This art-deco building with a Spanish touch was once the most happening spot in Rotorua. The hang-out place of the rich and famous; it still stands tall and elegant evoking the glamor of yesteryears. It functions more like an entertainment center now, with a museum, conference room, function rooms, and a tea room. The pool is still functional, and a dip in the ‘Liquid Lights’ is highly recommended, as the mineral rich waters are said to have healing and rejuvenating qualities. The Blue Baths also hosts shows featuring dazzling costumes, enthralling songs and energetic dances.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Blue Baths
- The entry to the bath house is free on a museum ticket, however you have to pay a small for using the baths – Adults: $11; Children 4-13 years: $6; Children under 4: Free.
How to Reach The Blue Baths
- The Blue Baths is situated in the city center and easily accessible by taxis and bus.
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- The Kurious Kiwi Restaurant and Bar
- Lime Cafeteria
- Millennium Hotel Rotorua
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7.53% of people who visit Rotorua include The Blue Baths in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
45.83% of people start their The Blue Baths visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Blue Baths
82.76% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Blue Baths