Rowan Tree by Poppys Chennai
A Boutique Property - Well-designed, vibrant, trendy, different from traditional hotels without any diminishing of values.
40 bespoke luxurious rooms including 8 suites. Well-appointed with Shower and premium bath amenities.
Our superior and exclusive accommodation is elegantly appointed with contemporary designs yet comfortable. We assure your stay to be luxurious and restful.
Glee Restobar is an upscale bar with an unparalleled design. This beautifully designed dÃ©cor can seat up to 100 persons is the perfect go-to option for party lovers in town. The Menu includes delicious food and a wide range of spirits, classic and modern cocktails. Great DJs playing late into the evenings.
A stylish fine dining restaurant it's definitely a place to spoil yourself as we celebrate the global cuisines. The Melting Pot combines tradition with modernity in an exceptional way.
A round-the-clock option to unwind or grab a quick midday bite with your favourite beverage.
Rowan Tree by Poppys Chennai offers a modern Banquet Hall with facilities and impeccable services, making every event unique and stylish in their own way.
Suitable for all kinds of corporate meets, family functions, get-togethers and any special event with a maximum capacity of 75 guests under one roof. We undertake out door options also for various functions.
Complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and desks. Suites offer sitting areas with sofas. Room service is available 24/7.
Amenities include free breakfast and parking, as well as a restaurant serving international cuisine.
No. 4, Tirumalai Road, T Nagar, Chennai - 600017
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