Corel Draw is a lot closer to Illustrator than to InDesign in functionality. As far as I know there are no converters for Corel Draw to ID. On the other hand if you need editable paths, you may be able to pen the file in Illustrator, then copy/paste to ID. If the paths are simple enough they will be editable.
Better off recreating them from scratch in InDesign if you really them in InDesign.
Illustrator has no multiple page function (although it has multiple artboards) it's not really ideal for designing brochures of more than 4 pages.
There is a PDF to InDesign converter - so you could export the Corel Draw files to PDF then use PDF to InDesign, Convert PDF to InDesign, PDF to InDesign converter
If you only have a few to do then I'd do them by hand.
Thank you for quick response, Peter !! I tried doing it but it has lots of complex vectors and tables, so it didn't work.
Thank you, Eugene !! I agree it seems that's the only option. I will try the convertor that you mentioned. Thanks for your help