With forest views, a Turkish spa and a poolside cocktail bar, the Pine Valley Hotel offers a lengthy list of highlights. It's in a great location, too, with Hisaronu's bars and restaurants just a few minutes' walk away.
This place is in a great spot. It’s tucked among pine trees and offers standout views over wooded hills. You’re well placed for going out, as well. Buses to Olu Deniz stop 400 metres from the hotel and will get you to the beach in about 20 minutes. Plus, the shops, restaurants and bars of Hisaronu are just a few minutes’ walk away.
The hotel’s grounds are dominated by two swimming pools. The spacious main pool is surrounded by sunloungers and sits next to a pool bar, which does a good line in cocktails. The second pool features three small waterslides, and a neighbouring children’s splash pool.
Elsewhere, you'll find a games room with a pool table, an internet cafe, a Wii and a Playstation. There's also a spa, which has Turkish baths and cabins for aromatherapy massages – perfect if you’re after some quiet me-time.
In terms of meals, meanwhile, there’s a cosy restaurant serving international buffets. Turkish dishes get a look in, too, if you fancy trying some local flavours. And for pre-dinner drinks, head for the Terrace Bar - it boasts wicker seating under the pine trees.
The bedrooms are arranged in two-storey blocks around the grounds, with lots of steps leading to them. Each comes with a balcony, too, so you can really enjoy the garden or mountain views. And décor-wise, you’ve got a choice. The standard rooms come with traditional furniture and floral bedspreads. They are getting a refurb for May 2015. For something more contemporary, however, upgrade to one of the refurbished rooms, which come with sleek new furnishings and wooden floors.
I never thought I would use the same hotel for four holidays but the Pine Vally is simply superb.
Starting with Orhan the front desk manager who will do anything to help or make your holiday extra special, a true professional.
All staff follow in his footsteps too many to mention, the hotel and facilities are immaculate and every year more improvements adding to the hotels attraction.
Food is really good catering for everyone and bar and restaurant prices quite acceptable.
It is a great 'base' to explore from with some fantastic walks nearby and the world famous Olu Deniz with its Blue Lagoon 10 mins in one direction and the city of Fetiye 15 mins in the other.
Thank you all once again and next years holiday is already booked :)
Highest Regards David.More
David D, Hull England
Myself,and family in tow stayed here between 9th-16th October.
This hotel was more than comfortable for us as it met all our basic needs and also had a very nice bathroom and shower ( superior family room ) hotel also has a decent pool/slides for the kids.The room also had free aircon ( not needed in October as the evenings are cool ) and there is a safety deposit box available for Â£2 a day oh and a flat screen TV although didn't use this either.
We didn't spend a lot of time in the hotel and only stayed for breakfast a few days and that's just us we like to eat out at all different restaurants that hisaronu has to offer and believe me there is plenty and that includes for breakfasts, delboy's & dominos being our two favourites.More
RobbieC78, Hartlepool, United Kingdom
sickness in the hotel
Arrived home from a two week stay at this hotel last. friday 10 th October and 5 people out of 7 in our party was struck down with the same problem we too experienced the dreadfull sickness servere stomach cramps including my three year old grand daughter. Numerous other holida guests where complaining of the same problem. The family next door to us in room 225 where also ill the husband had 4 days in bed as well as the rest of the family going down with the same problem one by one.There was also a Turkish festival. taking place the hotel at breakfast was bedlam you would have thought these people had never seen food before.They piled there plates sky high making sandwiches to take away and leaving very little food left for the rest of the paying guests We gave breakfast up as a bad job and decided for the safety of our grandaughter practically getting stamped on we wouldbebetter to eat out. Will return to Turkey but not back to this hotel .More
Yabboo Y, Cleethorpes, United Kingdom
Ended up in hospital
Me and the girlfriend booked a last minute holiday and at the price we paid I did not expect the ritz, we arrived during a period of bad weather so we ate, drunk and swam at the hotel only, we arrived late Fri / Early hours of Saturday and the weather was bad untill Monday, by Monday night I started with stomach cramps so we went back to our room and the diarehea started.
I spent all night going between the bed, toilet and shower and by Tuesday morning I was in a bad way, my girlfriend contacted the doctor as I had pins and needles in my arms and felt dizzy trying to stand up, the Doctor arrived to find me fully clothed, laid under the sheets shivering when the the temprature outside was probably 30 degrees.
