Entry fee was under €3 per adult(daytime price). Very reasonable price for any city centre- certainly would encourage me to pay another visit.
I was disappointed (only a little) as the descriptions online mention the art deco style of both the interior and exterior of the building. I cannot say that it was so obvious of that style when I saw it with my own eyes, nevertheless, It was a reasonably pretty hall and swimming pool. Nicer/more interesting than many public pools in the UK. Nice mosaic/tiled Fountain, although it wasn't on when we visited. The pool was surprisingly warm- pleasant temperature(I didnt go my usual "whaa!" with shock when I got in). The Balcony gives it a nice touch.
Very ingenious design of the changing cubicles - simple, but clever. Hairdryer on a wall mounted track with adjustable height, showers, and toilets. All good.
Very impressed by the facility of the wellness suite in the corner of the hall. Available is a choice of a herbal jacuzzi bath(there are 4 baths available that accomodate 1 person, max 2 maybe-cosily ? per bath, the infra red cabin (to sooth sore muscles...and I think there was also a sauna cabin. Coins available from reception to operate the facilities... and each treatment is €2.30 - a very reasonable price I thought.
The free lockers are controlled via an electronic system that locks and unlocks them along with your choice of PIN. The digital interactive screen displays commands in a few languages, to suit, which we found very useful. (Although other dutch visitors were more than willing to lend us a hand- that would be unusual in London!) A little confusing being our first visit, but I think we got the jist of it. Most likely to come here again during the course of this, our short holiday.
A stairlift was fitted to the main entrance stairs for the disabled, I'm unsure what other facilities were provided for disabilities- best to ask.
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