Ottoman Turkish Bath
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3.0 of 5 bubbles42 reviews
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Mahvish K
London, UK18 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
i wanted to experience so was taken there by a excursion company in Kusadasi,
it was not good at firstsight ,no guidance no one attending you , just few ladies having it done in a room n u sit there wating for some instructions .u go to suana , the salt room self assisted ,then u r washed n cleansed by a lady , who sings beautiful songs in turkish n wash you like a mum .she was good , but the experrience was bit haphazard not guided , no tea /drink was offered ,n it was very hot inside the building , and forgot to mention if you dont buy extra masage or face masks etc the reception man gets annoyed but dont buy extra, the massage included is good enough.
Written August 6, 2019
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Marie G
Ottawa, Canada68 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2017 • Solo
The man at the entrance has no people skill, he wants to sell you products. Just ignore him. As for the staff in the bath, these women are very professional. Following the Turkish bath (sauna, steam room, bubble massage, salt rub), I had a fantastic 30 minute oil massage. The costs were: 60 TL pick up and return to my hotel and 15€ for the 30 min. massage. I really like it.
Written February 5, 2017
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MizzPee
London, UK93 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Friends
Doesnt look much from the outside. In fact, it's fair to say that it looks a little shabby. This doesn't improve when you get inside! Aside from the over-sell of massages, the package we experienced included sauna, steam room, salt scrub and Turkish bath. I had a big burly bloke who scrubbed me good and proper. Please indicate, however, if you want to remain with the same layers of skin you arrived with! Ended with a dip in a cool jacuzzi.

Not bad. Had better though.
Written May 27, 2019
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Angela
Berwick, Canada133 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
I try to never write a bad review as it could have been a one timer and it can affect a company negatively.
After visiting Ottoman Turkish Bath I felt I need to write this.

On my 1 day stop in Turkey, Kusadasi, I really wanted to experience a Turkish bath.
I booked a highly recommended bath house but had to cancel as my previous commitment ran late.

I feel like a fool as I then booked one from someone selling tours on the street.
Ottoman Turkish Bath
We were told it would be 1.5 - 2 hours.
Sauna, steam room, peeling scrub, bubble massage & salt rub.
Pick up and return to cruise ship

We got:
On time pick up & return to cruise ship.
As soon as we arrived they started a hard upsell.
Which we didn’t add anything on.

After changing I was sent downstairs to the female section and no one was there.
Finally found 3-4 women outside an open door smoking.
No guidance and I had to keep asking “what do I do now” 🤷‍♀️

10 minutes sauna, 10 minutes steam room.
The bubble massage ( Wasn’t a massage….. it was more like just going through the motions of quickly spreading the bubbles on my body )

Go rinsed and taken to the salt room.
The salt rub was self applied. ( although I didn’t do that as it was a big bowl full of salt for everyone to use in a room that was nasty )

Hardly anyone spoke English.
Maybe they have more locals than tourists.

It isn't a nice bath house aesthetically and felt very grungy.
Definitely, not sanitary.
I never even considered a facility would use the same scrub glove on more than 1 person 😮
Same as the pumice stone for your feet. Yuck

I couldn’t wait to get back to the ship so I could shower in hot hot water and cover myself in sanitizer.
Written April 9, 2024
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Isobel C
Girvan, UK23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019 • Solo
I always go to the local Turkish bathes when I visit Turkey and these baths didn’t disappoint.Excellent scrub and clean.I also had a body message which was excellent.Two levels within one for men other ladies options offered either male or female bath chose male A little run down on outside but the treatments well worth having will be going again soon highly recommended
Written July 3, 2019
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SantiagoVenz
London, UK24 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
I am male and travel solo. This Hammam was recommended by my hotel and a car was sent by the Hammam to pick me up and a couple from another hotel.
This hammam is not cheap. However, the service is first class. I am an afficionado of Hammams and have been to many both in Turkey and the rest of the world and this is one of the best ever.
I paid 350TL for the full service.
First steam room or sauna and even a salt room. Then I was in the hands of the man allocated to me. I went twice in the same week and had two different masseurs. They were both equally good though their tecniques were slighty different.
First very good dead skin removal and then all over wash. Private room for massage for one hour. Excellent. Then Turkish tea and a rest and driven back to hotel.
Every customer has his/her own room with bed and clothes hooks. The door is locked and one carries the key at all times..
The Hammam is clean and well kept and all are very pleasant though very little English spoken.
Written October 24, 2019
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Lynne S
United States2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019 • Family
Don’t go!! Hotels recommend this place - they must be getting a kick back. Staff was unfriendly and totally disinterested (a lot of yawning during treatment). Everything looked dirty. They gave us wet, used towels. Rooms were noisy- loud tv going non stop as well as some machine that sounded like vacuum. Jacuzzi looked gross so never went in. Awful massage. It was cheap- but def not worth it. I hope I didn’t catch any infections. I can only surmise that any good reviews here were from owner and staff.
Written October 24, 2019
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Ayse
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
Racist to the max, the guy saw my last name so he asked where I came from, when I told him I was Kurdish his mood immediately switched. He was being so rude! Luckily I had a really nice lady performing the hammam treatment on me, she was a really warm and kind person, but for the men working here ugh disgusting!!
Written May 7, 2019
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iainmcg
Kusadasi, Türkiye261 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Solo
Totally loved this experience here, I was chatting to the guy who runs a cafe on the small port pier asked him the best hammam and he said he would arrange for me, the car picked me up, I was asked upon arrival if I wanted a drink, sat down and was offered the choices of treatments, I chose sauna, steam, salt, then shower, total exfoliating which felt harsh but wow does your skin good, the guy who treated me did a brilliant job, then clay all over to cleanse and bubbly bag soap, showers and cold dip and then one hour massage, I had a Turkish tea after, I felt this was an amazing experience and want to thank all the staff for their attentiveness, brilliant and highly recommend but be prepared for the scrub it’s tough but well worth it.
Written July 23, 2018
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sonja c
London, UK29 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Couples
I have been visiting Turkey for 25 years, have owned a villa in Kusadasi for 11 years and, usually, visit the Turkish bath once a week, so I am not a raw beginner". My husband and I thought we wouuld try this place as it is relatively new. When we arrived, we were so hassled about "extras" that I ended up phoning the agent to ask him to speak to the manager to tell him to leave us in peace to enjoy what we'd paid for. We were hardly allowed any time in the bath before the masseurs arrived. I was asked how old I was, whilst my husband was asked how much he earned, which was most inappropriate. Then came the worst part: whilst I was lying on my stomach for the soap massage, the young masseur lunged down onto my ribs so forcefully that they bashed onto the marble. I screamed in pain, but he couldn't understand when I tried to explain to him that I thought he had cracked one of my ribs. No one there can speak English, German or French, so not catering for the tourist clientele they hope to attract! The masseuses who, afterwards, gave the oil massage were very good and realised something bad had happened, which is the only reason I have given one star, otherwise, I would give a minus star. I hope they get a job in a more professional place soon. I did not go to the doctor as it would have just cost me my £100 insurance excess and I know that nothing is done for cracked ribs other than one is given painkillers. A month later, I am still in pain and can't lie on my right hand side, unless I take di-hydrocodeine which, luckily, I have with me. If I was in UK, I would be bringing legal action against them. In Europe, they would be closed down and prosecuted.
Written June 18, 2017
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