they say, re-open next year - maybe, as all turkish sights to be restored like the several mosques or parts of the inner town
Great experience and place. Full of History and the Architecture is amazing, but sadly due to Austerity its now closed.
We've just returned from a wonderful week's visit to Rodos, Greece. The great disappointment was to find the Great Hammam in Arionos Square evidently permanently closed. The manager of the near-by restaurant in the Square said it had been closed for some 18 months. He had no idea when or if it might reopen. There was no notice on the... More
It is really a shame that this great heritage is closed. Ok here is the sea and hotel swimming pools and the weather is so nice and warm but there are people who would enjoy the greatness of hamam. No sign no further notice just closed....real pity.
first visited here when the building was almost a ruin. the restoration work over many years has ben well worth the effort. opening times are a bit sporadic and information is a bit sparse but you can go in for a look around or enjoy the facilities, although not sure how many do this in the summer sun. lots of... More
We were looking forward to going to the Hamam from well before we left for Rhodes. However, it was closed. We went there several days, in the morning, afternoon and evening, but there was no sign of life or activity at all. What did we do wrong?
Well to be honest I just passed by and as a first impression you can feel the Turkish tradition. IT is well situated within the tourism area of the city, you can easily find it by following the signs indicated on the road.
Its worh a visit but dont expect it to be like a fully opperating hamam
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