InterContinental Hotel Group opens its first resort in India

InterContinental Hotel Group opens its first resort in India

InterContinental Resort Chennai Mahabalipuram

January 19, 2016: Launching in Chennai, InterContinental Hotel Group’s first luxury resort is located by the Bay of Bengal. InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort provides guests with magnificent experiences and breath-taking ocean front views. 

Fully-equipped with a health club and spa, three gourmet dining selections and an outdoor pool, the resort offers guests a full range of facilities and amenities. The resort aligns with India’s wide-ranging culture; serving the finest European, South Asian, Peninsular Indian and Chinese cuisine at The Melting Pot: Market Café and Tao of Peng. The Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort also includes a festive beachside grill and seafood restaurant, Off The Hook. 

InterContinental Resort Chennai Mahabalipuram, Dinner by the Bay

Adding to the resort’s list of amenities is Planet Trekkers, keeping children engaged while couples relax at The Gatsby Lounge for a refreshing cocktail or receive one of its many signature spa treatments. InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort’s numerous state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor venues can accommodate guests hosting conferences and meetings, as well as intimate special occasions. 

Guests staying in the Resort’s East Coast Suites have access to exclusive services of the Club InterContinental Lounge. The Lounge stays true to IHG’s promise to authentic experiences of South India, offering guests with a dedicated Concierge.

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