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Al-Pasha Turkish Bath

1st Circle Opposite C.M.S. Kinder Garden, Amman 11731, Jordan
+962 6 463 3002
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Fantastic hammam but address in Trip Advisor is wrong

My wife and I both had a fantastic hammam at Al Pasha but it did take us far too long to find it... read more

Reviewed 17 March 2018
David R
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Melbourne
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Best Turkish Bath in Amman - beautiful - Good prices too!

Turkish baths can be intimidating but the ladies at Al-Pasha make you feel right at home, even if... read more

Reviewed 23 January 2018
Jennie W
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“steam room” (21 reviews)
“two hours” (5 reviews)
“face mask” (3 reviews)
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1st Circle Opposite C.M.S. Kinder Garden, Amman 11731, Jordan
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+962 6 463 3002
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Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

My wife and I both had a fantastic hammam at Al Pasha but it did take us far too long to find it having been misled by Trip Advisor. Please ignore the address and gps. It is actually in Ali Mahmoud Tasha Street that runs...More

1  Thank David R
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Reviewed 23 January 2018

Turkish baths can be intimidating but the ladies at Al-Pasha make you feel right at home, even if you're unsure about the whole thing. The combination of steam room, jacuzzi, and sauna here is fabulous - you can spend as much time as you want...More

2  Thank Jennie W
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Reviewed 17 January 2018 via mobile

When you enter, the baths lounge is very nice, and i felt very comfortable. was taken to the ladies area. The locker area is quite basic and i wasnt sure of instructions as these were not given, but i asked another regular customer and she...More

1  Thank rohimamirza
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

This is a traditional Turkish bath and one of the more well-known ones in Amman. I had the most relaxing, de-stressing time at Al Pasha. For 25 JD (cash only) I had a three hour treatment, in order: steam room, jacuzzi, professional scrub down, full...More

3  Thank Sam H
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Reviewed 28 October 2017

I headed to the baths on my first full day in Amman after arriving from Canada. Call in advance to make sure it's open because today (Friday) the men could only visit in the evening. It's an intimate place, much smaller than some of the...More

2  Thank Gary L
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Reviewed 5 July 2017 via mobile

I have been with friends and family to this hammam years ago and had a great memory of it. When I visited Amman again this year I wanted to go again and called to book for a large group. I realised that some things have...More

1  Thank 5SugarSpice
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Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

During a business trip in Amman I visited Al-Pasha. Great spot, easy walking distance from my hotel (Intercontinental). I visited during Ramadan just after Iftar so I had the place to myself. Very eclectic lobby. Great service and very traditional bath area and Turkish bath...More

1  Thank Duke757
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Reviewed 6 June 2017

Turkish baths have to be experienced to be understood. This is not a plush spa for the pampered, but you are sweated, soaked, scrubbed and massaged in the traditional Turkish way! Great thin to do before flying home.

1  Thank 5Kathy5
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Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Enter the hammam for a two hour relax in the dim light and steam. You will be directed around the steam room, jacuzzi, scrub, massage and dry sauna areas. Wear swim suit/ bikini and flip flops (both provided if you don't bring your own). Drinks...More

2  Thank diffgirl
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Reviewed 6 April 2017

I go here once every couple months. I find it relaxing and I always leave feeling cleaner and more relaxed and at peace. It's pretty clean and they treat you to a nice hibiscus slush while you steam in the sauna.

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Stonegoddess
9 April 2018|
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Response from Jennie W | Reviewed this property |
They're definitely open!! My best advice is to just walk in, although calling could work as well. I've never had any sort of wait just walking in (I've been there with a max of 4 other people before, walked in without an... More
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Rccccc
30 March 2018|
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Response from Jennie W | Reviewed this property |
I don't think it's an issue of not working - it's not designed well and doesn't have much of the information you are looking for. My best advice is to just walk in, although calling could work as well. I've never had any... More
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Nikki_Gold_USA
6 March 2017|
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Response from rohimamirza | Reviewed this property |
2-3 hrs generally, but i think it depends on how busy it is that day. My appt started at 11am and left around 2 or 3pm, but that includes changing and just faffing about a bit, in a good way. Id block off half a day to be... More
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