Bosses have been in consultation with local authorities to safely reopen the club to give them somewhere to go on Friday and Saturday nights “regardless” of interests.
Xtasia Swingers and Fetish Club, located on the High Street in West Bromwich, Birmingham, will open up for punters next weekend.
Xtasia boasts sex swings, dungeons, dogging hotspots and bondage equipment, but playrooms will be closed when it reopens on the High Street in West Bromwich, Birmingham
The venue is known for promiscuity, but it has implemented new guidelines asking people to refrain from interaction of a “sexual nature” between guests, BirminghamLive reports.
A swingers hotel in the UK has banned sex ahead of its opening on July 4th, rebranding itself as a “non-sexual bar and hotel” with secure coronavirus social distancing guidelines.
It was featured as one of the best places to stay in January, and features sex swings, dungeons, dogging hotspots and bondage equipment.
An Xtasia spokesman said: “We are a social club only and are following Government guidance.”
“Initially we can all only attend to meet socially, and no sexual activity is permitted, however over time as restrictions relax we aim to allow play to occur within a household group, and then eventually return to normal.”
In an update on its website, Xtasia said: “Our aim is to create a large social venue, where social distancing can be observed between members who are interested in swinging and fetish activities,” it adds.
“No sexual encounters are permitted between members. Every area within the club has a social distancing ‘maximum number’ clearly displayed at the entrance to it, no more than that number should be inside at any moment in time.”
“We will be sticking to two-metres for the time being as we have the room to do this, and it makes it safer for you and our staff.
“On the website, the club said it could keep the two-metre social distancing policy unless people are members of the same household.
Xtasia said it will also be involved in the Government’s Test and Trace programme in case of a coronavirus outbreak.
It said it will be discreet when contacting members when “your play friend isn’t your partner,” but will be asking for ID.
“We will be changing our T&C’s to allow us as a club to contact you should it turn out you might be infected.
The club said: “If we as a club contact you with a potential Covid outbreak, you need to be able to tell us who you were in close proximity to during the evening.
“If you need to be discreet, ie your play friend isn’t your partner, etc. let us know so we can be extra careful with contacting.”
“We would ask anyone who visits the club, and then contracts Covid within seven days to please contact us immediately so we in turn can contact other club attendees.