Whether you've got achy muscles, a raging hangover, or are just a big fan of the Hot Tub Time Machine franchise, nothing straightens you out quite like a Jacuzzi. But in the city that has everything, hot tubs seem to be in short supply -- so we’ve scouted out go-to spas and saunas across 13 neighborhoods for you to soak in.
 

Clinton Hill

Body by Brooklyn (address and info)
Soak style: Classic hot tub, cold plunge pool, and Swedish sauna
How to get in: All-day passes start at $45 and up.
 

Cobble Hill

The Art of Natural Beauty (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi and sauna
How to get in: It's $50 for a 30min soak, $100 for an hour.

The Setai Club & Spa Wall Street

College Point

Spa Castle (address and info)
Soak style: Aqua bar, hinoki bath, and hydrotherapy massage baths are all available at this water lounge mecca.
How to get in: Weekday day passes are $40, weekend passes are $50.
 

Columbus Circle

Mandarin Oriental Hotel (address and info)
Soak style: 75ft lap pool with a connected hot tub
How to get in: It's for hotel guests only, so brush up on those ninja stealth tactics.
 

Financial District

The Setai Club & Spa Wall Street (address and info)
Soak style: Classic hot tub
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase.
 

Flatiron

Essential Therapy (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi
How to get in: Access to the Jacuzzi is a part of select spa treatment packages, which start at $175 for various massages + soak time.

Le Bain

Fort Greene

Cynergy Spa (address and info)
Soak style: Classic hot tub
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase.
 

Greenwich Village

Great Jones Spa (address and info)
Soak style: Thermal hot tub with strategically placed jets for a full body massage
How to get in: 3hr passes are $55 per person.
 

Meatpacking

Le Bain at the Standard, Highline (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi in the middle of a night club... for real
How to get in: Buddy up to the bouncer and know someone with access to the Boom Boom Room next door.

The Four Seasons

Midtown East

Four Seasons Hotel Spa (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase.
 

Midtown West

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa at the Chatwal Hotel (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi and indoor pool
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase.
 

Midtown West

Juvenex Spa (address and info)
Soak style: A variety of wet spa services, including a private hydrotherapy soaking tub
How to get in: It's ladies-only from 7am-5pm, and couples are allowed in the evening. Soaks start at $75 for 30 minutes.
 

Midtown West

Mercedes Club (address and info)
Soak style: Hot tubs, indoor & outdoor pools, and a number of fitness and lounging facilities
How to get in: Membership required

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Midtown West

Osaka Spa (address and info)
Soak style: Hot and cold baths
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase.
 

Midtown West

The Spa at the Out Hotel (address and info)
Soak style: Two indoor Jacuzzis, steam room, and sauna
How to get in: Yearly, monthly, and daily passes to the spa are available.
 

Midtown West

Spa Aura (address and info)
Soak style: Two styles of hydrotherapy Jacuzzis
How to get in: Treatments start at $60 per person.
 

Multiple locations

Equinox (address and info)
Soak style: Jacuzzi and sauna
How to get in: Access is granted with any spa treatment purchase; amenities vary by location.

Mermaid Spa NYC

Sea Gate

Mermaid Spa (address and info)
Soak style: One of New York’s largest Jacuzzis (according to them, at least) plus a variety of saunas and steam rooms
How to get in: All-day passes are $40.
 

Tribeca

Aire Ancient Baths (address and info)
Soak style: Thermal baths
How to get in: Access to the baths + massage packages start at $100 and up.
 

Tribeca

Shibui Spa at the Greenwich Hotel (address and info)
Soak style: A seasonal variety of hot and cold baths are available, all infused with extracts, moisturizers, and even sake (seriously)
How to get in: 30min sessions are $90 for a private soak, $120 for two.

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Christine Fischer is a freelance writer dedicated to a strict diet of Champagne, cookies, and the occasional pizza. Follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

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