Maharaja Hotel, Chennai
2, J.J. Nagar, East Mogappiar, Chennai
Ranked 1016 amongst 1396 hotels in Chennai
Maharaja Hotel Reviews
I had visited this hotel for official trip. The hotel was located in middle of the city. The appearance of the hotel was good. The room was spacious and clean. Wi-Fi connection was not arranged in the room.
I had been to Chennai and stayed in this hotel. The destination and location of the hotel was excellent. The appearance of the hotel was good both internally and externally. There was no delay in check in and check out process. The service in the hotel was poor. The room allotted to us was maintained clean with basic amenities working properly. I a....Read More
Maharaja Hotel is located at city centre. Amenities are good. Services provided by hotel are so good. Well equipped with lift facilities. Cleaning and washing are also well prepared. But hotel manager is not so cooperative. Had stayed at Hotel Maharaja several times.
Hotel was really nice. It was on a prime location. Staff was really polite and helpful and happy. I am happy with the service from the hotel manager. Rooms were really neat and clean. Bus stand is just close to the hotel. Malls are close to this hotel. View is really good from the hotel.
there is a good experience for all the convenience provided there in hotel.
The hotel was too worse. But people having work near ambattur can prefer this. The locality is ok.
it is a beautiful destination. the appearance of the hotel is very nice. the services offered were just average. rooms were neat and clean as well as spacious. yummy food. there were no activities
Basically not a great lover of Chennai, had been there of some work and stayed in Maharaja hotel. It was a good experience staying here. They provided me with good accommodation in a clean and neatly maintianed room with almost all the basic facilities which was really good. Service was also equally done well. Food was ok.
Rajinikanth plans to finally settle down at his Kelambakkam farmhouse in Channai. When he is there, he goes into complete rest and his family does not entertain any guest.