Climb the front steps and enter the Bains Guerbois. This is Paris, 1885.
Les Bains Guerbois quickly became the Parisian temple of well-being and beauty. The building is an architectural work of art conceived by the architect Eugène Ewald (architect of the Parisian Prefecture de Police, in front of Notre Dame, or St François de Salles Church).
The newly opened temple of well-being and beauty emanates fragrances of flowers, plants and herbs. The scent of an evocative concoction blending bergamot, jasmin, rosemary and mandarin wafts from the Turkish and Russian baths.