Hammam as-Sarah is an Umayyad bathhouse located in Jordan, and built in connection with the complex of Qasr al-Hallabat, which stands some 2 kilometres to the west. Qasr al-Hallabat is one of the Umayyad buildings collectively known as the desert castles. The design of Hammam as-Sarah shows similarities to the design of Qusayr 'Amra, another one of the desert castles. The design consists of a rectangular audience hall as well as the actual baths. The baths comprise an apodyterium (undressing room), tepidarium (warm room) and caldarium (hot room), with attached furnace, water well, water lifting device (saqiya), and raised water tank. The remains of a roofless mosque next to the furnace are of recent date. As of 2007 or earlier, most of the bath complex as well as the accompanying mosaics and sculpture were being conserved.
The caldarium, before the reconstruction of the dome
The eastern side of the building during reconstruction works