It was founded in the early 1920s by József Dvorszky in Kert Street, at the corner of today’s Semmelweis and Türr Streets. The designer and builder of the facility, built with an investment of 400 million crowns, was József Treiber, a master builder from Barcs.
The villa-like building, furnished with all the comforts of the age, had a bathtub and a steam bath in 6 cabins. Steam and hot water were provided by a Stréber-type boiler. The mechanical equipment was installed by József Fehér, the carpentry work was done by the local master Károly Láminger. After World War II, it operated as a sanitary bath in municipal maintenance until the mid-1960s. After the construction of the waterworks network and the beach, its importance ceased to exist. The building is currently a residential building.