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We stayed here on our very first few nights in India... felt like a safe little oasis to retreat too when outside was too much. Staff were friendly and helpful, waited up for us when we arrived at 1am. Were also full of recommendations for...More
This place looks like an old colonial home. And it actually is one. The decor is classic which I loved. The atmosphere is very good. The people here are also nice. Staying in this hotel in the middle of the busy city was relaxing.
The only place to stay in Chennai. Basic Indian standard, but in authentic colonial style. A rabbit warren of rooms, staircases, courtyards, terraces, and rooftops. Views of city and nearby mosque unparalleled.
Broadlands needs no recommendation. Those who love it return again and again, despite its clinging to the old ways, which many young travellers would find distasteful these days.
The atmosphere in this place is delightful. Don't expect much service, but they help out in their...More
The hotel is small, quite and the staff is pleasant and friendly. The rooms are spacious and clean.There is a nice rooftop where you could enjoy, chill and relax. Nearby places to eat, drink, shopping.
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.