the history and features
The Aziziye Hamam was built during the rule of the Ottoman Sultan, Abdulaziz in 1860.
This historical structure is a classic example of 19th century Ottoman architectural style. It is designed as a double bath, consisting of two identical buildings, one being for women and the other for men, with seperate entrances.
Traditionally, Aziziye Hamam has hot, cool and steam rooms, the navel stone, dressing and resting rooms. Bath floors are tiled with Turkish marbles which has good heat distribution qualities. The boiler room was untouched, as opposed to most of the Turkish baths build during later, runs on firewood which changes the overall experience.
We're open seven days a week
Mens bath06:00 AM to 23:00 PM
Ladies bath08:30 AM to 19:00 PM
Entrance25 Turkish Liras