So a few weeks back I said I'd post a review of a new experience after expressing difficulties of booking local girls. Here it is.
This club is in Toronto just south of 407 on Woodbine. It's a little far but worth the drive.
It's a very unique experience or atleast it was for me. It's located in a business building on the first floor. Lots of free parking. They don't attempt to hide the type of buisness it is. With monitors featuring the hostess for the day. This club is much more than a rub and tug. There is a a large hot pool and large cold plunge pool, a stem room and a sauna. They are all in one common area with multiple private shower rooms. There is also a lounge area with a bar, several lazzy boys and large screen t.v.
Initially it was strange to be there with other clients hanging out. Where Ottawa clubs take steps to keep clients separated. It became liberating not hiding or being shuffled about room to room.
When you arrive and register at the desk. The give you a numbered key for a locker in the change room. You head to the change room where an attendant greets you and gets you a robe and bathing suit. Leads you to the showers before your session. Depending on the time of your session you can make use of the facilities. Staff are great friendly and cute make you feel welcome. There is a male attendant that maintains pools and steam room.
The massage in cludes the ending. You can discuss with your massage attendat how much clothing she wares during the massage.
Afterwards you are welcome to stay and use the facilities. You can even pay a day fee of $80 if you want to just use the spa hang out and socialise with staff. You can leave for a meal and come back if you like. The day I was there, a guy sleeping in one of the lazy boys apparently had been there for a few hours.
Overall it was a great experience. The attendant I chose was fairly new was far from shy but needs more experience developing the massage skills.
From what I could tell all girls were Canadian with different backgrounds and ages.
Looking forward to when I can go back.