August 11th, 2013

Situating an Hammam within your spa

A hammam may be the next niche for increased revenue. Therefore your next capital project may just be Hammam. But you need a place, I mean suitable place for it. At the exception you may not have thought of it, therefore your spa design has no provision for it. What can you do? Why will it be difficult to create space for this in the existing spa?




To help you arrive at a solution you need consider what this hammam would look like. How many persons are you projecting as on spot customers?  Is it going to be a one person customer or multiple in excess of two? At what value are you going to render this service?

The hammam could be small – small bath place for the individual who may desire this service; this way all facilities are made available for the service. Hammam can also be as large as you want with individual bath and massage table. This could allow for social interaction between bathers and create stronger reason for patronage.

However, if you move further in your provision the hamman could has its own barber, pedicurist and manicurist to completely satisfy the leisure of the bather. Hammam was  ab inito a cold bath for the Arabs but after an enchanter with the Roman warn bath the need for heat as the essential of good hammam also made an hammam without warmth and heat unthinkable.

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Therefore the source and cost of heating the hammam should be the concern. Within a spa, whether it a closed designed spa or an open spa the positioning of heat and heating equipment must be strategic. To many spa managers / owners providing the heat room; Sauna, Steam or Infrared is as simple as locating them near or inside the treatment room. You need a good heating source consider these products as your best options: TYLO AB. MR.STEAM , KGT


This may look and feel good but this decision may have an adverse effect on the general cooling of the spa, the cost of energy and the overall expenditure of the spa. You may need a spa consultant or advisor to get it right. Get design, probe it and challenge it before you move on.



Adedoyin Olanrewaju

Lannikbeauty 11/8/2013


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