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We stayed in a bungalow in Standard 2+2. A double bed + a bunk bed. We fit absolutely normally. The standard room and the standard bungalow cost the same. We really liked living in the bungalow! It's peaceful, picturesque, with birds chirping. And the area seems to expand. Because if you live in the main building or in the Annex, you won't want to miss out on this beauty again. We also really liked Greenwood itself. ❤️Everything is well-thought-out, beautiful, delicious, and soulful. And the location is great. Göynük is our favorite village! The views are breathtaking! The mountains are close, with air that has an unforgettable aroma. We dream of coming back, the kids are also really eager. This hotel definitely has its own charm!

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Great hotel 😍 I was there in July 2023, vacationing with my teenage kids, and I will definitely go back ❤️💫 The green grounds and numerous locations are a plus. There is a zoo and water slides for the little ones, and you can grab a snack there as well, with a lounge area available. There are always sunbeds available by the pool where there are no slides, so there's no rush to run there at 6:00 am. I wouldn't say that the territory is huge, but there's no overcrowding, and everyone will find a spot. The sea is not far at all, the beach may be small, but there was always enough space. There is a bar and even ice cream 🍧 at the beach. Packaged ice cream is also available in the hotel. The entertainment was good, with enough activities. The only downside is the absence of a disco. There are dance parties, but no disco club. There were many foreigners, which was nice as everything was civilized. I speak English, so it was heaven for me to communicate with native speakers. The hotel rooms were not necessarily lively, but they were only used for showering and sleeping. The hotel has a great location with a view of the mountains 😍 it's something else. I have been to many 5-star hotels, but this 4-star one resonated with me 💫❤️

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We stayed at this hotel from August 1st to August 8th. We usually stay at five-star hotels, but this time we decided to try a four-star hotel. Overall, we had a very pleasant experience. The food was good, although there was no children's menu. I was a bit cautious about drinking the local alcohol. We especially liked the renovated area with the slides. It was cozy and surrounded by greenery. We didn't spend much time at the main pool because of the mountains towering over it. It was convenient to have a snack bar nearby with burgers and other quick bites. My children don't like walking long distances, so the compactness of the hotel was a plus for us. They also had ice cream (Algida) and a bakery of some sort, but I'm not much of a dessert person, so I can't say much about it. The location of the hotel was a big plus for us. There were shopping malls, pharmacies, and other hotels like Kilikia, Kirmen, and Transatlantic nearby. For shopping, we took public transportation to Antalya (the Kemer-Antalya bus that runs through Gaynuk KA07, it's the only one in the village, air-conditioned buses, 55 lira per person) and went to the 5M Migros shopping center. The first impression of the hotel is formed by its façade and entrance, which were a bit worn out for some reason, but once you get past that, you don't pay much attention to these shortcomings. There seemed to be a kids' club, but we didn't go since our children aren't interested in those places anymore. In the evenings, the animators offered trips to nightclubs after the shows (we didn't go). I noticed that there were fewer Russian tourists compared to Europeans, such as English, Germans, and Eastern Europeans. There was no negativity towards Russians. As for future trips, I think it's possible to come back here if you're on a budget but still want to enjoy the beach and do some shopping.

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We stayed at this hotel from 06.09 to 16.09.2023. Everything was very good, we took the Ultra package. The hotel grounds are not large, but not small either. It's a very green and cozy hotel, with good entertainment every evening. The food is good, although the fish is not tasty 😂 In the evenings, they prepare various delicacies outside the main restaurant 😋 During the day, a woman near the second bar by the pool makes delicious donuts ❤️, and then she moves to the beach and prepares something similar to chebureki with different fillings - it's simply heavenly food 😂❤️ The beach is a 3-5 minute walk from the hotel, depending on your pace. There can be problems with the sunbeds, as we had an argument with a staff member of our hotel who seemed to be wandering around when we arrived at the beach. Several families with children were already waiting there, not knowing where to sit. He never brought the sunbeds with mattresses, so we had to wait for someone to leave. This is during the high season. At the beach bar, you can also eat and drink, everything is available. The hotel has pools for children, slides, etc. We stayed in a 4-story cottage, and the elevator periodically didn't work 🙈 If you don't pay attention to some minor details, it's a very decent four-star hotel, but not quite a five-star. We enjoyed our vacation, so these little things in life didn't bother us 😁 Wishing everyone a wonderful vacation ❤️

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Fast check-in. The room was on the 4th floor in the Annex building. It was an upgraded room, spacious and in satisfactory condition. Everything was tidy and clean. We had no complaints during our stay. Housekeeping was done every day. The balcony view was breathtaking. We really enjoyed it. We arrived late in the evening. We couldn't make it for the main dinner, but luckily there was a late dinner option available. The restaurant didn't offer a wide selection, but we were very hungry and grateful for it. The hotel area wasn't very large, but the location was very convenient. We didn't have to walk long distances. The pool, restaurant, and water park were just a few minutes away in any direction. It took us a leisurely 5 minutes to walk to the beach from the hotel. We had to pass through the bar to get to our room. It was beautiful! The beach was amazing. The water was clear. There were no issues with finding beach chairs. The area was a bit small, and there was no beach volleyball, but we could play at the neighboring beach. The bar and toilets were available. Drinks were also served. We did get bothered by a few small fish. We always found something to eat at the restaurant. Although the food was quite repetitive, we didn't come here just to eat. The evening grill wasn't great. Overall, the restaurant service was excellent. There was always seating available and the tables were quickly cleaned and organized. The staff was polite and helpful. We never left hungry. The only downside was when we had to remind them about our daughter's birthday celebration while we were already seated at the festive table and had finished eating. They eventually made up for it, although not very quickly. The cake was terrible. Sometimes we had lunch at the cafe in the water park, which was very convenient. They also served ice cream. Sometimes they wouldn't serve it at the scheduled time, but we applied the principle of "if I find it, I can have it." The poolside bar was almost always open and they also had snacks there. We weren't interested in the evening entertainment. We tried to get into it, but it seemed monotonous and boring as we had been to Turkey for the fifth time. However, the water park was fantastic! Our child was happy. Overall, we enjoyed our vacation. The hotel was excellent and we didn't want to leave. We wanted to stay here. Thanks to the hotel staff! Our vacation was unforgettable.

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We stayed at the hotel with my husband from September 24th to October 4th, 223. There is already a lot of information about the hotel in previous reviews, so I won't repeat it. I will briefly describe my impressions. Upon arrival, we were quickly checked into a room in the main building on the top floor (they didn't ask for a deposit). The room was very small, there was no space to turn around, although it had a sea view. We didn't plan to change rooms, as it wasn't critical for us since we only needed it for sleeping. However, in the morning, my husband couldn't approach the sink to wash and shave (he is very tall and broad-shouldered), so he had to do everything at arm's length. The sink is located between the wall and the shower cabin, and the space is very narrow, suitable only for petite people. On that same day, the elevator didn't work from early morning until noon. The reception said that it happens sometimes and they were trying to fix the problem. After several trips to the top floor and back, we decided to ask for a room change. The reception immediately responded to our request and gave us another room on the first floor, which was twice as large as the previous one (without asking for money). The cleaning service was provided every day, regardless of tips (we left them a couple of times). The hotel grounds are large and green, and the cleaners and gardeners work constantly. The pool is large, not deep, and the water is comfortable. The animators are very positive and friendly. If you don't want to participate in activities, no one will bother you, everything is very unobtrusive and based on your own desires. The beach is not far, there was enough space for everyone, and we could enter the sea without special footwear, it was comfortable for us. The sea is warm, with a beautiful view of the mountains. The food is not fancy, but there is variety. Everything we ate was delicious, and everything was fresh. The bartenders and waiters make a great effort and don't ignore any request. For us, the vacation was perfect. The hotel fully deserves all its 4 stars.

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This is the second time we have stayed at this hotel. I would like to express my gratitude to the professional management, especially to the manager Aikul! We arrived early in the morning and were checked in immediately without breakfast. They listened to all our requests regarding the room, as we asked for a quiet family room. They accommodated us exactly as we requested. And during check-out, they extended our stay for a couple of hours for free upon request. We were pleasantly surprised by such a caring attitude. The hotel has a beautiful green garden and plenty of seating areas to relax on a hot day. It also offers beautiful photo locations. The food is diverse, with plentiful options for meat, chicken, fish, and seafood. Almost every dinner includes national dishes and there is also a barbecue area. We ate to our heart's content. The children's entertainment is similar to what you would find elsewhere. My kids aren't particularly fond of staying in the mini-club, but my youngest went there a couple of times and came back with a bracelet. One cool addition was the mini water park. When we arrived and saw that there were no slides at the main pool anymore, we were initially disappointed. But then, at the back of the hotel, we discovered huge awesome slides for adults and a play area for the little ones. Everything was new and clean, and we had a blast there. The beach is across the road and has small stones. They aren't as sharp as the ones in Kemer, so you can walk without wearing flip flops. The hotel's location is convenient, with a bus stop nearby to Kemer (15 minutes, 17 lira) and Antalya (45 minutes, 35 lira). There's no need to transfer or travel far. There is a Migros store on the main road, a 2 km walk through a shopping street. From there, you can reach the ancient city of Phaselis without any transfers. The SPA area has a new team, and they offer Balinese massages. We didn't regret spending our money on it, and I highly recommend the basic program during the first few days. The price-quality ratio of the hotel completely satisfied us. Prices are generally high everywhere, so we tried to choose the optimal option. 14 days at Sherwood for four people cost the same as 7 days in Ulusoy (in the same village) or in Akkе. The difference is that you don't have to cross the road to reach the sea, and the food there is more varied. But we had a great time here, and among the 4-star hotels, it was a fantastic choice. We will definitely return!

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Spent vacation with my son's family. The daughter-in-law flew by plane, but the son and grandson (4 years old) were flying to the sea for the first time. I was very worried about them. But everything went well. Departure there and back without delays. They didn't serve food or water on the plane. Everything was paid. But I stocked up on food and water. So the flights didn't cause any trouble. Arrived in Antalya at 8 in the morning. It took us 1 hour to get to the hotel. We had breakfast. We checked into the room around 12 o'clock. We didn't have to wait until 2 o'clock. We had a family room. 2 rooms. One bathroom with a shower. 3 large towels and 3 small ones for 4 people. Although there should have been at least four (bath, face, hand, and head) in the 4-5 star category per person. 3 shampoos, 3 shower gels, 3 body creams. There was no hair conditioner at all. There was a box with 2 cotton swabs, 2 cotton pads, and a shower cap. The child apparently didn't need anything. He doesn't wash himself. Although the price for him was slightly lower than for an adult. But these are minor things. Towels for the child were brought to us, of course, upon our request. Towards the end of the vacation, we got tired of asking. But overall, everything was not bad. The rooms are spacious, the closets are roomy. TV and balcony in each room. Our balconies faced the neighboring hotel. It was noisy until 11 pm, but then it was quiet. Cleaning every day. About the air conditioners, it has already been mentioned. It's true. They can't be regulated, but when you open the balcony, they turn off. We were on the 4th floor and the balcony didn't have a roof. Everything on the balcony got wet when it rained. And it rained for 4 days in a row, but luckily, it was after lunch. The hotel grounds are quite large, clean, with a lot of greenery and flowers. Beautiful and cozy. Huge swimming pool. The depth is constant at 14 cm. There is a frog park for kids nearby. There is also an adult and kids' water park a bit in the other direction. The food was wonderful, varied, and you could always snack on something. There was enough of everything, and even more. I want to talk about the beach. It's not too far away. It's good that we didn't have to pass by shops and vendors. It seemed like a wasteland on the way to the beach. But you have to cross the road. There were rarely any cars. There was always space on the beach, despite the fact that towels were lying lonely on the sunbeds. There was an elderly couple, Germans, I think. They didn't hesitate. They approached and threw their towels wherever they liked. There is sand in the sunbed area, but the approach to the sea is rough. I read reviews where they said you can go without special shoes. And I believed it in vain. We all, except for my son, had to buy shoes because we couldn't enter the sea barefoot. There were rocks and large pebbles. My son managed somehow. The sea is literally 4-5 meters deep and then instantly deep. But it's not critical. Children have a place to swim. There was an unpleasant incident. Our sink got clogged. The water was draining slowly. Well, or not draining at all. I went to the reception around 12 o'clock. There was an unpleasant-looking middle-aged man and a girl. They didn't understand Russian. Both of them!? I explained our problem with the help of Yandex Translator (by the way, the Wi-Fi is free, it works great, even on the beach). They understood. They wrote it down in the journal. They said to wait. I waited until 1 pm. Silence. I went to the reception again - a young man who spoke Russian. Wonderful. A technician came in 15 minutes and quickly fixed everything. Animation was working at the hotel. No one came to the beach. I really wanted to do aqua-aerobics in the sea. But, alas. The guys were great, they entertained by the pool during the day. My son suggested arm wrestling to the animators. But for some reason, they didn't support him. And I haven't seen this sport in other hotels either. Why not? In the evening, there was children's entertainment, at 9:30 there were concerts. Artists performed. Mostly dancing. I liked it. There were Germans, Poles, Kazakhs, Russians, Ukrainians, Turks, and Arabs at the hotel. I heard French and English. The Russians were treated the same as other guests at the hotel. I didn't witness any conflicts or discrimination among the vacationers. Everything was quiet and peaceful. We didn't feel any earthquakes. In general, everything was great. A good vacation. Good weather, despite the rain. Departure home at 10 pm. We were at the beach until 11 am. Then we vacated the room and went to the pool. We sunbathed a bit more until it started raining. We left the hotel at 5:30 pm. There was a stop at the store. And here we are at home. I recommend the hotel. Maybe I missed something. If you have any questions, write them down. I will answer everything. Have a great vacation and good luck choosing a hotel to your liking!

