Our upscale hotel is situated in the midst of our thriving metropolitan city. It is a perfect place for fun with myriads of activities available to make your day filled with fun frolics. Chennai's posh Spencer Plaza and Express Avenue mall is just 1 km away from La Woods. Moreover, the world's second longest beach Marina is just 5 kms away. La Woods is situated with an easy accessibility to Chennai central railway station which is in 2 kms while Chennai International Airport is in 15 kms.
We promise you for the never-ending fun you will be experiencing here whether you are on a long vacation or a weekend getaway. Outdoor activities are one of the fun and you can also enjoy sightseeing around our city as there are a number of tourist attractions in and around the Hotel offering you the wealth of attractions from foodies, party enthusiasts, art fanatics and so on. We make tour arrangements exclusively for our guests on request.
The below given are few attractions you can enjoy with your loved ones near La Woods:
The Marina beach is recorded as the world's second largest beach. It is a natural urban beach alongside the Bay of Bengal which is a part of the Indian Ocean. This longest India beach runs for a distance of 13km making it the longest beach in the country.
San Thome Basilica Church
The San Thome Basilica is located in Mylapore, Chennai, which is a principal Roman Catholic minor basilica. It was built by the Portuguese explorers in the 16th century over the tomb of St.Thomas, who was known to be an apostle of Jesus. The British rebuilt the church in 1893 by giving it the status of Cathedral
Kapaleeshwarar Temple, is a temple for Lord Shiva which was built around 7th century in Mylapore, Chennai. The temple is built with numerous shrines and among those Kapaleeshwarar and Karpagambal shrines are the most prominent. The temple is maintained by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu.
Fort St George- St. Mary's Church
St.Mary's Church is the very oldest Anglican Church and the oldest building built by British in India. It is located at Fort St George, Chennai and is popularly known as "Westminster Abbey of the East". The altar piece kept at this church is a depiction of "Last supper".
Victory War Memorial
The Victory war memorial is located to the south of Fort St.George. It is originally constructed to commemorate the victory of allied armies during World War I and later it was turned to victory war memorial for World War II.
Madras High Court
The Madras High Court is located in Chennai which is considered to be the highest court in the whole of Tamil Nadu state. It is one of the three high courts in India established by Her Majesty Queen Victoria on 26 June 1862. The building is an exquisite example of Indo-Saracenic style of architecture.
The Ripon Building is one of the finest examples of the Neoclassical Style of architecture which is a combination of Gothic, Ionic and Corinthian. It is built with an all-white structure and is located near the Chennai Central Railway Station. It was built in the year 1913 and is known as the official seat of Chennai Corporation.
Express Avenue Mall
The Express Avenue Mall is one of the largest shopping malls, which is located in Royapettah, Chennai. It is built with four floors that host a wide-range of entertainment for shopping and leisure activities. The mall is located between the Whites Road, Woods Road, and Patullos Road.
The Spencer Plaza is located in Anna Salai, Chennai and is known to be one of the modern landmarks of the city. It is an 8-storey shopping complex with over 700 shops. The mall anchors various international and local branded products shops for the visitors all through the year.
The Government museum formerly known as Madras museum is a well-known human history and culture that is located in the neighborhood in Egmore, Chennai. It is the second largest museum in India and is built in 1851. The museum is known for its rich archaeological and numismatic collections. It is also the museum which has a large collection of Roman antiquities outside of Europe along with the most impressive Museum Theatre.