The Park Chennai

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Inspired by the traditions of Indian film - glamour, performance and drama - The Park, Chennai was constructed on the former premises of the Gemini Film Studios, ensuring the continuation of years of theater. 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.



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The Park Chennai
601 Anna Salai
Chennai 600 006

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