This was my first experience of a hammam and I didn't know what to expect. I loved the part when I was covered in bubbles and given that lovely massage, but the rest of it was so-so. The face mask was basically slapped on with a few brush strokes, then I was left in the sauna for 15 minutes. When I came out, there was nobody around so I didn't know what I was supposed to do, except wash the mask off. There was a couple of shower stalls and a swimming pool. There was no sign stating how deep the pool was, and I didn't dare enter as I can't swim. Finally a huge woman entered and she beckoned me to follow her into another chamber and then my pleasant experience of bubbles and massage began. The hammam should provide instuctions in English to tourist clients about what to expect, what to wear in the hammam, as none of the women working there could speak English.