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Good Hamman

Only men work in this Hammon: in Kunjak, the other hammon in Bukhara there are only woman working... read more

Reviewed August 14, 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Historic hamam

I visited in July. The cost was $100k som for sauna, scrub and massage. The staff are kind and... read more

Reviewed July 18, 2016
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Bukhara, Uzbekistan
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I think the only reason to visit this place is just to see how hammams operated several centuries ago and how did they look like. The scrab, steam, massage, rooms, lockers and all other things are very average. The guys working there are good fellas,...More

Thank Dan K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This hamman is usually for men only, but at certain times it is also open for women. Since i am travelling with my partner, we decided to go there together. However, it was a very uncomfortable experience and I would not recommend to go there...More

Thank Julia H
Reviewed November 8, 2017

What a fantastic experience in a gorgeous setting! Once we had changed into bathers/underwear, the 6 of us were provided with robes and sandals and ushered through the complex to a steam room. After 15 minutes or so of sweating and relaxing, we were led...More

2  Thank travlaoz
Reviewed August 14, 2017

Only men work in this Hammon: in Kunjak, the other hammon in Bukhara there are only woman working. Men and woman go to different Hammons: only for tourist they make an exception. The service in the Hammon was good: first we were put in a...More

2  Thank wialbu
Reviewed October 10, 2016

Well worth a visit - one of the more beautiful things to visit in Bukhara. Don't bother paying to go into everything here. Somethings are as awesome from the outside.

1  Thank Eleanor R
Reviewed September 2, 2016

That was one of the best experiences I have ever had! I went there in the morning at 6am so I was the only person in the Hammam. You have to know on the second door - or just enter and say loud Good Morning....More

2  Thank vonloennebergova
Reviewed July 18, 2016 via mobile

I visited in July. The cost was $100k som for sauna, scrub and massage. The staff are kind and complete professionals. The Bukhara style of massage was most interesting, they climb over you and pull you up like a pretzel. However, there is nothing to...More

1  Thank meesalikeu
Reviewed April 22, 2016

My husband and I visited in winter 2015. I can't remember exactly what we paid (and to be practical, inflation is so great it'd be radically different now anyway), but I believe it would have been about $40US for us both, for a steam, bath...More

7  Thank cold_erin
Reviewed January 11, 2016

Yes, it's expensive. And, yes, it's probably a ripe off by Uzbek standard. It cost 90,000 som to do a bath, which including 1) laying on the heated stone ground of the bath house; 2) someone doing a full-body bath for you; 3) someone putting...More

1  Thank lvwei1123
Reviewed October 18, 2015

This is one of only three surviving hammers in Bukhara and dates back to the 16th century. I treated myself to the full package involving a massage and tea as well as the steam room. If you have one and a half hours this is...More

1  Thank AlistairBurrow
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January 17, 2018|
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Response from meesalikeu | Reviewed this property |
Hi - yes the lockers are large and everything is secure. It felt that way too. I am sure they could hold something large like a suitcase by the desk if you need to. When you are done the area where you relax with tea is... More
Yaxin D
April 1, 2016|
Response from AlistairBurrow | Reviewed this property |
I simply walked in. You do not need anything. Lockers are provided and a wrap to cover yourself up. I was offered a soft massage at extra cost and had not taken enough cash to pay for that, so worth asking beforehand if... More