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The main advantage of Grace Residency is its location: you can easily reach Chennai main attractions on foot or short tuk tuk ride. Otherwise, it's a standard budget Indian hotel, but it already shows signs of aging, though nothing serious (the moth balls odor is...More
Location was good.Parking space is very less. Service was good.Rooms are very small. we stayed as family we suffered for extra space. There is no moving space. very compact. Staffs are friendly. Hotel was very clean.
This is a great place to stay if you want to stay close to the beach. Very friendly and helpful staff. Heat outside can be stifling but the rooms can be kept cool. Parking is very limited which can be a problem and being above...More
US$27 - US$73 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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India > Tamil Nadu > Chennai District > Chennai (Madras) > Mylapore
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.