Arab baths in Amman

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Arab Baths in Amman

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  • maram Abu Hajar
    1 contribution
    Deneiz relaxing, peaceful atmosphere and helpful staff is really unchallenged.
    The services I tried here (bath, massager and nail services) area always 100% quality great and the care is excellent every time without a doubt.
    I love coming here to relax knowing that I'm under the care of good hands.
    Again,every woman i have interacted with (Manager Jana,Receptionists, masseuses ) have been Fabulous
    Thanks, Deneiz for making my day!💙
    In the end, I recommend everyone to come to this wonderful spa
    Thank you Deniz ! 🌸
    Written 25 May 2022
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  • Ryan
    2 contributions
    Absolutely fantastic, the massage was one of the best, excellent, I will definitely come back.
    The facilities were great as well.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • karmachameleon6
    Indianapolis, IN30 contributions
    Warning: do not expect it to be okay to bathe in the nude, even if they tell you it is okay. Apparently, it is not okay. That was an embarrassing miscommunication between my friend and the staff (and she is Jordanian, so there isn't a language barrier either).

    The main issues I had with this place was the atmosphere, the cleanliness, and the safety hazards. Let me clarify, so hopefully these issues will be fixed by management in the future, and so you, as the reader, can make an informed decision about whether or not to spend your money at this establishment.
    The sandals were greasy and I felt like I was sliding around with them on. The tiles were not clean. The ceiling over the bath was falling apart and the ceiling tiles were absolutely disgusting. I felt like no one ever bothered to clean the place.
    The atmosphere was more creepy than relaxing. Because of the lack of cleanliness, and the old, dark design of the place, I did not feel relaxed in the slightest. Instead, my friend and I just laughed and talked a lot, which made the situation much better.
    Now, my biggest issue would be the safety hazards. I had to be very careful not to end up injured there. The ladder going into the bath was broken from one side, so it shook a lot. The tiles were all wet, and the sandals we had were greasy, as I mentioned before. The bench in the sauna had a broken slat. Finally, after the short massage, and my feet were covered in oil, the worker helped me off the table I was lying on, but did not continue to help me across the tiled floor. At this point, my sandals were elsewhere (not that they would've helped much) and I was trying not to fall and crack my head open.

    On top of everything else, I felt the staff was mostly bored and uninterested, and just trying to get their work done. Meanwhile, the other staff smoked hookah and talked and laughed loudly, and then played loud Arabic music and were dancing. A place like this should be relaxing and rejuvenating, but it wasn't.
    We spent about an hour there and the price was 15 JOD each, which was a special.
    Written 2 February 2017
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