Chennai Luxury hotels, India
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 25, 2013
Although the hotel staff were gracious and extremely accommodating, the "up sell" at the front desk was a bit much...wi fi, breakfast etc. The bathroom had a mirror with rust spots all along the edges. Liked the in bath clothes line. Room was spacious though the light buttons were a bit hard to figure out. Security is quite tight at all Indian hotels with checks of luggage, metal detectors, car inspections including bomb-sniffing dogs. Nevertheless, the security detail was quite pleasant.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 24, 2013
I booked this hotel based on its proximity to the US consulate. This is also within 2 miles to the OFC appointment center. The staff were pleasant and courteous. The complimentary breakfast buffet had an appropriate mix of south Indian and estern cuisine. Overall a pleasant stay.
Being a new hotel that just opened recently the quality of service from servers at the 3 restaurants I ate at needs improvement. On multiple occassions it took a long time to receive the bill (up to 20 minutes), drink refills or other requests. The main buffet restaurant could offer more western options as well because sometimes this was very limited depending on the day. Aside from restaurant service improvements the hotel was excellent.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 7, 2013
Tha Aloft Chennai was clean. The service was good. The complimentary breakfast was excellent. The dinner I bought in the the same restaurant was not very good and over priced. The pool is clean and pleasant. The spa was excellent. Overall, a good stay and I would go there again.
Beautiful oasis in a sprawling city - Chennai is not a walking city, but nice rooms and refreshing pool may keep you in. Buffet breakfast is superb. The only problem is the abundance of mosquitoes at the entrance area. Some get into the public areas of the hotel despite the staff's efforts. Normally this wouldn't be a big deal, but this is India where malaria/dengue are a concern. Travel desk charges 5x the going rate to hire a car/driver so you're better off doing that on your own. Otherwise, it's a nice place.