Sanduny is the oldest banya (bath-house) in Moscow, founded by Sila Sandunov in 1808. Representing architecture and engineering miracle, Sanduny was called 'Tsar-banya' by the famous singer Shalyapin thanks to its spacious halls, outstanding fretwork, marble staircases, golden paintings and statues.
The Sanduny complex is an example of Russian bath-house that preserved its authentic interiors, created by the famous architect from Vienna Freidenberg in 1896. Today Sanduny is known to be a unique health center for the most demanding clients. There are three bath halls for men and two for women that include pools, Russian steam rooms, and lounge rooms. Sanduny offers 8 bath rooms, Spa-center, restaurant of Russian, Uzbeki and Chinese cuisines, and laundry. There is also a souvenir shop for you to cherish the memory of your leisure.
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