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Though the renovation is in progress, Rooms ambience is good. Quality of room is good. breakfast to be improve .staffs are very courteous and helpfull. My visit to the property went excellent , my family was happy as they were first time in Chennai. Over...More
We had visited the spring hotel during the month of May 2018 for official purpose and had stayed for 4 nights during the period. For the price, the hotel offers a decent room and a good bathroom. Location is good and is easily accessible. But...More
The hotel is at a locational advantage but the service is a let down
Inspite of telling them that I would check in at 9, I was made to wait for an hour for the room to be given.
Thoughtue rest of the food was...More
Most of the clientele are those who come to attend the US visa interview. It is clean, but service is pathetic. There is one of each toiletries and towels in each double room; and housekeeping never responds to requests - even a coffee maker was...More
Being one of the oldest areas of Chennai, Nugambakkam is not just a commercial hub with various educational institutions, premium hotels and government offices, but the Rutland Gate Road here is one of the most expensive neighbourhoods in the city. The
shopping here is promising with international retail brands and a variety of Indian designer boutiques lined up in the locality with plenty of cafes and restaurants to give good company. An epicenter of Chennai’s vibrant nightlife, Nungambakkam is the gateway to the city’s most favourite stroll at Marina Beach. The long stretch of the promenade and beach at Marina includes historic monuments and public buildings, reflecting Chennai’s Portuguese, British and Indian heritage and is Chennai’s most popular choice for a relaxed evening.