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The Pineta Park Hotel is located in the heart of wonderful Marmaris. This sophisticated hotel offers an impressive range of facilities, including tennis courts and massage services. Its open-air swimming pool is surrounded by sun terraces, making it an ideal place to soak up the sun.
How far is the nearest beach?
The hotel is just a stone's throw away (300m) from the beautiful beach.
Distance from Airport
The hotel is 85 kilometres from Dalaman Airport.
Accommodation is spacious and tastefully furnished, offering you all the comforts you'll need throughout your stay
Food & Drink
There is a restaurant at the hotel which seats up to 750 people, and an a la carte restaurant which seats 200. There is also a snack and pool bar, the Pineta Park Cafe Bar and Patisserie, and English pub.
Sports & Entertainment
Facilities at the hotel include a health club with fitness room, heated indoor pool, sauna and traditional Turkish bath. Additionally, there is an outdoor swimming pool, children's swimming area and a poolside snack bar. Beauty treatments are also offered (charge applies). The hotel offers a daytime programme of activities and in the evenings there are shows seven nights a week in the amphitheatre. Entertainment programmes for adults and children incur additional fees. Guests can keep fit by taking part in the aerobics class and playing tennis, table tennis, pool/snooker and volleyball. Sun loungers and parasols have been laid out on the nearby beach ready for use.
I arrived back this morning from staying 1 week in the Pineta Park Deluxe hotel, in which all inclusive from Manchester cost £330 each! Very cheap. First of all, the room was okay. We stayed on the...
I arrived back this morning from staying 1 week in the Pineta Park Deluxe hotel, in which all inclusive from Manchester cost £330 each! Very cheap. First of all, the room was okay. We stayed on the fifth floor, with a land view. If I go back I would ask for a room not on the fifth floor, as it was always so hot with it being at the top. I read on here to ask for a pool view room when we arrived, which I did but the reception staff told us all pool view rooms were fully booked. From what people where saying, the pool view rooms are definitely the better ones. The shower was probably the only problem with the room, because it kept going on and off mid flow, and the water was never hot. Also if you want BBC News on the TV, it's channel 36. The fridge is stocked up with basic drinks such as water & juice for when you arrive. The maids are really friendly and clean your room each day with fresh towels. One day they even did a pattern on the bed with the towels which was a nice touch. The staff in general are friendly. I found a few on reception to be very ignorant and mardy. Such things as a smile wouldn't go a miss! As for the food, it isn't great! We ate out every morning & night. But for what we paid it didn't bother us as its so cheap in marmaris to eat out. The food mostly caters for foreigners, so if you are a fussy eater (like me), this probably isn't the hotel for you if your planning on eating there all the time. The breakfast in the bar next to the hotel, does a full English for £2. So we just went there each morning. Also, at 2 in the afternoon in the hotel, near the pool bar, they do snacks, which were decent. Burgers, chips, salad etc.. The entertainment is very poor, both day and night. I don't know how people could just sit at the hotel each night as there is no atmosphere/ entertainment put on. One afternoon we played volley ball, but apart from that there isnt a lot to do. We were expecting football, tennis, aqua aerobics etc... But there is nothing like that. The pool area is nice though. One morning, two men in white coats were testing the water to make sure is was up to standard. There were A LOT of Turkish children, I don't know if it was a school or a few schools. As one afternoon, it seems like a teacher (well I think he was the teacher, although he was drinking beer all day!) had all the kids running around the tennis court for one hour, in bare feet and 38 degrees heat. I thought it was very cruel and hated to see the poor kids limping with blisters on their feet as they couldn't put their flip flops on! One English lady even told the women teacher, when she saw a girl was trying to cool her burnt feet off in the pool that it's cruel, but the teacher couldn't understand English and had her back running round the tennis court after she dipped her feet! Same with all the other kids. From what we gathered, the kids had an argument and this was their punishment. Very nasty! So be aware off the amount of Turkish and other foreign people at the hotel. Not so much the Turkish, but it is so frustrating when Russians were pushing in at the bar etc. WHO DO THEY THINK THEY ARE? To be fair though the bar staff are good and do serve you first. But at dinner times with it being a buffet, they do just push in front of you when they is clearly a que formed. It is my 7/8th time in Marmaris and found this year more cheaper than previous. You can do boat trips for £8 a day on the Romeo/Memories boat, which is all inclusive with drinks and food all day long! Plus these two boats only really play English music and have English tourists on. Staff are always really friendly too. I wouldn't book any trips with Tiggy from 'Mr Travel Agents', up the road from the hotel. He sent us on a Turkish bath on our first day and it was the worst Turkish bath I have been to. I wish we just paid the extra and had one at the hotel now, but at the time we thought the hotel was a bit expensive at £30 per person, when but we paid £8 per person with this guy, but it was terrible, Like I said, for what we paid, it's definitely worth it. But if you are expecting a 4* hotel, it's definitely not a 4*, it's a 3.
