Located in the southern part of the Maraş Fortress, this hamam is built partially below grade. There is no record of its construction, but it is thought to have been built towards the end of the 15th century during the Dulkadiroglu Era. It has a central dome with eyelets with 4 smaller domes situated in each corner. The central bathing section is under the main dome with the other rooms for bathing arranged around it in 4 corner cells. The most important feature that increases the capacity of the bathing area is that the north section is extended with the extension of two cells symmetrically located on either side. It is the only example in Turkish hamam architecture with this feature.