Feb 23, 2020 - Feb 24, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Chennai
The city formerly known as Madras, Chennai on the Bay of Bengal and is one of India’s leading cities alongside Mumbai, New Delhi and Kolkata.
Chennai continues to lure tourists in large numbers thanks to attractions such as the Kapaleeshwar Temple, Covelong Beach, Guindy National Park and the Connemara Public Library, which are all within reach thanks to an eco-friendly public transport system. Buses, auto rickshaws, taxis and a suburban rail network will help you explore the city, while taxis are plentiful and reliable. If you were planning to get out and explore more of the state of Tamil Nadu or further afield, renting a car in Chennai is an option.
Chennai City Center Hotels
Choosing to stay in the city center will give visitors access to all of the city’s tourist sites as well as being close enough to check out the famous Covelong Beach and its stunning sunsets.
Located close to the commercial and shopping areas of the city, the hotel is a luxurious choice in Chennai with business and leisure facilities just 13km from the airport and located less than 10km from the railway station.
The Hyatt Regency is close to the Chennai Trade Center and provides luxury accommodation with three in-house restaurants serving local specialties, Sichuan cuisine and a choice of Italian fare.
Although a cheaper option, the Park Chennai is a luxury hotel with a rooftop pool and is located among some excellent shopping centers and entertainment venues.
Chennai International Airport Hotels
Chennai International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in India and is located around 15km southwest of the city center with a wide variety of hotels just a short shuttle trip away.
As well as being just 3km from the international airport, the Trident is also just ten minutes from the Chennai Trade Center and is a business-class hotel with tropical gardens, a swimming pool, sauna and fitness facilities.
A popular choice near the airport, the Hotel Mars Classic is also close to Phoenix Market City, Guindy Race Course and the Chemplast Cricket Ground. The hotel also enjoys a rooftop terrace and provides a complimentary airport shuttle service.
A cheap option, the Hotel Rathnavel Towers is just 5km away from Chennai International Airport and offers free Wi-Fi and air-conditioned rooms.
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I enjoy my trips to Chennai. I have a couple of my fav hotels where I stay, love the food and shopping scenes. They have some amazing shopping malls with great cinemas too. While there, I also visit some of my favorite temples.
Chennai is a great Metropolitan city. It’s safe and cosmopolitan with lots of things to do and many shops.
Saw a few highlights of the city during a festival period, which made it much more fun. The temples are beautiful, but the bronze museum is sorely lacking. The city seems to be a mess, however the people were friendly.
The city is so huge.. So crowded .. So hot .. Different people , different languages , different culture .. Different types of food which taste so good in and around the city .. Nice to enjoy with family and friends ..