It's a nice clean hotel but if you're English forget it ! The food is Awful No English food Sweet corn covered in milk! The meats ,cheese ,and chips that are left over and served again later...
It's a nice clean hotel but if you're English forget it ! The food is Awful No English food Sweet corn covered in milk! The meats ,cheese ,and chips that are left over and served again later ! My son and his girlfriend had people go through an unlocked adjoining door at 12pm laughing at them whilst they slept ! On the second day of arrival 3 different schools turned up and stayed there causing havoc We were told to get out of the pool so they could race ?. Then they kept knocking and kicking our doors all night and running off . They moved people's towels and replaced with there own There was no supervision and they were out of control DO NOT buy any excursions from the rep as he is a con man charging double and when complaints are made he does nothing This hotel is listed as a4* hotel but it is more like a 2* as the food is awful And trying to get served drinks is virtually non existent No entertainment either The music from the pub opposite could be heard from the hallway outside It was really loud and stopped about 1am
Just back from a one week stay with my partner and baby. The hotel is quite good, it's very clean but the food is awful. The rooms are a good size with a fridge and aircon. The location was perfect...
Just back from a one week stay with my partner and baby. The hotel is quite good, it's very clean but the food is awful. The rooms are a good size with a fridge and aircon. The location was perfect for us as the beach is a short stroll away. Try not to get a room at the front as it's noisy of a night with the pub facing. The staff a lovely they are very friendly even the security guard who asks you to get 40 ciggerettes from the shop over the road and he never pays you for them. A must is to visit Jack and David in the hairdressers downstairs they are AMAZING !!!!!
Didn't know what to expect after reading reviews on here but hotel much better than expected! Room was massive (family room), in fact prob the best we have stayed in whilst in Marmaris! Hotel clean...
Didn't know what to expect after reading reviews on here but hotel much better than expected! Room was massive (family room), in fact prob the best we have stayed in whilst in Marmaris! Hotel clean, food ok; as with all 'All inclusive' hotels it does get bit repetitive but always found something to eat, Staff very friendly especially Ishmael/Ronaldo in restaurant and Captain on the bar. Jack and David the hairdressers were great too very good prices. There is a supermarket in the hotel which was very cheap.Entertainment was rubbish at start of our holiday but got bit better as our holiday went on as more people arrived. Not many British; loads of Turkish most of which were very friendly. Massive group of Turkish basketballing kids arrived on our 10th day and they were a nightmare for couple of days but quitened down prob after all the complaints off the guests.Only short stroll to Main Street and beach.Would deffo return 😊 I must add that I think half of these reviews are based on pineta park club not the deluxe- maybe trip advisor should change hotel name to pineta park deluxe!
Marmaris is pretty much permanently warm. Even winter days rarely go below 10° Celsius, and the height of summer sees the thermometer shoot above 30° Celsius. The water temperature is conducive to swimming in the light blue sea, and from May to October you're guaranteed no rain - so pack your Factor 30! One thing's for sure: if it's sun, sea and sand you want, Marmaris holidays are just the ticket.
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