How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Photos of The Residency
TripAdvisor Reviews The Residency Chennai (Madras)
Travel Blogs from Chennai (Madras)
... here at this restaurant. Everything was just so organised.
My brother and I ordered their Rava Kesari and sincerely, it was the best that I have eaten in my entire life. Filled with ghee, it was so delicious. After eating this, we ordered another one each making it four in a single seating. Absolutely heavenly!
My brother ordered their Mango Milk Shake. I did ...
... for men and women, a research centre, training and education centre, a residential facility for 35 people, an auditorium, a library and a teleconference room. The organisation also has outreach facilities, the main which includes a bus. This bus equipped with social workers and nurses drives to the most rural areas of Southern India and provides support, information, referrals and access to health care for some of the poorest people in the area. The bus has a ...
... Rock Cafe. Both of which have been a welcome change. We spent the only full day we had in Chennai, seeing the sights. We tried to go to a park for a walk in grounds run by the Theosophical Society. But, it was closed by the time we got there, although it was only mid morning. So we walked to a nearby beach, which was full of rubbish. Couldn't walk on the beach, or even contemplate going in for a swim. Then we went to the Kapaleshwar temple, which was pretty impressive ...
Making our way to Chennai which was a really short 1.5hr drive, we stopped off at the Crocodile Bank (www.madrascrocodilebank.org) set up in 1976 by an American zoologist to protect and breed indigenous crocodiles. In the first fifteen years the bank has gone from fifteen to over five thousand crocodiles of varies species. They now focus on saving other endangered species such as lizards, tortoises and my favourite - turtles. You are able to ...
... those same stairs down, although the applause had significantly dimmed by then); took five, packed-to-the-gills, public buses that nearly caused me to commit murder or suicide after 14 hours of torture (all with my luggage jostling in my lap because there is nowhere else to put it on Sri Lankan buses—at the very least, I was ready to chew off my legs by the second hour); returned to the beach to get another sunburn and gorge myself on perfectly spiced ...