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.
Never been to Turkey But great place to visit locals are very friendly and welcoming. The hotel looked very extravagant from the pics and didn't let us down. When we arrived the entrance to the...
Never been to Turkey But great place to visit locals are very friendly and welcoming. The hotel looked very extravagant from the pics and didn't let us down. When we arrived the entrance to the hotel is amazing, grand and very fancy the receptionists were friendly and helpful. Are bags were then taken up to our rooms as we were shapperoned by the bell boy. This was approx 2am everything was looking great. We woke up in the morning the room was nice big and carpeted with air con. When we left the room we noticed the walls looked like they had previously had holes in them which had been poorly patched up. Breakfast was ok but nothing to get excited about. Dinner and tea were disappointing and didn't seem to get any better but not sure if it was Turkish food and I wasn't used to it. But wasn't really very nice and seemed to be the same things. Food in the restaurants around the area aren't too expensive and there are some nice places out there. But it really defeats the object of all inclusive. The entertainment wasn't much better almost non exsistant apart from a Turkish version of the tv programme Benidorms Miguel. I've never met a guy so obnoxious. The Turkish guest really didn't seem to like us tutting at us and snarling. But to be fair I have been on a bit of a rant about the bad things. There were some good points. There is a great gym in the complex. The bloke in the little shop is very friendly and helpful. Emri and his wife who own the tattoo shop are a great couple who gave some great advice on places to visit locally. There is a lovely Indoor pool and Turkish bath service. If you do go or even go somewhere in the area make sure you do the jeep Safari it was are highlight of the holiday.
An honest review. The hotel looks wise is absolutly amazing you cannot deny that, the rooms too are very spacious. The pools are nice and big. The spa is brilliant. Now for the negatives, The...
An honest review. The hotel looks wise is absolutly amazing you cannot deny that, the rooms too are very spacious. The pools are nice and big. The spa is brilliant. Now for the negatives, The food was vile and left overs were incorporated into the following meal i.e if it was sausages for breakfast it was then sausage casserole for dinner which made me question how hygienic the meals were, all the food just tasted like cheap processed rubbish like smart price food but for a 5* i expected a lot better! The sun loungers i was having to set a 6am alarm to go and reserve because by 7:30am they were all taken! In marmaris you just get harassed to buy all the time we suffered it to go get some authentic turkish delight which was beautiful! I wouldnt recommend this hotel as the entertainment was pants and so was the food and they are very important for me in a 5* all inclusive. Also we had a lot of problems with the patio door not locking, noisy neighbours at 3/4am, faulty aircon and faulty card reader. Although most problems were fixed straight away for me in a 5* they shouldnt have arose in the first place.
hen finally arriving at this lovely looking hotel after our 5 hour plane flight and 3 hour transfer journey , we were informed that our hotel rooms were not ready , so we had to wait an additional 30...
hen finally arriving at this lovely looking hotel after our 5 hour plane flight and 3 hour transfer journey , we were informed that our hotel rooms were not ready , so we had to wait an additional 30 mins whilst the cleaners had to clean the room, the receptionist was generally just rude and couldn’t hardly speak English, which wasn’t helpful. Our First day of exploring the hotel immediately gave us a crap impression, as nobody there could really speak or understand English properly on the resort, also the food was horrible so bad we had to speak with our REP! as the bread rolls were mouldy , the chips were steamed so were very soggy, the breakfast was also nasty and all the food seemed to be smothered in vinegar , so it seemed as if Turkey just catered for the Germans! .. When you pay that extra money to go all inclusive you expect them to have different foods , but no they recycled the foods throughout the days and there was never nothing new, not even things such as eggs and sausages for breakfast! .. everyday me and my 10 family members had to eat out for breakfast lunch and also dinner, so it was a good thing that we found a lovely bar/restaurant just through the hotel on the road! .. Also the drinks they didn’t have any decent alcoholic drinks which was also a bummer , as you go on holiday to have fun and have a few drinks , but having to buy everything off resort just made things much more expensive and inconvenient for us! .. We even got told by others in the hotel that apparently they make their food bad so we go to the restaurant over the road that they also owned, which seemed true! However i would not recommend this hotel to anybody and would most definitely not go back there!
Booked a 3 day stay there with mates.. Thought we get as bit of luxury with a 5 star hotel.. The hotel looks nice from outside but rooms were very basic.. The food was same practical everyday.. I...
Booked a 3 day stay there with mates.. Thought we get as bit of luxury with a 5 star hotel.. The hotel looks nice from outside but rooms were very basic.. The food was same practical everyday.. I think it was approaching end of season so choices were limited.. They only had 1 bar open for drinks so had to go out near the pool once the dining area was closed as the one in the main hall was closed.. WiFi connection only near reception.. Pool was decent size but did not really use it. Had entertainment section few arcade games pool/ping pong table and a punching machine which kept me and mates entertained while waiting for others. Spa facilities were nice but a bit overpriced.. Overall for what we paid in october was not bad.. But would say it's a 3star hotel.
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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