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We stayed at the hotel with friends from mid-October until the hotel closed for winter. The hotel is lovely and worth the money. It is important to understand that it is a 4-star hotel and should not be compared to 5-star hotels in terms of service and amenities. I stayed at Amare in May (there is a review on my page) - it is a completely different level. Initially, we booked a standard room, but when we checked in, we realized that we did not want to stay in that room as it overlooked the pool and was located above the restaurant. The standard rooms are slightly smaller than the bungalows. We asked the reception to change our room and they showed us another room in the main building. We didn't like it. Apparently, we annoyed the staff with our "whims" and they offered us a bungalow, where we moved on the third day. The bungalows are cooler than the rooms (considering that the air conditioners in the hotel work on a schedule - central air conditioning). We heard that the guests suffering from the heat in the hotel during the summer. There are enough toiletries in the room. There is a refrigerator, but they didn't replenish the water, so we had to get it ourselves (there are several refrigerators with water on the premises). There was no kettle, but we asked for one and they brought it to us. The housekeeping could be better as towards the end of the season, some of the staff left and the remaining employees did not have enough time to clean thoroughly. But they always did everything if asked separately. They even changed the sheets every other day. The food at the hotel is good. In terms of variety, it's not amazing, but there is everything you need and we didn't go hungry, in fact, we even gained some weight))). The most important thing is that the dishes prepared at the hotel are very tasty and made with love. I want to express my immense gratitude to the kind female cook who baked pancakes and made omelets for us in the morning, and in the afternoon, she baked delicious gözlemes and donuts. She radiated so much kindness and positivity. There was a grill every evening with fish, meat, and patties. There were also plenty of fruits, but for some reason, there were no watermelons, which was strange. The beach is a 5-minute walk away. The beach is nice and there were enough sunbeds for everyone. There is a beach bar that serves drinks, and from 12 to 2 pm, they serve snacks (grilled meats or patties, potatoes, salads, fruits). The sea was perfect, with temperatures of +26 degrees Celsius until the end of October. Shopping didn't go as planned this time. Prices have skyrocketed, even compared to spring. We went to Kemer for the pharmacy and managed to visit Antalya and explore the old town. All in all, we were satisfied with the trip. The hotel is good, without excesses or pretentiousness. I want to thank all the staff - reception, chefs, and housekeepers - thank you for a wonderful stay! If I have the opportunity, I will definitely come back again.

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The hotel is located on the second line, not far from the beach. The beach has rough pebbles, but the sea is clean and gentle. There is a wonderful pool and slides for children. That's it! The pros end here. We were greeted by a rude-looking person, either the administrator or a bellboy. Grabbing our suitcases, he ran across the hotel grounds and arrived on the third floor of the building without an elevator! The steps were high and wet! The cleaner with a hose was washing the dirt from the upper floor to the first one, disregarding everyone. When we asked to change rooms because my mother, who is 68 years old, cannot climb stairs multiple times a day, they told us the hotel was full. After a day of negotiations, the same rude person showed us a room with three beds for four people as an alternative. So we had to sleep on a bunk bed on the third floor. But calling it "sleeping" is an overstatement! Sleeping on that mattress was impossible! It was like sleeping on a piece of wood. The room cleaning consisted of changing towels and making the bed without changing the sheets. The promised water in the room never appeared. There is almost no air conditioning!! And this is during 35 degrees Celsius. It makes noise and rattles, but doesn't cool down the room. But the worst part is the Wi-Fi!! It is almost non-existent. At first, it connects, but then it disappears. It doesn't catch a signal in the room and constantly asks for a connection. The neighboring hotels have better internet reception! In the evening, the lobby is crowded because it is the only place with internet and coolness. The food variety in the restaurant is not great, but acceptable. There are plenty of fruits. The bar is minimal, and the drinks become diluted towards the end of the week. Overall, if you want to simply waste your money, buy a lottery ticket, but do not stay at this hotel!

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We stayed at the hotel in September of the year 223, with two adults and a 4-year-old child. We arrived late and checked into the hotel around 23:00. We were quickly accommodated. We had booked a bungalow, and that's where we were placed. I want to say that the rooms do need renovation, but it's not as critical as other reviews claim. Our room was in building 3 (closest to the stage, about 5 meters away) on the first floor (very convenient - no stairs to climb and the ability to enter through the balcony). The quietest buildings in the evening are 4, 5, and 6. But the evening disco didn't bother our child at all. The territory is very green and well-maintained, with neatly trimmed grass and collected leaves. It's clean everywhere, with trash bins at every step. And the view of the mountains is a separate delight. I really liked the separation of the children's and adults' areas. The water park is located behind the bungalows, along with the kids' club, playground, and mini zoo. There is also a bar where you can grab a snack. By the way, snacks are available all day here. When breakfast is over, the bars with hot food start operating, and there were three types of ice cream (you can have as much as you want without any problems), pastries, and donuts. The hungriest hours are from 17:00 to 19:00, two hours before dinner. You can also have a snack/replace lunch on the beach. I want to point out an important detail for me! I am very particular about public toilets. Well, here, I was pleasantly surprised. The toilets near the pools and on the beach were always clean, with no unpleasant odors. I constantly observed them being cleaned throughout the day. Activities are hosted near the main pool. The animators are very tactful, they don't bother you, and they invite you to play and participate in aqua aerobics and fitness. In general, the staff is very friendly, I didn't see any rudeness from their side. There was a very persistent companion from the spa who constantly tried to sell us a massage for $45, and he got upset with us in the end. I won't write much about the beach since it has already been described in previous reviews. We always found a spot for three people. We didn't use snorkels, but it's easier to go into the sea with them, and the fish tend to nibble if you stand still. If you're traveling with kids, I highly recommend visiting the Dino Park. It is located 1.5 km away from the hotel, but it's not convenient to go there on your own. It's a wonderful place, as if you're in the jungle among roaring dinosaurs. There is also a zoo (included in the price), a relaxation area with pools (so bring your swimsuits), dinosaur excavations, and a photo zone in the greenhouse. We spent 2 hours there and paid $75 for three people (we booked the tour through our guide). I have been to Turkey for vacation multiple times before and have seen different hotels. I would gladly return to Greenwood again!!! And most importantly, it depends on the mindset with which you go. If you're looking for flaws, even the best hotel will disappoint you. We came to relax and had a great time despite some shortcomings with the room.

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We stayed at the hotel from 6th July 223 to 12th July 223. When we arrived, our room was not ready, so they offered us to wait for 15 minutes. After that, they offered us a family room without any additional charge. The food was satisfactory for us. Considering it is a 4-star hotel, there was always watermelon, melons, fruits, sweets, meat, chicken, and turkey. The variety of salads was impressive, so you wouldn't go hungry. The service in the restaurant and bars was fast. It took us 5 minutes to walk to the beach, and there were always available spots. I liked that no one reserved spots by leaving towels. We didn't spend much time at the pool since we specifically came for the sea, which was wonderful, clean, calm, and warm. We really enjoyed everything.

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We were at the hotel from August 17, 223 to August 24, 223 with our family (two adults, children aged 7 and 16). When choosing the hotel, I was looking for activities for the children, proximity to the sea, and the least risk of food poisoning or any gastrointestinal virus. Overall, the hotel had many Polish, German, English, Belarusian, Russian, and Ukrainian guests (I can tell by the way they speak and by the children who talked about themselves at the mini disco). 1. Accommodation. I booked a junior family room (a 4-meter room with a partial partition in the middle) and knew it would be in the annex building (near the stage). We arrived at the hotel at 13:3 and got our room immediately. It was on the 2nd floor, closest to the stage with a view of the pool. Since I had read reviews, I knew it would be noisy in the evening and tried to ask the staff member who escorted us to the room how to get a room on the opposite side. But he replied that there were no available rooms today. On the first evening, we were shocked by the loudness of the entertainment program (officially ending at 23:00, but as mentioned before, sometimes people who haven't finished their drinks still make noise near the pool for another hour. Since our local time was +4 hours from Turkish time, we really wanted to sleep, but it was impossible). In the following days, we got used to it somewhat, slept after lunch, and the kids passed out from exhaustion and music, but we couldn't really get a good rest on this vacation. In the morning, when leaving the room for breakfast, I met a Russian family who stayed in a room on the opposite side (facing the road), and asked if it was quieter there. They replied that the music might be slightly quieter, but the buses drive by day and night on the road, not a pleasant experience. The room was cleaned, garbage was taken out, and water was provided. Towels were folded, and beds were made. We had no complaints about daily towel change or bed linen, considering it's not a mine. The air conditioner worked, but it was noisy. Temperature control wasn't possible, only two positions: on or off. We had to turn it off at night (the noise was like on an airplane), otherwise it would disturb our sleep. There were mosquitoes (later, when walking, we saw a ditch overgrown with tall grass when turning right from the hotel grounds, so theoretically there's a breeding place for mosquitoes). 2. The sea. We went to the sea from 8 am to 1 pm and from 4 pm to 6 pm. The sea was excellent, clear and clean, only a 5-minute walk away. The beach had sand, and there was a strip of pebbles about 2-3 meters at the water's edge. My husband and kids swam and dived with goggles, and in the morning, they fed the fish. There were many fish, and if you stand still, they nibble. Sunbeds were always available. Around 5 pm, the beach attendant would start removing the mattresses from the white sunbeds, but it was still fine without a mattress on the green mesh sunbeds. 3. Food. We liked everything. For lunch and dinner, there were always several types of meat, fish, vegetables, and everything you would usually find in Turkish hotels. Nothing ran out, and everything was constantly replenished. There were always peaches, nectarines, plums, pears, and watermelon as fruits. In the evening, there was also melon and occasionally grapes. Beef was a bit tough a couple of times, but overall, we had no complaints about the food. The coffee from the machines was decent unless the milk ran out. The juices were some kind of concentrate, also from machines, not that great. We don't drink alcohol, so I can't say anything about that. 4. The water park was popular among many guests. The slides were open from 1 pm to 12 pm and from 2 pm to 4 pm. The adult slides were the best, especially the two-seater ones. When it was crowded, we had to wait for the two-seaters, but it wasn't a big deal. On the other slides, you could feel the joints, and the backside would get hot. But on the last day, the kids went on all the slides without any issues. 5. The grounds. Everything was constantly cleaned, trimmed, and watered. It was beautiful and clean. 6. What we didn't like. Despite the administration stating that it was not allowed to reserve sunbeds with personal belongings, they were always occupied, both at the beach and by the pool. I don't understand who always needs more space and why they have to reserve everything early in the morning?! The internet was bad everywhere, but it was somewhat usable until 1 pm. And the loud entertainment program in the evening, as I mentioned before. Those seeking peace and quiet should take note of this. BUT! Our younger son keeps asking to come here again next year and nowhere else! Thanks to the hotel staff for everything. We might come back if the prices don't skyrocket.

