Montana Pine Resort Hotel

, Fethiye, Turkey
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Montana Pine Resort Hotel

, Fethiye
4 star

Rooms: 159

Ovacýk Ölüdeniz - Fethiye - 48300 - Turkey Hotel Website | | +90 (0252) 616 71 08 (PB
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Reviews - Montana Pine Resort Hotel

A great place to recharge your batteries
Submitted by: laura in 14/01/08
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
A great place to recharge your batteries,the only critiscm being evening entertainment is low key, but saying that it would not stop me from returning truly a lovely spot,staff were very friendly and the food was excellent.
Great hotel service and staff
Submitted by: Maria in 10/10/06
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Relaxation Seeker
This hotel is set within pine trees and is a completely relaxing holiday, Hisoronu is a short walk away if you want a taste of the countless shops and bars taxis and the local bus are plentiful making it simple to travel around to the local places of interest. Montana pine run there own free bus at 10am 11am and 4pm and 5pm to the local Olu Deniz beach. Lots of trips are easily available my husband recommends the Para gliding from the top of the mountain! We have just arrived back from one week stay and will be certainly returning to this first class hotel.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Montana Pine Resort Hotel

A Piece of Heaven

from GillMarketDeeping
Returned from the Montana Pine yesterday (03/06/2006) and having read all reviews prior to booking felt it only fair to add our comments to possibly help others decide. It's fantastic!!!!
Arrived May 27 after a long day of travel, with two teenagers 16 and 15 years, and we were all bowled over. We love scenery anyway, but the location and views are stunning. Our rooms were excellent - although our daughters grabbed the best balcony with views of the sea, mountains and valleys. The in-room bar, which we didn't think was unreasonably priced, came in very handy for an impromptu beer on the balcony or a crafty toblerone.
As there were two separate children's pools, the larger pool, which is deep all over, was quiet all day with sunbeds and parasols available all through the day. I was often the only person in the water and could swim along looking up at the craggy mountain above. My idea of heaven. The food was excellent. We ate for Great Britain, which unfortunately the holiday photos reflect, and found a good variety at breakfast and dinner. I'm not usually a big meat eater, but I tried lots of Turkish dishes and the meat was very tender and delicious, although there are salads a-plenty of every kind if you prefer. We ate lunch at the hotel on about 4 of the days as well, in the shady snack bar by the pool. Very good value and tasty too.
The hotel was very quiet with an older clientele when we arrived, but was getting busier as we left. We enjoyed the evening entertainment, esp the Turkish evening by the pool, which was magical, as previous reviewer also says. Teenagers weren't bored at all and we all enjoyed the company of the animateur - Shorty - and took part in some of the activities on offer, such as rifle shooting.
We went to the Lagoon twice, which is lovely, but it was so idyllic by the pool, we could most often be found there.
The staff work extremely hard - you see the same waiters all day long - and esp for the Turkish evening, which involved a huge amount of setting up in the heat of the afternoon, whilst we looked on from the pool. Very nice guys, especially Ferdi, who is usually at the Sunset Bar.
We cannot recommend highly enough this hotel if you want a relaxing holiday with stunning views. We will definitely be returning.
Finally, if there is a mossie about I am nearly always bitten. But armed with previous reviews I took plug ins for the room, didn't wear perfume at night and used a Boots spray on all exposed bits and I wasn't bitten once. Wasps were fairly few and far between and we ate outside without any problems.

Sophisticated, Peaceful, Secluded Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Montana Pine for 10 nights in May 2006. We had an excellent holiday. The hotel is secluded and peaceful in beautiful, stunning surroundings - halfway up a moutain, surrounded by pine trees, the views are spectacular. The hotel has a magical feel to it.

There are three pools - one with a cascading waterfall, one large pool and another garden pool (set within a grassy area). There is also a children's pool. The gardens of the hotel are just wonderful.

We stayed in a "mountain view" room - set back away from the bar area/restaurant and it was totally peaceful. The rooms are clean and tidy with a lovely bathroom with spacious shower.

