Are COVID restrictions and vaccine requirements still in effect?
Vaccine checking is no longer required.
Masks are also no longer required, but you are of course welcome to wear one if you like.
Oasis is always cleaning and used COVID approved cleaners even prior to COVID.
Those strict cleaning regimens remain in place.
Oasis Pricing - How Much Does It Cost To Visit Oasis?
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Pricing includes HST.
Prices include towel and locker service and membership for the day.
We accept cash and all major credit cards. Alcohol and drinks are extra.
I’m driving, where can I park?
There are a variety of safe and well lit parking options near Oasis. Click here for addresses and a map with details of pay parking options to use when visiting Oasis.
How Can I Meet Someone To Go To The Club With?
The Oasis online community is a great way to meet other Oasis lovers, whether for some online fun or to meet up with in person at the club.
For details visit our Events page to get started.
What is the dress code?
That is one of our most frequently asked questions. Oasis Aqualounge offers a clothing-optional experience but like everything at the club, it is at your own comfort level. No one is required to be naked or remain naked. You will be provided with a locker to store your belongings so you may bring outfits, swimwear, lingerie-whatever tickles your fancy! Our guests rock a variety of looks. If suntanning/swimming in the buff is not right for you, feel free to bring your swimsuit. Or, we sell a variety of sexy swimwear in our Oasis Aquashop.
If you are planning for a weekend evening out, club wear or sexy lingerie are both common choices. Some events are themed so refer to our website for ideas and inspiration. Customers who enjoy the Oasis dungeon or special fetish events love to bring their fetish outfits.
Oasis is a body-positive establishment, meaning all shapes and sizes are welcome and admired. Our most important goal is that you feel comfortable and sexy during your visit, so wear (or don’t wear) what makes you feel amazing. Enjoy the freedom to express your own individuality.
We’ve written an entire blog on ‘What to wear to Oasis’. Click HERE to read it.
How can I become an Oasis Insider?
Looking to stay up to date on all things Oasis, such as where our Aquaflirt team will be, what exciting events are coming up at the club and what’ fun and sexy taking place in Toronto?
Oasis has a great email newsletter that gives you all that information plus links to great articles about sex from other publications.
Join over 30,000 people who receive our weekly event updates by email.
Sign up below or sign up on your first visit to the club. Of course, you can unsubscribe at any time with one click.
We don’t require your name, just a valid email address (we suggest a personal email as opposed to a work one).
We also issue some event specific emails for those interested in our niche events like our Tuesday events or our Weekend couples and women only events.
Where can we leave our things?
We have a co-ed locker room and lockers are available at no charge. You can use our complimentary locks with waterproof key chain, or we have a limited number of lockers with no lock, so you can bring your own–whatever you prefer.
Note that personal locks left on after closing will be cut off. For our busiest events, we occasionally run out of available lockers. We can hold belongings in our coat check in those situations.
What should I bring with me?
Your ID, of course. Just like all Ontario bars, everyone needs to have their ID with them to confirm they are over 19 and if you’d like to start a tab at our bar.
For enjoying the outside pool and deck, we suggest sunglasses, and sunscreen, although we sell Oasis branded sunglasses if you forget. Some guests like to wear flip flops and a robe while walking around the club (or for going out front to our smoking area–for your convenience, Oasis sells flip flops and robes in our store and we make available some complimentary loaner robes (our smoking jackets) for your temporary use). Oasis also has outside overhead heaters in the smoking area and leading to the pool for winter swimming and colder nights. We do work hard to ensure the club’s temperature is comfortable for nudity year round.
Our Dungeon is equipped with a swing, St. Andrew’s Cross and other dungeon furniture, but for hygienic reasons, you are invited to bring your own ‘toys’ like floggers, restraints, etc. for use with your partner.
It’s also important to know what NOT to bring to Oasis. Please don’t bring any outside drinks or liquids with you to Oasis. Also don’t bring anything glass or breakable, as we can’t have glass around our pool and hot tub. All Oasis cups are plastic, for everyone’s safety. This includes any smoking paraphernalia, glass dildos, etc. due to the risk of the glass breaking. Many guests walk around in bare feet by the pool and in the spa area, so we have a no glass policy to ensure everyone is safe and comfortable during their visit.
Can I purchase food and drinks at the club?
Since COVID restrictions came into place, we are no longer able to provide complimentary communal bar snacks.
Our staff are happy to provide take-out menus from local restaurants and place orders for you or we accept uber eats orders arranged through our staff, so you can stay naked by the pool. We offer complimentary still water from our water fountains on the first and third floors.
You can purchase alcohol, soft drinks and non-alcoholic beverages. As with all licensed bars in Ontario, you may NOT bring in outside drinks or alcohol to the club.
Below is a copy of our current cocktail menu. As required by regulations, we include the quantity of alcohol you will find in each drink listed in brackets after the cocktail name. All prices include the HST for your convenience:
Is the pool heated?
