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Old 11th February 2015, 07:16   #46
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I have booked in The Residency Hotel.
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Any suggestions for good hotel for a family, near to the US consulate?

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Hotel Palmgrove. Walkable distance from the US Consulate.

New Woodlands Hotel. 1.6 km.
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Would New Woodlands or Hotel Palmgrove be a good choice for visits to the shopping places around T Nagar ?
Any other suggestions/recommendations for hotels in T Nagar close to the shopping places at Usman Road, etc
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Would New Woodlands or Hotel Palmgrove be a good choice for visits to the shopping places around T Nagar ?
Any other suggestions/recommendations for hotels in T Nagar close to the shopping places at Usman Road, etc
GRT Grand - but rather more expensive than Woodlands or Palm Grove. Restaurants that are legendary for food (both south indian on the lobby level and a mediterranean food restaurant called Azulia on the 1st floor).

Medium priced (and with a rather popular bar called 10 downing street) - Kences Inn on North Boag Road.
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GRT Grand - but rather more expensive than Woodlands or Palm Grove. Restaurants that are legendary for food (both south indian on the lobby level and a mediterranean food restaurant called Azulia on the 1st floor)
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Have stayed at Palmgrove on an earlier trip, will probably choose Woodlands, simply love that quaint, old world feel there and spacious campus. Just wondering if the distance to Usman Road, etc will be a problem ?
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