If you are visiting chennai for a few days work this hotel is best for them a decent budget hotel in the hotspot of the city easily accessible to all transport facilities is located in a food chain so for food there ll be no...更多
Located on a relatively quiet locality, the hotel offers breakfast only (though I am not sure). For your lunch and dinner you got to walk quite a bit. Best bet is Adyar Ananda Bhavan Sweets and Snacks located about a KM from the hotel. Wifi...更多
We didn't experience like before, worst service, bad room, carts and blanket are not clean.Pupil in Reception were not responsible.
Restaurants were available but also not clean well enough.
Overall nothing to say "Terrible"
People in reception were rude.. no proper services... all washrooms were stinky... we stayed continuous 3 days.., because we paid advance.. cant get back the money... if you call for a coffee they will come after 1 hour.. this is just an example...
i had to move out within 2 hours of staying in this hotel. The rooms stinks, the lift so small. The toilets heater does not work and full or bird poops. When i asked to be checked out the staff did not even bother to...更多
Another busy neighbourhood that is a center of trade and commercial related sctivities is the famous and popular Royapettah. Apart from being known for its many tourist attractions, Royapettah is a favourite shopping and entertainment check in for all budget travelers. Popular for shops selling home fabrics, traditional sweets, furniture and house décor, it can be quite a delight for all those looking at packing in
a range of quick shopping on a busy touristy day. For those seeking to take a break from a shopping agenda, visit the magnificent 150-year old Amir Mahal – one of the largest palaces in the city or chill at Amethyst, a nostalgically posh haven that's outrageously popular with expats and well-off Chennaiites for its creative menu and beautiful range of artefacts and jewellery.