Hurrem Sultan Hamam
The Ayasofya Hürrem Sultan Hamamı, also known as the Haseki Hürrem Sultan Hamamı, is located in a building designed by legendary architect Sinan in 1556 for the notorious Hürrem Sultan (Roxelana) a concubine who became the wife of Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent.
For decades, the building housed a carpet dealership; now, following a major renovation, it has become a hamam once more, and offers bath basic and luxurious bath services in a spotless and beautiful setting, including massages and fully-body clay masks. There is an onsite restaurant offering a la carte Turkish cuisine.
The entrance costs about $15, and a massage raises the price to about $23.
Hours & schedule
During the summer period 07.00 – 24.00
It is between 08.00 and 22.00 in winter.
How to get there?
The Hurrem Sultan Hamam is located in Sultanahmet Square. The T1 Tram Line has a stop at Sultanahmet. If your hotel is situated in the old-town area, you can simply take the tram to Sultanahmet. Otherwise, you can take some other public transportation vehicle to connect with the T1 Tram Line and continue to Sultanahmet.