The Dandár is a homely bath in a 9th District side street. The building with a brick façade that exhibits signs of art deco was built in 1930 and designed by Ferenc K. Császár.
Inside, there is medicinal water, a new sauna, an ice machine, a steam room, a plunge pool, massage services, and in the small park outside there are two leisure pools with recirculation, neck shower, and back and wrist jets. The latter has some of the chessboards well-known from the Széchenyi Baths. Friendly prices. The cafeteria serves Unicum, manufactured in the neighboring building. It can be a good idea to visit the bath and the Zwack Museum next door in one go.