CHENNAI, INDIA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/11/13 -- Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but when it comes to weekends, Sunday Brunch takes center stage. And with an all-new spread, events and more, Courtyard by Marriott Chennai is reinventing brunch for every guest -- and their palates.
Already home to some of the popular Chennai restaurant choices, the Courtyard now offers an all-new Sunday Brunch featuring exciting food counters such as cold cuts, a sea food bar where guests can choose from a wide variety of sauces and marinates, a dancing wok/Chinese counter that serves an assortment of sauces and noodles, a roast counter with exotic meats, stuffed and homemade pastas and much more. Guests can finish up their lavish meal by choosing from 15 different varieties of desserts!
In addition to securing its place as home to some of the best restaurants in Chennai, Courtyard by Marriott Chennai also has a whole array of entertainment and activities lined up for brunch guests starting with a kiddie buffet, a play area with a tattoo artist, a balloon sculptor and much more to keep children occupied while parents recharge your batteries, manage to catch some quiet time with family and friends and enjoy some good old soulful tunes courtesy the hotel's live band.
The revised and brand new Sunday Brunch spread is priced at INR 1250 plus taxes for a non alcoholic meal and INR 1950 plus taxes for an alcoholic meal offering with sparkling wines, imported still wines and more. The Courtyard is proud to offer the perfect Sunday out with excellent food and drink. For table reservations at this Chennai hotel near Marina Beach, guests are invited to call the hotel directly at 91 44 6676 4488. For further information, contact:
Courtyard Chennai, India
Set near the Chennai airport, Courtyard by Marriott Chennai hotel is a modern and exciting retreat in the heart of the city. The hotel's location makes it an ideal choice for business or leisure travel -- conveniently at the heart of the central business district, near the US Consulate and the IT and Manufacturing Corridor.
Featuring some of the latest amenities, the Courtyard offers spacious guest rooms with high-speed Internet access and plush bedding for a relaxing slumber. Guests can enjoy sumptuous buffets and an exciting a-la-carte menu at Paprika Café, pamper themselves with home-style Italian cuisine at Rhapsody, which offers a lounge stocked with an international beverage selection, or pop over to Muffin Tree for scrumptious desserts and fresh baked breads.
For business and event planners, this Chennai, India hotel's conference space features seven conference rooms for up to 200 guests, a full-service business center and a 24-hour gymnasium.
About the Courtyard Chennai, India
An ideal setting for business and leisure accommodations, the Courtyard Chennai gives guests the space to conduct business uninterrupted in its free Wi-Fi executive lounge, which offers stunning views of Chennai. In addition to offering comfortable Chennai meeting space, as one of the premier four-star hotels in Chennai, India, the Courtyard is conveniently located just 20 minutes from the Chennai airport. This popular Chennai business hotel boasts nearby attractions, such as Marina Beach, Santhome Cathedral and Birla Planetarium. The hotel features 231 rooms and five suites on 10 floors, as well as 7 meeting rooms for 2,842 sq. ft. of total meeting space.
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Courtyard Chennai, India
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