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We stayed at the hotel as a family of 4 people (3 adults and a 16-year-old teenager). We have been to Turkey for the 7th time, so we have something to compare it with. About the hotel: 1) Room We had a 2-room Family room. As we understood, all 2-room rooms are located in the main building on the 4th floor (under the roof). The room has an interconnecting door, 2 balconies (since it's the top floor, there is no roof above them), 2 TVs (about 5 Russian channels, none in Russian for children). The central air conditioning system is located above the door, so it doesn't blow directly on the bed, which is a plus for us. It worked well: it didn't blow like crazy, but it wasn't uncomfortably hot either. During the day, it was lowered, but sometimes it even got cold by the morning. You can adjust or turn off the air conditioning system in each room. The rooms are not new, but overall, they are cozy and tidy. Since the room is under the roof, the ceiling is uneven, but even in the lowest places, you can stand upright. The bathroom has a half-partitioned tub, so when you wash, the entire floor in the bathroom gets wet. All family rooms overlook either the pool or the stage of this hotel or the neighboring one (Karmir). Ours faced our pool. During the day, there is music playing, but with the balcony closed, you can hardly hear it. However, the evening shows vary: if there is karaoke, you can sleep, but if there is a disco with loud bass, you have to try. Nevertheless, everything always quieted down by 11 PM. Most likely, it's quieter in the bungalows. 2) Entertainment The entertainment is very unobtrusive. Throughout the day, there are morning exercises, Zumba, aqua aerobics, bocce, pool games, etc. There is children's entertainment as well. In the evenings, there are shows: live music every other day (not always well-performed), karaoke once, a disco once, and 5 dance programs (some are very professional, some are amateur). The stage is not particularly comfortable, there is no amphitheater as usual, but there are tables with chairs, so half of the audience comes not to watch the show, but to drink and smoke: they smoke right in your face and walk back and forth with glasses. 3) Territory The hotel territory is not very large, but it fits everything: there is a water park, sports grounds, a stage, a pool, a mini-zoo, a kids' club, and lots of greenery. The pool is large, but it always has many people swimming in it, and they don't clean it very well, but they pour plenty of chlorine: the water is a bit turbid, with hairs floating in it. The pool with slides is newer and cleaner. The slides themselves are great, which is quite rare for a 4-star hotel. It's almost impossible to find a free sunbed near the pools, so we put our things on nearby tables and chairs. There is a spa, several shops, a photographer, and a hairdresser in the hotel (they do braids/temporary tattoos). 4) Food The food is very good. Besides the main restaurant, you can have lunch at the restaurant near the pool (there isn't much variety, but it's tasty) or at the beach bar (we didn't try it). Everything is delicious in the restaurant, with a wide variety to suit every taste. They always serve beef, chicken, turkey, fish, and sometimes lamb. They often serve delicacies like mussels, squid, shrimp, tuna, dragon fruit, and they cook a grill for dinner every day. There are no big queues (except for the grill). As for the negatives: there is no porridge, the omelet is tasteless (they don't cook it individually, they just put everything on a tray), the soups are not tasty, the vegetables are not always fresh, and the fruits are not always ripe. The tea is delicious in teapots, but the coffee and juices are only from the machine (coffee from the coffee machine is served in the lobby bar). They quickly clean the tables in the dining area, so you can always find a free one. 5) Beach It takes about 6 minutes to walk to the beach, but you have to cross the road. The road is not as empty as some reviews say, there is a pedestrian crossing, but you still need to be careful. There are toilets, changing rooms, and you can always find free sunbeds at the beach. There is no pier, only a pontoon. The entrance to the sea is gravelly, it's quite steep, but most people manage without water shoes. The water is clean, you can see the bottom. We discovered a drain near the beach of the neighboring Mirage hotel where crows gather, but it is quite far from the Greenwood beach. In general, the beach is clean, but if you dig into the sand, you can find cigarette butts or sunflower seeds. Sometimes there are waves, but it can also be very calm. 6) Location There are many souvenir shops near the hotel, and there are pharmacies as well. Not far from the hotel, at the Crystal hotel, there is an Outlet center (the largest outlet in Kemer), where you can buy clothes, souvenirs, wine, and shampoo with slippers; they accept Mir card. It takes about 15 minutes by bus to get to the center of Kemer, and there is a bus stop opposite the Queen's Park hotel. 7) Service The staff is polite, but not everyone speaks Russian (on the day of arrival, we had to communicate in English at the reception, and the housekeepers don't understand Russian either). Our safe was broken, and it was immediately replaced with another one; we asked for an extra bed, and it was brought right away. Wi-Fi is free, it works well in the lobby but weakly in the rooms. They cleaned our room every day. The only thing worth noting is the spa and fur shop on the hotel's territory: their representatives won't leave you alone during the first week of your vacation, they go around the entire territory, constantly asking why you don't want to visit their spa/shop (these two speak Russian perfectly). Overall, the hotel left a good impression, we had a good rest, and none of the 4 of us got sick. I think the hotel is more suitable for families with children than for young people.

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The hotel was chosen primarily for the comfortable stay of the child (8 years old). It was important: 1. Water slides (open from 1 to 12 and from 14 to 16) - the child couldn't get enough of them. By the way, there are slides for older children and adults near the ones for kids. There is also a bar and snack stand. The pool is located near the restaurant. Next to the adult pool, there is a children's frog pond (separated by a grate). 2. Clean water in the sea and a good entrance (that's why we chose a pebble beach) - the entry is shallow and long, perfect for those who can't swim (like my daughter and me). 3. Close proximity to the sea - about 2 meters away, walking is not difficult, on asphalt. There is a crosswalk, I was afraid there would be a lot of cars. In reality, there were hardly any cars, so we could cross freely. 4. Delicious and varied food - I focused on stewed vegetables, cheese, and olives. Fish, beef, chicken, turkey, and minced meat dishes were always present... as well as a wide selection of desserts. The peaches and nectarines were unripe, but after a couple of days in the room, they ripened. Watermelon and melon were served in the evenings. There was enough food for everyone, dishes like stuffed peppers (zucchini), dolma, and cutlets looked similar to ours. They were prepared in their own style. The local Olivier salad was amusing - the vegetables were cut the size of a matchbox. But I still ate it, it was fine. The queues were small and fast. There was always seating available. The dishes were clean. 5. Children's entertainment - every day there was a concert at 2-3 pm with the children, a mini zoo with rabbits and chickens, as well as 2 slides with swings on the territory, and a playground (we didn't go there). The territory itself was well-maintained, with lots of greenery and flowers, and the staff were friendly and understood Russian. 6. The reception was also responsive and Russian-speaking (which was important for me when choosing a hotel). The room was good (but I'm not one of those who inspect every corner with a magnifying glass), there was nothing glaringly wrong. We had a bungalow on the 1st floor next to the children's slides, which turned out to be very convenient. 7. The room was cleaned regularly. They provided shampoos, gels, and soap. Wi-Fi was free and accessible on the beach. The safe cost 2 dollars per day, but we didn't use it. Beach towels were provided at the hammam (free of charge). There were several Russian channels on TV, but we didn't watch much. The air conditioning was network-controlled. The shower cabin was designed in such a way that the floor wouldn't get wet. We simply wore slippers in the room. Or you can lay one towel on the floor. 8. If you need to go to the Migros 5M Shopping Center in Antalya (that was also the purpose of my visit), you can cross the pedestrian crossing and wait for dolmush 7 (a local minibus, just raise your hand). When boarding, tell the driver "Migros". The fare is 4 lira and the journey takes about 45 minutes. To return, take the same dolmush number (you need to cross the upper walkway to the stop). When boarding, tell the driver the name of the hotel and the area (Gainuk-Greenwood). In Migros, all prices are in lira. There is an exchange office on the 3rd floor. Cafes are also located on the 3rd floor. If you want to go to Kemer from Greenwood (we went to Vaykiki), we exit the hotel and without crossing the road, wait for the same route 7 bus and tell the driver "Vaykiki" when boarding. The journey takes 15 minutes. The stop is near the mosque, and from there you need to walk about 1 meter back to see the large Vaykiki. To return, wait at the stop that is on the side of Vaykiki (you understand, it's the same 7 dolmush). By the way, I applied for a tax refund for purchases (tax-free) - not as much as I would have liked... but still something. Turning left from the hotel, you will find shopping rows. And near the Atlantic hotel (it's a ship), there are also 2 pharmacies and small shops. We really enjoyed our stay, the hotel is more for a peaceful family vacation with children (although there is some evening disco there), I really liked it, and my daughter also says that we should come back to Greenwood next time. If you have any questions, write on Instagram @oliaka.

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We stayed at a hotel with my son in June 222 and returned in June 223. I bought the voucher before the information about the water park came out, so it was a pleasant surprise! The water park is great, everything is new, and they managed to build it all in just five months! We really like the hotel, so we might come back again. The food was very good for a 4-star hotel. The internet on the premises was excellent this year, but it was not as good at the beach. The territory is beautiful and green. Our room was completely new, but the shower was poorly designed - there was always a puddle on the floor. The staff - waiters, bartenders, receptionists, lifeguards - were all very nice and friendly. However, there was one downside - there was only one girl working at the reception, while the rest were men. And this girl spoiled the experience - she was disrespectful to the guests. If a guest did not speak English well, she would simply turn away and leave, or roll her eyes. An unpleasant person! Fortunately, the water park, the large pool, and the beach are separate now, so the crowds disperse, and there are always free sunbeds everywhere. I want to mention that the lifeguards on the slides do a good job of ensuring a safe descent and not allowing people to go until the previous person has left. I also want to highlight the cleanliness everywhere - great attention is paid to this. The beach and the territory are constantly swept and cleaned. For me, the only major downside of the hotel that cannot be changed is the noise in the evenings. We go to bed at 21-22 o'clock, do not attend shows or discos, and wake up early. But the music is loud until 23 o'clock. Only extreme fatigue helps - you can fall asleep despite any noise. Also, the air conditioner is not convenient and poorly regulated, as mentioned in previous reviews.

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So everyone praises the hotel, but the first thing that should be mentioned in its description is: For those who love noise and bustle! The main building, endless noise from the restaurant ventilation system and central air conditioning. It is not possible to adjust the air conditioner by yourself. And even with the balcony door closed, there is a constant noise and buzz from the street and the central air conditioner. There is no chance to enjoy silence, sea air, and nature sounds, only the buzz. For the same reason, you will try to sleep with the air conditioner on at night, it is not possible to ventilate the room, the noise from the ventilation system is so persistent and uninterrupted, you feel like you are resting at an industrial plant where work is constantly going on or next to an airplane with engines running that never shuts off. But the main attraction is the entertainment program, do you want to relax? No, loud live music with tourists screaming will continue until 23:00 and even an hour longer. This applies to ALL rooms facing the pool and consequently the stage. The other side is the pool and the animation area of another hotel. Maybe in the bungalows, it is a bit calmer, but only at night. No peace, no sounds of nature, you won't relax in any hotel room. Closing the balcony door doesn't save you from the noise, they frolic and dance above your head. The rooms themselves are old, cracks and mold everywhere. They attempted to do some cosmetic repairs, but it was all done hastily. There is one piece of wallpaper there, another one there. There is nothing above the bed except dirt and mold! The rooms are small. The standard double bed is only 1.4 meters wide and there is another bed next to it, why? If there are two of us? The bed linen is all stained. Instead of a blanket, you have a cover and no sheet. The best rooms, as always, are reserved for Turkish hospitality. Europeans are in the last rows. Food - there is no need to praise it, you won't go hungry, it's their duty - 4 stars. There are clear standards. But even those are not followed. Internet, mobile connection is better. Buy Turkish SIM cards, but not at the airport. The sea - Kemer is not the same anymore. There is garbage floating near the shore, it feels like sewage is being discharged somewhere. A ruined vacation is guaranteed in this hotel. The children's slides won't outweigh all the negativity from everything around.

