The history of these baths begins way back in the Ottoman occupation period, that ruled Hungary from the 15th century. The hot water springs existed here long before that. After the construction external pools were also added. The baths as they are now only opened in 1908. The current facilities are of course convenient and modern, according to today's standards.
Between the marble columns and the turquoise mosaics, there are a variety of internal and external pools. There are 5 hot water pools, in different temperatures, and 9 additional medicinal pools. 3 external pools also include a children's pool, wave pool, and a few thermo-mineral pools, with hot water from the thermal underground water springs, between the temperatures 26-38 degrees, coming from the nearby Gellért Hill.
In the thermal baths there is also a sauna and bathrooms for an additional fee, including massages, water therapy, mud treatments, a beauty parlor, and more.
Bring swim caps with you - it is a must for the big swimming pool.
You can enter the Bath up to an hour before closing.
The bathing is for both men and women.
Hotel guests enter the thermal bath for free.