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Park Avenue Hotel is located in Nungambakkam, the heart of Chennai City. We welcome you to experience the hospitality and comfort that seem lost in today’s fast paced world. With it’s hardwood floors, warm lighting, and beautiful Empire Mahogany wood trims, it’s more than just a place to stay.
This retro boutique hotel has 30 rooms, each with its own unique theme and appointed with vintage décor. The air-conditioned rooms with treated fresh air system here will provide you with all modern amenities including a flat-screen satellite TV, seating area, minibar, electric kettle, free toiletries etc.
We are an ideal destination for business travellers desiring a home away from home or for those simply wanting a romantic weekend get away. A full, three-course breakfast is prepared fresh every morning and served to each guest in the lounge along with freshly ground coffee, fruit smoothies, fresh fruit and home cooked specialties.
Located within walking distance of the hotel is abound with multi-national commercial establishments, important government offices, foreign consulates, sprawling educational institutions, shopping malls, sporting facilities, tourist spots, star hotels, restaurants, and cultural centers. The beautiful Marina Beach is 6 km away while the first English Fortress in India, Fort St. George is 7 km away. The Koyambedu Bus Station is 10 km and the Chennai International Airport is 12 km.
The Hotel shares gateway with Multi-Cuisine restaurant; a treat you won’t want to miss. The “Avenue Hall” provides a lovely venue for wedding receptions, getaways, family reunions and business meetings.
We take pride in our careful attention to every detail of your stay, with a level of service, amenities, and warmth found only at the most venerated hotels of India. We invite you to join the legion of loyal guests who return time and again to enjoy the classic comfort of the Park Avenue Hotel.
Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost, when it was called Madras. Religious sites include Kapaleeshwarar Temple, adorned with carved and painted gods, and St. Mary’s, a 17th-century Anglican church.
Famous areas in Chennai for a nightlife:
Price range: INR 1000 onwards for two
Timings: 7 PM to 12 AM (Monday to Sunday) Source
Living up to its name, the beautiful place is located high on the roof. The roof top restaurant and bar will give you the feel of being located on cloud nine, true to its name. The place is famous for its wide range of beer and wine, live music and entertainment and great acoustics. This place is truly the best if you want to spend your night among the stars and just have a good time.
Price range: INR 1200 onwards for two
Timings: 7 PM- 12 AM Source
Price range: INR 3500 onwards for two
Timings: 8 PM to 2 AM Source
Price range: INR 2000 for singles to INR 4500 for couples.
Timings: 8 PM to 3 AM Source
The nightclub located in the upscale area of Park Hyatt in Velachery this amazing nightclub has a lot of loyal customers. The club is simply amazing and if you are visiting this place for the first time to check out their den and the living area and also the terrace area. The club is so famous that both homegrown and foreign DJ?s come to perform here on a daily basis. This club has an awesome taste in music with a pinch of nostalgia with playing songs from Classic Pop to Retro Rock to name a few. They have their in house specials like Happily Ever After and Fallen Angel which you must not forget to try.
Price Range: INR 1000 to INR 2000 for couples
Timings: 7 PM to 1 AM and till 3 AM on weekends Source
Price range: INR 1500 for couples only
Timings: 6:30 PM to 12 AM Source
One of the exclusive night clubs of the city, the club attracts a large number of people who are looking for a classy place to enjoy. Although the place is a little overpriced with the amazing ambience, a superb collection of cocktails and great foot tapping music this place is just worth every penny spent. The interiors are also tastefully decorated with the black leather floors contrasting just as well with the suede walls. There are a lot of famous DJ?s who come in for special occasions and make sure that your time is well spent in the pub. Their in- house speciality includes Cilantro Margarita and Melon Bellini.
Price range: INR 2500 for couples only
Timings: 11 AM to 4 AM Source
One of the coolest places in the city to have a good time in, the pub is immensely popular and attract a lot of fun-loving people. The entire club has got an international vibe about it and is very well maintained plus the music is pretty awesome too. Their in- house speciality include Classic Beer Margarita and Metropolitan.
Price range: INR 1500- 2000 cover
Timings: 5:30 PM to 11 PM Source There are also a few take away food places where you can place an order till almost morning if you want something to eat to after a night of hard core partying. Some of them are:
This place serves amazing South Indian dishes and is open till 2 AM at night. It is a great option for vegetarian food. Source
This place brews up some nice and spicy North Indian food and is open till 3 AM. Source
As the name suggests, this place serves food throughout the day and most parts of the night. Source
An awesome Chinese takeaway shop at Marina Beach, this place is open till 5 AM. Source
This place has some awesome Biryani and Kebabs being served up its front and takes orders till 5 AM in the morning. Source
The rich culture of Chennai can be exemplified through the dance forms and Carnatic music practised here, performed with traditional costumes. “Bharatanatyam” is an Indian classical dance which originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu and is practised widely in Chennai. The dance is known for its grace, elegance, expressiveness, tenderness, and challenging poses. Both men and women perform this dance, decked in traditional attire. Carnatic music is a form of classical music which was pioneered by various musicians from the city. Every year, the Madras Music Season is hosted where highly competent artists from all over the world come and perform. Chennai also has an active theatre culture. The city is also known for its gorgeous assortment of traditional sarees, which is a conventional Indian outfit for women. Festivals like Pongal, which is the harvest festival of South India, Music and Dance Festival, Diwali, Id-Ul-Fitr, Easter etc. are celebrated with fervour in Chennai. The city is a foodie’s delight and home to a multitude of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. A variety of spices, rice mixtures, coconut milk, tamarind etc. are the unique ingredients in the culinary delights of this city.Chennai and the nearby regions have contributed to the country as a great military, administrative and financial centre for centuries together. The history of Chennai dates back to the time of megalithic cultural establishment, according to the evidence found by the archaeological department. Mighty dynasties like the Pallavas, Cholas, Cheras and Pandyas have ruled this city. The Pallavas especially contributed to the sculptures and paintings in Chennai. In 1639, the English East India company obtained a small strip of land in the Coromandel coast and called it as “Madraspatnam”. The next year, they built Fort St. George which then turned into a nucleus of the growing city and urban Chennai developed around this fort. Between 1746 and 1769, Chennai was taken from the hands of British by the French and Sultan Hyder Ali but on both occasions, the rule was short lived. By 18th century the British completely conquered most of present-day Tamil Nadu. Under the British, Chennai, then known as Madras flourished. It became a major naval base and also got many urban facilities. After India’s independence, the city continued to thrive and in 1996, the city was renamed to “Chennai” following a nationwide trend to use less anglicised names.
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