Lukacs Baths

Lukacs Baths

Address: Budapest, Frankel Leó út 25-29, 1023 Hungary

Reviews

Lea Lukacs
4.4
Lea Lukacs

Nice baths but very hard to find your way inside. Reception area for the saunas were always empty whenever we were there hoping to purchase a ticket to this special sauna event. There is no place to refill your water bottle, asked at the cafe and they refused saying that the water for the tap is not for human consumption, recommended me to buy a plastic bottle of water instead. No vegetarian or vegan options either. I would highly recommend the management to start championing more environmental friendly ways of running a business.

e.e. iuga
4.4
e.e. iuga

Tip: get the sauna ticket, less crowded on that side. It includes access to a herbal steam room, salt sauna, Finnish and infra sauna, as well as a (mixed) naturist one. The baths are indeed labyrinth-like, large premises, the place is a mix of renovated and dated, very popular with local elderly. If you like steam rooms, the common steam room next to the indoor hot water pools is a strong experience!

milile Sikhosana
4.4
milile Sikhosana

A must to visit while you're in Budapest. Male janitor very helpful, the female was abrupt. There are nice small touches like the small drier to dry your towel and swimwear. Do not be alarmed by sharing change rooms with the opposite gender

Elizabeth Reese
4.4
Elizabeth Reese

It is impossible to navigate this place. Not much written in English so I didn't have much idea of what was going on (it is not their local language, but it was still difficult to find the hot thermal pools and lockers without Google Translate. I wasn't terribly impressed with the place either. Very loud at night, but it is co-ed every day so that's good for us women who want to soak on more days than Fri/Sat/Tue

Zsofia Corfmat
4.4
Zsofia Corfmat

One of the smaller. historic thermal spas of Budapest. Can get crowded on weekends, aim for weekdays or mornings if possible. At the entrance they are not too helpful, you need to discover it yourself but signs in English are all over the walls. Pools are only outside, inside you find the saunas and relaxation areas. Hungarians who go there talk quite a lot, so full relaxation might be harder. Not suited for kids, though they are allowed to use the pools. Not enough resting beds and chairs, old showers, but you can feel the history around.

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