Extending a typical Tamil welcome in modern form, the hotel’s lobby is home to an artwork of lotuses by artist Hemi Bawa. From here guests are beckoned through to the sleek atrium area, where a restful ambience is generated with pale cream lime stone, aqua leather and cocoa velvets. By night though, things are different. Image projections, light and sound transform the atrium in to a hub of activity for Chennai’s chic elite.

    Guestrooms remain havens of calm, with muted colors and gentle lighting. Beech wood floors and frosted glass contrast with more local flavors in the shape of coconut shell inlaid tables and parchment lamps. Original film posters leave a touch of a glorious past in the hotel that reflects a very bright future.





    • 214 rooms
    • 11 floors



    • Parking
    • Pet Friendly
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service
    • 24 Hour Front Desk
    • Satellite TV
    • 24 Hour Room Service
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Steam Bath
    • Business Centre
    • Indoor Swimming Pool
    • Electric Kettle in Room
    • Concierge Services
    • Fitness
    • In-Room Hairdryer
    • In Room Movies
    • Jacuzzi
    • In-Room Mini Bar
    • Night Club


    There is a variety of choice for food, drink and pure pool-side relaxation at Park Chennai.

    The 24-hour restaurant, Six-O-One, offers a wide platter of cuisines from tandoors to a live pasta bar and rich desserts. Taking care of your mid-night hunger pangs or odd working hours, Six-O-One becomes a haven for food-lovers.

    Styled with rich and exotic elements with Hindu and Buddhist influence, Lotus restaurant in Chennai makes dining a delicious experience. You can enjoy authentic Thai cuisine in this restaurant where the oriental appeal extends to fine detailing.

    Decks arranged by the pool, loungers and double beds give an aura of ease and comfort at Aqua. You can laze around by the pool with a drink and scrumptious lunch to spend a lazy afternoon.



    601 Anna Salai Road Chennai India 600006

    Chennai is a journey into timeless India, a kaleidoscope of moods. Rich in the treasures of history, from temples and shrines to forts and palaces, the landscape of the past blends easily with the present. Chennai is the fourth largest city in India. Retaining much of its traditional charm, this 350 year old city is the gateway to the south, providing many a fascinating vignette of southern heritage.