Hotel Infiniti

IC/CA Scheme No. 94, Opposiite Bombay Hospital, Vijay Nagar,Indore,India

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    Experience World-class Service at Hotel Infiniti

    Located within just 7 km of the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport and Indore Junction Railway Station, Hotel Infiniti offers a roof top restaurant, OPM and provides 24-hour front desk. Free WiFi is available. The bright air-conditioned rooms have tile/marble flooring and flat-screen cable TV. They feature a minibar and electric kettle. The attached bathrooms come with free toiletries and a shower. Hotel Infiniti is located just 8 km from the famous Regional Park- Boating club, 12 km from the sacred Bada Ganpati Temple and 25 km from the popular Dewas Tekri. The Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, an important pilgrimage is 40 km away. The property is located 6 km from the Sarwate Bus Station. The guests can approach the property for car rental services and luggage storage. The dry cleaning, ironing service and laundry facilities are available at a surcharge. The dining option is the Indigo Multi Cuisine Restaurant. The guests can enjoy refreshing alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at the Time Square Lounge and Bar. Room service is available for 24-hour.


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    • Your website is a disaster

      Reviewed 28 August 2019

      My girlfriend was supposed to make the reservations while I was at work. She said the website was too confusing and was sending her all over the place. I told her Id take care of it. I picked the package I wanted,modified the days and length of stay, hit the review button, looked good so far, so I hit confirm. Checked my email when I could and it has the wrong day. Checked the screenshots I took of the review page, it has the correct days. Says no refunds with my particular package. Says must call the lodge. I tried multiple times and the line disconnects after the first ring. I then tried the reservations line and thats when the real fun started. I was told that 1. Im basically S.O.L. 2. I must have hit the wrong button. 3. My webpage has a problem. I told her Im not the one with the webpage, she is. She replied they have nothing to do with the webpage. I told her I have the screenshots and Ill send them to her. She told me she has only inter company email and no fax. She told me no refund is possible, I need to talk with the desk at skyland. I told her I tried and what happens, she said the phones dont work that well up there. She then tells me to try again on the website. I couldnt believe it, Im already out once and she wants more of my money. After the weird eerie feeling creeps in I told her I was sorry for bothering her, but that her answers were bothering me. She said that she couldnt have me talking like that to her or her coworkers, and to call back when I calm down. I informed her that I was calm and needed to know what my next step would be, she said she could transfer me to the skyland desk and to hold on and dont choose the reservations option. I said ok and waited for approximately 30 seconds and noticed that the line had disconnected. I see that Skyland managers occasionally respond to these, so this last part is hopefully for them. I need some help here number one. Number two, you should be thanking me for bringing this to your attention, not berating me and acting like Im crazy. Im 55 not 155, and Ive got the proof that this wasnt my mistake. They said that the call was being recorded, so if YOU dont believe any of the conversation, listen for yourself. The call was made 11:38 pm on august 27th, 2019. Unless YOU can direct me in the right direction, I will bring my credit card statement, phone records, screenshots and my story to the states bureau of consumer affairs or the ombudsmans office, whoever is willing to help me. Please get your act together and do the right thing here. Ive been going to Shenandoah since I was a kid. And since an adult, have stayed at the lodges about a dozen times. All of them have been wonderful, except for this abomination.

    • Location, Location, Location

      Reviewed 22 August 2019

      If youre not wanting to camp, there arent a lot of options for staying overnight in the park. This was our first time staying at Skyland, and our overall impression was positive. We stayed in Franklin and Hazeltop and enjoyed the larger space, view, and bathroom size of our room in Hazeltop better. Both rooms were modest, simple accommodations consisting of two queen beds; much like a basic hotel room. However, the location is excellent and the proximity to so many trails and activities is why one should stay here. We thought the cost of the rooms were reasonable and they were certainly comfortable. From the outside the buildings appear somewhat rustic, and while not perfect, the interiors are reasonably well maintained. If location is important and you have modest expectations of your room, staying at Skyland is a solid choice.

    • A Beautiful Place to Stay in a Beautiful Place

      Reviewed 21 August 2019

      Ok, lets get to some basics. We dont expect modern, five-star accommodation when we stay in the centre of a National Park. We expect to pay more due to market forces, costs of getting staff in, food and drink in, just simple logistics really. Now thats out of the way, bottom line up front, Skyland is not state-of-the-art, and its expensive. But we knew that before we booked, and we booked it because we really wanted to stay here. And we loved it! Booking on-line from the UK, was for us, very straightforward. We couldnt be guaranteed a cabin with all the views, but we did get one with sort of views (see attached sunset photo), and sorry, but individuals who post a review complaining of trees in a woodland spoiling their view need a reality check (personal opinion). Our check in process was easy, then with clear instructions down to Laurel Cabin in Block 22. Yes, the room is on the basic side (as we expected), but it was warm, clean, comfortable and neighbouring guests quiet. And yes, we did have views from our lower balcony looking west. Lots of storage, lots of hot water, lots of comfy mattress. Happy guests. It was a short, though pretty steep, walk up to the main lodge with its dining room, bar, shop and other facilities. Liked the bar, nice atmosphere, and a few decent local beers with an outside (damned smokers) veranda looking west. We ate dinner after seven thirty as it seems to get much quieter then. Good food, again expensive, but see para one. After a good nights sleep, we decided to go for a run, so three miles north, descending along the Appalachian Trail. Great way to get to some of the viewpoints and see deer around the trail. Then three miles back up the road, but hardly any traffic. Then breakfast (brunch) at about 09:50, so again we had missed the rush hour. We went for the buffet, which at $15.00, seemed to be pretty good value. There is also a very good looking grab and go for those with less time to sit down and eat. Good gift-shop to get all those Shenandoah themed gifts. And because we realised it was an expensive place to stay, we made the most of our time here from arriving to leaving and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves (an eighteen hour long overnight stop). What most people seem to complain about is stuff that a little bit of research can inform. So if you are prepared to accept a bit of old-fashionedness, and pay the prices, and see that as a part of staying in a beautiful part of the United States, you should not be disappointed.

    • Skyland view-or so they say

      Reviewed 19 August 2019

      Shenandoah Mountains was a fun trip, many sights. The only negative is we booked a Lodge with Skyland & paid an upgraded premium for he best view, But we received an obstructed view with a tree. Per the front desk, when you book your reservation, call them to confirm your upgrade. Seems like double work or a classic excuse. Overall, I would recommend, but dont pay premium, wait and see if you can upgrade the room, after you pay the lower rate

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    • Outstanding Stay at Skyland in Shenandoah National Park

      Reviewed 14 August 2019

      This is the first time we visited Shenandoah National Park. The on-line description and photos of Skyland were accurate and appealing. The on-line booking and confirmation was easy and accurate.The drive from our home in Annapolis, Maryland was about three hours, a reasonable time considering the 35 mph speed limit in Shenandoah National Park. We wanted a short vacation in a quiet, safe and beautiful place. Skyland was all that and more, from the lodging to the accommodations to the Park. We also dined at Big Meadows Lodge and were pleased with that venue. The day and night sky programs we attended at both Big Meadows and Skyland were great (shout outs to Ranger Roland, Intern Ember as well as the other Park Rangers!). The hikes were refreshing and invigorating. My wife and I were there for 3 nights and left feeling relaxed and renewed. We are looking forward to returning to Skyland in the very near future.


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