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Hanedan Turkish Bath, Turgutreis

 

Updated August 2015: The Website for the Turkish Bath is no longer available. I thought it may have closed down, but a comment from Hazel in August 2015 has confirmed it’s still open. (Thank’s Hazel!)Turgutreis Turkish Bath Bodrum Peninsula

Located in central Turgutreis, the Hanedan Hamam is the only independant Hamam in town. They have tried to create the athmosphere of a traditional turkish bath with a modern look and quality.

Turgutreis Turkish Bath Bodrum Peninsula

As well as the traditional Turkey Bath, they also have a sauna and their house barber.

Turgutreis Turkish Bath Bodrum Peninsula

You can book directly at the Hamam or through one of the local travel agents.

 

Opening Hours:

Winter Time: 1st. November till 15th March

  • 7 Days a week  from 08.00 am till 23.00 pm every day.
  • Every  Monday  and Thursday  Women only ( Ladies Day )
  • Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays are Men only ( Gentelmen Only )

Summer Time: 16th March till 30th October

  • 7 days a week from 08.00 am till 23.00 pm every day.
  • Every Monday and Thursday Women only (Ladies Day )
  • Every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sundays from 08.00 am till 23.00 pm Unisex ( man and woman)

 

Information Block for Hanedan Hamam
Address: Beyoglu Cad. Alican Is Merkezi No:36/2 Turgutreis
Telephone: 0252-382-5281
Hours: 8am – 11pm
Cost: <<>>tbd

Website:

 

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Photos from the Hanedan website
There’s also a couple of resort hotels who offer spa services, including a Turkish Bath: La Blanche Resort & Spa and the Mandalinci Hotel, which are both located in the western part of town near the beach. The Mandala Spa is located in the Aegean Dreams resort and is located just a little bit further up the coastline towards Kadikalesi.

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2 comments

  1. Hazel Mantle

    We went there today 22nd August and it was open.
    It’s was really quiet just us and a Turkish man in there. It cost 170 lira for a Turkish Bath and massage for me and my son which was good value considering the time they spent on us. It is a little run down but if you walk straight up the road from Bar Street for about 5 mins it is easy enough to find.

    1. Roving Jay

      Thanks so much for letting me know that the Hanedan Turkish Bath is still open. I guess it’s just their website that isn’t operational anymore.

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