Ambassador Pallava Chennai

Address: No 30, Montieth Road, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600008, India | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Pudupet area of Chennai (Madras), is near Marina Beach, Hogenakkal Falls, Mylapore, and Government Museum.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Ambassador Pallava Chennai Chennai (Madras)

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)

    Day 216: A Day in Chennai ...

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 21, 2014

    ... walked and walked, past thousands of people. I found myself just constantly saying 'no thank you, no thank you, no thanks; I am ok, ok, hello, hello, no thank you.' By the end of the day I was sick of my own voice. We eventually found a little shopping plaza which was air conditioned. This was very nice. It was about 11am by this time, maybe a little later and the temperature was about 31 degrees. It was highly humid too which made it feel much hotter. Inside the plaza was a ...

    Chennai - our final destination

    A travel blog entry by bridgetluke on Jan 05, 2014

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    ... back to the Internet cafe, book a really nice hotel with hot water and wifi and made it back to Soraja about 3 hours later. We talked again and said our goodbyes before thanking her so much for taking us in and for all the food she prepared. A quick taxi across town and we were very happy with the hotel we had booked. A very well needed little bit of luxury for our last night in India and a really nice Chinese restaurant next door that we took full advantage of for ...

    All senses sharpened

    A travel blog entry by junipops on Jul 08, 2013

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    ... seeing the beautiful yellow, purple, turquoise, pink saris on all the women) but also in the everyday life sense. The nonstop chatter in the markets and at the bus stops, the sounds of bicycle bells tingalinging and also the vast array of stalls with little candies and packaged snacks which attracted young children who would jump up and peek at while pulling on their mothers' saris.


    Shopping and sweets!

    A travel blog entry by haleygonela on Dec 24, 2012

    12 photos

    ... you at the door. You walk in and people are right there to assist you. I told them what I was looking for and they went and pulled tons of clothing, set it on a table and allowed me to go through it. Whatever you needed or wanted they were there to assist you. When we went to check out, you had to pay for your shopping bag, which was different. Some of the styles in India are so cool, I got some really cool tops and jewelry.

    Like watercolours in the rain.

    A travel blog entry by cruising2010 on Feb 14, 2012

    6 comments, 17 photos

    ... of people off to work, a few people sweeping up litter near and on the sand, some fishermen bringing in their boats with their catch of the day and then right on the waterline where the land dipped steeply down into the sea, a number of people using the beach as their toilet. It was obvious from the care we needed to take placing our feet, that this is common practice. As I thought more about it, whilst beating a hasty retreat, it seemed to make a kind of ...