BKR Group of Hotels

BKR Group of Hotels is a mid-scale, comfort budget chain with 3 hotels & resorts and a convention centre located in South India. The flagship BKR Grand Hotel with 125 well appointed rooms is located in T.Nagar, Chennai, India in the heart of Chennai’s business and shopping district. The hotel has free Wi-Fi facility, well appointed, comfort, spacious rooms, a state of the art banqueting facility, separate veg and non veg restaurants, an experiential spa facility for rejuvenation, high energy bar lounge, 24 hour In Room Dining and ample parking. Other facilities of the group include – BKR Ooty Gate Hotel in Ooty with 95 large, spacious rooms with views of the lush green Nilgiris mountains ideal for leisure, family getaways and small meetings and conventions - BKR Resorts in Courtallam, a boutique, comfort hotel just 5 minutes from the Main Falls and BKR Convention Centre in T.Nagar Chennai ideal for weddings and conventions.

71 Usman Road, T.Nagar, Chennai, India 600017

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Things to do in Chennai

Marina Beach

India’s largest beach

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The beach, which is the longest urban beach in India, starts from near Fort Saint George and runs south for 13 kilometers (8.1 miles). It's dotted with numerous statues and monuments, and is a popular hangout place for locals. Tens of thousands of people visit it daily. The lighthouse, at the southern end of the beach, was opened for tourists in late 2013.

Fort Saint George

TN Assembly and Secretariat

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A legacy of the British East India Company, which completed constructing it in 1653, Fort Saint George is now home to the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly and Secretariat. Located right next to the fort, the High Court is the second-largest judicial building in the world. It was built in an Indo-Saracenic style in 1892, and became the first Supreme Court of India.

Kalakshetra

A Cultural Academy

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Kalakshetra is a cultural academy dedicated to the preservation and teaching of Indian art forms, with a focus on bharatanatyam, carnatic vocal and instrumental music, the visual arts, traditional crafts and textile design, history and philosophy. It's worth catching one of the free evening performances held at the auditorium on show days.

Mylapore

Soul of the City

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Chennai's historic neighborhood of Mylapore is often referred to as the soul of the city. One of the oldest residential parts of the city, predominantly inhabited by Brahmins, it's full of culture. There you'll find Chennai's most impressive temple, the 17th century Kapaleeshwarar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Elliot’s Beach

Cleanest Beach in the City

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Elliot's Beach is one of the cleanest beaches in the city of Chennai. It is located towards the south of Marina Beach and was an extremely calm and tranquil place. The beach is popular with local college students and families, who now no longer travel to Marina Beach. There are many restaurants near the beach.