We stayed on a half-board basis (think this is the only way you can actually stay there) but we found the food to be great with plenty of choice. I particularly enjoyed the lovely breakfasts.

The staff in the hotel are exeptional - in fact we cannot praise them highly enough. Helpful, friendly, polite and basically, you just couldn't ask for better.

A free bus to Oludeniz is provided twice in the morning - 10am and 11am and returns at 3pm and 4pm. There is a taxi service from the hotel also, costing about £3 to Hisaronu which is very closeby.

The evening entertainment perhaps may not be to everyone's taste, however, this is easily overlooked.

All in all, this was a brilliant holiday - we don't have any complaints whatsover. This hotel and Turkish people are just wonderful.

Lovely Holiday at Montana Pine

from Wallace37
Just returned from 2 weeks at this super hotel.
The views from the hotel are wonderful,and the mountain location is just right if you dont want lots of noise.
The hotel is very clean everywhere, and the staff are friendly and helpful.
The food is excellent, with plenty of choice at every meal.
We went on the Montana boat trip, which is good value for money. Again, very nice staff on the boat, and we were given a good lunch, afternoon tea, and champagne on the way back to port.
We had lunch at the hotel several times, and the cost compared very well with what we paid for lunches in other places.
We were early in the season, and evening entertainment was fairly low key, but on our last night, dinner was set around the pool and the waiters were dressed in traditional costume. Later there was more entertainment and a belly dancer. It was a magical evening.
Definitely a hotel to return to.

all change at montana pine

from wiffy
Having stayed at the montana pine for the last 5 years with no complaints at all we were surprised to find a animation team in residence, half board(compulsory)and drinks prices up.Before 2005 we had only done b & b and found that suited us as in the evenings we had a taxi down to the front and ate there but this year we ate at montana and i have to say the food was brill it catered to everybody with several choices of meat and veg, so you were very unlucky if you found there was nothing you liked. I am not a great fan of entertainment teams and one of the main reason we went back to the montana so often was for the peace and quiet.This new entertainment idea has in my mind spoilt the ambience of montana. I think they are trying to aim at the younger age groups and familes.When we were there we met several other people that were returning for their 2/3 years and they all said the same the drinks were far too expensive and had increased dramatically from the previous year. We have decided we will try other places in turkey now as maontana has lost its glow for us and i think many other repeat guests. Shame!

You might go hungry

from MWales
The Montana Pines Resort is a well-kept and peaceful place set in secluded woodlands atop a hill a good ten minute taxi ride to either the beach or the nearest resort. The pool areas are all very nice and clean, and the staff were pleasant enough if not entirely helpful - 'insipid' perhaps would be the word. The most unfortunate part, however, above all else with this resort is the food. It certainly has pretentions above its station regarding the fayre it offers. Day after day of disappointment with the food got us down; Hisaronu, the main town a taxi ride away, was even worse, far worse. Night after night we were promised the finest food in Turkey by each waiter who coaxed us in to sample his offerings. I have never sent so much food back in all my life, and more to the point each waiter seemed to actually sympathise with the action! To add insult to injury we went on a day trip to Saklikent Gorge (very good, well worth it)and was informed by a very informative (give him his due) guide that Turkey is world-renowned for its cuisine. I almost choked on the stale crust of bread I had filched that morning from the breakfast bar. "Turkish men won't eat bread unless it is fresh that morning," he added insightfully. No doubt all other bread is sent straight to the Montana Pines, I remember thinking rather sourly.

Now I don't want this to put you off. It's just we like our food, and Montana Pines, and indeed Turkey itself, didn't deliver for us one bit. No one, however, can complain with the lovely beach down Olu Deniz or, to be fair, the sunset bar in the Montana that overlooks it all where you can wet your appetite for the food your not going to be enjoying. If you want a peaceful resort with great views, and want to shed a few pounds by eating dried figs for the duration of your stay then we'd recommend it heartily.

