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The location of this Guest House is in the convenient city area. If you are to go to the Annual Dance Festival, the Music Academy is within a walking distance.
The room is large and quiet. Hot water as well as drinking water (not filtered...More
My wife and I travel to Chennai in December for music session. This time we stayed at Lloyd Guest House. Staff were very helpful. We could walk to couple of Sabhas from there. Few other Sabhas are within 7 minutes by auto richshaw. Rooms are...More
We received two adjoint rooms as we booked for four person. Great breakfast, good service and pleasant courtesy. Cleanliness is strictly maintained.
The location is very convenient for Chennai visit. They accommodated us regarding check-out time.
My friends had come down to Chennai for US Embassy Interview and I had booked this hotel for them. It is primitive style hotel, still not updated or renovated. Needs one badly though. As it was peak season and booked in last minute, rates were...More
this property has confused me to decide if its good or not..well let me put down the prop and cons...
To begin with pros:
1. Good and helpful staff.
2. Big and clean rooms,
3. Comfortable Sleep quality
4. Location is neat and clean
Another busy neighbourhood that is a center of trade and commercial related sctivities is the famous and popular Royapettah. Apart from being known for its many tourist attractions, Royapettah is a favourite shopping and entertainment check in for all budget travelers. Popular for shops selling home fabrics, traditional sweets, furniture and house décor, it can be quite a delight for all those looking at packing in
a range of quick shopping on a busy touristy day. For those seeking to take a break from a shopping agenda, visit the magnificent 150-year old Amir Mahal – one of the largest palaces in the city or chill at Amethyst, a nostalgically posh haven that's outrageously popular with expats and well-off Chennaiites for its creative menu and beautiful range of artefacts and jewellery.