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I visited this hotel today, the 30th May with family for dinner. We were 6 adults, 2 grown-up kids and 1 small kid. First of all, this hotel has no seating facilities for more than 6 persons in a table. Tables are also not that...More
I had to stay here as my company booked the accommodation through make my trip. This hotel goes into the worst hotel experiences list. To start with I chose a single bed AC room. The entire room was probably 8 X 8 feet which includes...More
This hotel is better than The City Manor which is just 0.5 kms. The service standard at The City Manor is horrible and very costly also. Compared to that the service and the quality of food is very good at Hotel Bharani. We enjoyed our...More
Hotel is in pathetic condition. AC room Filled with cockroaches and mosquitoes. Blanket Covers torn. Bathroom cum Toilet not even enough for single man movement. And above all some of the Front Desk Receptionists are highly casual and arrogant in Customer Service. Not worth to...More
As a customer visiting your hotel, you have given bitter taste.
1. you cheated us by promising good lodging but giving us pathetic service.
2. Rooms are very unclean, not mainted.
3. when we rejected your service and wanted to leave the immediately you did...More
One of the costliest quaint neighbourhoods of Chennai is Adyar, that gets its name from the Adyar river that flows nearby. It has rich historical and cultural roots and is sprinkled with some of city’s oldest residential houses. Home to the IIT campus and with the Guindy National Park close by, it is considered to be one of the hottest spots in the city with the best of eateries, an easy access to the beach and a
shopping hub. It’s worth taking a walk in the quiet bylanes to sample traditional south Indian dishes at well-known local family-run establishments especially the rural food from Tamily Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. A visit to the Padmanabhaswamy Temple keeps the flavor of the temple town intact.