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We stayed at this hotel for the second time from May 29, 2023, to June 11, 2023 (our first visit was in 2018). Initially, we knew where we were going and wanted to avoid surprises from unknown hotels. We stayed as a family of four, a couple with a child and a grandmother. Now, let's go in order: 1. Check-in. We arrived after 9 pm, and our rooms were already ready. We initially booked one room for three people, while the grandmother stayed separately. We didn't like one of the rooms, but they changed it for us the next day without any extra charge. We are thankful for that. At the end of May, the hotel had approximately 4% occupancy, which probably contributed to the quick resolution of our issue. 2. Rooms. Firstly, you need to decide what you want because this hotel offers a wide variety of rooms. There are rooms with a view of the pool/entertainment area and mountains (although they are noisy until 11 pm :)), rooms with a view of the mountains and the neighboring Carmir hotel (where you hear less noise), rooms in the annex building across the main one (1. with a view of the pool and mountains - noisier due to the nearby entertainment stage, 2. with a view of the mountains and road - where you can see all the moving vehicles, although it's not a highway). There are also separate three-story bungalows (with views of trees, mountains, water park slides, children's playground, and a petting zoo). According to other guests in the bungalows, it can be a bit humid there due to many shaded rooms, but it's exceptionally quiet. The hotel and rooms are not new, so be prepared for refurbished furniture, doors, plumbing, etc. In the rooms, there is a centrally controlled air conditioner, which you can either turn on or off (temperature and airflow cannot be adjusted by guests :)). However, if it's not hot outside, the central air conditioning may not be turned on, and it won't work even if you try to turn it on :). The mirror in the room always amused us - when you look into it while standing, you can only see your stomach, but not your head :). The room also includes a safe, LCD TV, hairdryer, shampoo/shower gel/soap/conditioner/lotion/shower cap/cotton pads and sticks (a decent range of amenities). 3. Entertainment. The entertainment team this year was impressive for both adults and children, including the kids' club. The team is always visible, conducts activities according to the schedule, and invites everyone to events, even if you declined the day before, all done with a smile and without being pushy. You can play darts, water polo, boules, table tennis. Zumba and step aerobics classes alternate throughout the week. There is no beach volleyball, but you can join the games organized by Carmir or Fame hotels on the beach. The animators actively engage with the hotel guests throughout the day and invite everyone to dance to live music at the evening shows or DJ parties, and they themselves dance with the guests every day. There is no organized entertainment on the beach. For children, besides the kids' club, there is a mini disco - standard stuff, kids have fun :). I would like to express a special gratitude to animator Enes (sociable, creates a positive atmosphere, organizes lots of activities) and the head of the animation team (a professional in his field). 4. Service. Don't hesitate to give tips, even small ones. It will enhance your vacation, uplift your mood, and improve the service quality ;). The bartenders at the bar pour delicious cocktails with a smile and are willing to have a chat. The waitstaff promptly clear the tables. If you want more attention, pay a bit more attention to the staff. 5. Housekeeping. The room is cleaned every day (floors are mopped, towels are changed, water and toiletries are replenished, and the bed is neatly made). 6. Food. It is standard, like in most 4-star hotels. The food is tasty, there is a variety to choose from, the menu repeats, and there is a grill station outside (there is usually a queue for the grill at the beginning of dinner in June when the hotel is at around 1% occupancy from May 1-15 :)). There is always fish, meat, and chicken prepared in different variations. Fruits include watermelons, melons, apples, peaches, pears, oranges, and grapefruits. The food and variety are good, but don't expect to see gourmet dishes. 7. Beach and sea. The beach is large, and there are enough sunbeds. While we were there, they added several sunshades and many sunbeds with mattresses. There are also sunbeds without mattresses, which are also comfortable. Everything is clean, and the beach attendant constantly cleans up. The entrance to the sea is a mix of small and large pebbles, without boulders or slabs (it is more comfortable in aqua shoes). It is around five meters deep after a few steps, and the entry is not shallow. The best thing is the view of the mountains while swimming - it's indescribable! There is a beach bar (open from 9 am to 6 pm) serving beer, lemonades, ayran, ice cream, tea, coffee, and you can have a snack here for lunch. 8. Water park - there was very little information about it, and we thought it was still a concept, but it was already fully operational! It pleasantly surprised us because in 2018, there were only two regular slides for adults and a couple of children's slides. Now, there is a mini water park for kids and five good slides for adults! A fantastic transformation! Next to the slides, there is a snack bar with all the tasty treats. For those who have read this far)))) In summary, it's a solid and straightforward four-star hotel without unnecessary pomp. We had positive emotions after our vacation.

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I stayed at the hotel from September 24th to October 3rd, 222, in room 331. The hotel is decent for its price, the territory is small, the food is nothing special but you won't go hungry. I am writing this review solely because of the dishonesty of the staff. I had a late departure, and after checking out, I left my suitcase and belongings in the storage room. Unfortunately, I forgot my jacket and sweater in the package. As soon as I arrived home, I immediately called the hotel regarding my forgotten items, and they confirmed that they had found them and put them in the storage room. I sent five emails to their email address and also messaged them via WhatsApp and Instagram, asking them not to move my things and that I would collect them in May 223. But unfortunately, I did not receive a response to any of my emails, the staff simply ignored them. In May 223, I stayed at the Queen's Park le Jardin hotel, and when I called Sherwood reception, they told me that my items were not there. I know that items should be stored for six months, but I specifically asked them to keep them for me. Based on the fact that I didn't receive a response to any of my emails, I assume that my items were taken on the second day after my departure. I am writing about this situation here only because no one wants to communicate via email. I am awaiting comments from the hotel management regarding this situation.

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I would like to start this review by expressing my gratitude to the management and all the staff of the hotel for our wonderful stay, their friendliness, and responsiveness. The staff is very welcoming, hardworking, and diligent. All the questions at the reception were resolved instantly. All the positive reviews about the hotel are true. The territory is green and well-maintained. It is pleasant to sit in the gazebo in the evening. There is internet access everywhere, even on the beach. The room was cleaned every day, and the towels were changed daily as well. The toiletries were constantly replenished. The food was exceptional. There was a wide variety of meat dishes, fresh fish every day, plenty of vegetables and fruits. They feed you all day and everywhere. It is impossible to lose weight here. Special thanks to the chef for the delicious and diverse food. It takes 5-7 minutes to walk to the sea. The beach is across the road and has its own cafe, bar, pancakes, burgers, fries, fruits, and vegetables, as well as drinks. The sea has a gradual entrance, so there is no need for coral shoes. The water is clean and transparent. The entertainment program is top-notch. There were invited artists, and the disco lasted until 11 pm. I highly recommend this hotel for a family vacation. I would gladly return to SHERWOO GREENWOO hotel.

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We stayed with our 3-year-old child in July 222. We had to wait for check-in for almost 2 hours. At the reception, they offered to check us in faster for an additional fee, but we declined. It was lunchtime, so we had no problem having lunch. Our room was in a separate building. From the balcony, we could see the mountains and a bit of the sea. The furniture was not new. Our child had a separate bed, and we had a double bed. There was also a sofa in the room that could be turned into a bed if needed. So, there were enough sleeping arrangements. The air conditioning worked well, and the room was cleaned daily, which was good. The hotel grounds were small, but you could take a walk. There was a large pool with slides (operating on a schedule) and a children's pool. Next to the children's pool, there was a kids' animation area, a playground (a bit run-down, but you could swing and go down a slide), and a mini zoo where there were rabbits, pigeons, and chickens. At the main pool, the sun loungers were mostly occupied, but you could find one or two available. The water was warm. There were enough sun loungers on the beach, but they were placed very close together. The mattresses were removed from the loungers at night and brought back in the morning. The beach had small stones, so it was more comfortable to wear water shoes. The sea was calm and clean. From the sea, you could see the mountains. There was also a beach bar where you could get water, coffee, ayran, sweet drinks, and beer. You could also have lunch there, with options like french fries, pasta, burgers, and salads. They also made fresh flatbreads, but you had to wait for a while as there were many people interested. The flatbreads were delicious, and you could choose the filling yourself. The beach was less than a minute's walk from the hotel. The breakfasts and lunches were repetitive, but we never went hungry. Dinner included a grill section, which offered more variety. Some dishes were good, while others didn't suit our taste. There were two bars on the hotel grounds where you could get non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks (including cocktails). They also made milkshakes for children. There was another hotel shaped like a ship nearby, where a street with shops and pharmacies was located. There was also a shopping center. There was a dinosaur park nearby, which you could walk to, but we opted to take a taxi (they were right outside the hotel). There was also a bus stop near the hotel, from where you could go to larger shopping centers. In the evenings, there was a kids' disco, followed by various performances. There was one evening when a DJ came. There were also invitations to clubs with transfers. They extended our check-out time by 2 hours without any additional charge. Overall, we had mixed feelings about the reception. We liked the hotel in general. It wasn't amazing, but we chose it and our expectations were met.

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I always read hotel reviews, but this is the first time I am writing a review. My husband and I arrived on the evening of September 29, 2022, and were only able to have a late dinner (from 11 pm). We were accommodated in the main building on the 4th floor with a partial view of the sea and the hotel pool, where the entertainment arena is located. The music was loud even after midnight. In the morning, we rushed to change rooms. We were moved to bungalow number 326. The room was good with one double bed and 1.5 single beds. The plumbing was good. All the bungalows were surrounded by greenery. The music was barely audible. However, I read in previous reviews about the mini zoo: one cage had chickens and 2 roosters, and another cage had an insane rooster that would wake everyone up with loud and unpleasant crowing at 3 or 4 am, and would crow every 5-1 minutes from 4 or 5 am. My husband and some neighbors were not bothered by it, but I never got used to it. I closed the balcony, turned on the air conditioner, and slept with earplugs. It didn't always help. I asked the reception staff and the director to cover the rooster at night. They only offered to move us, but I realized that if there were any quiet rooms in this hotel, there were very few of them. So we declined. There were also rabbits and pigeons in cages. Everything else was simply wonderful. The food was amazing: the main restaurant served breakfast from 7 am to 1 pm, lunch from 12-3 to 2 pm, and dinner from 7 pm to 10 pm. For breakfast, there were scrambled eggs, omelets, and pancakes with Nutella on the outdoor terrace, and a wide selection of dishes inside the building. For dinner, there was grilled fish, meat, and vegetables on the outdoor grill, and a large variety of dishes inside. Everything was delicious and diverse, and we gained some extra weight. There were two bars near the pool and on the beach where we could eat and drink. The bars served tasty ayran and ice cream from 2 pm to 4 pm. On the beach, they served delicious gözleme with four different fillings from 11 am. We were well-fed from morning till evening. We found the mosquito repellant and clothesline useful. The balcony only had a four-rod hanger on the wall. The beach was a 5-minute walk away, not tiring at all. The sunbeds and mattresses were comfortable. There were large tents on top, but the sunbeds by the sea were not covered. We always arrived early and chose the same sunbeds. Towels were provided at the SPA at 9 am, and we changed them in the evening when we returned from the sea (before 6 pm). The air temperature ranged from 3 to 33 degrees Celsius, and the last two days were 27-28 degrees Celsius (with 22-23 degrees Celsius in the morning). The sea was very warm, around 25-26 degrees Celsius. The sea was calm at times and stormy at others, but the waves were gentle and did not throw us onto the pebbles near the shore. We even swam towards the buoys during the biggest waves. The beach had small pebbles, but they were not sharp. We swam without snorkeling gear for the first 5 days, and then with them. The sea got deep just a couple of meters away, which I love. I could swim for hours. The majority of the guests (around 8 percent) were Russian or Russian-speaking. The staff treated us very well. They resolved all our questions instantly at the reception desk. When the TV was not working properly, they immediately came and fixed it. Our acquaintances had a leak in their bathroom, and it was also promptly fixed. To the left of the hotel, after two neighboring hotels, there were rows of shops and tour agencies. They continued after the intersection, going quite far. At the end, after passing through an arch, there were Migros and BIM supermarkets. If you continued walking along that street, you would reach a mosque where a bazaar was held on Fridays. Immediately after the intersection, on the left side, there was Hotel Transatlantic, and across the road was the Maxwell Tour Agency, where we bought three tours: Demre-Myra (church and sarcophagus of St. Nicholas), Pamukkale, and the Güvercinlik Canyon. The canyon (a national park) was very beautiful. We were taken there for $1 (entrance fee of $2 included) and picked up after three hours. That was enough time to walk along it and take photos (2.5 km one way). For thrill-seekers, you could also buy rafting with a wetsuit and helmet for $25 or a boat trip for $17. The jeep took us up to the starting point of the boat trip. We chose to walk. We visited Pamukkale with a guide named Karina ($3) and she explained everything wonderfully. Not far from Maxwell, on the same side, was the cheapest pharmacy out of the three, where two men worked. We bought everything there from the young man.

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We stayed at this hotel for only three days and went there to celebrate our child's birthday. We were received excellently and given a two-room suite. Our child was congratulated during dinner with a small cake and candles! Thank you so much! The animators entertained the guests all day from morning until late evening, with only a break from 12 to 2 pm. Our child went to the kids' room, where the animator played games with the kids outside and there was a separate pool with slides for them. The kids' area was open from 1 to 12 and from 2 to 4 pm. The entire play area was shaded, which was very convenient. In the evening, there was a mini disco, and for our child, these were unforgettable days of fun. We left with tears in our eyes ))) We will definitely return to this friendly hotel! There aren't many Russians in the hotel, but there are some. There are more guests from Poland. Everyone behaves in a cultured manner. Food is available from 1 to 9 pm, constantly and everywhere. There is meat, chicken, fruits, and ice cream ㉍ Alcoholic drinks are weak, so you won't be able to get drunk ))) They are very light and pleasant, which is great. A huge thank you to the girl at the reception, Celine! She explained and showed us everything and walked with us to the kids' area (we didn't know how to get there). Celine, good luck to you in your work ㉌ I recommend this hotel for young people and families! It's noisy, fun, and delicious!

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The reviewer did not provide a detailed description of their stay at the hotel. I would like to share my impressions of my stay at the hotel in more detail.

