Where to start? The resort's sheer size alone means that after check-in you and your luggage will most likely be ferried to your room in a large buggy. The resort is divided into two distinct areas: the 'hotel' (the same building as Reception) and the 'club' and there are advantages and disadvantages with both. The hotel is handy to Reception and the rooms are cosier (see Accommodation), but a little further from the resort centre, even if the hotel section has its own facilities. The club meanwhile, is at the heart of the resort yet the rooms are built on sloping hillsides which means you'll be walking up, down and around the whole time you're there. Granted, there are a couple of outdoor elevators (with air con and sea views) to facilitate getting around.
Letoonia has a pleasant village atmosphere, complete with a central square and fountain, providing a place in which to get your bearings. The bungalow style buildings in the club section are nestled in the hillside and follow the curve of the bay; covered in lush plants, there are lovely views from most areas. Letoonia also commissioned several statues: Apollo, Artemis, Poseidon and Co. are dotted throughout the grounds.
Being bored would probably prove to be a difficult task. The usual sports are on offer such as tennis, mini golf, boccia ball, badminton, mini football, basketball, archery and water sports plus a variety of activities with the in-house animation team. There's an amphitheatre with a nightly entertainment program but watch out if your accommodation is in Z block as the loud music carries on until at least after 10:00pm. Kids will love the mini club (300m² of playgrounds, playhouses, activity areas, mini pools and mini waterslides) and the large waterslides which go right into the sea. There's also a mini disco at the amphitheatre prior to the evening show.
Other facilities include a Thalasso therapy indoor pool (shaded with bougainvillea plants), a beautifully decorated spa and wellness centre, shuttle boat service to Fethiye (costs extra, but a novel alternative to a taxi), free Internet café (although when we tried to use it, the computers either didn't work, or suffered from a slow connection), a large and well-equipped fitness room, games room, plus the obligatory resort boutiques. The two pools (one on the club side and one on the hotel side) are large but for such a large resort, we were surprised there weren't others. The pool on the hotel side overlooks a beach, while the village pool is high up on a cliff and overlooks the bay on the far side of the resort. At night, those who enjoy dancing with the sea breeze in the hair should head to the open-air disco at the edge of the peninsula.