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Hammam Al Andalus Granada
Hammam Al Andalus Granada

Hammam Al Andalus Granada

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317 Reviews
Calle Santa Ana, 16, Granada, Spain

The Basics

Though the building only dates back to the 13th or 14th century, it is believed that this site historically held Muslim baths, given its location near the former mosque (now the Santa Ana Church) and the water cisterns discovered underground here. At the time of the Reconquista, when Granada was occupied by the Christians in the 15th century, it is likely that the use of these baths—along with many other Muslim traditions—ended.

Hammam Al Ándalus Granada is a 1998 re-creation of what a hammam in those times might have looked like. Various rooms hold cold, warm, and hot pools, and the complex has a steam room and a relaxation room where you can sip traditional Arabic mint tea. During a typical 1.5-hour visit, you’ll have the opportunity to use these different areas and enjoy a massage of up to 60 minutes. Combination tours that include the Alhambra and the hammam are available.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Granada

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Experience that you must do
Loren_B, Jul 2021
Arabian Baths Experience at Granada's Hammam Al Ándalus
Beautiful place, good service, good atmosphere, good music. A good location to go after having walked a lot!
star-5
A perfect escape!
bosmith13, Jan 2020
Arabian Baths Experience at Granada's Hammam Al Ándalus
This was such a magical experience!!! Truly a highlight of my trip. Every room was absolutely beautiful, the atmosphere was so relaxing, and the massage was much-needed after a long day. I would highly recommend this! My only complaint was an abrupt end to my 90 minutes. I was quickly rushed out, and would've appreciated a 10 or 15 minute warning that my time was coming to an end. Other than that, no complaints!!
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Arabian baths- a new experience
Maggaalda, Oct 2019
Arabian Baths Experience at Granada's Hammam Al Ándalus
It was nice visiting the baths and very relaxing after having been walking in the city for two days. The scrub and massage were very good. The only thing I didn’t like is that guests wash with bathing suits on before entering the baths. There are not separated showers for men and women
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Just book it
jenna s, Sep 2019
Arabian Baths Experience at Granada's Hammam Al Ándalus
Seriously, we could have stayed here all day. Warm tub, hot tub, delicious tea, cold tub, steam room and repeat. Then get a massage. Then repeat. Why is this not available in the USA? Each tub was in an immaculate room that had high ceilings, gorgeous tile work, and had carvings modeled after Alhambra. So beautiful. Not busy with other tourists, my husband and I often found ourselves in rooms alone. Get to your appointment early- I think this is why we had more privacy, because we started the circuits a touch before others. Omg schedule an Arabic bath. Treat yourself. I'm back in Spain and need to schedule again!!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • At Hammam Al Ándalus Granada, basic amenities are provided, including a towel, hair dryer, locker, and toiletries such as shampoo, shower gel, and moisturizer.

  • A bathing suit is required and can be purchased on-site.

  • Booking your visit at least two to three days in advance is recommended.

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How to Get There

Hammam Al Ándalus Granada is located next to Plaza Nueva and is easily accessible by public transportation as all buses stop at Gran Via, a 5-minute walk away. Taxis gather at Plaza Nueva. The nearest parking lot is located at San Agustin, in case you’re planning to drive to the hammam.

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When to Get There

To avoid the crowds, book your Hammam Al Ándalus Granada session for a weekday during the morning hours, when the hammam is quietest. Expect to encounter the biggest crowds on the weekends and during peak tourist season, which is typically in the spring and fall. Because there are several pools to use, the hammam rarely feels crowded.

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Hammam Etiquette

Since the rules of spas and saunas differ around the world, here’s what you need to know about the Hammam Al Ándalus Granada. A swimsuit is required, and dressing rooms and showers are separated by gender. If you have long hair, tie it up (a swimming cap is not necessary). Shoes are only permitted in the changing rooms; latex booties can be purchased on-site, if you prefer not to complete the circuit barefoot.

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