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The Portsea

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Saunas & Bathhouses
Majority of guests: gays/menAccess: only for men
 
The Portsea
 (Branch of business: Saunas & Bathhouses)
Address 2 Portsea Place
W2 2BL London, City of Westminster
Greater London, United Kingdom
Phone: 0 20 - 74023385
 
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3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars (04. July 2014)
My favourite location

Enjoyable
Popped in mid afternoon on Friday for a massage. Great workout, skilled young fella. Sat a while in steam, sauna full and 'busy' s couldn't get in. decided to go (meeting friends anyway), ended up sucking guy off in shower before changing.
Will go again for a massage when next in London.
Pity about the video room, always a good option, and the live action is sometimes better to 'watch'!.
I've tried another sauna in London - clean, with videos, but too much attitude, and little action.


Travellingbear
4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars4.0 stars (01. November 2012)
My favourite location

I have had fun!
It is a great venue in the afternoon!

It is small and discreet so the public is usually not openly gay!

It caters for a mature clientele and their admires.

I'm almost 50 so... I don't look too bad so, I get the good looking older guy and also the young daddy chaser!!! So I have fun!

I like the place!

It is handy and they keep it very clean!


If you go, ask for a regular client card, after 5 visits, they give you a free sauna! Within 2 months of your first visit!

Most of the time people want quick sex... So you do get laid!


none East15
3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars3.0 stars (29. December 2009)

Nice but...
I thought this sauna smells too much of mould. I'm a bit sensitive to mould spores and I did weeze a little. And the door receptionist was a prissy little queen who needs to get over herself. You are working in a public service and I don't expect a dramatic performance if I ask for something....

However I enjoyed meeting a great selection of older/chubbier guys as I'm not into to gym toned twinks! It's close to another gay venue, Quebec Pub at Marble Arch. So you might like to combine the two. I'll go back but it's pricey and small but very central. They also specialise in massage and they had a cute masseur with a nice furry chest who worked topless.

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