The Trident Chennai
The Trident Chennai is conveniently located close to the airport, and 10 minutes from Chennai. Set amongst five acres of lush, tropical gardens, the elegant hotel caters offers 167 rooms, business facilities, bar, restaurants, gymnasium and spa.
At a Glance
- 167 comfortable rooms make up this modern hotel
- Located close to Chennai's International Airport, perfect for a stopover
Opt for the Trident Club Room for added club benefits
- Two restaurants and one bar to unwind after a day of sightseeing
Plenty of facilities including a large pool and spa
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Trident Chennai or take a look at our itineraries to Tamil Nadu
The Trident Chennai lies just 3km from Chennai Airport, close to the city's business districts. Offering plenty of facilities, dining options and comfortable accomodation, this 167 room hotel makes for a great stopover through the captial of Tamil Nadu. Combine a trip through south India with some time in the Andaman Islands, a perfect way to end your trip.
There are 156 rooms and 11 suites at The Trident Chennai and each is decorated in a simple but modern style. Guests who opt for a Trident Club Room will benefit from club benefits which include free Wifi, airport transfers and complimentary high-tea and cocktails.
Guests staying at The Trident Chennai can enjoy the outdoor pool, gardens, a pampering at the spa and even the fitness center for those looking to keep fit during their stay.
There are two restaurants at The Trident Chennai. Choose from Cinnamon which offers an array of international cuisine or Samudra, an Indian coastal specialty restaurant. For evening drinks, head to Arcot Bar, open until midnight.
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When to go
The climate in southern India shows only slight seasonal variations unlike northern India. Temperatures and humidity remain relatively high all year round in Tamil Nadu, but the best time to usually visit is from November until March. Please note that rainfall is common at any time of the year but the monsoon season has only marginally more precipitation than at any other time.