Venue Details & Map
1 Thrale StreetBoroughLondonSE1 9HW
- +44 (0)20 7357 0111
- Public transport:
- London Bridge station walk straight down to Borough High Street. Turn left, cross the road and bear right into Southwark Street. Thrale Street is about 400 yards further down the road on the right.
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- Booking Facilities
- Advance booking only
- Group bookings accepted
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
So I strip down naked in my private room after I'm instructed to first take a shower and then enter the pod.
No, I'm not at an Eastern European brothel; I'm at Floatworks - an alternative London Bridge relaxation station that's all about floating your stress away in water of very high salinity.
I submerge myself in the salty/chlorine-y water and press the button I was told to close my...more
Good idea but neither me nor my sister enjoyed the experience. We both got out and showered early hoping that the other one enjoyed it because we had vouchers for 2 more sessions! I found the tank claustrophobic and could not shut my mind off enough to relax. I felt nauseous and it was difficult to locate the lights and door button in pitch black. I got salt water in my mouth and the...more
Not sure about all the stress release, and all the health benefits this place advertises. but I had a pleasant time, with the low lightning and soft music, so relaxing
will I be going back? Nomore
Not really for me, but still an excellent idea, and my husband enjoyed it. So 4 stars!
You get off London Bridge tube - walk towards Southwark and tiny street called Thrale (the THRALE HOUSE is right in front of the street in bold letters).
Go downstairs to this mysterious, quiet place.
People are really really nice here.
The reception showed us our private rooms with little egg-chambers....more
Slip off your sneakers and embark on a strange but sensational journey.
Relaxation is constantly being sought after in our overly scheduled lives and floating on highly buoyant water seemed like as good a solution to stress as any. I found the location fairly easily after escaping London Bridge station and was warmly greeted at reception by name. A quick shoe change, some minor paperwork and...more