Baths in Khimki: a brief description


Bathing traditions in Russia are strong, and even among urban dwellers there are many lovers to relax with a broom in a steam room in the company of like-minded people. Modern urban public baths offer many services to their customers and enjoy immense popularity with both men and women. The article deals with baths in Khimki, Moscow region.

"Bath House Khimki"

A great place for lovers of traditional Russian bath on the wood, designed for 70 people. In addition to the steam room, there is a pool and a hot tub, as well as a lounge with a stylish interior and a bar. The bath offers massage services and fresh brooms are sold.


The address of this bath in Khimki: Zhukovsky, 5. Hours: 9 am to 10 pm daily.

The cost of a session in a sauna is from 800 to 1500 rubles / hour. A visit to a public bath will cost from 300 to 800 rubles. Discounts for regular customers.

About the bath a lot of good reviews. Customers note the excellent steam room, reasonable prices, cleanliness.


Firsanovsky baths

This place is for those who appreciate a real Russian bath. Firsanovsky baths are located in a separate closed area at the address: Shkolnaya Street, 2. They work around the clock, seven days a week.

There is a Russian sauna with wood and a Finnish sauna. For visitors are equipped with comfortable spacious changing rooms, shower, massage chairs, a tub in the form of a wooden barrel, shower tubs, jacuzzi, scales, hairdryer, TV. On the territory there is a gazebo and barbecue facilities.

Near the bath - free guarded parking for 20 cars.

From the reviews you can find out that the bath is compact, designed for a small number of visitors. The establishment is clean, comfortable, comfortable dressing room, at the entrance sold beer and brooms.

Among the shortcomings is the lack of a pool and the poor performance of administrators.


"Russian hut"

Another Russian bath in Khimki is located at the address: Parkovaya Street, 11A. Works institution around the clock and seven days a week.

In the bath there is a Russian steam bath and a Finnish sauna, a font, a jacuzzi and a swimming pool. The cost of an hour session is from 1500 to 2500 rubles. Brooms, sheets, slippers and towels are offered, as well as bath attendants, various types of steaming and massages. There is a lounge and a bar. You can come to the bathhouse with your own food and drinks or order it on site. As an additional entertainment, billiards and backgammon are offered. Near the establishment is free secure parking.

According to guest reviews, the service in the bath is good, everything is organized on a professional level, white linen, you can buy everything you need, order food and drinks, use the services of a massage therapist. The main disadvantage, according to many, is too high prices.



In this spa salon there is a Russian steam bath with real steam with healing aromas and a Turkish hammam. Guests are offered a large selection of brooms, steam room, massage, spa treatments, tea list. For a comfortable rest are Jacuzzi, font, karaoke, a bar with snacks.

These bathhouses in Khimki can be found at: cottage village Mashkinsky hills, house 51. Facility: daily from 10 am to 9 pm.

The cost of an hour session is from 2, 200 to 3, 200 rubles.

Reviews are both good and negative. Some were satisfied with everything: the quality of bathing services, and steam, and the attitude of the administration, and the situation. Others faced rudeness attendants.

Other saunas in Khimki

Sauna lovers can visit the sauna located in the three-star Residence Greenwood Hotel, located at 25/4 Mikoyan Street, Building 10. The sauna complex has a steam room, a relaxation room with an equipped kitchen, a hall with a mini-pool, and an ice font.


Three bathhouses - “Laguna”, “Zerkalnaya” and Russian “Edem” on firewood - are located in the Paradise hotel, located on Nagornoye Highway, Building 8.

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