Beautiful and interesting old art nouveau building. These baths are magnificent and well worth a visit but it's expensive at roughly £15 each and staff are unhelpful at best so read the reviews so you don't need to rely on them.
Book in advance at your hotel and pay the extra for a cabin (cubicle). Take your own flip flops, towel (your hotel will lend you one) and swimming cap (even men need to wear cap in main pool). The entrance to the baths is on the right hand side of the building. When entering, the 'help desk' for pre booked tickets is immediately on your left before going through the swing doors. You will be given a wrist band which will get you through the turnstile and lock your cubicle. Go through the 2 sets of swing doors and the entrance to baths is on your right after the ticket and 'information' desks. Follow stairs down to cubicles. Main pool and spa is immediately on your right as you reach cubicle area. Outdoor wave pool, spa and sauna are further along on your left. There are maps of the baths on the walls but it can still be confusing. Take your towel with you to pools. Showers are through the door to wave pool, in the toilets at top of stairs to lockers, outside next to wave pool and next to main pool too - take your pick. To lock lockers push in button on door with disc on wrist band and hold until it clicks. Same to unlock. I imagine its the same for cabins which I advise you get unless you're happy to change in front of everyone. Wave pool is great fun. Lifeguard will let you know when it's due to start. Baths are open until 8pm - make sure you get your money's worth. Massages available at extra cost.
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