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We had a nice stay at this hotel, rooms are nice and clean and facilities are all good. The breakfast buffet is nice and changes each morning, and the hotel buffet dinner and all restaurants served great food. The staff were all very pleasant and helpful. We will stay again!
Booked Room in April.Called Hotel 1 hour before actual arrival & informed about arrival,So they can make Room ready well in advance.But upon arrival we were made to wait for almost 20-25 min.Reason told by Hotel was "Room is being Ready".
The staff right from the security to the managers were extremely helpful. Ideal for people going to the US consulate.
nice swimming pool excellent breakfast buffet (superb coffee) helpful floor based room cleaners nice and clean rooms swimming pool should have a section for kids (less than 7 year olds) or adjust the height at one end suitable for children.
It is truly paradise on earth. The hotel is beautiful in every aspect, whether it be the amazing swimming pool running the length of the hotel, or the mind-blowing infinity pool overlooking the sea, the greenery, the rooms etc. Try and book a pool facing room if the sea facing room is out of your ...
Several of Chennai’s four-star hotels are around T Nagar, one of the shopping districts, and Nungambakkam. Choose a contemporary Chennai four-star hotel that has an outdoor pool and is within easy reach of the shopping centres. Indulge yourself with a stay in one of Chennai’s four-star hotels that feature a full-service spa and an indoor pool.
Chennai has no shortage of places to shop. If you want a wide range of international and Indian brands under one roof, check out the city’s numerous shopping malls including the Chennai Citi Centre, Express Avenue and Spencer Plaza. For designer boutiques and smart galleries, head to Khader Nawaz Khan Road in the district of Nungambakkam.
The city is particularly known for its silk shops selling exquisite Kanchipuram silks. There’s a large range of silk shops in Pondy Bazaar and in the streets around Panagal Park. It’s precisely the area to explore if you’re in India for a wedding and want to buy a sari for the occasion.
If you’re a vegetarian, you’ll enjoy the mostly meat-free food of the Tamil Nadu region, which includes dosas (thin rolled pancakes), vadas (lentil-flour doughnuts) and idlis (soft rice cakes) – all flavoured liberally with coconut chutney, chilli and coriander.
If you prefer meat dishes, check out the Muslim district around Triplicane High Road and feast on succulent beef and lamb biryanis. The growth of luxury hotels in Chennai has brought a huge rise in upmarket, international restaurants that offer fine dining.
Discover the treasures found in Chennai’s temples, including Kapaleeshwarar Temple and the eight-century Parthasarathy Temple. You can see the Portuguese legacy in the form of San Thome Cathedral, which has the tomb of St Thomas the Apostle. Doubting Thomas, who was killed at St Thomas Mount in the southern part of the city, was believed to have brought Christianity to the Indian subcontinent in the first century AD.
Your four-star hotel can arrange a private tour of the narrow streets of George Town, Chennai’s historic heart which includes the vast 17th-century Fort St. George. Its museum chronicles Chennai’s past and features colonial works of art.