Treat yourself to a day of indulgence in the communal baths at Kabuki Springs and Spa. After hours spent at a desk or in a car, a trip to the spa will have you feeling fresh and energized.
Not finished with indulgence or decadence? Walk one block over to Post for delicious and authentic Japanese cuisine at Kappa Japanese Restaurant.
The baths are women-only Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday; men-only Monday, Thursday, and Saturday; and co-ed on Tuesdays. Bathing suits are required on co-ed days, but nudity is permitted on women or men-only days.
Kabuki only validates parking for customers who purchase spa treatments, not those who only purchase passes for the communal baths. You’re better off trying to find street parking.
Stressed-out San Franciscans seek solace at Kabuki for its tranquil atmosphere and rejuvenating spa facilities, where spa-goers slip into the sauna, steam room, cold plunge pool, and hot pool to invigorate bodies and minds. Between steams and dips, patrons scrub themselves with sea salt or relax on wooden recliners and adirondacks while sipping cucumber water and eating fresh slices of fruit.
Silence is golden at Kabuki where the focus is on letting the mind slip away. Even when the baths are busy, it’s quiet enough to drift off to sleep by one of the pools. For those too relaxed to cross the room to fetch their own cold towels or hot tea, a bath attendant is always on hand to make guests comfortable.