Suleymaniye Hammam

Suleymaniye Hammam

With more than 450 years of history, the Suleymaniye Hammam is one of the oldest Turkish Baths in Istanbul.

The Suleymaniye Hammam can be found next to the Suleymaniye Mosque, of which it is considered a part.

The baths were built in 1557 during the mandate of Suleiman the Magnificent, designed by Sinan as part of the complex which included the mosque itself and other buildings, such as a hospital and a primary school.

What is included?

The price of entry includes, as well as towels, flip flops and the necessary clothing (bikini and short trousers for women and a peshtemal bath towel for men), a massage with water and an exfoliating wash.

The best Hammam for couples and families

This is the only mixed bathhouse in Istanbul, and without losing any of its historic charm it's the best option for couples and families. All the massages and treatments are given at the same time in the same hall.

Please note: all the masseurs are men.


Daily from 9:45 am to 10 pm


Approximately 40 (US$ 43.30)
Prices vary depending on the service contracted

Nearby places

Spice Bazaar (468 m) Bosphorus Cruises (521 m) The Grand Bazaar (624 m) Galata Bridge (757 m) Cemberlitas Hammam (953 m)