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Széchenyi Baths Spa Party

Hey! Looking for a fun time in Budapest?  

You’ll be delighted to know Széchenyi welcomes all party lovers to the most exclusive spa party every Saturday night from 9.30 pm to 2 am. 

Venture into a fun-filled night with DJ music, fire dances, lights, acrobatics, and various other entertainments. 

Cool in the Bath’s soothing waters regulated at 34-38°C with your party tribe.

Embrace the rich Hungarian spa culture as you dance and unwind amidst the grandeur of this historical landmark. 

Learn more about the cabin or locker facility at Széchenyi and discover some interesting facts that will help you decide whether a visit to this iconic thermal spa is worth it.

Attending Széchenyi Bath’s Sparty

Széchenyi Thermal Spa in Budapest turns into a hub of the hottest and liveliest baths in Europe every Saturday night.

You can dive into the ultimate fusion of tradition and modernity with this Sparty ticket that offers various alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages tailored to your tastes.

Whether you fancy dancing the night away or dipping in the relaxing warm waters at midnight, Sparty has something for everyone. 

So grab your swimsuits and get ready for a night you’ll never forget at the Széchenyi Night Spa Party!

Two types of Sparty tickets

Sparty
Image: spartybooking.com

Here are the ticket options for the ultimate late-night spa party at Széchenyi Pools Budapest:

The first is a basic ticket option with a locker facility. 

Enjoy access to the electrifying Sparty event, which includes an entrance to the party and one standard wardrobe-type locker equipped with a secure lock. 

The dimensions of the locker are 120x30x65 cm.

The next ticket is a premium ticket option that elevates the Sparty experience. 

This option includes an entry ticket, four drink coupons, and one locker box (wardrobe type) with a secure lock, ensuring your belongings are safely stored throughout the event.

No matter which ticket option you choose, you’re guaranteed to have a fantastic time at the Széchenyi Pools Budapest Sparty. 

We recommend securing your tickets right away and preparing for an unforgettable night of entertainment.

Note: This party is not suitable for minors.

Ticket with lockers: HUF 25375 (€65)  
Ticket + Lockers + Drinks: HUF 31621 (€81)

Want to know what’s inside Széchenyi baths and gather some tips for your spa day? Let us lend a hand.

The Recup system at Széchenyi

The basic Sparty ticket does not include a drink coupon. 

If you’re planning to purchase drinks over the counter, it will be expensive. 

So we suggest you buy the premium ticket, which includes four drink coupons with a total value of €32 per ticket. Select Your Ticket.

In order to enjoy the drinks at Sparty, you need to purchase a Recup—a novel, non-plastic compostable cup—from the venue. 

The purpose behind this initiative is to stop plastic wastage and help party-goers be more environmentally conscious.

Note: The premium ticket only includes drinks; the recups are not included with your ticket. You’ll have to buy them separately at the venue with cash (no cards are accepted).

The deposit for a Recup is 700 HUF, and when you return the same, you get a partial refund of 350 HUF.

The catch here is that no matter how many cups you buy, you’ll only get a refund for four cups per card. 

Once you return the cups, your refund will be credited to your SpartyPay card. You won’t be reimbursed in cash.

If you want to buy extra drinks, feel free to use this card and get ready for an exhilarating evening that’ll leave you relaxed, and energized.

A little historical touch: In 1994, a group of friends wanted to merge Budapest’s age-old bath traditions with the pulsing beats of electronic dance music. And voila! That’s how the legendary Sparty was born, where the magic unfolds every Saturday night. Twice a year, in August and December, the Grand Budapest Bath Party gets even bigger and better. Cinetrip, the fancy older brother of Sparty, is held at the iconic Széchenyi Baths as they crank up the heat, amp up the visuals with fireworks, and dial up the fun to the max!

The ultimate Sparty adventure awaits you!

Do you know that there is a warm-up party before Sparty?

Yes, this warm-up party begins at 7 pm.

It takes place in the Pavilion Garden which is located next to the entrance of Széchenyi Baths.

If you are a premium ticket holder, join this event for free.

Remember to bring your flip-flops, towels, etc. as they are mandatory; if you forget to bring them, you can either purchase or rent these at the check-in desk for a fee. 

Also, try not to forget to bring your ID like a passport or driving license.

Do not carry any food items into the bath. It is strictly prohibited.

To sum up, whether you’re soaking in the warm waters or dancing poolside, the Sparty at Széchenyi promises an unforgettable fusion of relaxation and celebration from dusk into the wee hours of the morning.

Confused about visiting Széchenyi Baths or Gellert Baths on your Budapest tour? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Plus, take a look at our guide for directions to reach Széchenyi Baths and Palinka Museum.

Sources

# Szechenyibath.com
# Bathsbudapest.com
# Tripadvisor.com
# Wikipedia.org

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