When this place opened up a few years back, I really loved it. There was a live DJ by the pool playing tunes underwater, it was quite, nice and relaxing. Back then it was already expensive, but worth the money.
This has definitely changed. Instead of a DJ, mostly uninspiring music comes from a computer, it is often super crowded, making especially the floating pool a non-relaxing experience.
Loungers are often not available and even if they are, they stand right in the middle of the entrance hall, making the thing not really relaxing.
There is one good sauna which has good hourly infusions, but this gets crowded very fast. Over 20 E/hour for that is far too expensive.
My biggest problem however is with many of the visitors who seem either to be blissfully unaware of the etiquette in such places or are ignoring it by intention. This is sort of ruining the place. Saunas in Germany are normally a no-clothes places, i.e. if you as a tourist want to visit, you are more than welcome, but please take of your swimming suit. Esp. for women it's a bit strange to be completely naked, while a group of dressed guys sits next them.
And: during the hourly sauna ritual (Aufguss/infusion), do not open the door of the sauna. You may leave the sauna, if you are inside and you are feeling that you cannot bear it anymore and it is really sort of an emergency. But do not open the door from the outside, just wait a few minutes, please!!
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