Travel back in time to indulge in  incredible authentic Turkish Hammam Baths and let your body experience relaxation. Lie down, close your eyes and surrender to the endless sensations conjured from water, soap suds, hands and fingers.


Mukul Ancient Sanctuary, the “Secret” Spa, is perched high on the hillside and features such incredible vistas of the ocean, beaches and sky, that it seems to bring heaven and earth together. The wellness and healing practices of ancient Mesoamerica have inspired the treatments in our Ancient Sanctuary. Inspired by traditional Turkish and Moorish architecture, this spa casita features arched portals, high vaulted ceilings, a private grotto and accents of hand-painted ceramic tile and marble. Treatments follow a five-step detox and cleansing regiment including steam, massage, exfoliation, soaping and relaxation. KM 10, Carretera Tola-Las Salinas, Nicaragua, 

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The most beautiful hamam, or Turkish bath, in Istanbul has to be the one in the Ciragan Palace Hotel Kempinski – the palace of the last Ottoman sultan – consisting of two white-marble rooms, intricately carved and with windows overlooking the Bosphorus. Çırağan Cd. No: 32, İstanbul,  

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The ex Trump Soho hotel since 2017 operates as the Dominick. Still it boasts to be the only New York’s Hammam with Luxury Spa Services. The Spa at The Dominick offers an enticing selection of classic treatments inspired by wellness rituals from around the world. These include soothing facials, healing care for hands and feet, seasonal poolside outdoor sunrise yoga classes on weekends, massages and treatments designed specifically for women, men and couples.

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