From the CEO: Ananth Padmanabhan Lists 20 Places He Loves to Visit with a Book

I travel quite a bit, both within the city I live in and to the others, and amidst all the chaos cities can overwhelm you with I often look for places that I can spend time in – especially with a book – simply to find much-needed down time.

These are twenty of my favourite spaces. So, if you’re ever near any of these – I’d recommend you drop in, and don’t forget to carry something to read.

 

Cochin

Old Harbour Hotel

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Source: tripadvisor.com

 

The Malabar House

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Source: tripadvisor.com

 

 

Bengaluru

Polo Club Bar, at the Oberoi

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Source. Tripadvisor.com

 

Goa

Chocolatti

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Source: dineout.co.in

 

Cafe Candolim

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Source: Tripadvisor.in

 

Baba Au Rhum

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Source: WhatsUp Goa

 

Madras

Wild Garden, the Cafe at Amethyst

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Source: lbb.in

 

The Brew Room

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Source: TripAdvisor

 

Writer’s Cafe

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Source: The News Minute

 

Mumbai

Le 15, Colaba

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Source: The City Story

 

Pali Village Cafe

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Source: JustDial

 

Cafe, Kitab Khana bookstore

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Source: lbb.co.in

 

Kolkata

Sienna Store Cafe

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Source: dineout.co.in

 

Cafe 4 on 1

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Source: TripAdvisor

 

Delhi NCR

Perch

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Source: TripAdvisor

 

Diggin

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Source: lbb.co.in

 

Cafe Dori

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Source: EatTreat

 

Cafe Lota

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Source: National Crafts Museum

 

Roots Cafe

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Source: TripAdvisor

 

HarperCollins Office Garden

 

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