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Titus Thermen, Frankfurt

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  • My girlfriend and I are regular sauna-goers and until now have always been in the nearby Rebstockbad (very nice and absolutely recommended) in the sauna. However, I came up with the idea to go to the Titus Therme this time. One of the worst decisions in a long time. Admission was 15€ (reduced) for 3 hours thermal bath plus sauna. The impression was rather bad even when going into the locker room. Wheelchairs, a scale like the doctor's and pale sterile-looking walls were more reminiscent of an infirmary than a sauna area. In the locker room, countless lockers were broken and there was no sign of a shower near the locker room. The tapes of the locker keys were shredded and did not hold on to the arm. Pretty skeptical we went to the 2nd of 3 floors of this sauna. The spiral staircase was very heavily polluted. We were then greeted on the floor by a large cold water basin, which, as sad as it is, was the main attraction of the visit. The decoration of the floor was loveless and kitschy. The corridors there were winding and you could only find the suns with vieeeel effort without getting lost. The first sauna we visited should have 85°C. Inside we found that the thermostat was broken and it was actually 100°C. There is joy... The ceiling panels were broken and chipped and full of dark sweat stains. Really nice rancid and savvy. The cold water buckets were pisswarm and the plugs of the foot basins were either missing or were completely calcified or broken. The snow chamber was also out of service. On the 3rd floor, a roof terrace, we went into a steam bath very frustrated. On the way there we fell on the oily smeared walls and an indefinable mixture of dust and mould could be seen in the lamps. delicious! Our stay in the steam bath was short-lived. There were no water hoses there also no steam... Already in the clear knowledge that we will never put a foot in there again we went to the "Limes Sauna" it was completely made of dark oak and very large. We were exposed to a multitude of sweat-written texts on the walls and sweat-bleached backrests. The seats were unsustainably hot so it was impossible to lie down. Again, there was no sign of relaxation. Who wonders? After leaving this sauna we decided to search again on the ground floor where the saunas should be. We found it in a hidden corner behind the bistro area. An inconspicuous glass door with a cardboard lid with the inscription "Sauna: First Floor". Professionals were probably at work here. This was also confirmed when a second glass door was revealed behind the glass door. I had to smile briefly with my girlfriend about the futility. The suns there were fine but we were absolutely no longer in the mood to relax. In the steam bath of the 1st floor it stank biting and unpleasantly intrusive after some herbs reminiscent of doctor's office, so that we were also there quickly again outside. We then decided to go back to the cold water pool and then leave for the Titus thermal baths. We were there for 3 paid hours less than 2 hours. Conclusion: an absolute naughtiness and the worst sauna in which I have ever been, as did my girlfriend. Anyone who values hygiene, relaxation, a beautiful ambience and functioning saunas and steam baths is absolutely wrong here.
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  • I am a big fan of the European thermal spas, eg Carolus Thermen in Aachen, Claudius Therme in Cologne, Aquadome in Austria to name a few. And when I saw the name "Titus Thermen" I assumed because of t...  more »
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  • Great Value for Money if you combine Pool and Sauna. Certainly no High End Spa experience but solid and reasonably priced
  • Okayish atmosphere. It's clean. Staff is not really customer oriented.
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