M. Chandler

Good hotel for a quiet break

from stalig
Stayed here for a week in June 2005. We booked this about 5 weeks before departure so it was very reasonably priced. The hotel is at the top of a hill, so not ideal for people who are not good on their legs. The hotel itself was excellent, the grounds beautiful, with gardeners busy at all times of the day. There were 3 swimming pools, which were all very clean and well kept. Sun loungers were provided free of charge. We booked halfboard, but didn't plan on eating at the hotel much, however, the food was excellent so we ended up eating there every night. 2 nights out of the 7, the dining room was moved to outside by one of the pools, which was very pleasant. Would reccommend this hotel to anyone wanting a relaxing and peaceful break.

Fantastic Views but disappointing accommodation

from trouty31
Just returned from a week's stay at the Montana Pine Resort, and whilst the location and views are stunning, we were very disappointed with our accommodation. I had initially requested a high floor with balcony as we were two ladies travelling alone. What we got, was a very dark and miserable room on the ground floor, adjacent to the public footpath by the lower pool! It was so dark that you had to have the lights on and we couldn't have the curtains open as people could see clearly in. Also the tiny terrace opened virtually onto the path so we couldn't sleep with the door or window open at night. I immediately asked for a change the next morning and in the end, had to see the very unsympathetic rep who did move us, but only across the corridor to a room that was only fractionally better. As we had paid alot for the stay and having read the reviews, we were very disappointed. Apparently, if you book direct or with a non-british package company, you get far superior rooms, with larger balconies, walk in showers and spectacular views. Other than that, we found the drinks very expensive and there is a major wasp problem at the hotel. It was so bad that we couldn't eat breakfast outside in the morning and the only relief came when the sun had set and we could eat out at night in peace. Why the hotel doesn't do something about them, as 3 guests were stung when we were there, and there was alot of complaints. We did take advantage of the boat trip which was very relaxing, only 10 of us and a nice day, but don't expect secluded coves, as we were moored up with some 10 other boats, at what was obviously a regular commercial thing. Another must is the Dalyan checkout which we took advantage of on our last day and it was great. The 4 T hotel we stayed at (the Dalyan Resort), was beautiful and much better than the Montana, pity we were homeward bound. On the whole, the staff at the Montana are excellent, it is very clean, but the rooms need upgrading and if you get chance, ask for a room beginning with a 1, that way you'll get a superior one. I would say it is better than average, but I personally wouldn't return.

Just Great

from A TripAdvisor Member
Everything was just great. Drinks were fairly expensive but what can you expect in a four star property? Cant speak highly enough of staff. Great position in the hills but the hotel does laay on a free bus service to the beach several times a day. Very much looking forward to our next visit in june o6.

Great place great people!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I had one of the best holidays ever... Great view, calm, and relaxing place... Only one problem with the receptionist, she only wanted to speak turkish with my wife so i didnt understand nothing... the wasps at breakfast time, but... aren´t they lovely on holidays??? Ah! and try to pay the check-out with credit card because their exchange is too low.
But I´m really looking forward coming back there. Excelent food and animation team...

Place to Go

from A TripAdvisor Member
Loved the Montana Pine resort, spent only a few days there and the only negative points were 1) there were 2 many wasps arounds and 2) I did not stay long enough. The staff are very friendly and helpdful, The rooms were all clean and air conditioned and the food was very good. I found the experience to be excellent and I would loved to have stayed longer. They operate a type of credit card system where you use the card to pay for facilites and services and you can settle up later, this saves you from worrying about carrying Money around. The resort is far enough away from the hustle of town life and very self contained, but not too far to visit the town and shops at reasonable prices. There is a free bus services to the beach and the Blue Lagoon is a must. The health spa if fantastic (mud and honey treatments the wife loved it) and the jacuzzi was heaven. I would not hesitate to stay at this resort again.

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  • montana pine hotel
  • montana pine hisaronu
  • Address: Ovacýk Ölüdeniz - Fethiye - 48300 - Turkey
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