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In 1904 Jugendstil architect Wilhelm Klemming realised a dream about an 'open window to nature' when he designed Centralbadet. Set back from the street in a pretty garden, it has beautiful art nouveau interiors and a fairly inexpensive café. Take a dip in the pool or jacuzzi, experience different types of sauna, have a massage (one-hour Swedish massage costs 550kr) or a treatment (herbal bath costs 300kr). Friendly staff and a delightful air of faded grandeur make it more appealing than fashionable Sturebadet.

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Centralbadet details

Drottninggatan 88,

Area Stockholm

Transport T-bana Hötorget/bus 1, 47, 52, 53.

Telephone 54 52 13 00

Centralbadet website

Open 6am-8pm Mon-Fri; 8am-8pm Sat; 8am-5pm Sun (changing rooms close 9pm daily).

Admission 110kr-150kr. Minimum age women 18; men 23.

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By Johan Larsson - Apr 13 2014

You have to wait to get in even though a previous phone call was made and promise that it is no problem to just drop by, our group was spitted in two therefore.

You have to wear uncomfortable bathing shoes and there is rude signs everywhere telling the guests this and that and you will be thrown out if you not obey.

One can rent bathing clothes but only if you have the body of a model. The personnel shows little concerns to the customers and rather talk to each other about things that should be kept private. The support is terrible and Centralbadet does not see any problems and is ignorant and unwilling in their answers.

There is much better places to have a relaxing afternoon with bath in Stockholm