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I was on vacation with my mom in June

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In light of recent events, the flight was long - we flew "out of the way"; through Europe (and the overnight flight was delayed for 2 hours); we went through passport control in Antalya for about an hour, although almost all posts were open - many people had arrived. The luggage was delivered promptly, we got on a small (2 seats) bus and arrived at the hotel (5 minutes, without traffic). Since we arrived at the hotel at 1:30am, we were not given rooms, but were offered a late breakfast (until 11am) and, after changing clothes, we started relaxing. We were checked-in around 2pm. The room was miniature, the bathroom was small as well, see the photo - HOW the toilet is positioned, I placed a roll of paper between it and the cabin for reference. The broken corner of the shower cabin frame and the shower drain were not repaired for two weeks, despite FOUR reminders at the reception. The broken hairdryer was fixed (replaced) immediately, on the second day (the hotel could have checked it before the guests arrived, by the way...). The cleanliness was acceptable, we left a tip a couple of times, but didn't see any "swans" in response. There have been many comments about the road to the beach and the beach itself, I can add that there are a lot of cigarette butts in the sand/pebbles, despite having ashtrays and bins near the sunbeds. "Lovely people" smoke without even moving from their sunbeds, meaning other vacationers and CHILDREN have to breathe in vapor and tobacco smoke instead of enjoying the sea, nobody takes the effort to move aside and not disturb others with polluted air (((. The administration is not doing anything about it. The same situation happens during evening shows, including the children's mini disco: tables are arranged in a semicircle in front of the stage, and in complete calm air, there is a cloud of cigarette smoke where all the people are, and little children are dancing in it. Similarly, people smoke everywhere near the pool throughout the day. There are no available seats after 9am, neither on the beach nor by the pool, towels are scattered everywhere, and approximately 3% of them are NOT from the hotel. Sometimes one towel is used for two sunbeds, which creates a complete lack of space. Moreover, according to observations, no one comes to some "occupied" sunbeds all day. The administration also doesn't address this problem, we approached the animators but they suggested moving such towels by ourselves, which almost led to an international scandal, so we didn't follow their advice anymore and just squeezed three to five people onto one sunbed without a mattress, if we couldn't "reserve" sunbeds until breakfast ..(( There are many staff members (animators, waiters) and approximately 2-25% of the guests are Russian speakers. The other guests are Germans, Scots, and people from Eastern Europe. There were no particularly negative or tense situations, but there were also no guests from Ukraine at all, it seems... The daytime bartender in the main building invites women of a certain age to evening meetings after work, but he can be rude to children, showing off his importance in this world. The rest of the staff is polite, hardworking, and respectful towards the guests. The shows and food are at a 4-star level, not more or less. There is a lot of leftovers from previous days as usual, but you can find freshly prepared food as well. Grills are turned on daily (see photo), but 95% of the time, only chicken is cooked on them. Seafood and other meats have to be sought out and usually there are only one or two dishes for the whole restaurant for dinner. The water slides operate for two hours twice a day, simultaneously in the large and children's pools. As for the hotel guide, she tried to sell some unreasonable things - flights to Istanbul for a couple of days, to Israel, Lebanon, Cyprus... All these places are worth a separate visit, but a two-day tour in the middle of an already paid beach vacation is... well, you understand. Knowing that we had a group transfer, she persistently offered an individual one... She promised to tell us about the excursions only if we were "definitely going" (apparently, a decision had to be made BEFORE the explanation). So, it was obvious and unhidden greed that made us not consider anything from this agent at all. Be cautious when shopping at the pre-hotel leather shop (besides the fact that the Turkish guy who lures you in starts the conversation with phrases like "Awesome! So, dude, how are you enjoying your time here?" and tries to pat you on the back, he continues the conversation with the same politeness as a street scoundrel). When paying with a ruble card, they will later charge you a "commission" of around 15 dollars, without warning you in advance (acquaintances went with him to Kemer to buy jackets). The goods are of dubious quality and relevance, plus the initial price is always exorbitant, you have to spend time haggling... There is a tipping box in every room, from the main restaurant to the toilet; everyone openly wants to "take money from you", it is so obvious and audacious that it naturally arouses disgust. Therefore, technically the hotel is a 4-star, but the desire to return there is completely absent.

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I really liked the family room with two rooms and two balconies overlooking the pool and magnificent mountains! The hotel grounds are cozy, surrounded by greenery. The hotel itself is in need of some cosmetic repairs, which is evident in some places. But overall, everything was enjoyable! The food was good and diverse, especially considering it is a 4-star hotel! There was a wide selection of desserts. The animation team deserves special mention. They provide activities throughout the day such as aqua aerobics and fun competitions. Every evening, there was a new program, either live music, a disco, or a show performed by artists. There is a mini disco every day with the same songs, but the children love it, and that's the main thing. The bartender was very friendly and pleasant (photo attached) and made delicious pina coladas. Overall, the staff tries their best, quickly clearing tables and removing utensils. The room cleaning is good (better than in Egypt). The drinks at the bar are diverse, the wine is tasty, and there is ice cream every day. The pool is nice and large, and it is very warm due to the hot weather. There are only two water slides, but they are enough for everyone. The sea is nearby, with a pleasant pebble beach. The beach area is small and close to the neighboring hotels. The sun loungers are also close together, but we found free ones when we arrived after 3 p.m. I would like to mention the leather and fur shop at the Pianos Hotel. You can confidently visit there; the negative reviews on the internet are no longer relevant. They provide free transportation to the main store in Kemer. I bought a jacket there because I couldn't find the same model in other stores. The prices are the same as in other similar good stores (verified). We had a great time at this hotel and I highly recommend it!

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We had a vacation with an extended family in July 222: grandparents, parents, and two children. We chose our hotel from what we could find after booking our charter tickets 15 days before arrival, although we did have it on our preferred list when we tried to find options ourselves in early May. Check-in: we arrived in the morning and got to the hotel at the beginning of the 11th. We had two rooms – a standard room and a family double bungalow. The parents were checked in at around 11 am, while we had to wait for the family room until the beginning of the 3rd. Regarding the rooms, the only difference was the division into two rooms and a wider terrace on the ground floor. In the family room, instead of a third bed, there was a sofa bed, while the standard room had regular beds for two (+1). We got rooms with a view of the farthest and quietest shaded side – no animation activities disturbed our relaxation. It was close to the children's area, swimming pool, and shaded gazebos. The air conditioners were individually controlled and worked properly. The interior was not brand new, but everything was quite neat, nothing was hanging or sticking out. The problem with the bathroom drain is probably a common issue in most hotels, but if you reasonably reduce the water pressure while soaping, you can easily avoid flooding the entire bathroom. The staff: we had almost no complaints about anyone. Everyone tried their best, and we didn't have to ask or motivate them for anything. They did what they could and should do, and they did it well. This applied to the territory, the reception, the dining and relaxation areas. Not everyone spoke Russian, but if we had a question, they would immediately call a colleague who could translate and explain. I think they did a great job, especially during the high season. I can't evaluate the animators – we only interacted with the children's animators a little, and we didn't participate in group entertainment. But we had no complaints about them. Food: I liked everything from what was available. I missed a variety of seafood, but that's a matter of personal taste. Of course, there was not enough milk and porridge for the children, but we managed to solve this by adjusting their diet, and they were not hungry. After a couple of days, we decided to stop drinking the "juice" made from diluted syrup and bought 2-3 liters of natural juice from large supermarkets every few days as an alternative. We found the cocktails in the bar made with local ingredients to be either poorly chosen or of lower quality, so we stuck to drinks that are hard to mess up (rum+cola, whisky, beer, and local table wine). I would also like to mention that it was possible to have breakfast, lunch, or a snack in the room and return the dishes, which was very helpful in hot weather or when the children didn't want to eat on time. Snacks could be enjoyed decently in snack bars on the beach and by the pool if you didn't need variety and service. We didn't use the spa and sauna at all; there will be a separate story about going to the hammam. Beach and sea: for those with sensitive feet or foot pain, it will be challenging to get used to the entry into the sea. I don't think I have any problems with my feet, but after about 7 days of constant activity with the children on the beach or at the entrance to the sea, it was difficult to keep up with such a pace and constant tendon massage, so I had to limit my movements on the pebbles. The water was clean and beautiful; early in the morning, before 9 am, it was idyllic – not too hot, fresh, and pleasant for swimming, just beautiful! The only downside was that for three days (over the weekend), there was a lot of trash in the sea, as if someone had dumped a trash can from a pier or a boat: paper, wrappers, chip bags, cigarette butts, corks, etc. Even for adults, it was disgusting to enter the water and we had to overcome a barrier of about 5 meters of obstacles. We didn't take the children to swim on those days. Then, everything disappeared, and the beauty returned. We went to Kemer on our own (taxi was $1 one way, and you could negotiate $8 for a round trip if you entered the taxi stand shop; taking the bus in the morning was problematic – it was packed, with only standing room... There was the option of a free round-trip from the Tiger leather shop, but you had to spend some time in the shopping center in Kemer and endure the brainwashing by local salespeople). In conclusion, it was a pleasant 4-star hotel, but not worth the price, and it's more suitable for those who enjoy pebble beaches. I personally probably won't return there, but I wouldn't discourage anyone from going.

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We were on vacation in Sherwood with our 7-year-old child. We were accommodated in room 1112 above the reception. The room was neat but small, but we managed to fit in. The air conditioner only worked on and off, and it blew quite cold, I would have preferred a less intense cold, so I had to sleep in a shirt. The blankets were more like sheets, so they didn't keep us warm. For some reason, the internet worked very poorly for me, even though we were staying above the reception, it only worked well at 6 in the morning. The worst part was the hairdryer. It also only had an on and off switch, and it blew such hot air that it burned my scalp. If I knew, I would have brought my own hairdryer from home! I liked the food, everything was delicious to me. The restaurant had excellent staff who cleaned up quickly and set tables, they were great. The soups were disappointing as always, we can eat them at home. Breakfast and lunch were always easy, but there were crowds for dinner, I think it's the same everywhere. There is also a bar with food at the pool that operates all day, and a cafe with cookies and ice cream from 2 pm. There is a children's playground, conveniently located under big trees, the swings are always in the shade, so it's comfortable to be there during the day. Next to the playground, there are rabbits and chickens, I didn't think my child would be interested in them, but in the end, we went to feed them leaves and grass every day. Besides the large pool with slides, there is a smaller children's pool with smaller slides, but my son only used it for one day and then refused to go on them because they hurt his backside at the joints of the slides. The hotel beach is a 3-minute walk away, very close. The beach is small, but we had no problems because we get up early, have breakfast, and come at 8:30 am or even earlier. There were always places in the shade. The sunbeds were new, and the water was clean, we liked the beach. We had beach shoes for the pebbles, without them, I personally would have been very uncomfortable. But many people manage without them. The pebbles are closer to the water, otherwise, the beach is sandy and kids have a place to dig. There is a beach bar, but we only bought drinks, we didn't try the food, so I don't know what they offer. The hotel grounds were very well-maintained, green, everything was beautiful and blooming, I really liked it. We took a bus to Kemer, number 7, which stops right in front of the hotel, you just have to raise your hand. It also drops you off at the entrance when returning.

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Hello! We had a family vacation with children aged 6 and 1. Check-in: The room was supposed to have a bunk bed, but when we arrived, the lights were not working. They gave us another room in Block 7 No. 371, with a view of the main hotel area and even a glimpse of the sea, which I am attaching a photo of. The room had a double bed and a single bed, and they provided a larger folding bed for the second child, placing it between the existing beds. The rooms were about 2 square meters. Everything seemed clean and painted, but it was clear that everything was old. There was shower gel and shampoo in bottles, as well as soap. Daily housekeeping was provided. The Wi-Fi was good everywhere, even on the beach. The grounds are beautiful and cozy. Next to our building, there was a children's pool, gazebos, and a tennis court. Those whose windows faced that way were lucky because it was quiet and you couldn't hear the entertainment. However, I didn't like that they didn't clean the children's pool with slides all day, only in the morning, and they only removed the glasses that people left throughout the day. Food: In the first few days, everything was fine, but in the second half of the vacation, we started to notice that many of the hot dishes at dinner were spoiled (for this, I am lowering my rating). Breakfasts were standard, and for lunch and dinner, they served soups, side dishes, various meats and vegetables, and desserts. Watermelon was always available and delicious, but the melons were unripe. We went to the market in the village on Friday and bought cherries and strawberries for 2-25 lira per kilogram. You can also have snacks at the snack bar and beach bar, such as burgers, tortillas, vegetables, fruits, spaghetti, and sometimes fish. The drinks were ordinary, nothing fancy. Ice cream was served at the snack bar and on the beach (only on sticks). There was water available in refrigerators everywhere. There was entertainment throughout the day, and the staff actively interacted with everyone. In the evenings, there were shows or live music until 11 pm. After that, it was quiet in the hotel. The beach was across the road, not far away. There was a beach bar (drinks, lunch, and gyseleme), and there were enough sunbeds. It became less crowded by lunchtime when families with children went to sleep. The sea was clean, but be careful. We sat on the shore and ended up getting some kind of oil residue on our swimsuits (probably from boats). I saw these stains on other vacationers as well, but I don't know if I'll be able to remove them. Overall, the hotel is popular among families with young children and retirees. There were only 2% of Russians, while the rest were Polish, Kazakh, Czech, English, etc. The hotel needs renovation everywhere, and the price is higher than some five-star hotels, but I wouldn't say it's worth the money. It cost us 114,000 without flights. We flew with regular airlines with layovers. If you book a charter tour from Krasnoyarsk, it costs 47,000, which is just astronomical. I definitely won't go there again, unless it's to Sherwood 5, which is nearby.

