Before you can decide whether you hate or love going to a Kusadasi Turkish bath or Hamam.
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Any Location / Any Location|
|DEPARTURE TIME||Depends on you|
|Number of People||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10|
Before you can decide whether you hate or love going to a Turkish bath or Turkish Hamam, you need to experience it at least once.
If its your first visit to a hamam, entering a Turkish bath can be a daunting experience.
By describing my last visit to the Ottoman Hamam, you will get a nice impression of the Turkish Bath process and customs, so you know what to expect.
First you need to decide whether you want to visit a historical hamam or a hotel Turkish bath. Next, upon entering the establishment, you have to select and pay for the service of your choice.
Traditional Style – if you want the real Turkish bath experience. you don’t have to bring any of the equipment.
Other Styles – The have several other services such as aromatherapy oil massage, reflexology, Indian head massage, and facial clay mask, too.
Regardless of the service you choose, you are allowed to use the facilities for as long as you wish. I picked the traditional style service, was handed a carton box containing a new scrubber and led into the camekan — a splendid entrance hall with several stories of wooden cubicle
|1 Pax||$ 20 [Total]|
|2 Pax||$ 40 [Total]|
|3 Pax||$ 60 [Total]|
|4 Pax||$ 80 [Total]|
|5 Pax||$ 100 [Total]|
|6 Pax||$ 120 [Total]|
|7 Pax||$ 140 [Total]|
|8 Pax||$ 160 [Total]|
|9 Pax||$ 180 [Total]|
|10 Pax||$ 200 [Total]|