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The location makes this a good place to stay. You may walk to the Churches or the beach near by. If you are planning travel and abroad, you will be able to make all your necessary purchases from nearby shops that sell on offers. The...More
As I had to spend one night at Chennai and proceed the next morning to Pondicherry, I was seeking a budget hotel. Location is bad, rooms are bad and bathroom the worst I have seen. I felt unsafe in a strange city.
Actually I went for dinner there with friends. The food was not good and that to they have very limited food, when we order they cook there and make delay.. The taste was not good and the prices also very. Me and my friends were...More
Located in a convenient location at the Luz corner Mylapore,Chennai,this one is my favourite joints for the authentic South Indian Lunch and North Indian dinner.
Has a great ambience,clean atmosphere.The service personnel are polite and quick.The food is great and worth its cost.I would recommend...More
I, along with my friend visited Channai for 4 days' stay. Initially, we stayed for one night at Sangeetha Residency, Mylapore, Chennai since two rooms were booked in this hotel by one of my local friend. We reached hotel at 10.00 PM on 21/06/2016. We...More
$20 - $31 (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.