Karen11g, perhaps the terminology of "Baths" is bothering you? We went the day after Christmas as a family of 5, in the evening and very much enjoyed the warm, heated pool. Everyone wore swimsuits, we rented 2 Cabanas (think changing room a bit larger than a phone both) and took turns changing. There was plenty of room to hang up our dry clothes and leave our belongings. We rented towels down at the basement level. It was lots of fun, but you should envision more of a very civilized heated swimming pool where people are relaxing and enjoying the water - we didn't see any roughhousing or cannonballing! There may have been a bit of light swimming from spot to spot, but mostly people were standing around in group chatting in chest deep water and bobbing up and down. Because it was very cold, I kept my long hair dry. If you hate to wade or get wet, or never like going to a pool, it may not be for you. but if you enjoy a hot tub or relaxing along the edge of a pool, you may love it. We were not there in the daytime to enjoy every pool and I will admit, it was a bit chilly getting from the pool back to the cabana to change in to our street clothes. In our family, full of swimmers, we very much enjoyed it. Perhaps we loved seeing the Nutcracker at the Opera even more. If you have limited time, you will certainly want to pick your favorite types of activities.