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Gellert Spa

Kelenhegyi ut 4, Budapest 1118, Hungary
+36 1 466 6166
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Located in the Gellert Hotel, these grand, early 20th-century thermal baths are surrounded by mosaic-covered terraces and marble balconies.
  • Excellent30%
  • Very good37%
  • Average19%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible6%
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“wave pool” (226 reviews)
“thermal baths” (366 reviews)
“wave machine” (86 reviews)
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Hours Today: 06:00 - 20:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Kelenhegyi ut 4, Budapest 1118, Hungary
Gellert Hill
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+36 1 466 6166
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

These are special baths, unfortunately a bit specialist! You pay 5400huf for a day. You need to buy a swimming cap to enter a specials pool. The changing rooms are also extra. And.. No towels are provided ( there extra too). However, the place is...More

Thank jamesjsk
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a relaxing visit to the baths. We paid for a cabin, so we had somewhere to leave our things. The decorated ceilings and sense of history were worth the visit alone.

Thank Laurbeetle
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

On a super hot day, Gellert Spa is a great option in Budapest. The complex is a mix of thermal baths, indoor and outdoor pools, steam rooms, saunas and a sun terrace. The whole place as a lot of traditional character and is great to...More

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Reviewed yesterday

Very rude the recepcionist, the place is small, is a disaster if you compare with Szechenyi baths. A total waste of money and time!

Thank hgrojas82
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited early morning - 8 am. It's worth a visit if you've never been but don't expect a whole lot. The wave pool is the best. Crowds nowhere as bad as the other one (Sechenyi). We preferred this one. Don't need more than 2-3...More

Thank sinusdoc99
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were worried that it would be dirty and somehow unwelcoming... But, it was a awe-inspiring historical building that was pretty clean and comfortable. Frankly, the thermal baths were not packed with raucous and sweaty people like I was worried about... Nice and polite people...More

Thank Slipless71
Reviewed 2 days ago

Booked the private bath option at 90 euros for 3 hours. Old Soviet era fixtures. Bottle of " champange" which was Hungarian sparkling wine. A fruit basket which has been in and out of the refrigerator more often than last week's milk. The banana was...More

Thank MacBritishColumbia
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had booked a private bath and the experience was way ahead of expectations. We had our own bath that was very clean and well maintained. The staff were very helpful and polite and made us feel very relaxed.

Thank Alex T
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Really is a must do in Budapest. Some things you should probably know that we wish had known: 1) take a bottle in, you can fill it up at points 2) you could food in subtly and eat it round the pool - others did...More

2  Thank worldwidereview
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We had never been to the baths before, so expectations were non-existent. At the desk, we paid 11,000Ft for 2 all day entries with cabins; a bit expensive, but it is in a world famous hotel, so we were ok with paying for the experience....More

Thank Thomas M
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knk12345
Hi what's the difference between a cabin and a locker ?
29 May 2017|
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Response from nat68565 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure of cabin but the locker is sufficient as there are changing rooms for privacy if preferred.
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Ekta V
Can 7 year old kid go ?
5 May 2017|
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Response from gertjuhl68 | Reviewed this property |
No problem - enjoy!
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Grace S
Can you get in the grounds of the Gellert spa's, to take photos of the outside swimming pool, without actually going in? Thanks
23 April 2017|
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Response from ssfw123 | Reviewed this property |
No, you have to pay entrance fee first
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