It is pleasing to see some examples of traditional Turkish architecture and decoration at Green Anatolia; for example in the lobby oversized oriental carpets adorn the walls and floors, while an enormous rustic iron chandelier is suspended from the ceiling, signalling that this is not your standard cookie-cutter holiday resort. A cosy waiting area with book exchange is an extension of the Reception area. Just off the lobby guests will come across a barber and mini market.
As the hotel is built on the hillside, there are various levels where facilities are located. There are two free-form pools on-site, one on the upper terrace and one on the lower terrace, both lined with sun beds and parasols. Guests will find a tennis court steps away from the upper terrace pool. The larger of the two pools, the lower terrace pool features a waterslide and is overlooked by some of the rooms. A circular bar serves the pool deck and is found in a gazebo, while nearby there are a couple of games such as life-size chess, table tennis, air hockey and table football (all but the chess are at an extra cost to guests). There is plenty of seating as well as a big screen television hooked up to Sky TV on the pool deck.
For the children there is a separate kids' wading pool and a small playpen with slide and swings nestled in the garden. For the parents who need a break, or for anybody who needs to unwind, there is a simple spa with Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath and massage rooms. The facilities are spacious however basically decorated and in the case of the fitness room, dark and therefore a bit depressing. On the up side, there is no charge to use these facilities (excluding massages/treatments). On another note, we especially loved the lush gardens at Green Anatolia, awash with bright flowers, adding plenty to the hotel's charm.