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The Egmore Railway Station connects Chennai to the rest of Tamil Nadu and Kerala. The building of the railway station is one of the best-known landmarks of the city, made distinctive with imposing domes and corridors in the Gothic style of architecture. The Chennai airport is 15 kmaway and the Chennai Central Railway Station is only 2 km away from the Egmore Railway station. Among the 150+ properties available near the Chennai Egmore Railway Station, with ratings ranging from 5-star to 1-star, the tourist has a lot of options available based on the kind of amenities you want and the money you are willing to shell out. With quite a few Treebo properties near the Egmore railway station, you can choose according to your budget. We ensure the highest quality standards for our hotels, whether premium or budget and offer amenities like AC, TV with DTH, Free Wi-Fi & breakfast, toiletries and much more. Egmore Museum and the Theatre are experiences you cannot miss if you are choosing to stay near the Egmore railway station. If you fancy a dinner outside, restaurants such as Fisherman's Fare, Delhi Highway, Mathysya, Great Kabab Factory and Flower Drum are all within 800 meters from the railway station. Saravana Bhavan is a must-try for vegetarian food that is famous across the world. Malls like Alsa, Spencers Plaza and Express Avenue are all within 3 km. The Express Avenue mall has a movie theatre, a lot of eateries, some apparel and accessories stores to meet all your needs as a one-stop destination. Fancy a long walk along the beach? The Marina Beach is close by. A trip to Chennai is incomplete without an auto-rickshaw ride. Take an auto to the famous T Nagar market or even to the nearby places of interest and you get to experience Chennai Rajinikanth style. Looking for a hotel near all the hotspots of the city? Choose a Treebo near the Egmore Railway Station to experience the highest standards of quality and hospitality that can be the best welcome ever for a tourist to an unknown city!
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