Turkish Bath Prices in Istanbul
Last updated on 23 June 2019. 02:17 pm
The Turkish Bath or Hamam is an atmospheric world all its own in the midst of the modern bustling city. Everyone who sets foot in here surrenders to the water in a voluntary form of captivity, for the process of purification of not just the body but also the soul.
For centuries Turkish baths, or hamams (Arabic hammam), have been a popular method of cleansing and relaxing. Today, locals and tourists can find traditional Turkish baths across the city, ranging from the most basic to lavish, luxurious experiences.
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Whatever level is chosen, the principle of the Turkish bath is the same. It begins in a relaxation room that is heated with hot, dry air. Bathers continue to an even hotter room before plunging into cold water. After a full body washes, exfoliation and massage, the experience conclude in a cooling room where guests sit and relax.
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The entrance costs about 40€ (euro), and a massage raises the price to about 75€ (euro). Current prices – 2019.
One of the most indulgent hamam experiences in Istanbul is at the Cemberlitas Hamami. If nothing else, its location, which sits directly between the Blue Mosque and Grand Bazaar, makes it worth seeing. There are 38 washing stalls, and a large, heated stone slab underneath the wide dome is illuminated by glass globes that catch the outside light from all angles. Bathers can choose from self-service bathing to a scrubbing Sultan’s Bath and Indian head massage, aromatherapy or reflexology.
They also have special massages for women; Shiatsu massage, Acupressure massage, and Thai massage. The entrance costs about 40€ (includes exfoliating and washing – classical Ottoman hammam ritual), and a massage raises the price to about 65€.
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Moving up the price scale, the Cağaoğlu Hamam is located in Sultanahmet, was built by Mahmut I in 1741 and has the distinction of being the last hamam constructed during the Ottoman period. The basic treatment only with kese costs 50 euros, the one with kese + 30 minutes massage costs 65 euros. There are also treatments with prolonged massages of 45 minutes and aromatherapy with prices ranging from 75 to 180 euros.
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The basic treatment with kese only costs 40 euros, the one with kese + massage costs 65 euros. They also offer a variety of services for women and men such as Thai Massage and Indian Head Massage.
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The price is 40 euros for treatment with kese and a short massage, the staff is courteous.
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Ayasofya Hurrem Sultan Hamami
Here you will find a truly luxurious environment, a professional level massage, at the entrance they will give you your set of silk towels, soaps and essential oils all made in Anatolia, even the bowls you need for rinsing are gold plated! Obviously, the prices are high, you can choose between 4 different treatments, with prices starting from a minimum of 80 euros for the basic treatment up to a maximum of 160 euros. Special treatments such as aromatherapy and foot reflexology are also possible.
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Kilic Ali Pasa Hamami
High-quality service in a historic and refined environment. Prices in line with the average, the basic treatment with kese costs around 50 euros, if you want to add a complete 50-minute massage you must add another 50 euros.
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It is among the most popular historical hamams of Istanbul for its beautiful architecture; as well as for being in Beyoglu right at the heart of the city. The basic treatment with kese+bubble massage only costs 30 euros, the one with kese + oil massage costs 60 euros.
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Budget-conscious travelers will want to explore the Sifa Hamami in behind the Blue Mosque of the city near Sultanahmet Square. Old and traditional Şifa Hamam prices are quite cheap compared to other bathrooms in Sultanahmet. The price of the Classic Ottoman Rituel consisting of scrub and foam massage is 120 TL. That is approximately 19 euros. If you want to add a 25-minute oil massage to this service, you have to pay 160 TL. That is approximately 25 euros.
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