Yes, we keep the pool nice and warm, 100 degrees in winter, cooler in the hot weather–always a temperature appropriate for leisurely enjoying the water year round.
You’ll love the warmth under the cool night air. The pool is open year round and offers a great place to heat things up.
What do you sell in your store?
The Oasis store, call the Aquashop, has a wide variety of items available online and a more limited selection available at the club. We offers items appropriate for the season and items you’ll see in use around the club. That includes baseball hats, sunglasses, flip flops, robes, bikinis, and cute Oasis booty shorts and tank tops. Every time you slip on your Oasis branded merchandise, you’ll remember the fun you had at Oasis!
We also sell squirting blankets just like the ones you’ll find in use during our sybian rides.
We offer additional branded merchandise at our online store, visit the Oasis AquaShop, where our Oasis branded items extend to club dresses, yoga pants, cell phone covers and more. With such a large online collection, please note that not all items available online are stocked in the club.
What kind of music do you play?
Our music is intended to set the mood in the background, without overwhelming your senses. Our guests tend to be over thirty, and our music reflects that. But we welcome requests.
Throughout the day we play lounge music throughout the bar and play areas (different music in the different spaces) and upbeat music by the pool.
We like to keep the sauna and hot tub spa area quiet so you can enjoy the serenity, talk and reconnect.
Occasionally we will have a DJ, on other nights, our staff enjoy the opportunity to share their favourite play lists.
Do you offer private facility rentals?
If you wish to rent the venue or our dungeon for a private photo or video shoot or for your group during hours we are not open to guests, we invite you to contact us to discuss rates and availability. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
We do have groups that request an area for their group for a limited time period during our regular business hours. We can discuss options based on your group size and when you are looking to come. Just email us for details.
What are people like?
Oasis Aqualounge attracts guests who are open-minded, curious and adventurous. Couples who attend Oasis are usually interested in exploring new ways to spice up their relationship. Solos are often looking for chance encounters or to find an ongoing compatible play partner.
The average age of our guests is between 30 and 55, but anyone 19 and over is welcome.
Friday and Saturday nights are exclusively for women and couples, who often arrive dressed up following dinner out.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays welcome solo men, women and couples, with themes and events to suit that audience.
Feel free to dress or undress to impress!
Can we get to Oasis by subway (TTC)?
Oasis is a short walk from the College Subway Station (on TTC Line 1). Just walk east past the old Maple Leaf Gardens (now Loblaw and Ryerson Mattamy Athletic Centre) until you get to Mutual Street. We are the big historic Mansion on the south east corner with a fence around the front yard (our smoking area)–you can’t miss us.
Our entrance is on the Mutual Street side of the building. You can also take the street car east along Carlton to Mutual street if you prefer not to walk. Click here for information on taking the TTC .
Send us your clients - Professional Outreach at Oasis
Are you a professional marriage or relationship counselor, psychologist, therapist, sexologist or related professional who help woman and couples enhance their sexual relationship?
Oasis holds periodic professional outreach sessions where we welcome the opportunity to engage with professionals to help them understand what Oasis has to offer. One of our key goals is to help couples enhance their relationship and to give women an inviting and supportive space to develop and express their sexuality.
If you are interested in attending such an event, email us at email@example.com for information.
What’s the history of the beautiful mansion that Oasis calls home?
We wrote an entire blog about what we know about the 9,000 square foot historic mansion that is now Oasis Aqualounge. To read it, CLICK HERE
What is the Oasis policy for people with disabilities?
Oasis welcomes persons with disabilities and is committed to providing accessible customer service. Unfortunately the registered Heritage building Oasis calls home, is not currently wheelchair accessible, but we are happy to talk with those unable to navigate the steps to get inside about options for visiting by talking with you outside our main entrance off Mutual Street during daylight hours. We do permit support persons at a reduced rate and that rate will depend on the date and gender of the support person as our rates vary for the different events. We welcome registered service animals in the facility.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a full list of our accessibility policies and for support person rates for the event you would like to attend. Alternatively you may write us at 231 Mutual Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2B4. For verbal service, please call the club at (416) 599-7665 and ask to speak to a Manager to discuss our disability policies. Oasis is an inclusive facility for anyone 19+ and we hope to see you soon.
What is the policy and admission for those who identify as Transgender?
Oasis Aqualounge is an inclusive facility, welcoming of all orientations and gender identities. The admission fee for trans folks is exactly the same as the admission for cis gender women. We provide the lowest and most accommodating fee because we understand that trans folks are often marginalized and need a space and supportive place to express their sexuality. Unlike cis gender men, trans folks may attend Oasis either alone or as a couple. While we are committed to maintaining an inclusive environment, for the comfort of all guests, if the door staff perceives a Non-Binary identifying guest as masculine, they may be subject to the same entry limitations as a cis man.
Customer Service Staff will ask how a trans guest identifies in order to charge them the right admission fee.
