These famous baths are located in the venerable Gellert Hotel, a Budapest landmark built between 1912 and 1918. The interior is an Art Deco masterpiece, and the complex houses everything from hot and cold baths to a bubble pool. The thermal baths source their water from the mineral hot springs found within Gellert Hill. Early records of these springs and their healing properties trace all the way back to 13th century, as well as the 16th and 17th centuries when they were used by the Turkish. Bathing at the Gellert Baths has been said to be like swimming in a museum or church, and visitors can enjoy everything from foot massages to mud baths while rejuvenating at the renowned spa.