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Rating3.5, based on 116 Review(s) Price: Rs. 5000.0

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Sun, 05 Jun – Mon, 06 Jun (1 Night)  |  1 Room  |  1 Guest

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  • Max:3 Adults &2 Children

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    3.5

    Eagleton (The Golf Resort)

    (based on 116 reviews)

  • Traveller Rating

    • Terrible 14
    • Poor 9
    • Average 28
    • Very Good 44
    • Excellent 21
  • Rating Summary

    • Location 3.5
    • Sleep Quality 3.5
    • Rooms 3.5
    • Service 3.5
    • Value 3.0
    • Cleanliness 3.5

  • Team excursion to Eagleton

    by dipikagupta1708 on May 28, 2016

    Eagleton The Golf Resort Eagleton - The Golf Village, located at the distance of 28 km from the city, is a perfect amalgamation of recreation and relaxation, especially for non-golfers on the lookout for refreshing interludes from the pressure of daily life. We, the MVG Team at AIG Bangalore, visited the resort on Friday, the 27th May 2016. It was one day trip with almost 11 hours spent at the venue amidst the beautiful scenic beauty. We started at 7:00 AM in the morning with bus picking all the team members one by one who assembled at the common meeting point en route to destination. While in bus, all team members were joyfully playing the very interactive game called "Mafia" in which each player is secretly assigned a role affiliated with one of these teams. The game has two alternating phases: night, during which the mafia may covertly "murder" an innocent, and day, in which surviving players debate the identities of the mafia and vote to eliminate a suspect. Play continues until all of the mafia have been eliminated or until the mafia outnumbers the innocents. It lasted for almost one and half hours giving all team members ample opportunity to interact and discuss with each other thereby enhancing the professional bond among them. We reached our destination at 9:30 AM and started with refreshing Breakfast, after taking a group photograph at the entrance of Eagleton. The morning was full of veg and non-veg varieties like Dosa, sandwiches, fruits, sausages, omelettes, fruit yogurt (loved by all) and juices in drinks (a bit tasteless!). We were done with the breakfast at around 10:30 AM with next move to Conference Room for Team Building activities. Ice breaker was "Two truth and one lie", a classic get-to-know-you game to know each about each team mate. All the players wrote two truth and one lie about themselves and submitted to the host so that they can speak out those traits loud and let the other players guess their team member name and opt false statement out of three. The Ice breaker than superseded the 2016 SMART Goals discussion on how MRM MVG team as a whole can contribute towards the achievement of AIG Goals as a whole. This session gave each team member the opportunity to put forward their goals and how they can connect their work with the outgrowth and enhancement of the MVG team as a whole. This session lasted for an hour making each person aware of the individual objective. After short Tea break, team started with the game Blind fold. Blindfolds can impel team members into working together more closely - for example in blindfolds leads, a blindfolded person has to rely upon a sighted person. This is good for developing the habit of closer working relationships and trust upon your partner. There was another short game called Pass the Ball.This was a simple exercise but it taught a powerful Lean lesson of team work, direct involvement, and continuous improvement. This exercise involves passing tennis balls within a group through notebook without touching it with hands, where the goal is to perform this action as quickly as possible. Team moved to an open area in the garden to play the very funny Egg pass game in which the whole team was divided in seven teams with to players each. The idea was to inculcate the feeling of faith, confidence and positivity about each other as a team. Each player passed the egg to the co-team member at the starting signal by throwing it in the air and seeing whose egg doesn't crack in the catching process. The team whose egg smashed ends together and teams with unbroken shells advance to the next round. Whoever has the last uncracked egg wins. By now you must be thinking how many games we discovered and played in just a day span. Then let me dispel your confusion by adding that these games were chosen with the aim to give each one option to mix with others as quickly and comfortably as possible! Team was exhausted by now and was looking for some relax. This was afternoon with everyone feeling hungry so we moved to have Lunch at the resort itself. The hall was quiet big with good arrangements and lunch varieties. The place was clan, having good number of people sitting around on big tables (as this place was visited by many corporate that day) having discussion with each other. Instead of table service, it was a buffet arrangement (free unlimited servings are allowed under this system with money charged once as a whole). Everyone took the food they required as they walk along, placing it in their plates. In addition, there were options like pastas which must be served hot and can be immediately prepared. Main course meal was followed by desert with options of pastries, ice-creams, gulabjamuns, brownies etc.. After completing the lunch, 10 minutes break out time was their to give each one some personal time to attend calls, or to have some private time. Team then started with the game called as "Pictionary". It is a guessing word game in which whole team was divided into two teams with each team sending their representative to choose one card among a pile of square cards. Each square card has a word on it. The objective is - the representative will draw that word on board and the rest of the team has to identify the word before times up. There was another part of this game which was "all play" where one player from each team attempts to illustrate the same concept simultaneously, with the two teams racing to guess first. The first player to land and guess correctly at the finish wins. The much awaited "Cricket" started at 4:00 PM in the evening with again whole team divided in two teams, 7 players each (unfortunately, we fall short by 4 players in each team). We decided to keep 8 overs. It was again fun with one team scored 88 runs against the target of 99 runs from the other one. It lasted for about one and half hours. The next move was towards the swimming pool - to beat the heat. Everyone, all the boys, were interested in having pool fun with drinks and volley ball. So, all progressed to the bar for collecting their Beer mugs to enjoy the same while in pool along with water volleyball. It is a competitive fine-tuned middle-court oriented water game which can be played between two teams with a light ball. Boys enjoyed it a lot. View towards pool was nice too. Those who were not interested in immersing to swimming pool, decided to play table tennis. This lasted till 8:30 PM. By then, everyone was totally exhausted and was ready to move from the resort for their respective home. All-in-all, the outing was above imagination. Everyone enjoyed the place, day stay and food. Good food options for vegetarians too. Staff were helpful and was with good attitude. Though it is away from the city, but you will really feel away from the daily fatigue, anxiety and work pressure. Just surrender yourself to its amazing beauties.

