Suites have space for 4 with a double room, plus 2 extra beds in the lounge - you'll also have 2 separate bathrooms. They include a TV, Wi-Fi*, air-con and balcony, plus extras like a DVD player, bathrobes and slippers.
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Wonderful hotel with 3 pools and beautiful grounds.
We booked a week all inclusive at Montana Pines one week before we travelled. What a wonderful hotel. The staff are all so friendly and helpful and cannot do enough for guests in every area of the hotel. They work incredibly long hours and they all keep smiling. The food was amazing....so much variety and everything beautifully cooked, prepared and presented. Lots of salads and fresh fruit always available too. They even have soup at 11.30pm every night NOT that we ever needed it or partook!
There are three pools set in beautiful gardens. Lunch and snacks are available in the pool bars if you don't want to go to the main restaurant at lunchtime. Tea and coffee is available all day too. There was a very varied daytime entertainment programme from archery and mini golf to Turkish lessons and more! The evening entertainment was very good and varied too. The gardens are beautifully maintained and everywhere was beautifully clean. We had a standard room which was at the back of the block of 8 which although there wasn't a view was very quiet. My only criticism is the beds were rather too firm. I would like to return again soon!!!!More
Fabulously relaxing holiday
This year was our fourth visit to the Montana Pine hotel and Spa. The level of service was excellent as usual. There were a few changes this year. A new bar in the lobby area and a new library and reading area.
Everything was immaculate and very clean. The evening entertainment was of a high standard and we were particularly impressed with the Mongolian acrobats and the contortionists! You can do as much or as little as you want to. There is an enthusiastic entertainment team that will ask you if you would like to do archery, darts, tennis, keep fit, ping pong and all sorts of other activities!
This is the first year they the resort has been all inclusive. The food is great. There are lots of choices and the deserts are to die for! The ice cream is a must too.
I do recommend having a Turkish bath as soon as you get there as this prepares your skin to get a fantastic tan. The lovely ladies wash you from head to toe. Scrubbing to within an inch of your life but you come out feeling squeaky clean and minus all you horrid dead skin cells.
Great place for a relaxing holiday. We start to relax as soon as we get to the airport as we know we will get a warm welcome, a comfy bed, great food! We can't wait to go back!More
My partner and I have recently returned from the Montana Pine. This was our first visit to Turkey, and I can honestly say that I don't think we could have picked a better hotel or resort! Set in the most stunning mountainous scenery, the hotel is up a small road away from the main road, which meant that it is extremely peaceful yet still not too far from transport links to neighbouring towns.
The room was lovely - modern, clean and spacious. We were given a twin room so enquired at reception whether we could change to a double. The porter kindly showed us to a double, however we finally decided to keep the original room as it was larger and more modern. Our twin beds were made up into a double which was comfortable and no problem at all.
We were given the option to upgrade to all inclusive as we had only booked half board but decided to stick to half board to give us more flexibility to eat and drink elsewhere. The food provided at the hotel was very tasty with a wide selection at breakfast and in the evening.
We used the local transport (dolmus) daily which is a mini bus that passes by in both directions from the main road, and can be flagged down from anywhere along the road. It costs about 60p to get down to Olu Deniz beach and about Â£1.50 to get all the way to Fethiye (well worth a visit). The hotel does also provide a free shuttle service to and from Olu Deniz three times in the morning and three times back in the afternoon.
The Thomson Rep for the hotel, Kelly, was absolutely fantastic. From our arrival meeting on day one and throughout the holiday, she went above and beyond to provide us with useful information about trips, transport, restaurant recommendations, and she was always there to make sure we were having the best holiday possible. Her knowledge and positive attitute are second to none. Thank you so much Kelly, our holiday wouldn't have been what it was without you!
We would highly recommend the paragliding and the last day Dalyan trip if you have a later evening flight, both of which can be booked through the the Rep Kelly at a reasonable cost and were very enjoyable. Also, if you want to swim with turtles, head down to the blue lagoon and hire out a pedalo - they can be spotted much easier this way! We managed to swim with loads! If you are feeling energetic, it is a great idea to walk even an hour or two of the Lycian Way which begins just slightly further down the road from the hotel - you will get breathtaking views over the Olu Deniz coastline.
Overall, this was one of the best holidays we have ever had and will definitely be returning! More
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Just returned to montana pine a little aprehensive gone all inclusive what would it be like
so far no different 1st class FETHI , SERAN ,FEVZI and RECEP still first class no problems ok very quiet but that's because people back home are worried about Turkey why I can understand but come and you will think differently friendly and welcoming can't beat it just love the place and nice to see some sun ..... perfect go on give it a try report at the end of our stay G x DMore
david e, 187067
Amazing location in the mountains
We stayed for a week all inclusive mid May and loved this hotel situated in the hills - there is an amazing view of the mountains from the restaurant. Montana is a very well equipped resort with something to do even if weather a bit iffy - we had a couple of days rain but they have a lovely spa on site and games room with pool table, table football and we also played tennis. The room we had was spacious with a balcony that overlooked the Dolphin pool. Food was plentiful and there was a decent choice, although they stop doing breakfast at 10.30am even though it is advertised until 11am. There was varied entertainment every night, and the staff were very helpful, we would definitely return if given the opportunity. Please don't be put off coming to this beautiful part of the world - the troubled areas are far from here.More