We highly recommend our guests make a reservation. Those without one may have to wait in line. You can quickly make your reservation here.

We recommend making your reservation one week in advance.

Should you have to cancel your reservation, we request that you do so at least 48 hours in advance.

You can make a reservation on our WhatsApp line (+90 212 393 80 10), via email or at our website. 

Your reservation will be cancelled if you are 20 minutes late.

We ask that you inform of us of any changes 48 hours before your reservation. Last-minute changes may be difficult for us to satisfy due to the volume of guests.

Because it takes time to prepare for your treatment, we ask that you arrive 15 minutes ahead of your reservation.

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You can use your card for up to six months.



We keep the card’s code on record in our system, so you can access it by the name of the person who purchased it.


We provide the peshtemal wrap, towels and everything else you will need inside the hammam for your scrub and cleanse. Water and tea are complimentary. A body oil massage is a separate service, and the reservation and pricing are done separately.

Traditional Ottoman bath culture did not include a sauna or pool, and so we do not have these facilities at our hammam.

You’ll spend 15 to 20 minutes relaxing on the hot marble platform, while the scrub takes about 35 to 40 minutes. The total experience is between 1.5 and two hours. 

A massage is not included in the bath but can be purchased separately.

Yes. We recommend that you make a reservation in advance to ensure a spot during your visit.

This depends on the availability inside the bath. We do not recommend bathing right after your massage while your skin is still absorbing the oil. You may use the hammam beforehand, but please allow yourself at least 15 minutes between the bath and the massage. 

Since Kılıç Ali Paşa Hamamı is a single-domed bathhouse, we cannot serve both genders at the same time. Female attendants work during women’s hours and male attendants during men’s. 

In order to maintain a healthy work environment, our employees work regular shifts, in line with standard working hours, so our schedule is fixed.

No. Only female attendants work during women’s hours and only male attendants during men’s.

Although the risk is low, concerns about a slip and fall in the wet areas preclude us from providing service to pregnant women.

Yes. You may use the hammam with the necessary sanitary protections.

Since the entrance hall is also the resting area for guests leaving the bath, we cannot offer a waiting area.


We recommend bringing clean underwear and moisturiser. 

No. However, we may not be able to accommodate other guests in the wet areas during a bridal bath or when other large groups visit, if capacity has been reached.

Yes. We have a fresh, simple menu at our café. Water and tea are complimentary. We do not permit drinks or food inside the bath.

Unless you are on a special diet, we do not permit outside food and drinks. For birthday celebrations, we provide the cake.

Our woolen washcloths are not disposable. In fact, the more they are used, the better they function. We disinfect them after each use. This also helps us avoid unnecessary waste. 

We do not have private rooms. However, halvets - small, arched niches within the hammam - can offer a sense of semi-privacy to small groups.

The reservation time is considered the start of the service. After you check-in and leave the locker area, please go inside the bath and rest upon the marble platform for 15 to 20 minutes to prepare for the scrub.

No, but hair dryers are provided for your convenience.

You may rest as long as you like, availability permitting. We would like to remind you that we have taken your health into account when determining the length of your stay on the platform.

Inside the hammam, you will be wrapped in your peshtemal. Some guests feel more comfortable also wearing underpants or a swimsuit bottom.

Please leave your watch and jewellery in a safe locker at reception. the hot, wet bath environment could damage sensitive devices and may obstruct the scrub. We are not responsible for lost or stolen personal property.

After your scrub is completed, you can continue to stay in the warm area depending on the number of other guests. We do not have any time restrictions in the lounge area.

It is recommended to bathe 1-2 hours after eating. If you are very hungry, we recommend a snack before your bath to regulate blood sugar levels.

Glasses will fog up in the warm area, then adjust to the temperature.  Contact lens users have not reported any problems to date, but each person should decide for his or herself whether to keep their lenses in.

You should first consult your doctor about your particular situation.

You are welcome to bring your own kese, peshtemal and shampoo.

No. It is unadvisable to consume alcohol while at the bath. We are unable to serve inebriated guests.

You may leave small suitcases at the reception area.

Yes, we have a secure locker that is monitored by a security camera at the reception desk.

Yes, we are open 365 days a year.

Due to the number of guests, this is not generally available.

Hamams are not recommended for people with diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, epilepsy, asthma, allergies, muscle or joint problems, disabilities, skin problems and sunburn, nor for pregnant women. Please consult your doctor about whether a hammam is right for you and inform us about any medical situation you may have, so we can take precautions, if necessary.



A parking lot can be found next to the bathhouse, the cost of which is not included. It does not have a valet service.

We recommend arranging a cab beforehand. We are easily reachable by public transportation. 

Price & Payment

A peshtemal wrap, towels and other materials for your bath are included with the hammam treatment, and we serve complimentary water and tea. Other food and beverages can be purchased separately. A body oil massage requires its own reservation and is priced separately.




Hamam Children

Children age 3 and under are welcome with their mothers free of charge. We don’t perform a scrub to protect their sensitive skin. Children age 4 to 12 are welcome for a fee. 

Yes, except for the kese scrub for children under the age of 4 due to their sensitive skin. Children must be under parental supervision while in the hamam.


No. However, we may not be able to accommodate other guests in the wet areas during a group event, if capacity has been reached.

The reservation time is considered the start of the service. After you check-in and leave the locker area, please go inside the bath and rest upon the marble platform for 15 to 20 minutes to prepare for the scrub.

We ask that you inform of us of changes to your reservation 48 hours in advance. We may not be able to accommodate more or fewer guests due to availability.

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