  • Worst hotel

    by parasmanchanda on May 5, 2016

    The worst hotel i have ever visited in my life. No cooperation from the staff Food was also not good The service is pathetic I asked milk for my child at around 10:30pm but there was no response I called the reception the room service but there was no response At last my child slept The worst hotel Never stay

  • Conference meet turned a mess

    by Adhritify on May 2, 2016

    We organized a dealer meet in the resort. Services were horrible to the core. At reception we met a middle aged man (may be manager, not sure) who was arrogant, gave all answers starting with 'NO', lacked hospitality. There was no bell boy. No one to tell us about the rooms. No courtesy factor. Coming to the conference room. It was stinking like thousands of rats have been buried. Saw multiple power cuts disturbing our presentations. AC was not working in the tea/coffee lobby. There was no one to serve chapati. Food quality was similar to the cheap restaurants. Rooms were again stinking. Water bottles were not there. A big rat came out in the room of one of our guests. Mosquitoes, I don't even want to open my mouth. I am so highly disappointed. After shelling out of huge amount of money we didn't even get services of a 2 star hotel. Summary - Hospitality - 0 Conference hall services - 0 Basic amenities (AC, water etc) - 0 Food - 0 Room - 0 Hygiene - 0

  • Business trip

    by Craig D on April 30, 2016

    Not great. The property REALLY needs an upgrade. The rooms are old and run down. When I got to my room the walls were cracked, the AC was broken (it was 102 degrees F outside) and a weird fungus was growing in my shower. The Golf course looked beautiful but I didn't get a chance to play. Food was very good. Just a shame because someone needs to do a complete renovation. Until then I would go somewhere else.

  • My Worst experience in Eagleton Resorts

    by erkansalmanish on April 21, 2016

    My visit is from 17-22 April 2016. Room service is poor. Food is pathetic. Room having fowl smell. Bathroom shower is broken. Mr. Ganesh (Duty Manager) is very rude person. Inspite listening my concern, He is blaming me that VP of TVS Motors not given any negative feedback about the food, But how u saying that food is not ok. Mr. Ganesh duty manager also scaring me that from which dept. u are working, he will complaint regarding me in my company. This is Zero level hotel. Inspite of solving customer concern, Mr. Ganesh (Duty Manager) has abused me.



  • Gof view is best

    by dipikagupta1708 on May 28, 2016

  • Ask for golf course view. The swimming pool view is only average.

    by oppraveen on January 19, 2016

  • Ask them to provide rooms facing Golf course, If not then atleast facing the swimming pool but it could be noisy at times

    by Kaustav_Dasgupta on December 6, 2015

  • There are rooms facing the pool, which should have better view.

    by Saipriya3011 on October 10, 2015

  • Reach early(9AM) to get clean pool and access to indoor sports.

    by antovance on October 4, 2015

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Hotel Policies

  • Check-in
    From 12:00 AM
  • Check-out
    Until 12:00 AM
  • Rooms
    132
  • Floors
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  • The primary guest must be at least 18 years of age to check into this hotel.
  • As per Government regulations, It is mandatory for all guests above 18 years of age to carry a valid photo identity card & address proof at the time of check-in. In case, check-in is denied by the hotel due to lack of required documents, you cannot claim for the refund & the booking will be considered as NO SHOW.
  • Unless mentioned, the tariff does not include charges for optional room services (such as telephone calls, room service, mini bar, snacks, laundry etc). In case, such additional charges are levied by the hotel, we shall not be held responsible for it.
  • All hotels charge a compulsory Gala Dinner Supplement on Christmas and New Year's eve. Other special supplements may also be applicable during festival periods such as Dusshera, Diwali etc. Any such charge would have to be cleared directly at the hotel.
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