"Theagaraya Nagar" named after Sir P. Theagaraya Chetty was carved out of the southern part of the erstwhile Mambalam zamindari.  Read More
Tourist Attraction
Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam
Located on Venkatanarayana Road, it has a replica of Lord Venkateswara in Tirupati. Darshan, accommodation and some arjita sevas and one-day trips to Tirumala are arranged here. There is also a Sringeri Shrada Peetham Mutt on Venkatanarayana Road. The Temple has a large ambient meditation hall.
Dr. Natesan Park
It is located on Venkatanarayana Road in T. Nagar covering an area of 4 acres and was opened to the public on 13 September 1950 by the then Minister of Agriculture, A.B. Shetty. The Chennai Corporation has a separate tennis court for coaching children and also a plant propagation centre and play zone for children.
The Guindy National Park
If you’re a wildlife enthusiast, this is one place you’d surely not want to miss. At the Snake Park at Guindy, you’ll get to see many endangered species of animals, such as monkeys, foxes and deer. From Cobras and Pythons to Vipers and Adders, the Guindy national park accommodates a variety of snakes.
Rippon Building
The building was founded in the year 1909 by Sir Gilbert John Elliot M.K.M Bart and Carl Minto who happened to be the Viceroy and Governer General of India at that time. In the year 1913 the municipal corporation of Madras started functioning from the Ripon Building.
Snake Park
Snake Park is located in one of the urban centres of Chennai city called Adyar. This famous snake breeding park lies in the Guindy area of the city suburb, Adyar. Accessibility to the park is provided by a small road linked to Sardar Vallabhai Patel Road. There are few such parks in the entire state of Tamil Nadu.
Birla Planetarium
Birla Planetarium features a fully computerized planetarium located in the Kotturpuram suburbs of Chennai city. The planetarium is an integral part of Periyar Science and Technology Centre, a premier institute in the southern state of India.
Valluvar Kottam
It marks the memorial of one of the renowned poet and saint of the region, Thiruvalluvar. The monument stands as a massive auditorium on a dry lake that was filled with the garbage and debris. The auditorium was thrown open to public in the year 1976. The memorial bears the impressions of the Tamil culture.
Amir Mahal
Amir Mahal is a palace belongs to the Royal family of Arcot and presently the residence of His Highness Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ali Azim Jah, the eighth Prince of Arcot. Situated on an area of approx. 14 acres, Amir Mahal was built in 1789 and came into possession of the Arcot Royal Family in 1870.
Connemara Public Library
Chennaiís one of the four National Depository Libraries which receive a copy of all books, newspapers and periodicals published in India. Established in 1890 the library is a repository of centuries-old publications, most respected works and collections in the country. It also serves as a depository library for the UN.
Government Museum
The Complex, established in 1851, comprises six buildings and 46 galleries. The objects displayed in this museum cover a broad range of objects and art crafts from diverse realms, including natural history, zoology, numismatics, archaeology, palm-leaf manuscripts and amazingly crafted sculptures.
Fort St. George
Built by the British East India Company in 1640, this walled military structure contains numerous important landmarks. This is one very striking structure of Chennai.
Fort Museum
The Fort St. George Museum was organized and opened to the public from 31st January 1948. The museum began with a small collection of objects of the British Raj donated by the then Madras Presidency Government, the St. Mary's Church authorities, the disbanded army units and others.
Thousand Lights
In the beginning of 19th century the place where the popular mosque stands used to be the assembling place of Shias, a sect of Muslims, in the month of Moharram. The place derived its name after the illumination of about 1000 oil lamps.
Chennai Beach
This expansive beach is Chennai's most famous tourist attraction. In Chennai, this is one ideal place for laid back holidays. The composed climate, the whispering sea, the shimmering sun and the soft sand are all that will make you beach holidays perfect.
This ancient shrine dedicated to Shiva is centrally located and among the areaís most popular landmarks. Lord Siva once pinched off one of the heads of Brahma to arrest his pride. A crestfallen Brahma came to this place, installed a Siva Lingam and did penance. The Lingam is known as Kapaleeswarar.
Santhome Cathedral Basilica
This is an important monument located towards the south of the Marina Drive. The place, where Santhome Cathedral Basilica stands today, used to be known as Betuma in the past. St. Thomas, one of the twelve apostles, is said to have arrived in the region somewhat in the middle of first century A.D.
Horticultures Gardens
Sprawling over an area of 22 acres, with rare trees, shrubs, flower beds and bonsais is situated at the heart of the city, near St. Georgeís Cathedral on Cathedral Road. Seeds, seedlings and plants are on sale. The annual flower shows enthusiast hordes of visitors.
The Theosophical Society
Founded by an expatriate named Annie Besant in the year 1875, the spiritual movement was originally formed in the state of America. The society originated from Chennai city and within a short span of time spread to the whole sub continent and beyond. The society is located along the Adyar River.
Universal Temple of Sri Ramakrishna
This temple is not set aside for people of any religion or creed. It seeks to serve as a spot where a person can meditate in solitude or seek 'knowledge of self'. The Universal Temple of Sri Ramakrishna is a beautiful monument, combining traditional South Indian architecture into its style.
Cholamandal Artists Village
The much epitomized village came into being following the initiative taken by a group of artists and the inception of a self sustaining arts centre in the year 1965. In the same year a group of regional artists bought the land here and started the institution.
Photo Gallery Virtual Tour
By Air
Nearest airport is at meenambakkam just 10kms, where domestic & international flights operate.
By Train
It Is very close to the nearest railhead, this is just 4 km away from the hotel.
By Bus
T. Nagar is directly connected to all parts of the city through bus terminus which is 4kms away.
Contact Us
No.30,2nd Street
B.N. Narasimman Salai,
North Boag Road
(Near Singapore Consulate)
T. Nagar, Chennai – 600 017.
Tamil Nadu, India.
Tel: +91-44 -4261 3958/ 59 /60
Mobile: +91 9500 005 463
Email: rsv@rjresidency.in