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Hammam Al Andalus Granada – tickets, prices, timings, what to expect


Amidst the winding streets of Granada’s historic Albaicín neighborhood lies an exquisite bathing complex that served the pleasure of Moorish aristocracy and now brings that royal experience to patrons and visitors from all over the world.

Hammam Al Andalus is an enchanting Arab bath complex that offers a truly relaxing and sensual experience with its water pools, essential oil massages, and elegant interiors.

Prepare to explore the soothing embrace of Hammam Al Andalus and enjoy a unique spa experience in Granada’s classical Moorish baths.

This article covers everything you must know before booking tickets for Hammam Al Andalus.

What to expect at Hammam Al Andalus Granada

Take a look at what the Hammam Al Andalus Granada offers.

Even before you get to the relaxing pools and aromatic oil massages, the meticulously refined interiors of the Hammam Al Andalus in Granada transport your mind to an ancient time of royalty with its hypnotic beauty.

Delicate tilework, gracefully arched doorways, and majestic domes create a mesmerizing ambiance, while soft, warm hues and gentle lighting weave a tapestry of tranquility, setting the stage for an extraordinary experience.

Immerse yourself in the age-old Moorish bathing ritual, a sensory journey designed to restore balance and rejuvenate the spirit by taking you through three baths of different temperatures.

Begin by indulging in the Caldarium, a blissfully warm bath that soothes and prepares the body for relaxation. 

Continue to the Tepidarium, where the gentle warmth envelops you, easing away any lingering tension. 

Finally, step into the Frigidarium, where the cool waters invigorate and awaken your senses.

Elevate your experience with a visit to the steam room, a sanctuary of soothing vapors that cleanse the body and quiet the mind.

Enhance the journey with aromatic oils, expertly applied to awaken the senses and transport you to a realm of pure bliss and relaxation with a traditional massage that transcends the boundaries of time. 

Skilled therapists use ancient techniques, employing the power of touch and natural oils to release tension and restore harmony to both body and soul.

As you transition from warm to cold baths, Andalusian music will help you unwind even further and help you get the most out of your experience.

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Where to book tickets

Tickets for the Hammam Al Andalus experience are available online or at the venue. 

Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.

When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the attraction’s ticket counters.

When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.

Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, during peak days they may sell out. Booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments.

How do online tickets work

Visit the booking site for Granada’s Hammam Al Andalus, select the date for your visit, time slot, number of tickets, and book. 

After you have made your booking, tickets will be mailed to you. 

You do not need to carry printouts.

You can show the e-ticket on your smartphone when you visit the attraction.

Please carry a valid ID.

Hammam Al Andalus Granada ticket prices

For a 75-minute Arab bath + 15-minute massage experience at Granada’s Hammam Al Andalus, you must pay €59.

For a 75-minute Arab bath + 30-minute massage experience, one ticket will cost you €73.

Concessional tickets are available on-site for Granada residents.

Hammam Al Andalus Granada tickets

Hammam Al Andalus Granada tickets
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A ticket to Hammam Al Andalus is an invitation to surrender to tranquility and indulge in an extraordinary sensory journey. 

As you traverse the paths of ancient Moorish rituals, you embark on a voyage of self-discovery and renewal. 

The gentle whispers of warm waters, the aromatic scents that caress your senses, and the expert touch that melts away tension transport you to a realm of pure bliss.

Hammam Al Andalus in Granada is not merely a bathhouse; it is an experience that immerses you in the rich cultural heritage and offers a respite from the bustling world outside. 

Tickets Prices

Hammam+15 Min Massage: €59
Hammam+30 Min Massage: €73

Alhambra and Nasrid Palaces + Hammam Al Ándalus Granada combo tickets

Alhambra and Nasrid Palaces + Hammam Al Ándalus Granada Combo Tickets
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Alhambra is easily one of the most mesmerizing palaces in the world.

With its series of interconnected rooms and courtyards, deftly manicured Generalife gardens, and Alacazaba fortress, Alhambra is an opulent multi-sensory treat and one of Spain’s most popular attractions.

At just €113, this combo ticket treats you to a flourishing guided tour of the Alhambra Palaces and a relaxing session of a 75-minute Arabic Bath+30 30-minute massage at the Hammam Al Andalus.

You can select a language from various choices for the Alhambra tour.

Ticket Price: €118

Save time and money! Discover the Alhambra with this Skip-The-Line Tour. Get priority access to the Alhambra and see the Nasrid Palaces, the Alhambra Gardens, El Generalife, the Medina, and the Alcazaba.

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How to reach Hammam Al Andalus Granada

Hammam Al Andalus is an Arab bath complex in Granada’s historic Albaicín neighborhood. 

Address: C. Sta. Ana, 16, 18009 Granada, Spain. Get Directions.

You can take public or private transport to reach the location.

By Bus

Carrera Del Darro 33 – Bañuelo bus stop is a 3-minute walk away.

Plaza Isabel La Católica 2 bus stop is a 4-minute walk from the venue.

Plaza Isabel La Católica 4 is also a 4-minute walk away.

Gran Vía 5 – Catedral is a 5-minute walk away.

Many bus lines serve the Hammam Al Andalus route, such as:

  • C31, Albaicín – Centro
  • C32, Alhambra – Albaicín
  • C34, Sacromonte – Centre
  • C5, Plaza Isabel La Católica 2

By Train

The Recogidas metro station is only a 5-minute walk away.

By Car

You can put your starting point here and navigate to the Hammam Al Andalus in Granada.

You’ll find parking spots near the Hammam Al Andalus.

Opening hours of Hammam Al Andalus Granada

The Hammam Al Andalus is open to visitors from 10 am to 12 am.

You must choose a time slot and arrive 15 minutes before the scheduled time. 

If you are late, your time lost may not be recuperated.

A time slot is available every 2 hours from when the Hammam opens.

How long does the visit take

How long does the visit take
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Depending on your chosen massage package, the Hammam Al Andalus visit will take 90 or 105 minutes.

There is a choice of a 75-minute Arab Bath+15-minute essential oil massage and a 75-minute Arab Bath+30-minute essential oil massage.

Best time to visit Hammam Al Andalus Granada

The best time to visit Hammam Al Andalus is during the opening hours, around 10 am, and the closing hours before 12 am. The place is usually less crowded than mid-day and early evening peak hours. 

The Hammam Al Andalus is an indoor space with a controlled environment, so you need not worry about the Mediterranean heat.

Please make sure you reach fifteen minutes before your selected slot.

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FAQs about Hammam Al Andalus

Here are some frequently asked questions about Hammam Al Andalus in Granada.

Does the Hammam Al Andalus provide towels and swimsuits?

Towels, gels, hairdryers, moisturizers, and lockers for your belongings will be provided, but you must bring your bathing suit.

Are the Hammam’s waters hygienic?

The management and staff at Hammam Al Andalus are committed to the highest sanitation standards at Hammam.

Their waters constantly circulate through purifying filters with sanitizing products and the concentrations recommended by the health administrations.

All major contact surfaces are cleaned with chemical disinfectants every hour, and every 90 minutes, the entire Hammam is cleaned with disinfectants, too.

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