Courtyard by Marriott Chennai is a popular business hotel in central Chennai that has recently upgraded their rooms and also offers themed brunches.
Do A Staycation In The Heart Of The City Or Drop By For Brunch At This Hotel
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This business hotel, perfectly located in the very central Teynampet (and not too far from the airport) has been around since 2006. Recently their rooms have gotten a posh makeover with modern furnishing and even have cool, touch-screen switches. So if you’re considering a quick visit to Chennai, this is a good option. The rooms are super cosy and comfy and the staff is so hospitable they even serve special treats to welcome you to your room … Last month they served guests special mango-based biscuits and dessert as part of the welcome package.
You can choose from 226 rooms ( they have 5 suites and 5 apartments) to unwind in. Although we’re disappointed they don’t have a swimming pool, you can de-stress at the spa in the hotel that’s run by O2 Spa. There’s tons of things to do nearby. Check out our hood guides of TTK Road and KNK here and here for couple of ways to spend the day outside your room.
If you’re staying here over the weekend you could drop by for their themed brunches (which changes every month). We think the brunches here are pretty elaborate. They recently held an Art Meets Food brunch which featured the works of artists like Pradeep Mishra (whose work depicts environmental themes) and Madhu Venugopal (who received the 2008 State Award,for his painting Debate 1). The unique concept gave patrons a multi-sensory experience through food and art. Food wise, there’s an assortment of all kinds of cuisines. There’s a delicious cheese counter, an oyster bar, pani puris filled with sweet and sour gel (think gastronomical food experiments), risotto, biryani and a variety of desserts. If all you want is to fill yourself to the brim, the non-alcoholic brunch comes up to INR 1,699 might be a good bet. The alcoholic brunch comes up to INR 2299 and the cocktails were disappointing so we think you might want to skip this.