|Location||13 kms from Market|
Indore Mashal-A Hill Resort provides 30 air-conditioned deluxe rooms, 2 elegant suites and 4 executive cottages. Impromptu services as well as luxury are the hallmarks of this hotel. Attached baths with round the clock hot and cold water supply, satellite television, direct dial, refrigerator, internet services and 24 hours room service are the facilities offered. All the rooms are elegantly furnished and reflect a soothing ambience.
Indore Mashal – A Hill Resort houses all embracing ‘Tipsy Ranch’, the bar and multi cuisine restaurant where you can savor the scrumptious mughlai, Chinese, continental and Indian dishes. ‘Dew Drops’, the open air restaurant and barbecue is the preferred haunt for many to enjoy some yummy food in romantic environs. You can enjoy tasty snacks and steaming cups of coffee in the 24 hour coffee shop, ‘Café Jade’.
Mashal-A Hill Resort in Indore commands convenient access to major business centers of the city. As Indore is a commercial hub, it features many business centers and conference halls. The hotel has good network to put in order your business tours most efficiently. In addition it will oblige you with essential business needs like fax, photocopy and secretarial services.
For complete relaxation as well as some fun filled activities Mashal-A Hill Resort in Indore houses some great opportunities to spend your vacation in style. For fitness freaks the hotel houses a well equipped Health Club. In leisure time you can enjoy a game of table tennis or squash, billiards or lawn tennis.
Other Facilities :
Other facilities in Mashal-A Hill Resort in Indore such as laundry, foreign currency exchange, Travel and Airline assistance, doctors on call, car parking and car rentals, sight seeing excursions and weekend packages are the other facilities provided by the hotel.
City Info :
Walking through the city of Indore you will come across imposing historical edifices built by the Holkars. Among all, the most visited is the old Palace, a seven storey grand building built of stone and wood amalgamating Mughal, Maratha and French architecture.