Ramee Mall : Opens up in Chennai

The Ramee Group, owned by Mr. Raj Shetty, which is a fast growing mid segment hotel group, has entered Chennai with a mall as its first offering to this southern metropolitan city. Ramee Mall, a boutique mall targetted at the luxury segment of shoppers, has opened up on Mount Road in the same building, which houses the Grand Hyatt Hotels with separate entry and exit routes for the mall.

High lights of Ramee Mall..!

# Ramee Mall has come up over 2.25 lakh square feet of retail space, including car parks, and has Shoppers Stop as its anchor client. The store has stocked the most premium collections.

# The mall has outlets by Casio, Eye T World, Kryolan City, Time Factory, Chique Fashions, Biba, Lasya, Magiktees, Nike, Canon & Archies Gallery.

# It also houses a multi-cuisine food court and an upcoming gaming zone.

# The shoppers will be treated to a new world of luxurious shopping as the boutique mall concept allows customers to experience luxurious brands up close &  personal. The open, seamless layout of the mall allows for easy access to products and good opportunity to quickly compare brands.

Ramee Mall,
365, Teynampet, Anna Salai,
Chennai - 600 018
Contact : Mr. Basil Mathew
Landline: +91-44-65514710
Email : basil@rameemall.com

About Ramee Group..!

Ramee Group of Hotels and Resorts under the leadership of its visionary Chairman and Managing Worker Mr. Vardaraj M. Shetty, currently operates and manages about 30 hotels, resorts & apartments in UAE, Bahrain, Oman and in India.

The group also specializes in Restaurants &  in live entertainment and have established and expanded some of the brands which have now become world renowned .The group employs above 3,000 employees from 15 countries across the globe with global management and marketing expertise at its hands. The group driven by a robust growth model is actively acquiring more properties in India, Middle East, Eastern Europe &  the UK.


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