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The room tariff charged by this hotel for a standard double bed a/c room is not worth the money charged. Better to book rooms in this hotel online via various sites to get some discounts. Complimentary breakfast is average and kinda filling. The mattresses in...More
1 Thank Ra_Radha
Response from hotelcitytower, Manager at Hotel City Tower ChennaiResponded December 1, 2017
Dear Sir, We will surely look deeply in to it and do the needful.
Located 100m away from Chennai central railway station, this is good Business class hotel with good basic facilities and in-house restaurant also available. Tariff is moderate and rooms are good and well maintained.
Response from hotelcitytower, General Manager at Hotel City Tower ChennaiResponded November 8, 2017
Thank you, Sir. This is the kind of motivation that we are expecting for our work. Spread the word and do visit us again.
Breakfast buffet is not good. Hotel provides in buffet only idly vada & small dosa. All items is not good tast. So please add some North Indian items in your breakfast buffet out sides Pearson satisfied with
Located just 100m from Central Station, it offers decent rooms at economical rates for Single travelers, tourists, family or Businessmen who are on budget and dont want to splurge unnecessarily on rooms. Go for a/c rooms, as Chennai weather is hot and sultry. Rooms are...More
Good rooms and affordable cost and neatness cleanness Like it .To pay money that really reasonable and satisfied the online service was conditioned as pattern.But they not called me before to lodging the premises.
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George Town is one of the busiest and most commercial neighbourhoods of Chennai. It may not boast of pubs or restaurants, but it surely offers something that the rest of Chennai can’t - a strong whiff of history. This historical area located in north Chennai is where the city of Madras was officially born in 1640 alongside Fort St. George. A walk here leads you to
the well-established specialised bazaars and wholesale markets selling everything under the sun: fabrics, fruits, vegetables, spices, fabrics, camera, perfumes, jewellery, etc. Home to the High Court and other State institutions and famous for a large resident Sindhi and Marwari community, George Town is a rich congregation of shrines of different faiths within its boundaries – from Hindu and Jain temples to churches, mosques and synagogue. If you are craving some authentic North Indian food, head to streets of Sowcarpet for chaat, vada pav and other popular street snacks.