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Masai Pathar, Near Jeur-Mahulange phata Panala Rd, Panhala 411001 India
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nachiket w wrote a review Dec. 2017
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The location of the hotel is excellent far away from the city and complete silence of nature The resort too has open lawn , bonfire and greenery around But I the most important part is rooms which are strictly average and the owner who is a very polite young man needs to work hard on . Bath fitting were pathetic . The food served too was not upto the mark kolhapuri standards I expected it too be Thanks
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Date of stay: December 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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atulghodke wrote a review May 2016
Pune, India5 contributions
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Except the birds chirping and trees around, the facilities was not at all good. There is very limited options for food and compared to the prices charged the quantity is also very less. Also Room service was not good. So we preferred to eat in nearby places like Panhala Fort instead of the resort. There was no cleanliness in Toilets as well as in the suite. We had booked the banglow/suite and had informed them about our arrival on the day of check-in. But the banglow/suite was not kept ready and clean. There were lots of spider webs on the roof and the walls had lot of Holi colors spread over. The walls, Windows and Doors had lots of gaps from where anything can crawl into the suite. Few windows were not able to close at all. After returning from there we found a dead mouse into our baggage. I won't recommend it at all.
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Date of stay: May 2016
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chetan p wrote a review May 2016
Kolhapur District, India95 contributions3 helpful votes
The food was excellent service was not bad, staff was polite, in morning we went for tracking on platue nearby it was awesome experience rooms were good but bathroom and toilets were stinky no soap given rest all was well
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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navigationstar wrote a review Feb. 2016
Pune, India69 contributions22 helpful votes
This year after Diwali we decided to have a road trip to Konkan from pune. A stop at Kolhapur was must due to all its historical background. Rather than spending a night at Kolhapur itself we had planned to stay at Masai resort, near Panhala fort. Masai Plateau is the largest plateau of Asia, and it’s worth visiting. Anytime in the year would be good time, but the preferable would be the winters and just ending rainy seasons, considering the roads. Early morning visit to Masai plateau is must thing and should be in your list if you are visiting here. This plateau and the surrounding is especially famous among bird watchers and lovers, also the photographers in the search of marvellous natural light. If that’s the plan then you are left with no other option than staying at the base of this plateau. Masai resort is actually an ideal place for that (That’s what we thought..!). But the resort is a big flop show. We reached there around 9.30 or so, with prior calling and booking. It was a family trip with 2 elderly persons and 2 kids. The vegetarian food options were limited or I can say we didn’t have any. Had to settle with whatever was offered. Very routine food. Dal-rice, roti etc. There was nothing specially made less spicy for the kids. The food that we kept for ‘just in case’, proven to be ‘that case!’(We had clearly informed and asked for it on phone and while booking on phone.) The rooms here are constructed beautifully, again a disappointment when it comes to cleanliness and hygiene. We were placed in a cottage with 2 separate sleeping spaces at upstairs and at ground, enough spacious for the family like us, but very shabby and dirty. Same thing for bed-spreads and coverings. All stuff stinky and absolutely not touchable. No measures taken for the in house mosquitoes so we were partying with them! The bed spreads actually had stains and after complaining they just turned it over like out of the sight is out of the mind..! Bathrooms and toilets were leaking. With no hot water off-course! We actually had to take shower in some other bathrooms, which were not occupied. Food thing repeated for the breakfast, but yes they provided at least with hot meals and two options which was like getting a treat..! all in all total zero marks for hospitality and maintenance! All of it was healed by the serene beauty, the road leading to the plateau and the plateau itself! Amazing experience of sunrise, birds singing and no other sound. I would advice, please select wisely for the stay, or you can actually ask and stay at the native houses. Instead of spoiling the mood and money at Masai Resort.
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Date of stay: November 2015
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Abhay1979 wrote a review Nov. 2015
Pune, India15 contributions11 helpful votes
We visited this place early November 2015. Must say the surroundings are worth it but this place is not worth a single penny. This place has a lot of potential but it's absolutely ill-maintained. All arrangements are managed by the local family staying there who have got no clue about cleanliness needed by urban visitors. The food quantity was really less compared to what they charge for it. They did not have arrangement for few additional food items when requested for with additional payment. Room condition and the towel provided was very damp with black fungus all over the place. This should be your last choice if you have no other accommodation option left
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Date of stay: November 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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PRICE RANGE
USD 115 - USD 189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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IndiaMaharashtraKolhapur DistrictPanhala
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Masai Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Masai Resort?
Nearby attractions include Panhala Fort (0.2 km).
What food & drink options are available at Masai Resort?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Masai Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Hotel Centre Palace Restaurant, Gauri Dining, and Hotel Suvidha.
Is Masai Resort located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Panhala.