Hotel Greenland

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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  • 7Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 160Rooms

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet meals. Snacks 15.30-17.00. Midnight soup.

Drink

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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Outdoor pool

With waterslide.

Evening entertainment programme

If you're a night owl then have fun with our evening entertainment with shows, live music and lots more you will not be disappointed.

Turkish themed evenings

Featuring a Turkish menu with traditional belly and Turkish dancing.

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double room

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

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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Holiday

Yet another fantastic holiday, thank you. Amazing views with great nightlife a short walk away. The food here is always well presented and the staff always friendly. The rooms are not huge but very clean and well laid out.More

P C, Colchester, United Kingdom

Great holiday as ever

This being the 4th time in a row we have been to this hotel, we yet again had the best time ever, plenty of beautiful sunshine, drink and food,,, the entertainment manager Hasan is always on hand to deal with any problems you may accrue [ he speaks good English }all the staff are very pleasant, this year when we went back they have done a refit, which is much to the hotels advantage,More

kerrie t, Christchurch, United Kingdom

A Day at the Greenland Hotel

we visited family who were staying at this lovely hotel, had a great time, two pools , one quiet one which is nice, food was very good, and the ladies in the grounds made pancakes they were very tasty...More

12lynn45, Uplyme, United Kingdom

Great value for money but potential to be much better...

My partner and I spent a week at Hotel Greenland in early October 2014 on an all inclusive basis. Overall, we had a lovely holiday, but had mixed feelings about this particular hotel and I don't think we would return. Firstly, I would say that this hotel offers excellent value for money. We only booked 3 weeks in advance and got an great rate for all inclusive! We booked directly via the hotel website, do note that if you do this payment is not taken until you check in meaning the exchange rate can fluctuate by the time your card is charged. The hotel grounds are very attractive, set against a beautiful mountain backdrop. The rooms were spacious and clean with lots of storage. The bathroom was modern with a powerful shower. However we found that the cleaning team would constantly leave piles of dirty laundry/plates/cups/rubbish etc. outside our room all day whilst they cleaned the rest of the block. The location is great for exploring the surrounding areas and a car is not necessary. The hotel is around 1hr 30mins from Dalaman airport and is situated on the Dolmus line that runs from Fethiye to Olu Deniz. You can also reach Hisaronu, Ovacik and Kayakoy direct by Dolmus. The main road where the Dolmus stops is a couple of minutes walk from the hotel. The only downside was that we found there wasn't much nearby within walking distance which meant it wasn't easy to get out in the evenings without taxis etc. The hotel also run a free bus to a Olu Deniz each day which is a bonus. The food was generally ok, but not amazing; the cold salad and meze selection was far better than the hot food. The hot food was questionable at times and never particularly warm. Saying that, we always found something that was ok, we did eat out twice and found much better food away from the resort. We noted that ice cream was only available for 45 minutes each afternoon, for us this wasn't a problem, but might be if travelling with children and we would generally expect more on an all inclusive basis. Disappointing to find that cocktails were not included in the all inclusive price, we would expect that they would be and haven't come across this before, they were not particularly cheap either. The resort has two pools, one 'main pool' and then a 'quiet pool' at the top of the resort. Our main gripe with the main pool was the horrendous loud dance music that they pumped out during the day. We particularly don't like this and had read previous comments about this so were prepared to spend our time at the quiet pool, however the quiet pool was so much busier and more difficult to find sun beds/parasols etc. In comparison, the main pool was always relatively empty, which to me suggests that more of the guests did not want to have the music playing. It was highly irritating and could be heard from our room as well. I would also point out that some of the music playing was very inappropriate considering it was mostly families and those with young children at the main pool. The area at the top of the resort could do with a little more care and some work, the mini golf area and pool table seemed a bit tatty and run down, perhaps a bit underused and unloved, there wasn't many people in those areas during our trip. The pool bar was also quite dirty and untidy, the drinks service here was also quite slow. The main let down of the hotel was the entrainment which I would describe as tacky and quite cringeworthy, however this was our personal opinion. The main entertainment area was also pretty shabby an could do with a bit of an update. I know that animation teams are popular at resorts in this area of the world so we were expecting it but even so, it was pretty dire and not particularly entertaining, very cheesy and just not something we found enjoyable. Every evening was very loud and we could hear the music from our room each night (126). Do note there is another bar at the top of the resort by the quiet pool if the loud entertainment isn't your thing but we found this empty most of time and had no atmosphere. Some of the entrainment staff would also come and try to persuade us to join in and come to the evening shows in quite an intrusive manner whilst having dinner outside. The rep who was selling spa treatments during the day was also quite intrusive and we didn't find him particularly pleasant. Most of the other staff were helpful and friendly. Overall, for the price we paid we were happy with what we got. I would just say that several elements of this hotel were not to our personal taste. I felt that the hotel was trying to cater to everybody and therefore not quite reaching their full potential, a bit of a 'jack of all trades, master of none' situation. I would recommend this hotel for families and if you're ok with loud cheesy entertainment. I wouldn't necessarily recommend this hotel if you're after a more laid back relaxing holiday.More

Laura W, London, United Kingdom

Two very different weeks!

First trip to the Greenland with my daughter for half term, for a two week break. It is set in a lovely area which we would want to return to. Based on the first week we would probably go back, but based on the second, I would have reservations. In summary, pools wonderful, rooms spotless and more than big enough, staff very helpful and the setting/grounds of the hotel are very relaxing. The main set back for us the first week was being woken on a number of nights- well about 2am - by people returning to their rooms, shouting, swearing and banging on doors.This is more a reflection of the guests and perhaps the all inclusive mentality than the hotel though. By the end of the first week we asked to move rooms and the hotel arranged something within ten minutes - very accommodating. The only other surprise was that despite being advertised as having a daily kids club, this had been cancelled due to lack of numbers apparently - however there were at least 15 children on site. A big disappointment for my daughter as this was one of the key benefits. At the end of the first week we had night time thunderstorms, and some outside tables and chairs were removed (sensibly) due to the weather, but not put out again. This did give the impression that the hotel was scaling down. Similarly with the food, great the first week, then very much downsized in terms of variety - no melon at breakfast, no warm puffy breads, minimal vegetables (grilled tomatoes and mushrooms featured most meals) and generally less choice than the first week. My daughter is coeliac and in week one had been able to eat the chips (in the absence of bread and pasta) but in the second week could not, as the cooking method had changed, with most cooked items (chicken kiev, nuggets, meatballs etc all using the same fryer). Also by the end of our second week there was a shortage of sun bed mattresses, as these had been cleared away too. So not a bad hotel, but not as good as other 4 star AIs we have stayed in in Turkey. It's a pity that they didn't pull out the same stops in the second week, as it was a half term week, as they did in week 1.More

Ludo137, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

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