The Hammam of Sultan Inal locates in El Moez Le Din Allah Street nearby the Madrasa of El Kamil Ayyub. It is the only remaining part of a whole complex that was consisting of a Wikala or commercial center, a fountain, and two Hammam or baths for men and women. The constructor of this complex is Sultan Inal who was a prominent Mamluk of Sultan Barquq.

He occupied many prominent jobs including the Emir of Forty and the Chief Dawadar and the Emir Kabir. He became the Sultan of Egypt in 1451 and died few years later, and his reign was known as an age of stability and prosperity.