No one at Oasis Aqualounge, either staff or guest, shall refer to a trans person using transphobic words or make anti-transgender slurs.
No one at Oasis Aqualounge, either staff or guest, shall put a Trans guest on the spot by asking for their ‘real’ name.
Staff shall ask the Trans guest, “What are your preferred pronouns?” Customer Service Staff or host at the pay station shall apologize if they use the incorrect pronoun to describe/speak to someone in the trans community.
If anyone at Oasis behaves maliciously towards a trans guest, the person who behaved maliciously will be reprimanded, ejected or banned by management. Please be sure to advise staff if other guests are not treating you with respect.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
Can I rent the Sybian for a private session?
We have offered private sessions with the Sybian upon request. You must book a time in advance and prepay for your session. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
What’s the Oasis policy on Cannabis use?
On October 17, 2018, the Canadian federal government legalized the recreational use of cannabis. Despite the legalization, very little information was released regarding the rules around the use of cannabis on business premises. As we’re sure you will all appreciate, the Oasis management has taken some time to review the legislation as well as reach out to our local police division to establish the legality of allowing cannabis use in our smoking area.
As a result of these inquiries, we are pleased to announce that going forward, guests will be permitted to use cannabis in our smoking area.
We respectfully ask that guests adhere to the following rules when using cannabis:
- The preparation, grinding and rolling of cannabis is only permitted in the smoking area. Please do not prepare cannabis anywhere else on oasis property.
- Cannabis may only be used in the smoking area. The same rules apply to cannabis as tobacco, meaning consumption of cannabis on the pool deck is not allowed. This includes cannabis vaporizers.
- Glass items are not allowed inside the club due to our pool and hot tub. This rule extends to glass pipes for cannabis use.
Finally, please enjoy cannabis like alcohol responsibly, knowing we have water features. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please direct these to email@example.com
When is Sapphic Aquatica / women and trans events returning to Oasis?
Prior to the pandemic, Oasis used to put on Sapphic Aquatica, an event for women and trans people, where cis men were forbidden to attend. We have received many enquiries from people since we reopened, asking if, and when, we are going to put the event on again. There are two key issues that make us unable to present Sapphic at the present time.
The first issue is financial. Oasis is a business, we try and do things that will make money, and also be a positive offering to a community. Over time, we drop off events that are not financially successful, and try and create new events that will be successful. Unfortunately, Sapphic has always been literally our worst event from a financial standpoint. We have found that cis men are the only people who are willing to pay $100 or more to attend Oasis. We were never able to charge more than about $30 for admission to Sapphic, which meant that it was never able to even cover it’s costs. We did not cancel it in the past, because we felt that the service to the community was worth it, to justify us having to subsidize it. But unfortunately, the pandemic was financially devastating for us. We were fully closed for over a year, and open on and off with severe restrictions for another year. The Oasis owners have had to put in considerable personal money, just to keep the business afloat. So we are no longer in a position to heavily subsidize Sapphic, as we did in the past.
The second issue is organizational. In the past, Sapphic was organized and promoted by Fatima Mechtab, who is a partner at Oasis, and deeply involved with the queer community in Toronto. Fatima was uniquely positioned with credibility within the community, and also trusted within Oasis. Sapphic could not have existed without all the work and commitment that Fatima put into it. Fatima is still at Oasis, on a full-time basis, but she has since taken on other projects and due to time constraints and personal commitments, she is no longer able to host this event. And without her, we do not have anyone within our group of key people, who would be credible to the Sapphic community. And without that, it just would not work.
Given these two significant issues, and some lesser issues, we are not able to consider presenting Sapphic at this time. It is possible that when we get back on our feet financially, and somehow discover an appropriate person, we could consider presenting it again. But at this point, we think the best way forward for Sapphic at Oasis might be a rental. In this scenario, a group rents the Oasis space from us, and presents their own event, with their own rules. We staff it, and operate the bar, the renter collects admission fees, and pays us rent. This ensures us of a financially tolerable outcome, and frees us from having to worry about promoting the event, navigating who can or can not attend, etc. Sapphic at Oasis actually originally started this way, as Pleasure Palace, which was an outside event held at Oasis. When the promoter of Pleasure Palace had had enough, we started holding a similar event, presented by Oasis. At this point, it seems like returning to the outside promotor model would be most feasible for us. We are presently having informal discussions with a few groups, to see if they might want to try this. We would be happy to discuss it with anyone who thinks they might like to take this on.
Our statement on racism
Our mission at Oasis is to create a safe space for sexual empowerment. We do not tolerate racism and are committed to fostering a culture where everyone feels they belong.
We feel it is important to acknowledge that racial injustice continues today in Canada. As an anti-racist organization, we vow to challenge ourselves to understand any implicit biases and correct any inequities we discover in our organization.
We are always open to hearing your suggestions, comments, or concerns about racism at Oasis.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any feedback for us.
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