Visit Hammam Al Ándalus Granada and enjoy 1.5 hours in the Arabian baths with a massage included. Simply relax in the hot, warm, and cold baths, and enjoy the sense of calm with a 15-minute massage on your back and/or legs.
What to Expect
Enjoy a 1.5-hour session at the Arabian baths of Hammam Al Ándalus Granada with a massage included. Hammam Al Ándalus Granada is the most pleasant way to get to know the essence of the fascinating culture of Al Ándalus. The hammam is located at the foot of the Alhambra, behind the ancient mosque, nowadays St. Anne´s Church.
The hammam is the best place to get away and an excellent option for reducing day-to-day stress. Move freely through of the hot, warm, and cold baths, recreating the original structure of the Andalusian hammam. The steam room tops it all off, which you can return to as often as you wish during the session. Between swims, you can relax in the rest room.
Included in this package, you can enjoy a massage that is slowly applied with firm and progressive pressure on the back and/or legs, in order to provide a sense of calm. When applied with essential oils, this moisturizes the skin and makes for a pleasant experience. After the massage, you can continue your bath in the cold, hot, and warm rooms, provided there is still time remaining to use the baths.
- 1.5-hour session at Hammam Al Ándalus
- 15-minute massage
- Unlimited mint tea and water
- Shampoo, gel, hairdryer, and moisturizing cream
- Lockers for storing personal items are available in the dressing rooms
Santa Ana, 16. 18009. Granada
Know Before You Go
Swimwear must be worn (swimsuit or bikini).
Long hair must be tied up. It is not necessary to use a swimming cap.
It is permitted to wear your own shoes in the dressing rooms only.
It is very much appreciated if customers arrive a little in advance of the time booked and exit on time. Any time not used once the session commences may not be recuperated.
With exception to the dressing rooms, the hammam is mixed.
Please remain silent inside the facilities of Hammam Al Ándalus.