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I will start my story by saying that I will never go to this hotel again! This is strictly my opinion, but I think it has the right to be. And you may not believe it, but I think our friends will also leave their feedback! So, we arrive at the hotel around 12.3-13.. They ask us to leave our luggage as there is no space and go have a meal. We checked out the hotel, had some food, the kids even went for a swim - we approach the reception around 15. - no available rooms.. Then the thought comes to mind to put 5 euros in the passport, and miraculously, a room is found for us. (Our family consists of 3 adults and a 14-year-old daughter). Room 228 is very conveniently located, it doesn't face the hotel, it's quite quiet (the only downside is that if you have a very young child who goes to bed at 9 pm, it won't be suitable as there is a stage nearby), so for those with families, you can confidently choose it. However, since we came as a group of 17 people, another family wasn't as lucky, and they were given a small room for one night (they also had 3 adults and a 14-year-old boy) with 2 beds, and our question was how would four of them sleep on two beds - there is simply no space. And we are told, sorry, the hotel was booked in November!!! Come back in the morning, and we'll give you a room, and no compensation from the hotel. Another couple had an even worse experience - their suitcase simply disappeared! It was taken to the airport by mistake, and they were without their belongings for 2 days!!!! Luckily, since our group was large, we gave them our swimwear and clothes.. And again, no apologies or compensation!!! Another family had a 3-year-old child, and they had to beg for a cot until the evening!!!!! The room cleaning was okay, and when we left 2 euros, they made swans. The hotel entertainment was quite weak, although after getting to know the guys better, we realized that since the hotel is European and only 2% of the guests speak Russian, people don't want to participate in contests or exercises, so everything is very calm. Furthermore, the hotel's dance changed, it turned out there were three different ones, so it was difficult to learn them, and not many people danced it. But the warm-up and water aerobics were led by Eugenia and Josie, very athletic, pleasant, and cheerful girls. And Chico was without competition. The bars make very tasty cocktails! If you asked, they played great music at the disco, and then they noticed our interests, and we danced all night! Once again, I must say we were lucky as we had a large group, and we were involved in everything, thus getting other people to join as well! The shows were not bad (especially the show with 3 Spartans and the girl from Bulgaria sang beautifully), just a pity that there was only one competition - a couple from the hotel. The only PLUS of the hotel was the food. One of the most delicious, even compared to 5-star hotels. Both the main dishes and desserts were European-style. Tasty cakes (tiramisu, sponge cake with custard cream or cream with raspberries). The guys at the reception and at the beach make delicious cocktails, and only at the beach bar they serve cold ayran since it doesn't have time to cool down in the hotel. Now a little bit about something other than the hotel.. In the past, when we traveled towards Kemerovo, we always booked our trips with the tour operator Ginza, so I don't know what happened, but all our trips had some flaws.. During the jeep safari, they gave us a completely closed car, so we could hardly see any of the scenery, and their explanation was that we wouldn't understand, you wouldn't have been too hot or dusty! We took a trip to the lagoons where they promised us to see turtles and swim in a cave with a flashlight (which again didn't happen, their explanation being that we have no control over nature and strangely, but you didn't have enough flashlights; we took a trip to watch the sunset at Tahtali - it was without a guide, although there was a group nearby from Tez Tour, and they had a guide; and in the oceanarium, you had to pay extra for the pink room. When we rented a car, we told them, well, you have made so many mistakes, give us a discount - they said they'll think about it.. They are still thinking. And their prices are not so different from the hotel guides', so think twice before you choose. Well, if you happen to pass by Ginza and they respond to you, tell them - we've heard about you, greetings from the guys from Latvia.

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Good day to everyone! I would like to share my impressions of the vacation at the Sherwood Greenwood 4* hotel with all of you. From the beginning of our trip, we were pleasantly surprised by Turkish Airlines. Everything was organized efficiently, without any delays or complications (my friend flew with a different airline and had a 2-hour delay on the way there and a 14-hour delay on the way back). The plane was comfortable and spacious, with in-flight movies and food! The meals were abundant and delicious, with very generous portions. There was a wide selection of drinks, unlimited. And to our surprise, the cutlery was not plastic, but metal (spoon, fork, knife), and the food was served in ceramic dishes. Each cupcake or pudding was served in a special box with a transparent lid. We also received individually packed ice-cold water in a box, which came in handy upon arrival. In addition to salt and pepper, ketchup was also provided. Even though we flew back at night, they still served food at 1 am. It was mandatory - eat! 😊 No one asked for a COVID test at the airport. Coral Travel did a great job, they are professionals! The transfer was a small, comfortable minibus, not a huge one for 5 people. It took about 45 minutes to get to the hotel. No one begged for tips, we gave voluntarily. We were checked in immediately upon arrival, around 11 am. We didn't have to wait until 2 pm. Probably because the hotel was half-empty at that time. But after two days, a large influx of guests occurred and it was crowded to the brim. The majority of the guests were 98% Polish, with a few English and Russian speakers. We were the only ones from the Baltics. 😊 Our room was a standard one on the third floor of the main building. There were only 4 floors in total. The second floor was occupied by Polish, Turkish, and English guests. The third floor was for all Russian speakers, for some reason. The fourth floor had VIP rooms. There were also 9 three-story bungalows. The vacationers said that the rooms there were bigger and more comfortable. But we were satisfied with our room, except for the non-functioning air conditioning. It wasn't pleasant in such heat. For a couple of days, we argued with them, and they argued with us, about whether the air conditioning was working. They claimed that it only turned on from 5 pm to 11 pm for cost-saving purposes. We had to specifically be in the room after 5 pm to prove them wrong. We called a technician. Yes, the technician confirmed that the air conditioning was broken. Well, you see, we are not at all picky and don't nitpick about details. We managed without letting the negativity ruin the first days of our vacation. The room number was changed. It was 32, but we were given 315. Everything worked fine. The TV had Russian channels. We slept comfortably in a cool room. There were no nearby minarets, so we couldn't hear the morning prayers. We didn't need the mosquito repellent as there weren't any mosquitoes. We didn't need the rope with clothespins either because there was a clothesline on the balcony. The safe in the room cost 2 euros per day, but we had combination locks on our suitcases, so we didn't need to use it. The room was cleaned, towels and bed linen were changed every day. It was a bit too much, really. Thank you, of course. We put up a sign "do not disturb" on our door. If needed, we could have requested the cleaners or asked for fresh towels. Two bottles of water were brought to our room every day. But why? There were refrigerators with water and sealed cups of lemon juice outside the restaurant, pool, and bar. I didn't want to drink anything. La carte restaurants were not visited at all since we ate and drank more than enough at the buffet. There was an Italian restaurant available for an extra fee of 1 euro per person, but it only operated once a week and required prior booking with the guest relations manager, who was never there. Instead, one of the animators, Chico, often substituted for him and could assist us in multiple languages. Beach towels were provided at the spa salon. We didn't have to return them every day, so we kept them. The hamam was available for an additional fee, and the massage was expensive at 1 dollar per hour, so we didn't go for them (in Egypt, it costs 35 dollars per hour). The beach was located in the second row. It didn't bother us at all because we wanted some physical exercise. It only took 5 minutes to reach the beach. The sunbeds were color-coded, as there were other hotels right next to us. Our hotel had fewer sunbeds, but we never noticed any shortage or invasion of other guests' space. As the beach boys used to say, it wasn't high season yet. The beach had both sandy and pebbly sections, and the sea had a gentle slope but was rocky. We always wore water shoes, so it was comfortable for us. There were showers and toilets available, everything looked decent. The sea was clean and transparent, with a temperature of 26 degrees Celsius, while the air temperature was 30 degrees Celsius. Only one day the sea felt cold, but we still went swimming every day, usually around 7 in the morning before breakfast. For us, coming from the Baltic Sea, it was like a warm milk bath. There were two consecutive days of heavy rain showers after lunch, but they passed quickly. There was a beach bar. They only served beer and wine, which was the right choice considering the heat. The food was available from 11 am. There were a variety of options like fries, cutlets, fish, vegetables. There was a Turkish lady who made güzleme with four fillings - potato, minced meat, egg with herbs, and cheese. We didn't even need to go for lunch because the breakfast was so plentiful. Throughout the day, they kept feeding and offering drinks. On the hotel premises, there were a main restaurant and a snack bar, where we could have full meals as well. The tea was brewed and not in tea bags. Everything was delicious, abundant, and varied. Of course, there were those who complained about the lack of variety, wanting lobster and all kinds of seafood. Oh, but I counted 15 different types of cheese for breakfast alone, not to mention the main dishes. We didn't even look at the dessert table, as we couldn't fit any more in. The staff was very friendly, diligent, and hardworking. They were like busy bees, constantly buzzing around. The territory

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Good day! Our vacation in Sherwood has come to an end. Let me outline my impressions point by point... We had a night flight and arrived around 7 in the morning. By around 9, we were already in the hotel after going through all the formalities. We understood that it was too early, but we were with a small child (our daughter is 4 years old, and it was her birthday on the day of arrival), so we hoped that the reception would pay attention to this and not make us wait until 2 p.m. So, the check-in process. We arrived and handed over our passports. They asked us to fill out a form, silently took it and told us to go have breakfast. Then, I had to extract all the necessary information from the unfriendly reception staff. When could we approach them about the room? We didn't want to stand in front of the counter for half a day. The answer was to come periodically... It got to the point that they didn't even give us wristbands and towel cards until I asked for them. Well, anyway, we changed in the SPA center and went to the pool to be nearby. Around noon, they took us to a room on the "2" floor... with a view of the roof of the dining hall. And that's where they almost always place everyone initially, especially, in my opinion, Russians. Just a gray roof... you can see a bit of the slides in the main pool, as well as the mountains. Immediately, I turned around and went to the reception to ask for a different room because seeing this grayness for nearly 2 weeks wasn't quite enjoyable... They said we had to wait. By the way, the second option turned out to be better - it had a view of the sea from the adjacent hotel. We asked to be placed in a bungalow or to upgrade the room - the manager refused outright, even if we were willing to pay extra. Apparently, there were no other rooms available. Although on the same day we saw foreigners being settled in the bungalows multiple times. And we still didn't figure out how to get there - the tour operator didn't have a separate category for bungalows, and I couldn't find separate prices for them on the hotel's website. Rooms. They were livable, but the rooms were tired-looking. The standards were small, and it was already a bit cramped for the three of us. We had one double bed and one single bed. There are Russian channels, but only for adults. We could only find cartoons for our child in foreign languages. The bathroom itself is a separate issue... We had a very strange toilet, apparently on the verge of breaking down. The flush would work only every other time and finally stopped working altogether towards the end of our stay. I have to give credit to the technical staff here. It was around 1 in the afternoon when we returned to the room and discovered the malfunction, but after contacting the reception, a plumber quickly came to us. The small partition wall in the shower was quite amusing - it was such a challenge to avoid flooding after an adult took a shower... There is no kettle or tea/coffee set. There are no slippers/bathrobes (if that's important to someone). On the balcony, there were two plastic chairs and a small table, and a clothes drying rack on the wall. The safe is chargeable, but we didn't purchase it as a suitcase with a combination lock was sufficient. The minibar only had water. You needed to replenish it yourself, luckily there were enough refrigerators in public areas accessible in the hotel. The air conditioning is central. That means you can decide when to turn it on, but it starts cooling around 2 p.m. The soundproofing is quite good. We occasionally heard neighbors sneezing or a child crying through the wall. In the main building, no matter where you are placed, you will hear music during the day and evening - either from this hotel or the neighboring one. Even with a closed balcony, you can still hear it, but it's tolerable. Rooms numbered with -18 (for example, 131-1318) face the neighboring hotel, while those numbered with 19 (1319 and so on) face the road, hotel territory, and a side view of the mountains. In my opinion, the bungalows in buildings 34 and 36 were ideal, especially with a child - quiet, with playgrounds nearby, and beautiful))) Internet. You can only connect to Wi-Fi after you are assigned a specific room because otherwise, you can't log in (you need the room number). The Wi-Fi signal is available everywhere, even on the beach, but occasionally, nothing would load. Food I was congratulated on my daughter's birthday this way. In the beach bar and by the pool during lunch, you can also eat - everything is standard there - pasta, burgers, fries, vegetables. Near the beach bar around 12, a woman starts baking gözleme with meat or potatoes. Also, near the pool from 2 pm, there is ice cream and a patisserie - they also have pastries. As for drinks on the beach - they have refreshments (cola/fanta/cold tea, etc.), ayran, and only beer and wine for alcohol. In the main hotel and lobby by the pool, they make cocktails (not just anything, but the usual ones like Mojito, Cosmopolitan, etc.). I especially loved the cocktails made by the bartender in the lobby with colored hair, I forgot his name( The biggest problem is finding a table for dinner. It's completely impossible to find one at 7 pm. You have to come around 6:30 pm or closer to the end of dinner... You won't be hungry, you can also find things to feed the children. Hotel grounds Compact, but where the bungalows are, it's very green. The little house for cats behind the patisserie melted my heart)) There are 2 pools - the main one where the adult slides and daytime animation take place, and a pool with children's slides behind building 36 - the maximum depth there is 8 cm and the water is a bit cold. There is a "mini-zoo" - 3 cages with pigeons, chickens, and rabbits. Behind the children's pool, there is a basketball court and a quiet lawn with gazebos where you can sit in peace. For children I want to pay special attention to this section because I gathered the information myself. So, the hotel has 2 water slides for children, they are behind the bungalow in building 36. They operate on a schedule, just like the adult slides in the main pool, but sometimes we had to "push" the employee who had to turn them on. He would turn on the slides for adults and forget about the children's slides. There is also a mini-club nearby with a covered playground for young children and another playground for slightly older children in the shade of trees. We didn't go to the mini-club, but I saw how the kids loved both girl animators. That's a good sign for me. There is a mini-disco every evening. Animation. There are activities by the pool in the morning and after lunch, yes. In the evening, every other day, there is simply live music with not so talented invited singers... Sometimes there are contests, like Mr. Hotel and Women vs. Men, and on other evenings, there are dance shows, fairly repetitive. I never saw our animators on the beach, there are not enough activities there... Where is at least traditional beach volleyball?! Fame Residence is nearby - there, every morning the entire team comes out and wishes everyone a good morning. Yes, it's a small detail, but it is the face of the hotel, it's nice. And in Karmir, there was also water aerobics in the sea. On one side, people played volleyball, on the other, they played soccer. In Sherwood, there was nobody and nothing. However, it gave us the feeling that the hotel is geared towards Poles (they make up the majority) and Europeans, who primarily spend their time by the pools. One plus is the children's animation. As I already mentioned, children from the girl animators are delighted. Both girls speak Russian. Beach. There are 2 lines. It takes about 5 minutes to walk from the hotel, crossing the road through a pedestrian crossing. Not all Turks stop for pedestrians, so be careful. There is sand and pebbles. But the pebbles are small, and we swam without water shoes. The only unpleasant moment is right at the entrance to the water - there is a strip of pebbles, and when the sea is rough, pebbles wash up in the shallow water, which can make it difficult to enter. Overall, it's quite tolerable. It can be a bit dirty. Cigarette butts, small litter, dirty tables. Yes, of course, it also depends on the guests, but the staff should also maintain cleanliness... The sun loungers are a mix, some are broken, and the mattresses are also of different types... Again, for comparison, there are 2 beaches nearby, both from 4-star hotels - Sherwood and Fame: in Fame, there are neat rows with clean light-colored mattresses under tidy canopies. In Sherwood, it's like in the South - everyone puts their sun loungers wherever they want. And they will stay there until another guest decides to move them. That means no one cleans up in the evening... By Fame Residence, there is a children's playground on the beach, and they inflate a trampoline every morning. My daughter kept running there non-stop. In general, the beach is quite small, so the sun loungers are close together, almost on top of each other. It feels like the hotel was left with the residual piece of the beach, Karmir got their share, and Fame Residence got theirs, and what was left between them was given to Sherwood... However, even when we came at 1 pm in September, we found a place for ourselves. There is a water sports center nearby - catamarans

