Slow Down. Soak It Up. Ancient Baths Open in TriBeCa.
By Anna Glassman

Three stories, 15,000 square-feet, thermal soaking tubs and jet-propelled pools; TriBeCa warmly welcomes AIRE Ancient Baths to Franklin Street.

Feb 24, 2012
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Three stories, 15,000 square-feet, thermal soaking tubs and jet-propelled pools; TriBeCa warmly welcomes AIRE Ancient Baths to Franklin Street. Grupo Aire, the Spanish company behind this $10 million project, is well-versed in the luxury wellness industry with Ancient Baths in Barcelona, Seville, and Almeria (pictures below). Inspired by ancient practices from the Greeks and Romans, you can expect nothing but the best from the services, soaking baths and steam rooms here. Housed in a cast-iron building from 1800’s, the exposed, original bricks and large wooden beams are softly lit by candles setting the mood for the ultimate R&R experience at this oasis. – Jordana Longo

AIRE Ancient Baths
86-88 Franklin Street / 1 212 274 3777

Pictures: Courtesy of AIRE Ancient Baths


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