I don’t go to the Turkish bath offered by the hostel. I found an authentic Turkish bath in Safranbolu (in the domed building on the edge of the square). The cost (with massage) is 17 US dollars, while the travel agency quoted 70 US dollars. time. I don't know what it feels like until I go. Anyway, it's like a baby rubbed.
The bathroom is actually a market and a trading place, where you can talk about business while taking a bath. Now it is turned into a scenic spot. You can pick up translation headphones at the entrance, and there is space to play story videos, so you can sit and watch. Inside are various small rooms, showing what it was like at that time. Finally, there is a large bathroom with many bronze statues on the ground. After going out, there is a small yard with awnings for visitors to have a rest.