We visited this pool twice during our five day stay in July 2012 as it was so hot and we wanted a place to cool off. Although there are clearly a mix of nationalities at the pool it feels more like a place for locals to visit rather than being too touristy. There are a couple of warm pools, the thermal one being nice and hot, together with a number of cooler pools. Both of our visits were in the afternoon and it was quite empty on both occasions. There are also a number of water slides and a wave pool which would be great for kids.
The changing rooms can be a bit confusing as there aren't any signs indicating which way to go. On our first visit it was women on the left, men on the right, but on our second visit both men and women were on the left. Apparently this is because they were busy the first time so opened the second block. However, the staff are helpful and were happy to point us to the right place. The locker system works well and you can pay for this when you pay to enter. On our visit it was 2400huf before 4pm, or I think 1700huf after, including locker. The locker rooms are staffed and they open and close your locker for you.
If it's hot I would recommend a visit here, especially as you can combine it with a wander around Margaret Island. We walked here from the entrance to the island and it was about a 20minute walk. Although it doesn't have the decor or buildings of the thermal spas in town it does have a real air of slightly faded eastern european glamour about it and is a fun outing.
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