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Usually don't give such a low rating for any hotel.
But it was my mistake opting such as a low price room just based on photos
The front office were barely educated
I was told that the WiFi was broken hence no access to internet...More
Great budget hotel in Triplicane. The room was really clean and the bed was super comfortable. Also really fast and reliable WiFi. Lots of local restaurants in the surrounding area, would particularly recommend the place immediately opposite the entrance.
I stay there for one day hotel is good and it's near Marina beach & M. A. Chidambaram Stadium.
Food is good. Room was very Clean.
Overall experience was very good.
The biggest thing with which we struggle is Language all people in Chennai they...More
I stayed here with family for few days, hotel is good accept receptionist who sits in night shift he is very rude, we did shopping in many places but I really liked T Nagar area for shopping.The biggest thing with which we struggle is Language...More
Stayed there twice during my 2 weeks in India. It took them 30 min to check our passports cause they never saw an e-visa. The room was average at its size, dirty bathroom, dirty sheets and towels. No hot water and the AC didn’t work,...More
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.