The Harrogate Turkish Baths in Yorkshire used to belong to the Royal Baths Assembly Rooms (Royal Baths Assembly Rooms), which provided services including hydrotherapy, mud baths and medicinal baths. This Turkish bath opened its doors in 1897 and has experienced ups and downs during the period, and even survived the closure of 1969 when the luxurious balneotherapy club was used as a medical center. The unique architecture of this bathhouse allows people to escape from reality temporarily. The style of Harrogate Baths is derived from the Middle East and Arab baths, and the Arab baths are derived from the ancient Roman baths. Therefore, in the present-day Britain, only here can one experience the life of the ancient Romans 2000 years ago. Visitors can follow the bathing method of the ancient Romans and use the 10-meter bath and 3 interconnected hot air chambers in sequence. Then, enter the cold water bathroom to let the body cool down. This bathhouse spent 1 million yuan to renovate, they retained and replaced the gorgeous ceramic tiles, recreating the high-end luxury atmosphere of late Victorian. Lynne Mee has been in the bath for 15 years, and she is obviously fascinated by it. "Its beauty is always amazing. We are really lucky to be in Harrogate. Here you can really go back to the time in the past, and you can also enjoy the best modern spa." Miy said . The renovation of the baths also taught them an important lesson: if historic buildings are carefully maintained and used to their potential, they can survive and flourish in a constantly changing world.
With its beautifully tiled Turkish bathroom, open in 1897, you can experience the old steam room.
Turkish bath. Think about the people in the world who know the joy of bathing most, probably the Turks and Chinese. The colleagues in the same industry are gearing up to enjoy the best Turkish bath. I checked the travel book and found a 300-year-old Turkish bath that now specializes in dealing with foreign tourists. The New York Times once listed it as one of the 1,000 must-see places before death.
The bath is quite big, the environment is also very good, the service is good