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I do not want to give even rate 1, because there is no option for non-rating or minus ratings. Tripadvisor - pl. arrange your website for such types of examples also.
I had book here, only because I had a training in their convention hall....More
We had a very bad experience in this hotel, At first, It's an old place and maintened very badly. The air-conditioner at lobby and corridors didn't work. There were some beds, bedsheets and food plates at side of the corridors and the whole hotel smells...More
Recently we have been to Tirupathi and from there to Chennai. Since, we hadn’t done the booking for any Hotel in Chennai, on 17th evening we walked in person and checked in the Hotel Dee Cee Manor as this was a listed hotel in our...More
I have stayed at this hotel many times, mostly official purposes. This hotel is so ridiculous that it switches off Air Conditioner at midnight. You will get to know only when you feel the suffocation. Waking up at midnight and calling the reception for an...More
Horribly maintained. Stinking rooms, full of cockroaches, dirty beds and pillows. Flush does not work properly.
Arrogant and Non responsive staff. Food is of lowest quality possible
Water doesnt drain in bathrooms, buckets in bathroom are extremely dirty.
Wifi - DOES NOT WORK
The bustling shopping district of Chennai, T. Nagar is a junction of packed streets that attracts locals and tourists alike, especially during the wedding and festive seasons. Home to multi-storeyed stores selling the most colourful and latest designs of saris, gold
jewellery and narrow lanes with regular everyday shopping bargains especially on Ranganathan Street and Pondy Bazaar, it is one of the liveliest market places in the city. Just a stroll around the place dotted with street food stalls and eateries offering traditional South Indian meals is good enough to capture the life at T. Nagar and you will surely be tempted to buy something that you might not have planned to. Most of the residential bungalows were built in art-deco style and till today, have been maintained well on G.N.Chetty Road.