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Located at South mada Street this hotel can be the ideal choice for those who want to combine their business visit with some personal time to explore Mylapore, A famous temple, Mosque, Church all are within walking distance
Very neat and clean rooms, comfortable, central area, everything nice. Plenty of restaurants for food. Kapileshwara temple and lot more. Hotel staff also do speak & understand Hindi language, which is difficult to find even in city like Chennai.
Reserved a Non AC room for 3 pax in Dec, 2016. Although Check in time was 12 noon, they didn't say anything of an early check in at 11 am. Spacious room. Even 4 to 5 pax can easily stay in their Non AC double...More
The rooms are old with no proper maintenance. The receptionist are rude. Their goal is only billing without concern for customers. They change the words as person in the reception changes. There is good veg restaurant(Sangeeta) nearby, but hotel's restaurant is ....... Not worth for...More
I was rather worried arriving in Chennai as the city was only recovering from a terrible monsoon..240 deaths, thousands left without homes...sewage and drinking water damaged.
This 38 year old budget hotel is mainly used by Indian pilgrims very polite and happy to help an...More
US$ 7 - US$ 17 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The religious and cultural epicenter of Chennai, Mylapore is highly revered by the locals and tourists for the rich history and architectural marvels that line its narrow alleys and markets and is one of the oldest residential neighbourhood of the city. Home to
a cluster of tree-lined avenues full of popular churches and the renowned Kapaleeswara Temple soaked in Dravidian architectural vibes, Mylapore is filled with small lanes with old-style homes, music auditoriums and stores selling music and religious memorabilia. The bazaars selling jewellery, fresh produce and flowers that surround the streets of this neighbourhood provide a colourful backdrop to the temple. Aimless strolls through the small lanes lead you to hidden corners of some mouth-watering south-Indian dishes served at local places like Maami’s mess, Jannal Kadai and Kaalathi Stall.