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We arrived on 7.5.222 at 5:02 PM. Passport control, baggage... We arrived at the hotel around 2 AM. We managed to have dinner. I have to say - it was amazing! My daughter and I were thoroughly impressed with the work of the chefs, waiters, and others. There was an incredible variety of dishes, catering to different tastes. The attentive boys constantly asked what we wanted to be brought to us. Overall, the restaurant deserves the highest score! I can't say the same about the rooms. They need cosmetic repairs!!! At first, we were a little disappointed, but then we decided that it wasn't that important. This fact didn't spoil our mood. The rooms were cleaned every day. Shampoo and soap were always provided. The towels were fresh. The water pressure was good. The view was of the hotel's main entrance. We could see the mountains and the sea. We were on the top floor, the 4th floor. On the premises, there were two outdoor pools and one indoor pool in the sauna (very cold). Every day, entertainment shows were organized (contests, gifts, live music, dancing). At the end of the program, there was a disco. Tea, coffee, and alcoholic beverages were available in the hotel's bars until midnight. The sea was about 15 meters away. There was a private beach with a cafe, a toilet, and umbrellas with sun loungers. Everything was there! Overall, the vacation was fantastic! I highly recommend the hotel for a family vacation!

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Great hotel! I stayed from September 26th to January 4th. I chose my vacation and hotel based on the price. I postponed my vacation from August to September, thinking the prices would be lower, but they remained the same. When choosing a hotel, of course, the five-star ones were unrealistically expensive. The Coral agency on Polezhaevskaya recommended this one from my list of five chosen hotels: Sherwood Greenwood Resort, 4 stars. I chose it randomly, without even considering or looking at photos of the hotel. This is my first time staying on the second line. Why worry in advance? I arrived very late, after 11 p.m., but I still received dinner. In the morning, I explored the territory. It turned out to be quite large, green, with those towering mountains. Amazing! There was a large swimming pool, water slides... It takes about 7 minutes to walk to the sea, but not through the pine forest as some wrote, just along the road. There is a designated area with sunbeds. However, if you arrive after 1 a.m., there is a problem with finding available sunbeds. They are all occupied. But... if you ask at the bar, they will bring a sunbed in 4 minutes. The main thing is to have a place to put it. But the hotel pool is large enough for many to fit in. Good animation. Music by the pool all day, water polo, aqua aerobics before and after lunch, and various entertainment. In the evening, there is children's entertainment for an hour, followed by a show and a disco until 11 p.m. To be honest, another hour of disco would be nice, but that's the way it is... at 11 p.m., the music quiets down in all hotels. If you want more, go to specific places. As for the food, there is plenty and something for every taste. Very good shopping. There are rows of decent clothes and textiles, of course, sweets as well. There is also a large store nearby, Galereya Mall. Products for every taste. The Mir cards do not work anywhere!!! The rooms are cleaned daily. Thank you for placing fresh flowers on the bed, everything was worthy and great. Lastly, I want to say that this hotel exceeds 5 stars! The vacation turned out to be wonderful! And most likely... I would love to visit it again.

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We spent two weeks at Sherwood Greenwood. We arrived very late, at 2:55 am. Immediately, bracelets were put on us and we were sent to have dinner, which was very nice. We were quickly checked in to our reserved bungalow with a window overlooking the mountains and a quiet garden. We slept with the balcony open and it was comfortable, on the 3rd floor. The food at the hotel was excellent and my husband and I enjoyed it. Every day there was a grill. Every day there was seafood and river fish. Smoked fish and grilled dishes. Beef, chicken, turkey, sushi. The fruits and vegetables were fresh and delicious, they even had Dragon fruit. On the beach, they served Gözleme pancakes and burgers. They feed you all day and everywhere. There are shops and pharmacies near the hotel. The beach is literally 5 minutes away, the beach was clean and there were enough sunbeds. The water was very clean, although the fish do bite. The entertainment at the hotel was great, with fun and unobtrusive staff. They entertained us throughout the day. And every evening there was a show at 9 pm. They invited artists, singers, and dancers. They also had a DJ come, they set up the lighting and sound equipment, and decorations. The party was great. One of the advantages was that we didn't need to go anywhere. We highly recommend the hotel!

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The hotel is good, the rooms are clean and in working order, the cleaning service is good, and the food is on a level of 4 stars, delicious and quite varied. The waiters are quick and friendly. The lobby bar has excellent bartenders, the coffee and cocktails are all good! There are plenty of sunbeds at the beach, but if you come later, you may have to search. The sea is good. The road to the beach is not bothersome. Two things spoiled the vacation. They checked us into a room with a view of the pool, which was noisy. I immediately asked for a change and was sent to the manager. So this bald gentleman in a black t-shirt at the reception, he is definitely not in the right position! Unfriendly, rude, didn't even bother to see if there were rooms on the other side of the building. None at all! We resolved the issue through the girl from guest relations, thanks to her. The second issue was the a la carte restaurant, supposedly Italian. It costs 1 dollar and should be located in the garden. We made a reservation! We went looking according to the signs - nothing was there. We returned to the reception. They took us to some corner in the main restaurant where they set up 2 tables for the a la carte restaurant. It was stuffy, dark, children were screaming nearby, and the waiters were clattering dishes. Of course, we should have refused immediately, but we really wanted risotto and salmon. So, I haven't eaten such tasteless food in a long time! The risotto was incomprehensible, the salmon was overcooked (and apparently thoroughly thawed before). And everything else was the same. In short, never go for the a la carte option, not for anything! Overall, it's possible to go.

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We stayed at Sherwood Green Resort, a 4-star hotel, from July 5th to July 15th. It was a nice hotel, recommended by an acquaintance who had stayed there this season. The hotel's infrastructure is old, but cosmetic repairs have been made. The rooms were renovated in 2012. The hotel is located a 15-minute drive from Kemer, and it takes about an hour to get to Antalya. The quality of service is solid. We were initially assigned a room with a view of the road and another hotel. We requested a different room and were offered one with a pool view, but we declined because there is constant music playing at the pool until 11 PM, both from our hotel and the neighboring one. The room was cleaned every day, towels and bed linen were changed, but I left tips. The bathroom had soap, shower gel, shampoo, and conditioner. The mini-bar only had bottled water. There was no kettle in the room. The bed and doors didn't squeak. The hotel has a pool with water slides, but we preferred going to the sea. The road to the beach passes through the road via a pedestrian crossing. The distance from the hotel to the sea is 2 meters. The beach is pebbly and sandy. The hotel also has a spa center with a variety of massage programs. Following a recommendation, I decided to try a course of lymphatic drainage massage with Erdinch. I am satisfied with the results and felt the effects after just 5 sessions. A Russian girl from a neighboring hotel also came for a massage and was allowed into our hotel's spa center. By the way, I compared the prices for services and found them to be cheaper than in Russia, at a medical center. The hotel is perfect for a vacation with a large family (it turns out to be more affordable). There is evening entertainment for children every day. The hotel has a daytime kids' club and a petting zoo where you can feed rabbits, chickens, and pigeons. The dining room has high chairs and a children's menu, and at the bar and on the beach, you can choose ice cream for free from 2 PM onwards. This was our first time staying at a 4-star hotel, and we were satisfied with it.

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We were vacationing in Sherwood in June of the year 222. We booked our vacation about a month in advance, and 1 day before departure, we found out that our flight was canceled. However, luckily, the tour operator was able to reschedule us on another flight and we still managed to go on our vacation. We have been vacationing in Turkey more than once, and in recent years, we have stayed in 4-star hotels. I can say that this is the best out of the last 5 hotels we have stayed in. It is a very good four-star hotel! The grounds are large enough, green, with relaxation areas, and birds sing in the mornings. The rooms are standard, clean, and the furniture and plumbing are in good condition. The beach is not far, about 3-5 minutes walk, with pebbles, and the sea is beautiful. The food is good. For breakfast, they make pancakes, fry eggs, omelettes, and there's also the standard selection - vegetables, fruits, cheeses, yogurts, herbs, sausages, bacon, fried vegetables, potatoes, many types of Turkish pastries, croissants, etc. You can make toast and hot sandwiches. For lunch, there is chicken, beef, turkey, fish, many types of hot dishes, always fries and spaghetti. Also, at lunch, there is a snack bar by the pool - burgers, fries, spaghetti with sauce, pide with cheese and mincemeat, and something grilled (turkey, wings, fish, turkey steaks, etc.). For dinner, there was one serving area outside, where they grilled meat or fish, fried pastries with cheese, and several types of side dishes. Inside the dining area, there were also several types of hot dishes for both lunch and dinner (meatballs, patties, chicken, turkey, beef). There were also soups for lunch and dinner, and porridge for breakfast, but I didn't try them. Alcohol was not consumed by us, but I know that they make cocktails, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, at the bar. The staff is very friendly and welcoming. There are also entertainment activities throughout the day. In the evening, there is mini disco and a program for adults, either live music or some kind of show. The 1-day vacation flew by unnoticed and left the most pleasant impressions.

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Olga
2024-03-20T22:37:18+03:00

Please tell me, if 2+2, a bungalow with a double bed is not a guarantee that they will accommodate you there? I only see standards and immediately large at the tour operator.

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Lyubov
2024-03-21T00:24:11+03:00

We booked a family two-room for 2+2, although the tour operator also offers standards. But I can't imagine how four people can live in a 21 m² room. Standards seem to include a double bed and a single bed, and somewhere I saw in a photo that they set up a folding bed for the 4th guest. And also there seem to be Bunkbed Room where there are double and bunk beds.

