Frequently Asked Questions

Many people have questions before they visit a bathhouse the first time. What do I wear? What Should I Bring With Me? What Can I do There? We're answered a few of them here and invite you to submit any others you may have to us via e-mail

1. How old do I need to be to become a member? CBC is a private club for men. You must be a male who is 18 years of age or older with a valid picture ID to become a member of the Club.

2. What do I need to become a member?
A valid photo ID that shows your name, address, and date of birth. This can be a drivers license, a government issued ID or a passport. We cannot accept an ID issued by anyone else. Please be aware that it is a FEDERAL LAW that you must have ID on you at all times.

3. Can I become a member anonymously? No, in order to comply with the laws governing private clubs we must see proof of your identification.

4. How much does it cost to join? Each one of our clubs has different prices.  Please check with the city you plan on visiting by clicking "Pricing".

5. What kinds of memberships do you have? We have a Day Pass or a Three Month Membership.

6. Can I take a tour before I purchase a membership? No, because we are a private, membership club, you must purchase a
membership before we can allow you to enter the club. This is also done to protect the other members.

7. Do you accept credit cards? Yes we accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.  Some of our clubs have ATM's inside their lobbies.

8. Is there a safe place for my valuables? Yes, we provide a free Security Box upon request. We strongly urge you to take advantage of this free service and cannot assume any responsibility for your valuables.

9. What should I wear? You can wear anything you want to visit CBC. I really doesn't matter what you wear to get here and go home because you will be issued a towel upon entry. NO STREET CLOTHES ARE PERMITTED PAST THE LOCKER ROOM AREA OF ALL OF OUR CLUBS. This is a BATHHOUSE, not a fashion Show. Be prepared to be as naked as the day you were born!

10. What does CBC do with the personal information that I provide? Nothing. Our database is maintained on a secure computer that is not connected to anything else. The database is password protected and accessible only to the management of the Club. We never send any written announcements to any of our membership using the information provided when you join the club.

11. Is it possible to make a room reservation? We apologize, but we are a first come, first served facility. 

12. Are there any in and out privileges? We are currently reviewing our policy.  It is best to check with the club BEFORE you check in!

13. Is there anywhere else I can use my CBC membership? No just the Providence club.

14. We are a Couple, can we share the cost of a Dressing Room? No, each person must pay for their own room or locker.

15. What are hours are you open? CBC is open 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year. We Never close.

16. What are the busiest day or days? While Friday and Saturday nights are generally the busiest, We have seen difference in our attendance on different days as well.  It all depends on the Club you visit, the weather in that city, and also what's going
on at the club.  You can always call the desk clerk at the club you wish to visit for a better detail. 

17. Once I pay for my room or locker, how long can I stay? This depends on which one of our clubs you are at.   Every guest is told when they must either exit or renew when they check in.   Some of our clubs even allow you to double or triple check, however it can not be done all at once.  We ask that you come to desk when your called if you can (We do understand that when we do call folks
to the desk they may be in a position that would be very hard to get out of without seriously injuring yourself) so we do offer a grace period of fifteen minutes.  Please be considerate as their may be others waiting for a room.

18. I need to contact another customer of CBC, how can I do that? We're sorry, but we are not allowed to tell you if someone is in the building at any given time, relay a message or give out any contact information for any member of CBC. This is done for both their privacy and yours.  We do not take phone messages or pass messages along.  Please also be aware that we will not page a member at any of our clubs either, nor will they be called to the phone to take a phone call either.

19. Is CBC smoke free? - All INDOOR SPACES of our clubs are now SMOKE FREE.
Please check the club that your visiting if there is a smoking area for your use. Smoking in any facility that does not allow it will result in suspension and possible lifetime termination of your membership.

20. What kind of clientele do you have? CBC's membership comes in all sizes, shapes, ages and colors. From 18 years old on up; Experienced and Inexperienced alike; whether they're in the closet or the door has fallen off the hinges; they are Black, White, Brown, Yellow, Red, and every other color of the Rainbow; with interests that range from plain vanilla, to leather, to kink and
everything in between.  We welcome ALL fetishes at CBC whether its spanking or fisting, so don't feel that your not welcome here. 

21. Do you have parking facilities? Parking is available in parking garages - we encourage you to spend a few dollars and park in a parking garage to ensure your car is not towed or damaged.

22. What about Nudity? - You are free to roam naked as the day you were born.  You can always check with the desk clerk for the club policy of where you are visiting.

23. The Music is too loud and I can't sleep - This is a BATHHOUSE, NOT A HOTEL. Being in a bathhouse, Music is part of the experience. We have chosen styles of music that we believe appeal to our customers, and a volume that is moderately high to help mask out some of the "other" noises that you may find unpleasant. Please do not complain to the desk clerks - instead use the
CONTACT US page and send an email to us and tell us the date, time and the problem. This helps us determine the needs of the customer. Music is for the customer, not our employees.

