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Kathy wrote a review May 2020
573 contributions33 helpful votes
We visited the Blue Baths while touring the Government Gardens in Rotorua. The building surrounding the pools is a prominent feature in the gardens, with it's lovely Spanish mission-style exterior and art deco arches. The beautiful blue pools contain geothermally heated water. At the time we visited, the pools were open for public bathing from 10 to 6 daily for $11 per person.…
Date of experience: January 2020
Nzlass wrote a review Dec 2019
Rotorua District, New Zealand142 contributions31 helpful votes
Wow wow wow get a ticket and don't miss It!!!! What more can I say. Amazing talented performers Fabulous meal, great drinks, beautiful venue, and loads of laughs with family
Date of experience: December 2019
42golf56_9 wrote a review Dec 2019
Coatesville, Pennsylvania367 contributions92 helpful votes
We went swimming her on 2 afternoons after our main activities of the day. The water is beautiful and the pools are tiled, quaint, and look like 1930. The bathhouse is mind blowing ancient facility that still works! The admission was only 11$NZD per person, bring your own towel.
Date of experience: November 2019
Mr T wrote a review Oct 2019
Auckland, New Zealand22 contributions5 helpful votes
The Blue Baths was the location of our annual works conference and what a fantastic place it was. The history of the place makes it really special and having dinner in, or should I say on the indoor swimming pool, was quite intriguing.
Date of experience: October 2019
LondonAmaryl-lis wrote a review May 2019
London, United Kingdom78 contributions71 helpful votes
This was a special place to have a swim - very atmospheric, very quiet and very cheap! You can just visit the place, but why not enjoy the pool?
Date of experience: March 2019