This privately held, undeservedly neglected spa has never really been in the spotlight of the spa propaganda: the national literature on balneology and the spa journals only offer brief description of Lévárt or it does not mention it at all. The turn of the century had not brought significant improvement either, as less and less patients and only short-time vacationers had been looking for a cure in the spa. It started to show promising development only after 1910, but the recovery did not last long. Lévárt had preserved its regional character in the years between the two world wars too. The temperature of the water, its favourable chemical composition and the healing climate indicate again that extraordinary potentials had been wasted. The spa ceased to operate in the 1970s due to nationalization, and today it is left to decay in a desolated state with its beautiful, Swiss-style carved buildings, similarly to the spa of Várgede.