We were really keen to visit one of the baths and thought the buildings at this one were stunning so decided to go here. It's not the cheapest (although by no means expensive!) but was worth every penny. We were welcomed by a friendly guide who helped us to understand the "menu" and advised us that we only needed one changing booth even though there were 3 of us and a pushchair. We didn't feel remotely like we were being encouraged to up-grade to extra, unnecessary purchases.
The baths were really great and we spent a few very relaxing hours there, mostly outside but also at a couple of the baths inside (this wasn't so easy with our 10 month old daughter).
The only tricky we found was with the towels. You had to pay a very hefty deposit for a real towel, and about one third for a "sheet" which is exactly what it sounds like....a sheet! Fine for the summer I guess, but we were there in minus temperatures, and once it was wet, it just got cold and frozen! I'd recommend taking plenty of cash to upgrade to a towel (you have to go downstairs to collect the towels, seemingly once you are ready to hit the pools, so you might be reluctant to carry so much with you, which was our issue...but you can just pop back to your locker/booth and lock away any extra you don't need).
Highly recommend this place - all three of us had a great time, if somewhat surreal sitting in steaming pools with minus degrees as soon as you stepped out!
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