Hospitably Chennai


With a wide array of hospitable hotels and an exquisite range of upcoming project, the city of Chennai is in full demand for quality accommodations. Thanks to the visiting population of more than 16.5Million tourists every year, the occupational rate of hotels almost always amounts to more than 84%. This implies to all classes of hotels and motels available in the city.

Situated by the shores of the wondrous Coramendal Cost, playing host to the second largest shoreline in the world, the city of Chennai is a delightful mixture of contemporary with tradition, with its high rise skyline and magnificently adorned temples, the city fondly called the “Gate way of South India” is a pleasant treat for travelers who wish to explore her. Continue reading

Hotel Mount Heera – Near Chennai Airport


Budget Hotels in ChennaiThe hotel is located at St. Thomas Mount and offers all our guests the best experience. Hotel Mount Heera is a well established hotel and maintains all its customer’s amenities to the fullest. Its location is close to all the public transports and provides free pickups and drops to the Madras International Airport. The hotel is designed in a grand stature to provide a majestic feel. As one enters the front doors a warm welcome is given at the reception to all the guests. The rooms are spacious and 24 hour commodities are available all the time.

Meals are all served with various and tasteful flavours, the hotel’s restaurant dishes up excellent delicacies that are both fitted for the locals and the tourists. At times you might need to rush so a nice hot beverage and some nibbles can help you along the way, Mount Heera offers that all the time. Tourists and business professionals all choose the Mount Heera to aid their stay in Chennai at a phenomenal budget. Continue reading

Beautiful Tourist Spots in Chennai


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The port city, cultural capital of Tamil Nadu, Chennai, is a hub of tourism areas. The city was established by the British in the 17th century and was formerly called as the Madras. It is called as the “Gateway to South India” and has its economy based on the hardware manufacturing, automobile, healthcare and the IT industry. It is the second largest exporter of software and information technology in India. It hosts an international port, two major ports and five national highways and stretches itself to other parts of India.

The rich heritage of the city is revealed with a variety of historical monuments and stunning temples developed during the regime of different dynasties like the Cholas, Pallavas, Pandyas and more.

Places to Visit in Chennai