Many people have questions before they visit a bathhouse the first time. What do I wear? What Should I Bring With Me? What Can I do There? We're answered a few of them here and invite you to submit any others you may have to us via e-mail
1. How old do I need to be to become a member? CBC is a private club for men. You must be a male who is 18 years of age
or older with a valid picture ID to become a member of the Club.
2. What do I need to become a member? 
A valid photo ID that shows your name, address, and date of birth. This can be a
drivers license, a government issued ID or a passport. We cannot accept an ID issued by anyone else. Please be aware that it 
is a FEDERAL LAW that you must have ID on you at all times.
3. Can I become a member anonymously? No, in order to comply with the laws governing private clubs we must see proof of your identification.
4. How much does it cost to join? Each one of our clubs has different prices.  Please check with the city you plan on visiting by clicking "Pricing".
5. What kinds of memberships do you have? We have a Day Pass or a Three Month Membership.
6. Can I take a tour before I purchase a membership? No, because we are a private, membership club, you must purchase a
membership before we can allow you to enter the club. This is also done to protect the other members.
7. Do you accept credit cards? Yes we accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express.  Some of our clubs have ATM's inside their lobbies.
8. Is there a safe place for my valuables? Yes, we provide a free Security Box upon request. We strongly urge you to take advantage of this free service and cannot assume any responsibility for your valuables.
9. What should I wear? You can wear anything you want to visit CBC. I really doesn't matter what you wear to get here and go home because you will be issued a towel upon entry. NO STREET CLOTHES ARE PERMITTED PAST THE LOCKER ROOM AREA OF ALL OF OUR CLUBS. This is a BATHHOUSE, not a fashion Show. Be prepared to be as naked as the day you were born!
10. What does CBC do with the personal information that I provide? Nothing. Our database is maintained on a secure computer
that is not connected to anything else. The database is password protected and accessible only to the management of the Club. We never send any written announcements to any of our membership using the information provided when you join the club.
11. Is it possible to make a room reservation? We apologize, but we are a first come, first served facility.  Our Philadelphia
Facility has several theme rooms that you can reserve in advance - Please check that out in our Philadelphia location on this website.
12. Are there any in and out privileges? We are currently reviewing our policy.  It is best to check with the club BEFORE you check in!
13. Is there anywhere else I can use my CBC membership? We have Clubs in Miami, Philadelphia and Providence, all in the United States.
14. We are a Couple, can we share the cost of a Dressing Room? No, each person must pay for their own room or locker.
15. What are hours are you open? CBC is open 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week, 365 Days a Year. We Never close.
16. What are the busiest day or days? While Friday and Saturday nights are generally the busiest, We have seen difference
in our attendance on different days as well.  It all depends on the Club you visit, the weather in that city, and also what's going
on at the club.  You can always call the desk clerk at the club you wish to visit for a better detail. 
17. Once I pay for my room or locker, how long can I stay? This depends on which one of our clubs you are at.   Every guest is
told when they must either exit or renew when they check in.   Some of our clubs even allow you to double or triple check, however it
can not be done all at once.  We ask that you come to desk when your called if you can (We do understand that when we do call folks 
to the desk they may be in a position that would be very hard to get out of without seriously injuring yourself) so we do offer a
grace period of fifteen minutes.  Please be considerate as their may be others waiting for a room.
18. I need to contact another customer of CBC, how can I do that? We're sorry, but we are not allowed to tell you if someone
is in the building at any given time, relay a message or give out any contact information for any member of CBC. This is done for both
their privacy and yours.  We do not take phone messages or pass messages along.  Please also be aware that we will not page a member at any of our clubs either, nor will they be called to the phone to take a phone call either.
19. Is CBC smoke free? - All INDOOR SPACES of our clubs are now SMOKE FREE.
Please check the club that your visiting if there is a smoking area for your use. Smoking in any facility that does not allow it will result in suspension and possible lifetime termination of your membership.
20. What kind of clientele do you have? CBC's membership comes in all sizes, shapes, ages and colors. From 18 years old on up;
Experienced and Inexperienced alike; whether they're in the closet or the door has fallen off the hinges; they are Black, White, 
Brown, Yellow, Red, and every other color of the Rainbow; with interests that range from plain vanilla, to leather, to kink and
everything in between.  We welcome ALL fetishes at CBC whether its spanking or fisting, so don't feel that your not welcome here. 
21. Do you have parking facilities? Our Miami Facility has a parking lot, however Philadelphia and Providence do not have parking. Parking is available in parking garages - we encourage you to spend a few dollars and park in a parking garage to ensure your car
is not towed or damaged.
22. What about Nudity? - You are free to roam naked as the day you were born.  You can always check with the desk clerk for the club policy of where you are visiting.
23. The Music is too loud and I can't sleep - This is a BATHHOUSE, NOT A HOTEL. Being in a bathhouse, Music is part of the experience. We have chosen styles of music that we believe appeal to our customers, and a volume that is moderately high to
help mask out some of the "other" noises that you may find unpleasant. Please do not complain to the desk clerks - instead use the
CONTACT US page and send an email to us and tell us the date, time and the problem. This helps us determine the needs of the
customer. Music is for the customer, not our employees.

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