A pool with a mountain view gives this hotel a relaxed, away-from-it all feel.
This hotel is set at the foot of pine-covered mountains. There’s a relaxed feel here, with turtles wandering the grounds and hammocks hanging from trees. Beach-wise, there’s a free shuttle bus to Olu Deniz.
The pools are a real asset, particularly the quieter one at the top of the complex – and it’s a great spot to catch the sunset, too. Down at the buffet restaurant, the poolside terrace is great for al fresco dining.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks 15.30-17.00. Ice-cream 16.00-17.00. Midnight soup.
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, by the glass 08.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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The single rooms have splashes of colour and a balcony. There’s centrally controlled air-conditioning from July to September.
Evening entertainment programme
These spacious suites come styled in light tones and wooden furnishings, plus, you'll get a sea view and balcony, giving you that outdoor room. These suites include a lounge, a twin bedroom, an extra bed, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning.
Turkish themed evenings
This comfortable and light twin room is simply furnished to feel like a home from home. There’s a balcony for that bit of outdoors space. You’ll also find a satellite TV.
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Double room sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child up to 8 years with a double or twin beds - can be sold as a single. Daily maid service with towel and linen change twice weekly. Minibar at a charge.
Twin room sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child up to 8 years with a double or twin beds. Daily maid service with towel and linen change twice weekly. Minibar at a charge.
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Stayed for two weeks in June Staff at the hotel were so polite and helpful had two lovely swimming pools one called the quiet pool the other was for families and games etc you could get drinks and food most of day when restaurant was shut pool snacks were open. Food was plentiful and beautifully laid out with vast choices for everyone the waiting staff were lovely so we're the chefs tried to get you anything you required the hotel is situated a short walk to dolmas takes around 10 minuets into town a lovely place something for everyone the only complaint I had was the room which was very small and dark but then again didn't spend a lot of time in itMore
Ann D, Hastings, United Kingdom
A very good week
We arrived at the hotel after a shorter than expected journey (62minutes) and completed the booking in process swiftly and without a hitch. We were escorted to our room by the bell boy up a steep path and into block 6. At this point we began to notice the moths - more soon. The room was rear facing causing a bit of grief since we had booked a pool view de-lux room and my wife was determined to have a pool view. We called into Reception on the way to the pool bar but were told there was nothing that could be done until morning leaving a slight sour taste in our mouths that was quickly removed by the night time soup snack and some vodkas. We trudged wearily back up the slope to our room and climbing the three short flights of stairs we again noticed the active and plentiful moths. Don't let theses insects put you off as they are totally harmless and can be explained by the fact the hotel is built in a forest and on the edge of a national park. They dive-bomb lights and swoop around but really don't like people so just ignore them. Our room was compact with a small balcony and a fully functional air-conditioning system that allowed me to sleep in a UK- like 18 degree chill at night - quite refreshing after a day of mid 30 temperatures. The beds, set out as twins were firm and comfortable with extra pillows and blankets if required. There was a TV with some english language channels but who travels two thousand miles to watch TV? There was a small mini bar which granted you two small water bottles free of charge that are useful as kettle starters but otherwise we never used it. Water and juice is available at points around the site 24-7 with tea/coffee machines beside them. In the warm morning light our desire for a pool view was swept away by the majestic unobstructed views of the mountain in her ever changing glory. The impressive vista was worth more than one hundred pool views as the moods of the mountain changed morning noon and evening; blue-grey in the back lit dawn, bursting green in the noon day brightness and red-golden in the dying sunset. We sat on the small balcony with our tea and coffee (complentary in the room) admiring the scenery and disregarding any planned move or complaint. We made our way down the steep slope (good for the calf muscles by the end of the week) to the restaurant picking up our sun towels at reception en-route. Breakfast is a mix of continental and British but no bacon or pork sausages! On the continental side there are seven or so cheeses and four cold meats with cereal, dried fruits, yoghurts and plentiful jams. This being Turkey there is an abundance of honey for croissants and the wide assortment of breakfast breads and rolls. On the British side there are boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried eggs and omelettes supported by a variety of grilled/fried vegetables. However, chips do not appear until mid morning, so if you got on a Turkey flight instead of the bus to Blackpool then you will have to wait until 10.30am for "yer chips". There is enough choice and quantity for even the most timorous and fussy of eaters. Snacks start at the lower pool bar mid-morning and are scrumptious fresh pizzas, burgers, cheese or meat filled breads, or chips supported by salad. Lunch and dinner are varied, well prepared, plentiful - well for most people. We were having a late dinner one evening and a group of four came in just before closing and complained that there was no chicken left - probably because it was so tasty that everyone else had double or triple platefuls. Food quality cannot be faulted for the hotel rating - all fresh and cooked food is fresh with only a few of the