OTOT2 is in the last building at the end of the lane. all hotels in Kuala Lumpurtop trending hotels in KLBukit Bintang Walkpopular area with alfresco cafés, bars, night markets and restaurants Chinatowntourist-popular area; home of the famous Petaling Street night market Mandi Manda offers modern facilities on 3 floors including a gym, dry sauna, steam room, seated rain baths and relaxation cabins.The onsite ‘Savva’ café provides the opportunity to take a break from the action to enjoy a drink or meal. This popular, well-maintained exclusively male sauna, gym and massage spa offer foot massages and an extensive range of full body massages. Kakiku gets busiest on the weekend when there’s a themed event.The sauna remains the same, but the big dark room has been replaced by small rectangular one. The locker room has been converted to a TV lounge area. Walk pass the school on the left, cross an intersection, enter the staircase of the first shop house on the left (no sign on the entrance). We changed positions a few times and went at it for at least 30 minutes. And by the way I’ve gotten 1 hour and the girl said OK, no problem. Seasons Towers in Bukit Bintang Room: Good, clean and sturdy bed Massage: Did not try Extras: Excellent.
I would recommend that staying in Bukit Bintang since lots of the action takes place in that area.
Lockers are now on the lower level, so you need to walk up the stairs to other areas.
Upstairs, the steam room has been reduced, with eight shower rooms and two toilets left.
Free Wi Fi and professional massage service are offered. Relatively new sauna & massage spa for men (opened in January 2015) in a 4-storey building with garden. Small and a bit run-down but popular with local bears, chubby men and their fans.
52 Forest has a steam room, dry sauna, small gym with free weights, open shower, a few cabins and rooftop smoking area. Sentral Massage features a dry sauna, TV room and relaxing area.