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Best relax place especially on Friday and Saturday night from 10 pm to 4 am for thoose who love spring water and open air pool with skybar.
This spa is smaller than Gellért or Széchenyi. There is a jacuzzi on the top of the building so you can see the Danube from the jacuzzi.
Its specialty is the old Turkish part and the new wellness with a roof-top jacuzzi.
Also a very good thermal bath. Be aware that there are separate opening hours for women and men and both.
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