Cemberlitas Hamami, Istanbul
Cemberlitas Hamami, Istanbul - Address
Address: Mollafenari Mahallesi, Vezirhan Cd. No:8, 34440 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
Timings: 06:00 am - 11:30 pm Details
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About Cemberlitas Hamami, Istanbul
Çemberlitaş Hamamı is a historical Turkish bath (Turkish: hamam) located on Divanyolu Street in the Çemberlitaş neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey. It was constructed by Mimar Sinan in 1584.Wikipedia
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Had overall a nice time, but not really great Nothing more than a historic hamam. Have to pay extra to get at least some satisfaction from the visit. Masseur was very pushy about tips, makes you feel rather like a bag with money than a customer. Bitter after-taste from the experience.
A great relaxing experience! Professional staff. Clean, friendly and authentic ambiance.
Full of screaming Chinese people. Definitely not a place of relaxation. If you expect a place of meditation, don’t go here. It’s more like a big shower place.
The historic building with big dome and large marble sitting area was great. There were about 10 clients in this huge hammam hall. It was very calm and relaxing when lying on the hot marble. But I didn't like the massage. Yes, it's was an all-body one but not professional. Pushing to much on some parts of the body, even too much. But shoulders and neck were touched once or twice. The old man kept asking : good massage, good massage ? I answered: yes, yes. I was not there to teach him in Turkish. Once you are taken out of the hammam hall you understand no way back. I would go there again but without massage. Prices are high compared to other hammams in Stanbul.
Truly genuine traditional turkish bath, with its pros and cons. Don't expect the soft, relaxing spa-like experience!