On board and off board hospitality in The Golden Chariot - Pride of The South is provided by one of the leading Hotel & Resort chains of India “The Mapple Group”
Welcome to Mapple
Close your eyes and see the yellow veil of mustard in the fields, the golden glow of sun at dawn, the royal gaze of a tiger, the flight of a bird returning home, the unique pattern on a butterfly, and the sun’s rays filtering through the swaying branches.
Imagine the bitterness of chocolate, purity of a pearl, the serenity of lush green mountains, the mystery of Da Vinci’s paintings, the sound of the word violet, the crown of the peacock & the beauty of silence before the dawn.
In the quite stillness hear the voice of a nightingale, the cascading sound of a waterfall and the crescendo of Beethover’s Emperor.
Feel the warmth of a blanket on a chilly winter night, the sweet scent of soil after the first rain, the early morning dew on the grass & the aroma of Darjeeling tea.
These are experiences that make you joyous, that make you come alive. We understand these experiences at Mapple.
• Mapple makes you feel good about who you are
• Where you can unwind at your own pace
• Mapple is what you want it to be. Mapple is your style.
• The place where you can ‘just be yourself.’
About Mapple Group
Mapple's first hotel Mapple Inn, Hyderabad at Jubilee Hills was opened in Nov.2006 followed by the opening of Mapple Whitefield, Bangalore in January, 2007.
Mapple Viva, Goa located in North Goa and Mapple Abhay, Jodhpur have started operations in April, 2007.
As time goes by, Mapple will have its flag flying in the following cities namely Pune, Chennai, Mysore, Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Indore, Bhubaneswar, Jammu, Katra, Badi, Pondicherry, Kochi and Coimbatore.
The essence of Mapple hospitality lies in its being unobtrusive. The guest is at the centre stage and his/her individuality is sacrosanct. The philosophy is epitomized in the pithy belief that, urges guests to Just be Yourself’.
While the Mapple Hotels, Palaces and Resorts are distinct from each other there is the Mapple Culture that makes them alike.