Sailors is a men/male only spa and sauna. We welcome guests to join our friendly community of men from all backgrounds and walks of life (including gay, bisexual and trans men). During your visit, we ask that you are respectful to your fellow customers, members of staff, and to the facilities and the venue itself.
Please see our conditions of entry below:
Conditions of Entry
By entering this venue, you (the “Patron”) agree to be bound by these conditions. If you do not agree to these conditions (or do not adhere to them during your visit) the Management reserves the right to refuse or revoke entry.
Patrons must be 18 years old or older and be able to show a valid form of Photo ID if asked to do so by a member of staff. Accepted forms of ID are: Drivers License (full or provisional), or a Passport (valid) or Citizenship Card with the PASS hologram and SIA logo.
We are licensed by Tower Hamlets as a single sex facility. By entering these premises Patrons are demonstrating that they identify as male. Trans men and all other male identified individuals are welcome patrons, irrespective of their hormone or surgical/genital status.
Sailors takes a zero-tolerance policy towards drugs in relation to possession, dealing or using. Any substances found will be seized and logged and handed over to the police. In the case that Management and security feel it necessary police will be called to the venue.
In accordance with licensing law the venue has the right to refuse admission without providing a reason. If you have consumed alcohol prior to arrival & appear to be in an intoxicated state or behave inappropriately you may be refused entry.
Sailors Sauna has the right to refuse admission or eject you in certain circumstances. These are likely to include deliberate damage to property, you are involved in abusive, threatening, drunken or other anti-social behaviour, or carry offensive weapons or illegal or prohibited substances or make unauthorised audio, video or photographic recordings.
Our conditions of entry comply with both the London Local Authorities Act 1991 (Special Treatments License) and the Equality Act 2010.