by Anirbanbiswasmd on Apr 14, 2013
We stayed for 1 night at the end of March for a alumni get together and it was wonderful. Initially some of our batchmates were skeptical about the distance and location of this property,but it was the USP of this place.
situated on a small hillock the view was stunning especially in the night with all those glittering city lights. The room was comfy, check in smooth and the swimming pool, though small ,but blue and beautiful .
We had lunch which was good but the spotlight was the dinner which was awesome. We were mesmerized by the beautiful view and soaked in the pleasure of dinner under a clear night sky with our old buddies.
the kids too had a burst at the play area adjacent to it. they kept on playing till late night giving us ample time to enjoy our reunion with booze and bakra.
we retired quite late and were overwhelmed with emotions.
the next morning we had breakfast which was just OK, enjoyed the gym and pool and bid good bye to this wonderful place. Wish we could have stayed 1more day there, but program was already booked at another hotel in the city for gala night.
in whole we thoroughly enjoyed our stay there and would definitely return.
PS: they charge 100 bucks for swimming trunks, take 1along if you have. The Wi-Fi was free but slow.ask for rooms near the pool.
by ggainor on Jul 23, 2012
Our family traveled out of Indore for a business conference and were lucky enough to be hosted by the Red Maple Mashal. We loved the entire week and felt like honored guests at the hotel. The staff led by Mr. Rohan Jain were always helpful and made our stay relaxed and worry free.
We stayed in one of the cottage rooms and it was luxurious. The main room is very large and the best part is that the bathroom has it's own 2 seater jacuzzi tub with jets. We liked the setup of the room and never had any problems with noise from the other guests since we were set apart to the side.
The kids loved the pool and the fact that it is set up in 3 sections. The little ones could play in the shallow end while the older ones practiced jumping and swimming in the deep section.
The restaurant had great food and we especially enjoyed the omlettes at breakfast and the pasta bar at dinner. Everyday at lunch we were able to have ice cream, which definitely made the kids happy.
The other fun thing was the small lawns around the hotel grounds where the kids could run and play - and there was even a few slides and play toys in the shape of animals that the kids loved.
We didn't try out the other restaurants, but other than the main hotel poolside restaurant there is a Woodstock Cafe and a Culinary Avenue restaurant on the hotel grounds.
The conference rooms were first class and again the staff helped us with all our needs from water and mints on the tables to a great chai/coffee break with snacks twice a day.
Again, we love this hotel and will definitely be heading back for our next business conference as there is not a hotel that can offer the luxurious rooms, food choices, and conference room needs in the Indore area. And the best thing is that the hotel is in a quiet relaxing area away from the noise and bustle of the city.
by astha5 on Nov 21, 2012
we recently stayed in Red Maple mashal for our diwali holidays , its a very nice and well maintained property ,we were a group of 14 people and we had 7 rooms , rooms were very nice and clean and things were well taken care of , everything was good except food , i think they really need to work on menu that they select and the taste specially breakfast , inspite of having breakfast and dinner plan , after eating twice we preferred to eat out , and twice we took the breakfast at the hotel but because of lack of taste we had to go out and eat , minus the food we all really enjoyed our stay . i would recommend this hotel
by Abhishek A on Nov 05, 2012
Its a well maintained resort near to Indore. Recently I visited after its renovation and conversion from Mashal hotel to The Red Maple.
Its a good venue near by indore city so that a family or friends can have a day or two outing by coming here.
by SilvyDolly on Feb 13, 2013
We recently stayed here in Indore and surprised with the tariff they charge versus facilities they provide. You have to call in for boiler to be started for hot water in a star hotel, the welcome fruit basket was a joke with few stale banana and some sad grapes in a steel bowl covered with foil. The welcome drink was a blue mix of something that was disgusting and when we asked for water instead we were told you HAVE to drink this for water we will charge you...FUNNY!!!! What a welcome!!!! the food is terrible, the mutton kabaabs were like chewing a rubber band and very expensive for for they serve.
THE BIGGEST ISSUE WE HAD IS THAT WE COULD NOT SLEEP ALL NIGHT because there was an open window in the room from where an entire grown man can come into your room and upon complaining no one took action and we stayed up all night watching over our luggage. The Managers on both night and morning shift were not strong enough to manage the place.
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