbon (Lisboa), Region Lisbon
Portugal
Phone: +351 216 095 626
E-Mail: mail@trombetabath.com
Website: http://www.trombetabath.com/
Languages of the website: English
Portuguese

Details of the Sauna
 Dry heat sauna
Steam bath
Showers
Video room
Relaxation room
Number of lockers:80
Number of cubicles:17
Features:Internet access available (e.g. PCs or WIFI)
Adult movies on TV / Large screen
Air conditioning
Sufficient parking space available
Credit cards:VISA
American Express
Master Card
Maestro (EC-Card)
Discover
JCB

Operating Hours & Travel Connections
Operating hours:
Monday:12:00 p.m. - 02:00 a.m. 
Tuesday:12:00 p.m. - 02:00 a.m. 
Wednesday:12:00 p.m. - 02:00 a.m. 
Thursday:12:00 p.m. - 02:00 a.m. 
Friday:12:00 p.m. - 04:00 a.m. 
Saturday:12:00 p.m. - 04:00 a.m. 
Sunday:12:00 p.m. - 02:00 a.m. 

Entrance rate (including minimum consumption):12 €
Travel connections:Underground station
Further details:Metro Baixa-Chiado (Chiado)
under 25 only €8

(leaving one hour later)

Clientele:
  Majority or all guests are gay (men)
 Admission for men only
 More younger guests (18-29)
More middle-aged guests (30-50)

Food & Drink
  Bar with normal range of drinks
Snacks available



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