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
These comfortable and light twin rooms are simply furnished with a home from home feel. There’s a balcony for that bit of outdoors space. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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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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We really do not understand why people rave about this place and would want to return here. We have stayed in Turkey 7 times, always 4 star or above but have never been to such a place such as this. This hotel claims to be a 4 star accommodation but barely lives up to a 3 star. We had ten nights here, we stayed in a family room which was very spacious but had very little hanging space. The room had cobwebs and the remains of many squashed insects on the walls.Unfortunately our room was by the bottom pool, and at night was very noisy as this was where the entertainment took place. The thumping music went on past midnight. Why it was it that loud? I do not understand it. The gardens were unkempt but the cats, tortoises and chickens didn't seem to mind. Had a warning second morning of our stay when walking to the top pool, on two occasions the sound of people being sick was heard. Two days later I was part of the chorus quickly joined by everyone else in our party. Talking to people around the pool, it seemed to be quite common. One possible reason may have been the glasses were not washed properly. One meal time it took seven goes until I got a semi clean glass. The drink stations were filthy.The drinks machines had black mould around them and usually covered in ants. The tiny little plastic cups would often smell of orange or lemon. The restaurant food was limited and bland to say the least. Usually lukewarm and tasteless. Chips for breakfast? No thanks! We ate out many times.The staff in the restaurant seemed indifferent, In the afternoon and evening in the Chill bar, Yunus could not be faulted, a very hard worker and always keeping the area spotless and he was always smiling. The location is a bit isolated. I had read previous reviews saying the walk into town could be done within 20-30 mins. More like an hour. Taxis are cheap though and the town is somewhere to escape to. Not a positive review but still in shock at how bad this hotel was. Couldn't wait to come home to get some decent food and much needed sleep!More
Amazing holiday ðâï¸ð
We have just returned from the most amazing holiday at The Greenland hotel. From the moment we checked in to the moment we checked out, everything was perfect and nothing was too much trouble for the fantastic staff. The hotel is spotless and the rooms are lovely and cleaned daily. Tortoises, chickens and lovely little cats roam the beautiful grounds and even though the hotel is on a hill it is a lovely walk up to the top pool and the fantastic pancake ladies! The food is amazing, so much choice every night it is sometimes difficult to decide what you want to have! I have a fussy husband and he really enjoyed the food here. Breakfast is also great with lots of choices and the omelettes are gorgeous. The hotel has water, and juice self service stations dotted around with a coffee/tea/hot chocolate machine so you can help your self 24 hours a day. The entertainment is fabulous, we saw a belly dancer, Russian dancers, a great singer and acrobats to name a few. They also do Bingo and Karaoke. A big thank you to Hasan and his team for all they do, they are so friendly and work so very hard to make sure everyone is having a great time. We had a day out to the water park which was great fun and we went on a boat trip from Fethiye which was fantastic too. We also had a few nights out into Olu Deniz, Hisaronu and Fethiye, drinks all very reasonably priced. If you are looking for a family holiday where you will feel safe and secure and be looked after from start to finish then this is the place for you. Thank you Hotel Greenland for an amazing holiday, we will see you again soon!More
leigh_bartley, Warrington, United Kingdom
Great first trip to Turkey
Had a lovely holiday at Hotel Greenland. Can't fault anything really. Food was great, really varied and suited the whole family. Hotel room spotless with a lovely view to the mountains. Children loved the swimming pools and would have been happy never to leave the hotel grounds! Freshly cooked pancakes were a real winner with the children. Entertainment was enjoyable. Hotel staff really friendly and helpful. Hotel was in the mountains and about a 5 min bus ride to Hisaronnu and 10 mins to Olu Deniz. Wasn't a problem though as buses came along every 5 mins and were cheap. Overall had a fab holiday and would definitely return.More
Lisa M, Kings Langley, United Kingdom
"Oh My Godt"
Myself, the wife and Holly our teenage daughter stayed at this fabulous hotel during the last two weeks of July 2015. We enjoyed the stay so much and met so many friends both UK and Turkish, that we have already booked to come again next year ! Special mention to a number of the staff who made the holiday so special and indeed to some of our UK friends who we will also be seeing again next year. The hotel is conveniently placed in the mountains between Hisaronu and Fethiye, with dolmus buses so easy to catch to these places including Olu Deniz and the surrounding area. The food is also worthy of note as we never had any trouble finding something to our liking, both during the day and the evening. The "soups" in particular were very very good, but could have been located better away from the main queue for the main buffet bar. To break up our stay we ventured out on a few occasions and can certainly recommend both "The Buzz Bar" (Olu Deniz) and "The Faro" restaurant (Fethiye) for a panoramic view of the sea/harbour front from the beautiful rooftop terraces with great food to boot. Special mention to "Sam" the first choice rep for his expertise and help in all bookings including the restaurants. The lazy day cruises from Fethiye are a must ! In addition we have to mention and thank all the staff that make this place so special.....here goes.... Gorkan (waiter), Berkay (bottom pool bar), Top Terrace Pay Bar girl at night (sorry cannot remember her name but god knows how she put up with us making it our home !), Hasan the head entertainer is probably worth the admission alone, he is excellent and you MUST try to keep him here at this hotel. Mohammed , Ozzy (DJ Mosquito), Jasmine and Tuche for their entertainment too. The best acts for us at night were the Kenyan acrobats who were amazing, closely followed by the Mongolian dancers. Here's to next year, we are looking forward to it already ! Stu, Dawn and Holly xMore
FOSTER9, Market Harborough
Wouldn't go back!
