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Budget hotels in Chennai
If you're a budget-conscious traveler, you may consider a stay at Redlollipop Hostel with room rates from 25US$ or Season 4 Guest House where prices start at 28US$. Enjoy your stay at Kek Accommodation Annexure 1 in Chennai city center if you're on a modest budget. Hotel Pearl International is a highly-rated budget hotel in Chennai, with free self-parking, a rooftop terrace and a free private parking lot, just a short drive from Vivekanandar Illam.
Proximity to public transport
For early morning flights, stay at one of the 5 hotels in Chennai, such as Suvi Transit Accommodation or Avnb Towers, that are close to Chennai International airport. Vivanta By Taj - Connemara, situated about a 10-minutes' walk from Thousand Lights metro station, is an ideal place in Chennai for those who want to save their time. To stay near Egmore train station, you will find a number of excellently rated hotels, such as Ramada Chennai Egmore and Royal Regency.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to parks and an oasis staying at Radisson Blu Hotel Chennai City Centre with rates at 84US$. The Park Pod Chennai is less than 750 feet from the downtown area and offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a solarium. Visitors wishing to stay in Porur district could consider Oyo 25004 Vinayak Residency or Hotel Agt Park.
You could also try The Park Chennai, close to Apex Plaza and offering a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace. Rj Residency and Taj Coromandel are some of the most popular hotels to stay in when visiting Valluvar Kottam Monument.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
This posh 4-star Courtyard By Marriott Chennai, where you will find a tennis court, a health club and a Jacuzzi, is close to Office in Mylapore. E Hotel is rated as one of the best boutique hotels in Chennai, offering views over the city. For those who prefer a chain hotel experience, the 3-star Emarald, situated close to Pondy Bazaar, would be a great option.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting Chennai with your family, choose a spacious apartment next to Valluvar Kottam Monument, such as Malles Manotaa Serviced Apartments that features a rooftop terrace and free private parking. Smart Haven Corporate Rooms & Residences is a B&B that is 20 minutes' walk to Sarvasiddhi Vijaya Vinayak. If you are visiting Chennai with your family, think about booking Radha Regent or Bell near Tirusoolanathar Temple. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 64 hotels in Chennai, The Palm Inn - Nandambakkam or Kohinoor Asiana Hotel among them.
Chennai is located in the southeastern part of India, on the coast of the Bengal Bay.
The city has numerous beaches, with the longest, Marina Beach, running for 12km. Chennai is an all-year round tourist destination due to few fluctuations in seasonal temperatures. Like any other city in India, Chennai is a city of contrasts - for instance, its architecture combines ancient temples as well as skyscrapers. This place is also renowned for some of the best music and drama performances.
Chennai hotels are in abundance, being sometimes extremely expensive. Booked.net will assist you in finding Chennai hotel to meet your budget and preferences.
The city has a vast history and a number of cultural sights worth seeing. The major tourist attractions include:
- Basilica of the National Shrine of St Thomas, built over the tomb of Apostle Saint Thomas. Basilica is one of three churches in the world constructed over the tombs of Apostles of Jesus Christ.
- St Mary's Church is one of the oldest churches built in the colonized India.
St Thomas Mount is a hill where according to belief, St Thomas (a disciple of Jesus Christ) spent last years of his life. You can reach the mount by climbing up 160 steps.
- Big Mosque or Wallajah Mosque built in 1795 is a structure of a perfect symmetry. It truly belongs to the most important mosques in the city.
- The Parthasarathy Temple is the oldest temple in the Chennai, built by Pallava dynasty. Its architecture is a fusion of several styles.
- Government Museum is one of the oldest museums in India. It houses 46 galleries, including the following sections: archaeology, zoology, bronze gallery, children’s museum, etc.
- National Art Gallery displays paintings dating back to different centuries and schools. Painting on glass can be seen in one of the sections.
The city is famous for the number of parks. For instance, Arinjar Anna Zoological Park was the first zoo in India and is one of the biggest parks in South-East Asia. Slightly outside the city, you can find the Guindy Park which houses more than 20 species of plants and a number of various animals. If you fancy buying some typically Indian house ornaments, Pondy Bazaar and Ranganathan Street are the places to go. For more high-class shopping, you can check out Abirami mega mall, Chennai Citi Center or the Shoppers' Stop.
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