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Olga
2024-03-21T01:04:58+03:00

Thank you very much, Lyubov. I also do not understand how to fit everything and walk around in 21m2. ))

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Olga
2024-03-19T14:53:44+03:00

Good afternoon. Can you please tell me if the LARGE room type is located in the main building?

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Lyubov
2024-03-19T15:21:41+03:00

Hello, judging by their concept, this category of rooms is only at the Annex. It is an additional building with an elevator.

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Olga
2024-03-19T15:29:31+03:00

I've checked everything and can't figure out where this building is located. I understand where the bungalow is. And there is no map of the hotel on the website(

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Lyubov
2024-03-19T15:30:37+03:00

This building is located behind the stage.

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Olga
2024-03-19T15:31:10+03:00

aha. thank you. then I will continue studying. probably it will be very noisy

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Lyubov
2024-03-19T15:33:32+03:00

From what I read, the quietest ones are the bungalows, but as I understood, in some rooms the sunlight does not pass through, and people complained that swimsuits did not dry.

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Olga
2024-03-19T15:34:02+03:00

And this is also a downside, especially with the higher humidity in the region.

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Mihail
2024-02-21T09:11:13+03:00

Hello, please tell me, I understand that the hotel is more focused on relaxation with children, perhaps there is a disco on the hotel grounds? Do I need to pay extra for a quiet room?

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Galina
2024-02-21T09:41:43+03:00

There are no noisy discos and parties until morning. There is only themed shows 🎤, everything ends and everyone goes to bed. There is a main building, and there are bungalows, they are in a quieter place. The bungalows are surrounded by greenery. Nearby there is a water park, a zoo, and slides for children.

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Svetlana
2024-02-21T09:58:27+03:00

Hello, is there anywhere to walk in the evening, or do we need to go to Kemer?

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Galina
2024-02-21T09:59:06+03:00

Yes, there is everything for walks and shopping.

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Evgeniya
2024-02-21T14:07:07+03:00

Animation arranges shows, and for those who want to continue, they offer trips to nightclubs in Kemer. We stayed in the main building, our room faced the neighboring Carmir hotel, so we didn't suffer from noise.

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Mihail
2024-02-21T14:08:01+03:00

Thank you

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Kiziltepe Mevkii Goynuk, Turkey

There are various attractions and amenities around the Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey. Some notable places nearby include:

1. Beaches: The hotel is located close to the beautiful coast of Goynuk, offering access to stunning beaches along the Mediterranean Sea.

2. Taurus Mountains: The hotel is set against the picturesque backdrop of the Taurus Mountains, providing opportunities for hiking, nature walks, and scenic views.

3. Goynuk Canyon: A natural wonder, Goynuk Canyon is a short distance away. Visitors can explore the canyon, swim in its cool waters, and enjoy nature trails.

4. Kemer: The nearby town of Kemer is known for its vibrant nightlife, shops, and restaurants. It's an excellent place to experience Turkish culture and cuisine.

5. Phaselis Ancient City: Located approximately 10 kilometers from the hotel, the ancient city of Phaselis offers visitors a chance to explore historical ruins and enjoy picturesque views of the Mediterranean.

6. Water Parks: There are several water parks in the area, providing fun-filled activities for families and children.

7. Golf Courses: Golf enthusiasts can find various golf courses in the vicinity, offering opportunities to enjoy their favorite sport.

8. Other attractions: The area also boasts natural parks, boat tours, and other water activities such as snorkeling and diving. Overall, the Sherwood Greenwood Resort's location in Goynuk, Turkey provides a mix of natural beauty, historical attractions, and modern amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay for its guests.

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The Sherwood Greenwood Resort is a luxurious hotel located in the beautiful town of Goynuk, Turkey. The hotel is surrounded by stunning natural landscapes and offers a peaceful and serene atmosphere for its guests. Accommodation at Sherwood Greenwood Resort includes spacious and elegantly designed rooms, ensuring a comfortable stay for guests. The rooms are well-appointed with modern amenities such as air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and private balconies with scenic views. Wi-Fi access is also available throughout the hotel. The hotel offers a wide variety of dining options to cater to different tastes and preferences. The main restaurant serves a buffet-style breakfast, lunch, and dinner, offering a range of international and local cuisines. There are also several à la carte restaurants specializing in Turkish, Italian, and seafood dishes. Guests can indulge in a range of recreational activities at the hotel, including swimming in the outdoor pool, relaxing at the spa and wellness center, or taking part in various sports such as tennis, basketball, or volleyball. There is also a kids' club and a dedicated children's pool, making the hotel an ideal choice for families. Additionally, Sherwood Greenwood Resort offers various entertainment programs and shows throughout the week, ensuring that guests have a memorable and enjoyable stay. The friendly and attentive hotel staff are always available to assist with any requests or inquiries. Overall, Sherwood Greenwood Resort provides a luxurious and comfortable stay in Goynuk, Turkey, with its well-appointed rooms, excellent dining options, and a range of amenities and activities for guests to enjoy.

Beach

The beach at Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey is a stunning and idyllic location for vacationers seeking sun, sand, and relaxation. Situated along the beautiful Mediterranean coastline, this resort offers guests direct access to a private stretch of golden sands and crystal-clear waters. The beach at Sherwood Greenwood Resort is known for its pristine beauty and serenity. Palm trees and lush greenery line the shore, creating a tropical paradise-like atmosphere. The soft sandy beach provides the perfect spot for sunbathing or building sandcastles, while the calm waves are ideal for swimming and other water activities. The resort offers a range of amenities and services on the beach to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience for guests. Sun loungers and parasols are available, allowing visitors to relax under the warm Turkish sun. Beach towels are provided, saving guests the hassle of packing bulky towels in their suitcases. For those seeking adventure, the beach offers a variety of water sports and activities. Guests can try their hand at jet skiing, paddleboarding, or even take a thrilling ride on a banana boat. The clear waters also make it an excellent spot for snorkeling, allowing guests to explore the vibrant underwater world. The beach at Sherwood Greenwood Resort is not only a daytime haven, but it also becomes a hub of entertainment and relaxation during the evenings. The resort hosts beach parties and barbecues, creating a lively and festive atmosphere. Guests can enjoy live music, dance performances, or simply unwind with a refreshing cocktail while admiring the sunset. Lastly, the beach at Sherwood Greenwood Resort benefits from the resort's attentive and friendly staff. From ensuring cleanliness and safety to providing excellent service, the staff goes above and beyond to make guests' beach experience unforgettable. In conclusion, the beach at Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey offers a picturesque and tranquil retreat for those seeking ultimate relaxation and entertainment. With its natural beauty, wide range of activities, and exceptional service, it is no wonder that the beach at this resort is a favorite among tourists.

Children

Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey offers a range of activities and amenities for kids. Some of the highlights include:

1. Kids' Club: The resort has a dedicated Kids' Club where children can participate in various supervised activities and games. The club offers age-appropriate entertainment for different age groups.

2. Water Park: The resort has a water park with slides and pools specifically designed for kids. Children can enjoy splashing around and having fun in the water.

3. Mini Golf: There is a mini-golf course at the resort, which is a popular activity for kids. They can practice their putting skills and enjoy friendly competitions with their family and friends.

4. Sports Activities: Sherwood Greenwood Resort provides various sports facilities for children, including tennis courts, basketball courts, and beach volleyball. Kids can engage in these activities and have an active vacation experience.

5. Playground: The resort features a playground area with swings, slides, and climbing frames, providing a fun space for children to play and interact with other kids.

6. Entertainment: The resort organizes special entertainment programs for kids, including kids' shows, magic shows, and themed parties. These events are tailored to entertain and engage the younger guests.

7. Indoor Activities: In case of bad weather or for some indoor fun, the resort may offer indoor activities such as arts and crafts, board games, and movie screenings for kids. It is important to note that specific activities and amenities may vary at different times and seasons. It is advisable to check with the resort directly for the most up-to-date information on kids' entertainment options during your stay.

Entertainment

There are several entertainment options near the Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey. Here are some suggestions:

1. Goynuk Canyon: Visit the beautiful Goynuk Canyon, located just a short distance from the hotel. You can enjoy hiking, swimming, and nature walks in this picturesque location.

2. Beach Clubs: Goynuk has several beach clubs along the coastline where you can relax, sunbathe, and enjoy water activities such as jet skiing and parasailing.

3. Nightclubs and Bars: Goynuk is known for its vibrant nightlife. There are several nightclubs and bars in the area where you can dance, listen to live music, and enjoy a variety of drinks and cocktails.

4. Antalya Aquapark: If you're looking for some family-friendly entertainment, the Antalya Aquapark is a great option. It offers a variety of water slides, pools, and attractions for all ages.

5. Off-road Safari Tours: Experience the thrill of off-road excursions and explore the rugged terrains and hidden gems of Goynuk on an off-road safari tour.

6. Shopping: Goynuk has several shopping malls, bazaars, and markets where you can shop for souvenirs, local handicrafts, clothing, and accessories.

7. Diving and Snorkeling: Explore the underwater world of the Mediterranean Sea by going on a diving or snorkeling trip. There are many diving centers near the hotel that offer lessons and equipment rental.

8. Golf Courses: Golf enthusiasts can enjoy a round of golf at the various golf courses near the hotel. Some popular options include the Antalya Golf Club and the Kaya Palazzo Golf Club. Please note that the availability and timing of these entertainment options may vary, so it's recommended to check with the hotel or local guides for updated information during your stay.

Water activities

The 'Sherwood Greenwood Resort' located in Goynuk, Turkey offers a variety of water activities for its guests. The resort features multiple swimming pools including a main outdoor pool with slides, a relax pool, and a separate children's pool with attractions suitable for kids. The pool area is equipped with sun loungers and parasols, allowing guests to relax and enjoy the sun. The resort also provides towel service, so guests do not need to bring their own beach towels. In addition to the swimming pools, the Sherwood Greenwood Resort is in close proximity to the beach. Guests can access the public beach, which is just a short walk or shuttle ride away from the resort. The beach offers soft sand, clear waters, and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea. At the beach, guests can engage in various water activities such as swimming, snorkeling, or simply sunbathing. The resort may provide beach towels for use at the beach as well. Overall, whether you prefer poolside relaxation or beachside fun, the Sherwood Greenwood Resort in Goynuk, Turkey offers a range of water activities to suit your preferences.

Top questions

1. Where is Sherwood Greenwood Resort located? - Sherwood Greenwood Resort is located in Goynuk, Turkey.

2. What are the amenities offered at Sherwood Greenwood Resort? - Sherwood Greenwood Resort offers amenities such as multiple swimming pools, water slides, a spa and wellness center, fitness facilities, tennis courts, various restaurants and bars, and a kids club.

3. What types of accommodations are available at Sherwood Greenwood Resort? - Sherwood Greenwood Resort offers a range of accommodations including standard rooms, family suites, and villas.

4. Is Wi-Fi available at Sherwood Greenwood Resort? - Yes, Wi-Fi is provided at Sherwood Greenwood Resort and is generally available in public areas and guest rooms.

5. Is Sherwood Greenwood Resort all-inclusive? - Yes, Sherwood Greenwood Resort operates on an all-inclusive basis, which means that meals, beverages, and selected activities are included in the room rate.

6. Does Sherwood Greenwood Resort have a private beach? - Yes, Sherwood Greenwood Resort has a private beach area for its guests to enjoy.

7. Are there any nearby attractions to Sherwood Greenwood Resort? - Some nearby attractions to Sherwood Greenwood Resort include the ancient city of Phaselis, the Düden Waterfalls, and the Antalya Aquarium.

8. How far is Sherwood Greenwood Resort from the Antalya Airport? - Sherwood Greenwood Resort is approximately 45 kilometers or 28 miles away from the Antalya Airport.

9. Does Sherwood Greenwood Resort organize activities and entertainment? - Yes, Sherwood Greenwood Resort offers a variety of activities and entertainment options such as daily shows, live music performances, sports activities, and themed nights.

10. Is there a spa at Sherwood Greenwood Resort? - Yes, Sherwood Greenwood Resort has a spa and wellness center offering various treatments, massages, and relaxation amenities.

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  • Massage / Beauty Centre
  • Body Treatments
  • Garden
  • Dart Board
Hotel Facilities
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • WiFi
  • Restaurant
  • Free Parking
  • Parking
  • Elevator / Lift
  • 24-Hour Reception
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Express Check-In/Check-Out
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
Room Facilities
  • Air Conditioned
  • Mini Bar
  • Safe-Deposit Box
  • Hair Dryer
  • TV
  • Shower
Extra services
  • Luggage Storage
Water activities
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Spa & Wellness Centre
  • Pool Indoor
  • Pool Outdoor
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  • Babysitting / Child Services
  • Playground
  • Kids Club
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  • Private beach
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