Cheshmeh Bath House

Your Best Hammam in Iran

Cheshmeh traditional Hammam

What is a Hammam or Garmabeh?

We can trace the first usage of Hammam in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia in about 3000 years ago and after that the Romans were the ones who enhanced it a bit.

However it was at the same time that Iranians started to use it.  

The hammam, also known as the Turkish hamam or Turkish bath, is the Middle Eastern variant of a steam bath, which can be categorized as a wet relative of the sauna.

Although the first hammams originated in Arabia, and bath culture was a central part of Roman life, Turkey popularized the tradition (and is most often associated with it) by making hammams available to people of all statuses.

Persian Hammam

Cheshmeh Complex

Scrub away all the dirt and tiredness

Cheshmeh complex is located near Kerman’s airport and at west of the city, where, you can reach by at most 20 min of driving in Kerman.

Cheshmeh is one of the places you have to go whenever you’re in Kerman; specially if you want to visit Lut desert. After all, what possibly can be better that a Turkish hammam if want to get rid of all the tiredness and dead skin and get cleansed for the next part of your trip.

This bath house was built recently but by traditional Iranian styles where you can go, relax, meditate and forget about all your problems. Enjoy the scrubbing, foam massage, body and face herbal masks, oil massage, sharbats and use the pool, spa and jaccuzi as mush as you like to seal an unforgetable memory of Kerman.

There are 2 hammams that you can choose between:

Easter Hammam of Cheshmeh

Eastern 

€20/person

Durations: 45 min

Group Size: Up to 4

Includes:

  • Traditional washcloth
  • Foam massage
  • Scrubbing
  • Local sherbet
  • Free use of pool, spa and Jacuzzi

Sultan

€25/person

Durations: 1h 15min

Group Size: Up to 4

Includes:

  • Traditional washcloth
  • Foam massage
  • Scrubbing
  • Local sherbet
  • Facial & body herbal masks
  • Aromatic oil massage
  • Free use of pool, spa and Jacuzzi

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