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While entering the room you may feel the unpleasent odour inside the room. Rooms need adequate lighting.In A/C not able to set the temp as per our desire. The bath room is the main constrained, very small bath room, not even able to turn while...More
Me with my friend stayed bhimas inn chennai on 21 July
We booked for two days but we vacated after 12hours of checked in
Condition of room very bad and smell of whole room and toilet is very nasty and we can't breath even a...More
Wow simply loved the service and ambiance... Rooms were very neatly maintained and had all basic amenities... Very nice food & complimentary break fast also very nice Thanks for making my stay so wonderful...
I stayed with my wife Room 212 Room was quiet compact & neat,space of the room was compact, not too big or not too small, wood works are done neatly, Good to stay here with family & couples safely, women staff's are there, Only harm...More
A very average hotel. Booked Bhimaas Hotel basically for a very short official trip to Chennai. This hotel is in a very busy crowded location of Chennai. Staff was very helpful and I found all the services good. Food was very average. The rooms are...More
A densely populated neighbourhood of the city, Vadapalani is an important junction for all local travellers since one of the main bus terminals of Chennai is located here. Most popular for the city’s prolific film studios and the Vadapalani Andavar Temple, the busy streets here are a great spot to bump
into some of the big stars who visit the temples here whenever a film is going to get released. Studded with some of the oldest schools, hospitals and colleges, this residential area with a strong pilgrim vibe is popular among the locals for some of the best mall shopping and as an entertainment hub with the biggest multiplexes in the vicinity.