This hamam was built by Yıldırım Bayezid in the 14th century within a kulliye complex, together with “Ulu Cami” (The Grand Mosque), “Vaiziye” Madrasah, and Yıldırım Bedesten (Covered Bazaar).

This hamam is a small-scaled, single-type hamam. The structure’s walls are masoned using rubble stones, but it can be seen that in some sections, hewn stones and bricks were used, too. This hamam is built in north-south direction, with a rectangular plan. It consists of a cool room (frigidarium) and a hot room (caldarium) section.

 It preserved its function as a hamam until the 1930s. The most recent renovation was made in the 1980s. Today it is functioning as ''Jewellery/Silver Market''