The Doctor phoned for an ambulance and my next three days were spent on drips looking out of of a hospital window, I was also given antibiotics via a drip and on leaving hospital i had a futher week of antibiotics plus other medication.... to cap it of I was contacted by the rep on the phone and on trying to assertain what had happened she reffered to it benig a touch of Turkey belly !!!!!!!!!!! AN UPSET BELLY DOES NOT REQUIRE ANTIBIOTICS, AN AMBULANCE, A 3 DAY STAY IN HOSPITAL AND A FURTHER WEEK TAKING TABLETS.
My girlfriend had many poeple asking her what had happened and families leaving and still at the hotel were all complaining of illness and some staying in there rooms and using medication from the pharmacists to help.
I am glad I had insurance and another rep called Cheesam was brilliant as she came to see me and my girlfriend whilst I was in hospital..... I am even happier I am back home now..... I now have to check which antibiotics I was given as some cause lasting problems :( and are banned in the UK.More
Kenneth p P, Leeds, United Kingdom
You get what you pay for...
As a young couple (22) we stayed here in July 2014. This is a good hotel that provides the usual food, entertainment and facilities that you would expect for Â£375 per person for 7 night.
The location was probably the best feature of this hotel as it was only about a five minute walk away from the main town centre Hisarounu. We enjoyed relaxing around the pool during the day time and there were always enough sun beds where you wanted and never had to reserve early in the monring like a lot of other places. There are many restaurants within town and we would recomend steak at Domino's and possibly Robin Hood. You can always negotiate with them so make sure you get yourself a good deal!
The food was okay with soup being served for starter every day with lovely turkish bread which we took full advatange of. The mains were what we expected with spaghetti bolognese, chicken curry, pasta, fruit and vegetables all served on a regular basis. The best night for food is the BBQ night on a saturday night where they have great entertainment after. If the food had been to this standard for the majority of the holiday we would have better things to say about the food.
When we arrived in our room it was two separate single beds even though we had asked for a double bed as we were a couple. We phoned the receptionist and someone came back to the room to solve the problem. We then realised that there was broken glass and cigarette ends on the balcony floor which we thought was extremely dangerous as there could have been children walking about. The room was smaller than we expected but did have a fridge we could use and the air con was reasonably good. The room was not always cleaned daily, and when it was cleaned it was always at an inconvenient time around 5pm when we had just come back from the pool or were getting ready to go out for something to eat.
With today's technology I thought the wifi service could have been a lot better. Watching the World Cup final my girlfriend wanted to pass the time of day by catching up online and paid for wifi (which I think should have been free) but the service was so poor that she had to sit in the reception area to use effectively. Ever bar and restaurant we walked pass provided free wifi and I can't understand why he hotel can't provide an updated system where you can connect to your wifi.
The pool was always cool during the hot summer's day however it was too deep for most people to use even in the shallow end.
We had some photos taken by the professional photographer which we found to be good quality but at an extorntionate price. A normal family photo album cost around Â£200 with each individual photo costing around Â£10.
The enertaintment was okay with the contontionsit circus act being our favourite. Unfortunately for us we realised that the there was a mass exodus of entertainment staff two days before we arrived. Having said that we are not great fans of people constantly trying to entice you into day time activities. The entertainment leader that was there did a great job by himself given the circumstances. You can play table tennis for free at any time of the day and the bats and ball are left respectively on the table ready for you to start playing.
Pine Valley provide a free bus shuttle to billys beach was better than expected but you are only going next to the blue lagoon beach. Billy's beach is almost like a large lake which has four or five beach dotted around it which calm water. This beach also has a great view of the paragliding activity that takes place and you can sometimes see up to 20 paragliders in the sky at once.
If you are looking to do some trips we would highly recommend going out in the town and bartering with the locals who provide trips such as the mud baths, daylan turtles, horse riding, safari days and paragliding. We found them far cheaper than Thomas Cook or other holiday providers.
This was a good hotel in a good area and we got everything that we paid for. I can never understand the large groups of people that return for the sixth seventh or eighth time. We feel that the regulars also got treated a lot better than someone who was on their first visit like we were. We would probably not return as we would want to try a new hotel in a new area.More
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