Montana Pine Resort  

A spectacular location, three pools, and tranquillity you can almost reach out and touch – this mountain hotel is pretty special.

Tucked into pine-cloaked mountains, the Montana Pine Resort looks out over the hills to Olu Deniz and the Med. It’s a secluded spot, but there is a courtesy bus if you fancy heading to the beach.

Bedrooms are filled with homely charm, with rose pink décor and traditional wooden balconies. Outside, meanwhile, there are three pools, including one that comes with standout views.

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Honeymoon and Anniversary Offer

Free wine and flowers in room on arrival.

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast 07.30-11.00, lunch 12.30-14.00 and dinner 19.30-21.30. Late night soup 23.30-00.30.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks 11.00-16.00. Tea and pastries 16.00-18.00.

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2 pool snack bars

When you feel peckish you can order snacks at the Dolphin and Marmara pool snack bars.

Outdoor pool

The outdoor pool comes with panoramic views of the Babadag mountains edge and surrounding woods.

Spa & Wellness centre*

The spa includes a whirlpool bath, hammam, steam bath, relaxation area, four treatment rooms and an outdoor massage hut.

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twin room with balcony

These twin rooms are decked out in a traditional style and come complete with a TV, Wi-Fi*, air-con and a balcony.

suite with balcony

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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Wedding Paradise

Our review is a little belated but better late than never. We had our wedding here at the end of June. We have been on holiday here many times, and it has always been fabulous. When we decided to get married it was the only place we really considered. It was as wonderful as we had imagined it would be. Firat and the hotel team made us feel special the whole time we were there. In fact all the staff seemed to know our wedding was approaching and in the days before it, seemed almost as excited as we were! Recep was the most attentive and professional waiter ever. Our wedding day was held in a beautiful place and was catered for by staff who made us feel that they really cared about our day. It was completely stress free and totally perfect. If you are considering a wedding here, or a holiday, do it. It is a very special place and we can't wait to be back there. Thank you Firat and all Montana Pine Team.More

Sally M, 186349

🌞 Rest & relaxation plus evening entertainment 🎤

Length of holiday: 11 days from 14-25.07.2016 Travelled with: Teletext Holidays Flew with: Monarch My husband and I returned home yesterday after 11 glorious days at this charming hotel set amongst the pines on the mountainside, situated in between Olu Deniz and Hisaronu. We chose to come here, mainly because of its consistently high ratings here on Trip Advisor which proved to be accurate in every way. If you're looking for modern and sleek, you will probably be disappointed, as the decor is slightly dated, but, it is very clean everywhere, not at all shabby and comfortable. Upon arrival, we were initially disappointed at seeing twin beds and were in fact shown a double room up higher in resort which we turned down, as our twin-bed room was much larger with a large walk-in shower with a very powerful double shower. The extras in our room were added unexpected bonuses, such as: tv, DVD player, bathrobes and slippers. Our room was 2431, overlooking the Dolphin pool. It had lovely views of the valley beyond. In fact, it has just dawned on us that we believe we were upgraded as we had originally booked a standard room. Our days here were spent completely relaxed by the Dolphin pool during the day and enjoying the evening entertainment laid on every night by the hotel. We both agreed that the management here want you to sit back and have fun arranged by them, rather than you having to make your own fun which has been the case at other hotels we have stayed at in the past. We loved the atmosphere and genuinely enjoyed ourselves. Eating here for me was easy as I'm generally not fussy, but my husband felt the choice was a little limited and quite samey-samey. Nevertheless, he didn't starve and loved the salads and fruits on offer. Lunch was always good at the Marmara pool... Tasty, freshly made from the clay oven pizzas, burgers, spaghetti bolognese and plentiful salads. We took a couple of full day trips while we were there: 1/ We sailed on the hotel owned yacht, the Sirena, stopping off at 4 locations, the last of which proved amazing for us as we love sea turtles and managed to swim with at least 10 in all. Amazing! Lunch and water, followed by Turkish tea & pastries later in the day was included, but anything else was at an additional charge. Glorious trip which we would highly recommend, but book early as the Sirena only sails on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with a maximum of 14 guests per day. We went on Thursday and had 11 guests on board. 2/ Hidden Lake, Secret Garden & Gocek fishing village & Marina... Beautiful scenery, swim in the Dalyan river, but lots of coach travel in very high temperatures, so quite sweaty and hot on the way home. Finally, I'd like to just comment on the political turmoil and the fearful cloud of terrorism that hangs over this beautiful country. It became clear to us that the media's focus on the terrible recent events is distorting the reality of what is actually happening there. We noted on the BBC news channel that "all tourists had been told to remain indoors" in the immediate aftermath of the failed military coup, which may have been important advice to follow if you were in Istanbul or Ankara, but Turkey is a very large country and we were far enough away from these troubled areas for it not to affect us in any way. Turkey's tourism industry is suffering in a way the West is yet to understand and judging by the completely empty restaurants on the waterfront in Gocek and the line-up of hundreds of boats in the marina waiting for non-existent tourists to charter them, Turkey sadly could well be heading in the same direction as Egypt and Tunisia. We felt safe and urge anyone thinking of travelling to this beautiful country to do so. We truly loved our 11 days at the Montana Pine and can see the appeal in returning, which we very much hope to do, next time taking our daughters so they too can enjoy the wonderful holiday which we have just returned from.More

CoralSeaFans, 187058

Still an amazing place

We have returned from our sixth visit to this hotel. Every year there are small changes but always for the best. Great shame that the Brits are straying away from Turkey as places like this will disappear if we don't use them. This year all inclusive was introduced. Great value for money, but hope that it does not attract people that think they will get all inclusive like larger chains such as Riu. This is a family run hotel that offers a peaceful, relaxing resort away from the bustle of in resort stays. The hotel is away from Oludeniz on the hillside but a short walk from Hisaronu, although you still need to be fit to do it. We had to cut our stay short this year but the Thomson rep did a great job in finding us a flight at short notice. We had 9 great days, the food was excellent. Montana Pine continues to provide exceptional value for money and the staff work extremely hard to keep everywhere clean and the public areas are well maintained. I would recommend this hotel for anyone who wants to relax without the jostle of a main resort.More

rcrickmore, 503772

Great place to stay

Was not too sure about all inclusive but proved to be excellent. Food great quality and varied daily. Hotel is very clean and public areas exceptional including the 3 pools. Very secluded location but easy to get into Olu Deniz. Rooms a little dated but clean. Would definitely come back..More

hcwcd, 635679

Awesome yet again

This was our 5th visit to Montana pine and once again it didn't disappoint. They have gone all inclusive which I have you say bothered me as I was worried that standards would slip......but no everything was spot on. Koran in ghd Ege bar kept our glasses full and always remembered our drink choices.Recep in the dining room was superb in knowing exactly where we wanted to sit to eat. The 1st week of our stay (4th july)was end of Ramadan and skills lots of Turks there and plenty of celebrations . I hope the recent troubles don't mar the tourist trade as I cannot wait to go back againMore

Christine L, 187045

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