starter salad options of the tinned variety. I saw pickled squid and on a couple of occasions the prawn salad was obviously processed seafood sticks. Chips appeared on main meal menus for the unadventurous Brit and I confess I had a few to accompany my kebab one night. Water, and juice (orange and lemon) are available at all meals and wine is free at lunch and dinner. I was absolutely delighted when I was shown how to make Turkish Coffee and I did so using the vintage equipment at every opportunity - I even bought a lighter for the burner. All staff were friendly and helpful even though some appeared to be new starters and getting to grips with languages/accents. The entertainment staff were everywhere talking and speaking with guests or chivvying others into the usual poolside sports. Evening entertainment consisted of shows, karaoke, bingo and music. The live shows , two dance shows and a Mongolian acrobat group took place in the small amphitheatre and were energetic, entertaining, and enthralling. There is so much to do in the surrounding area that I felt that the entertainment provision was about right - some would want more and some would be absent every night in nearby Hisaronou and Olu Deniz. There are four bars on site; two free bars open during the day at any one time and one "pay" bar (the Therras) which few people used. The pool bar opens at 8.30 for the alcohol reliant and is replaced by the Turtle bar at 9pm. The upper pool bar is also open from early doors until midnight. After midnight all bars become "pay" as you drink. Local drinks are part of the all-inclusive package and though cocktails are not part of the AI some of the bar staff will knock up straight-forward mixtures free of charge. The main one on the rounds when we were there was a London Sunset which was a disgusting mix of gin, orange and grenadine but popular with the younger guests. Personally, I would rather drink a glass of smog! There are two pools on site with the upper one favoured by those seeking a quiet time. Games, music and frolicking with airbeds were the preferred daytime activities at the lower pool all in time to the pulsating pool music. There are an abundance of sunbeds and parasols but generally these are taken quite early though some are still unclaimed by lunchtime. The views of the mountains are stunning from both pools. A kiddie pool is adjacent to the spiral water slide on the lower area. One interesting feature for the kids are the animals that closely interact with guests across the hotel grounds. Chickens come to strut around for crumbs at all meals and the ever-present cats are friendly - if you like cats. A nice surprise are the tortoises that meander the grassy areas and shrubbery and don't seem to resent humans peering at them and murmuring, though I would not disturb them by picking them up; I did not count individuals but there appeared to be at least six of them. Did we have any disappointments with the Greenland? Yes. I found the steep path a bit tiring even when I found there was a gentler path at the rear of the restaurant. I found the constant flies in the dining areas irritating. I acknowledge the hotel is in a forest and that the Mediterranean climate generates many flies but surely there are better means of dealing with these filthy insects than covering plates with cling film or simply leaving food unprotected. Overall, would I return? Definitely. Now that I am familiar with the local geography and transport networks I see the Hotel Greenland as a clean, caring, comfortable and convenient hotel which treats its guest as important individuals and provides a good standard of service.More
Pat1NorthEastEngland, North East England
Six of us ladies stayed in the deluxe rooms overlooking the pool.The hotel and rooms are very clean and modern,Staff very friendly.Food excellent lots of choice.I'm going back 11th September with my sister in law and have requested the same room 617 as the view looking out to the pool was beautiful.Not one complaint loved the holiday and cant wait to go back in September.Highly recommended x More
ElizabethEmbleton, Newcastle Upon Tyne
Had lovely holiday very friendly hotel and staff. I loved the gardens and wildlife.chickens and tortoise wandering free. Very friendly cats and kittens.we stayed by the quiet pool.no music and chilled.hotel food varied selection good choice of salads.main course ok lots of veg and of course chips!!!lots of cakes.wine ok.beer you got used to. The hotel good location easy to get local bus to nearby resorts.Take advantage of the curtsey bus.and if you go to the beach sand shoes are a must and the pebble beach is great free clean cheap sunbeds water gets deep quick and plenty of waves.good bars opp and cheap.great place to go at night.very easy going holiday no need to dress up save your luggage space for all the goodies you can bring back.More
debbiefl52, Epsom, United Kingdom
great place and staff
well to start we booked a week and just got back on the 29th june. i'd read the reviews on trip advisor and booked because of them. To begin the staff are superb, me and my wife were made welcome from the start, we arrived at 12:30am and the staff made sure that we got a drink from the bar, which stops being all inclusive after 12:00, and also the chef who does a late night stack, normally soup and rolls, stayed open and waited for us to arrive just so we didn't miss out. The little things make all the difference, when we left we were going to picked up at 6:30pm and the dinner doesn't start until 7:00pm so Gohkan in the restaurant stayed late just to make me and my wife sandwhiches for the journey and the airport. In my opinion they were superb. The bar staff were just as good, friendly,polite,helpful and turned out to be good mates. the pool bar has berkay, he is superb, very funny and a TOPMAN in turkey. the animation staff were excellent, Hasan is a great bloke, mosquito is so friendly and tyler is a peach. they work really hard and try there best to make you feel welcome and involved. the reception staff, ebru, are amazing as well. all in all it was superb, even leo di caprio was there.......!! should be a higher star will go back defo!!!More
dean c, Clacton-on-Sea, United Kingdom
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