Green Park Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

NSK Salai, Vadapalani, Near Vijaya Hospital, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600026, India
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Moving to Chennai

by bwk_michael

hey guys, my name is Michael and i am moving to Chennai with my girlfriend end of november to do some volunteer work for 3 month....just got a few questions.

does anybody know any jobs or companies or schools etc where my girlfriend could find a job or volunteer work in speech and language therapy? because she is a therapist.

i am going to work at the chennai cancer institut, in what area is the isntitut and is it worth living around there? if not, where is a good living standart in cheenai and how much would be renting a flat for 3 month. and do you guys now any websites for renting agencies?

would be a great help guys...see you in november woohooo

michael

Re: Moving to Chennai

by Donna_in_India

Hi Michael - a great place for information is the expat community. They'll have info about everyhing from real estate to grocery stores to recommended doctors to ....surviving as an expat in India. :-)) They also have frequent get togethers, celebrate holidays, etc. Check this site http://www.chennaiexpats.in/ and also google "chennai expats" to find additional information. Have a great time!

Re: Moving to Chennai

by bwk_michael

thanks very much guys..will check those sites out,....india here i come :)

Re: Moving to Chennai

by bungi333

Regarding job, check out devnetjobs.org. There are number of schools for children with disabilities, so there should be some sort of opening. There are also multi-speciality hospitals.

You could live around Adayar. There should be nice places around there. Best would be for you to move in to fully-furnished apartments. Check out sulekha.com. It is something like the craiglist here.

Re: Moving to Chennai

by tayloretc

I think there are two Cancer Institues in Chennai, but I'm guessing you mean the one near Guindy Park, in the southern part of the city. If so, Adyar (Gandhi Nagar, Indira Nagar) is close, or maybe Velacheri or Tiruvanmayur if you don't mind a little more travel time. These are all pretty nice areas of the city.

If you haven't already found a place (I'm late to this): Short term rentals were extremely hard to find while I was there, so best to start looking as soon as you can. (It might be better now - I've heard that real estate has been hit pretty hard.) Sulekha (mentioned above) is a good place to start. Try to see if there's someone at the Institute who can help, too - a lot of finding a place there is knowing someone who knows someone.

Good luck!

Travel Tips for Chennai (Madras)

Everything you should know

by foodnut

I really enjoyed walking the evening markets in Parry's. Tell your driver to stop you opposite the Central Bus Station.
Here you'll find almost every ware you could possible imagine, it will be a culture shock to see how these people live and sell their produce.
You'll walk through intoxicating strectches of alleyways filled with flowers, stacked pyramids of juicy local fruit, glittering gemstones and polished gold, freshly cooked local food, streets filled with aluminium pots of all shapes and sizes, fluttering silk sarees at unimaginably cheap prices..etc How everything is so cheap

When You Need a Taste of the West

by tayloretc about Amma Naana

This grocery store stocks mostly western goods, including some brands not otherwise easily found in the city. If you need cajun spice or refried beans, marguerita mixer or Liquid Plumber, you're likely to find it here. Anything imported costs more than local equivalents. Although there are no local equivalents for refried beans or cranberry juice...

Sparky's Diner in Chetpet, Chennai

by daveb2006

A great American style restaurant to visit is Sparky's Diner in Chetpet. There is a good range of Italian, American, Mexican and Cajun food there. My favorites were the Chicken Marsala and also the Lasgana. Meals can be topped off with a good brownie/ice cream sundae. Interesting decorations are all around the restaurant, good music. An American guy, Thom Petty, runs the place and the food is excellent. Definitely worth a visit!

Ramkrishna Mission Ashram

by goutammitra

Situated at Marina Beach facing the Indian Ocean, RamKrishna Mission Ashram is great Indian centre of learning and meditation. Started by famous Indian Saint Swami Vivekananda at Calcutta , now Ramkrishna Mission Ashram is all over the country. They have schools and a special teaching method. It is seen that all the boys are very brilliant, they score very high marks at all exams and are considered better citizens of this country. The school is open for all cast and creed even Muslims and Christians of India may get education there. The teachers are equally brilliant as they are all past students of the mission, have opted for very difficult life of monkhood( Celibacy).

A place many miss or do not give a thought but in my view the place is worth visiting.

Rajiv Gandhi Memorial

by NedHopkins

"Rajiv Gandhi Memorial"

About half-way between Chenai and Kanchipuram lies this memorial to Rajiv Gandhi.

Elder son of Indira Gandhi -- herself assassinated by her Sikh guards -- Rajiv had been prime minister of India and was campaigning for a new Congress Party majority when a Tamil nationalist detonated a body bomb, killing herself and Rajiv.

The monument is both monumental and tasteful. Along one side is a bas relief, in concrete, celebrating the many occupations and technologies that call to modern India's billion people.

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Address: NSK Salai, Vadapalani, Near Vijaya Hospital, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu, 600026, India