Thiruvanmiyur is a residential neighbourhood in the south of Chennai, literally meaning 'the location of the temple of Valmiki'. With a lot of business centres and research institutes developing around this locality, it is becoming a sought after neighbourhood to reside in. The area is easily accessible by the Thiruvanmiyur railway station and the MTC buses plying from here. The East Coast road here also connects to Mahabalipuram and Pondicherry. The Chennai Airport and the Central Railway Station are both at a distance of 14 km from this locality. Famous hotel chains have set up their business here, owing to the prime location. You get to choose from 5-star to 2-star hotels and budget/service apartments. Treebo is the top rated hotel chain among these hotels and offers amenities like AC, TV with DTH, free Wi-Fi & breakfast, toiletries and much more. Thirumvayur houses many important places of culture and arts such as the Kalakshetra Foundation founded by Rukmini Devi for dance and music. The Marundeeswarar Temple is also located here. Thiruvanmiyur Beach, close to the IT corridor, is slowly becoming a popular hangout destination for the youth of the city. With fewer tourists and a cleaner beach, this area is popular among locals looking to enjoy some quiet time with the breeze providing a welcome relief from the Chennai heat. Some of the restaurants to try out in this locality include Bella Ciao, Kavana Idli Shop and Burger Point. If you are looking to shop for utilities, visit the Reliance Trends or Marundeeswarar Shopping Complex, which houses a lot of shops and restaurants. Perfect for business travellers who want to stay close to Tidel Information Technology Park and numerous other offices here, or tourists who want to travel to Pondicherry or Mahabalipuram can choose to stay in Tiruvanmiyur when looking for accommodation in Chennai. With Treebo's professional services and hospitality, it has emerged as India's top rated hotel chain and hence you don’t need to look further for budget accommodation.
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