Central Escalator Sauna or CE for short, is one of Hong Kong’s oldest gay saunas. The sauna is well known for its friendly attitude and a mix of international guests, however, the sauna is small and decorations have aged.
Open hours are 1 pm to midnight. Peak times are from 7 pm – 9 pm weeknights and at weekends from 3 pm.
|Best For||International crowd action!|
|Location||LFK – Jervois Street, HK Island|
|Peak Times||7 am – 9 pm|
|Open Hours Week Day||1 pm – 12 am|
|Open Hours Week Day||1 pm – 3 am|
|Review Updated||11 Jan. 2018|
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Central Escalator Sauna
Crowd: Central Escalator Sauna is one of the most international saunas in Hong Kong. Many slightly older white expats, Chinese, Hong Kong locals as well as other international visitors can be found in Central Escalator Sauna.
Entry: Central Escalator Sauna’s entry prices are very reasonable but can vary depending on the guest’s age and the day of the week. Check the website for more details and promotions. Credit cards accepted.
Facilities: Central Escalator Sauna offers lockers, private rooms with the sling, steam bath and sauna, showers, jacuzzi, solarium (sun beds), TV lounge, video room and free internet access.
Central Escalator Sauna Hong Kong
Central Escalator Sauna Hong Kong is located in the center of Hong Kong’s main gay town, central Lan Kwai Fong, and Soho City Centre. The sauna is next to the Mid-level Escalator and directly above the 7Eleven shop, across the road from Park and Shop supermarket & Lan Fong Yuen. Central Escalator Sauna has no signs outside making it a little hard to find. The entrance is on Gage Street. Take the doorway on the left side 7Eleven (on the corner with Cochrane Street). Take the elevator to the 2nd floor.
Taxi: Ask for Lyndhurst Terrace, Lan Fong Yuen to get to Central Escalator Sauna.
MRT: The nearest station to the sauna is Central Station – Take Exit D2 towards Lan Kwai Fong. Walk to No.100 Queen’s Road Central ( QRC10).
Central Escalator Sauna,
52/F Cheung Hing Comm. Bldg,
37-43 Cochrane Street, Central
Hong Kong Island