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Historical Ağa Hamami ( bath ) was built in 1454 in Istanbul by most important sultan of the ottoman empire (after one year conquest of istanbul), who is the "Fatih Sultan Mehmet". Ağa hamami is oldest hamam in Istanbul. This historical ottoman...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 22:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Kuloglu mahallesi, Turnacibasi sokak No:48, Istanbul 34433, Turkey
We arrived just after 10am, and were the first in the Bath. Because we were alone, we could choose to be naked and feel the soaking water and the heat all over our body. We had at least 20 minutes before anyone else, and another...More
I came here with a group of friends, we were brought here by our hostel owner who told us it was 65 TL, after our bath I heard the receptionist tell people it was 50 TL for the same package, when I asked about the...More
2 Thank jim T
agahamamhostel, Sahibi at Aga Hamami, responded to this reviewResponded 30 July 2014
we have different package . you can see in web site of the Ağa Hamamı . we had different deal with the hotels . you can stay inside more than other customers . but we cancelled our deal with the hotel .
you write many...More
We had agreed beforehand to try a Hamami in Istanbul. We explored a few choices such as men only, women only, mixed and so forth. The reviews for Aga Hamami seemed to be mostly positive and was welcoming of couples. Additionally, it wasn't that far...More
I have visited this hamam at the end of may 2014 with 3 other female friends. The owner is a young rude lady who talks to customers with an attitude, which i found very intimidating. I visited the hamam as a turkish tourist so i...More
Note that Firuz Aga Hamam is NOT Aga Hamam. They're in the same area, so be clear which one you're looking for.More
5 Thank Jieke G
agahamamhostel, Yönetici at Aga Hamami, responded to this reviewResponded 8 June 2014
Thanks for note , Surely Frizaga hamam has completely different concept . Firuzaga hamam has different owner. Only Aga hamam belong us . Aga hamam is mixed hamam , Frizaga hamam only for man hamam , surely firuzaga hamam dont accept girls :) . we...More
We went there to have some information about the prices and a friendly woman explain to us which was the offer.
They even had all the services written in English for you to read.
The next day we chose the full "pack" for 80TL (Hamami,...More
Thank Maria S
agahamamhostel, Yönetici at Aga Hamami, responded to this reviewResponded 28 May 2014
Thanks for your good comment. Tredational massage is alittle hard , Turkish people likes hard massage , when our masor find a little strong body , he can do harder massage :) , but I will warn him to do softer massage , because foreign...More
The location of this place stated in the heart of the Taksim.It was very easy to find it.The historical atmosphere was quite good.The most important thing it s a family place so ı feel very safe in this place.When I compare the prices ;the enterance...More
We went to this hamam for the price and the review in Lonely Planet. We arrived in the evening for a peeling and an oil massage. A group of 4 people were inside the hamam (3 guys and a girl : it's mixte). 1/2h later,...More
1 Thank Lorette71
agahamamhostel, Yönetici at Aga Hamami, responded to this reviewResponded 10 May 2014
Thank for comment and suggestion. Normally turkish people stay hamam min 2 hours, it is good to stay more for your skin . rarely our staff confuse the time .so you should contact with manager ,he will give extra masaj to you, sorry about the...More
It's a beautiful place to relax and have oil massages. I loved the people, they are nice and have good talks. I will absolutely go back when ı will visit Istanbul. The prices are very good and it looks perfect with the oriental corner corner...More
This place is a disgrace in every respect. We (my wife and I) wanted to go to a Turkish bath in Istanbul and went there following a reasonable review in the Lonely Planet Guide. (Can't believe that the reviewer actually has visited the establishment.) You...More
3 Thank OldSpecky
agahamamhostel, Yönetici at Aga Hamami, responded to this reviewResponded 3 December 2013
This is malicious comment . firstly aga hamam is not run 2 old man , its runs 1 young girls and 1 young mans. there is always a person WHO know english . sometimes our worker can accept customer after close the bath . may...More
Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights, shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
nightlife in close proximity. In striking contrast, Beyoglu’s less trafficked areas – such as the affluent Cihangir and the antiques district of Cukurcuma – exude Old World charm and provide contemplative calm and splendid diversion via an assortment of cozy cafes, attractive boutiques, and quiet lanes.