Stayed at the Hotel Greenland for 2 weeks from August the 2nd. Hotel full to the max as you can imagine with school holidays. Upon arrival we were checked in very quickly and shown to our room. We are a family of 3 with a young son. We arrived to our room which can only be described as a broom cupboard. Literally no room for anything. Suitcases were put under sons make shift bed while another took up half the wardrobe space. It was a struggle to actually find a home for our things and even if we wanted to live out of our cases due to lack of space it would have been impossible with no where to store them. Ok it's not a major issue but when you have spent so much money on a holiday you expect a little more space to unwind in your room. In the morning we inquired for a room upgrade and were told it would be Â£45 a night. Erm no thanks. We ventured to the pool and it was a lovely way to spend the day. Our son is 5 and a typical boy who enjoys swimming and playing, shame some of the other guests don't share his enthusiasm, you would think some of them had been paid to come on their holidays the faces on them. One gentleman in particular took a great dislike to any other child other than his own who dared step foot in the childrens pool. I am glad someone finally spoke up and asked what his problem was. Don't come away during school holidays if you can't handle some kids splashing and having a little fun even if you want to wrap yours in cotton wool, there will be some noise, there probably will be some splashing and there certainly will be kids having fun! We normally go self catering when coming to Turkey as in our opinion you can't beat the food outside of the hotel. Fantastic value and selection, when we priced up our normal hotel to the Greenland we found out that there wasn't much difference between self catering and all inclusive so decided to try this hotel and save some pennies. We are well travelled and maybe we have been spoilt in the past but I would certainly not class us as fussy by any means. We were quite disappointed with the food, not much choice, bland and very much the same most days. Even for the non fussy eater it's hard to get excited over meal times! We used it for breakfast and lunch but ventured out for our evening meals often. The all inclusive drinks are a bit of a con. If you like local vodka, gin, whisky and beer (most of which tastes like paint stripper) you will be fine. If however you want a decent whisky that doesn't make your pull a funny face as you take a sip then you have to pay for the privilege from the inside bar which opens of an evening. We don't drink much during the day but managed fine on shandys and the cocktail of the day (just don't watch as they make it as you probably won't drink it after) Our son used the kids club and can't fault. The lady Yasmin who runs it is super with them and doesn't take any messing around! He enjoyed the break from the sun and made loads of friends. It was also nice to have some child free time for an hour or so. Perfect. Pancake ladies sit almost every day from morning to early evening near the quiet pool, they are always so friendly and the pancakes are amazing! Entertainment team very friendly, and a couple of the bar staff really make the effort. Couldn't tell you who the others were as don't feel they make the effort to get to know guests which is a shame as we normally have such a laugh with them. Bedding changed everyday, you are charged from the mini bar if you want a bottle of water so be warned. It's best to keep an empty bottle and keep refilling from the water stations scattered around the hotel grounds. Wifi is free throughout the hotel if you need it and have the patience with it. It's slow! Be prepared for sun bed wars. We had great fun switching people's towels around of an evening, as guests had decided to reserve their beds before 1am. Sorry if you found your towel on a completely different bed chances are it was us and no we are not sorry. Can't even blame you for being German. Overall we had a nice time, wouldn't come back to this hotel as it's just not for us. Personally feel the reviews are over rated, we spent the odd day checking them out before we traveled and were quite pleased with the ratings. In our opinion they don't meet our expectations tho. Different strokes for different folks and all that! No doubt someone will come along and say they can't believe how people complain about this and that but its just our opinion and yours is yours and that's fine. Enjoy your holiday! More
Rozie21, London, United Kingdom
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