De celles-ci, chambres à un lit double 167, Nombre de suites junior 3, Hôtel, Hôtel de ville, Hôtel thermal
- Style et atmosphère de l’hôtel
- 1. The Taj Coromandel is located in the heart of Chennais near the main business, cultural and shopping areas at MG Road.
2. This international, five-star, deluxe hotel features elegant accommodations, exclusive Taj Club floors, fine gourmet restaurants, stately banquets, a well equipped business center, state-of-the-art fitness center with an outdoor pool and a host of facilities and services.
3. The hotels restaurants offer a range of cuisines; Dine at Prego for exquisite Italian food or at Southern Spice for ethnic Indian cuisine from the four Southern Indian States. For a multi-cuisine experience, Anise is the 24-hour eatery serving Indian, Continental, Italian, Thai and more. At the Fort St. George Bar one can unwind with cocktails, liqueurs, finger foods and international snacks.
- Particularités de l’hôtel
- Offering a fusion of rich South Indian design cues and classic European elegance, the Taj Coromandel gives guests the best of both worlds - business and leisure in the heart of the city. A preferred venue of Heads of state, royalty, and the whos who of the corporate world, this hotel is the only member of the exclusive "Leading Hotels of the World".
This hotel is named after the Coromandel tree, called Kalpavriksh in Tamil, which has the power to grant any wish to a person under its shade, or in the case of Taj Coromandel, any guest who visits the hotel.
- Horaires de la réception
- 00:00 - 24:00
- Réception le week-end
- 00:00 - 24:00
- Formalités d'arrivée à partir de
- Formalités de départ jusqu'à
- Prestations gratuites pour les clients HRS
- Corbeille de fruits, 1 bouteille d'eau minérale, Un quotidien gratuit chaque jour par chambre, Utilisation du sauna
- Situation de l’hôtel, environnement et curiosités
- Chennai (formerly known as Madras), is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. It is the fourth largest metropolis in India. Modern Chennai grew out of a small fishing village called Madraspatnam, when the East India Company chose the location for a new settlement way back in 1639.