Hammam El Basha

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  • Address: Street 20 Rue Fatima Zohra, Marrakesh, Morocco
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  • Timings: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
  • Ticket Price: 10 MAD
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Water Body, Leisure, Spa

Hammam El Basha - Review

Arguably the oldest and biggest hammam in the city, bathing at Hammam El Basha is like taking a dip into Moroccan culture. It has star shaped vents and chirpy bath attendants who are ready to help you with whatever you might need. The charming changing room under a dome and the white tiled hammam itself will make you want to be a part of this grandeur.

Men and women bathe separately and have different admission timings.

One of the prime attractions in the form of hammam in Morocco, Hammam El Basha offers a life time experience for its visitors. It has star shaped vents and chirpy bath attendants who are ready to help you with whatever you might need. Hammam El Basha tickets are always in demand. Thus, to avoid any hassles to get tickets for Hammam El Basha, book a tour and stay relaxed. As you buy tickets for Hammam El Basha you get an advantage of easy access. Don’t worry! Hammam El Basha ticket prices come at slashed prices for you.

Hammam El Basha Hours

  • Timings for men are 7:00 am to 1:00 pm and women are 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

How To reach Hammam El Basha by Public Transport

  • This hammam is situated 10 minutes north of Jemma El Fna. Take a bus to Jemma El Fna and you can walk to Hammam El BAsa from there.

Restaurants Near Hammam El Basha

  • Dar Cherifa
  • Tobsil

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TripHobo Highlights for Hammam El Basha

  • Hammam El Basha Address: Street 20 Rue Fatima Zohra, Marrakesh, Morocco
  • Hammam El Basha Timing: 07:00 am - 09:00 pm
  • Hammam El Basha Price: 10 MAD
  • Best time to visit Hammam El Basha(preferred time): 09:00 am - 08:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Hammam El Basha: 01:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Hammam El Basha

  • 95% of people who visit Marrakesh include Hammam El Basha in their plan

  • 49.36% of people start their Hammam El Basha visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Hammam El Basha

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

52.6% of people prefer walking in order to reach Hammam El Basha

People normally club together Les Bains De Marrakech and Heritage Spa while planning their visit to Hammam El Basha.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

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Hammam El Basha, Marrakesh Reviews

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  • This is a great place to have a hammam. I was able to have one with my wife as a couple. Very, very clean. Not too rough as well. The massage was very good products were used. We thought it was reasonable value for money and the attention to detail was of high standards. Will definitely return!

  • All I can do is laugh. Place was recommended to us by our riad and I told them "please don't send people there". I won't go there again and if that is how hammam looks - I don't want another one. I went there with 2 girl friends and our experience can be compared to "beeing tortured by your aunty" or actually by 3 of them. We got a 60 min =500 drehams package of 30 min massage and 30 min hammam. Massage was decent and ladies very nice but they massage your feet first and after your face- you don't get a shower before and we got there after all day of walking. All 3 of us had it done the same way. Hammam on the other hand... ladies were rough and super quick, communicating with simple commands (sit, shower, turn). Aplication of soap took 30 sec and then you get bucket of water on your face. They leave you in a room to relax for 5 min. I have not seen a single candle (not like in pictures advertising the place) Then scrub is done on wet skin with a glove with no other products added. Lady was so rough,that my friend was hurting and then she was making fun of her. Hair washing was super quick and my mum would be more gentle. The same about mask and oil aplications. In total all hamman treatment was like 10 min and we sit there for the most of the time, while ladies were chatting next door. After the treayment, after siting downstairs for 10 min we were nicely kicked out by lady asking us if we want to go and change. I didn't even noticed they have roof top?! After seeing other comments I thinking maybe we got some holiday replacement team, because I don't understand how you could enjoy this experience. Very disappointed

  • Got a pedicure. Had better ones in the states. Focused more on nails compared to massage, exfoliating

  • It’s easy to find. I got four seasons- 900 dh. It’s a bit pricey compared to others. If you only want Hammam, you might want to go other places. But you get a scrub glove as souvenir. The massage was soft but decent. The lady did not speak English so it was difficult to communicate with her. Maybe you can ask the front to arrange who can speak English. The front person is very flexible and friendly. I felt awkward when I saw a man was working inside. I was wearing bathrobe but naked. So I felt uncomfortable. Also, it was a bit cold while I was getting massage. Hence 4 stars.

  • Went with my wife for a Hammam. Felt a bit rushed in the process and instructions were not clearly expressed by the staff. Otherwise the experience was lovely and felt great afterword.

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