Area Attractions

Be it business or leisure, the hotel’s central location allows you to experience all of the city’s identities and flavors. Indulge in authentic Bombay Street food, delightful shopping or a spiritual sojourn to holy places.

Grand Hyatt Mumbai Hotel & Residences

Bandra Kurla Complex Vicinity
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, 400 055



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Areas near Grand Hyatt Mumbai


Bandra Kurla Complex

Nestled in the heart of Mumbai and home to some of the largest and most impressive multinational offices and organizations, Bandra Kurla Complex is also where the city’s most sensational concerts, award nights and trade exhibitions happen!


Bandra is where boundaries blur – from high-end stores and the poshest bars to the quaintest cottages and nooks, a walk through Bandra is a traveler’s treat! Take in a play or show, or the cool sea breeze along Bandstand, Reclamation, and Carter Road

Bandra-Worli Sea Link

Take a drive down the first cable-stayed bridge to be constructed in open seas in India – the spectacular Bandra-Worli Sea Link, visible against the sky from various parts of the city and beautifully vibrant against the cityscape at night.


Visit Worli for its expressive art galleries, the dramatic Dhobi Ghat, and the Nehru Science Center – the largest interactive science center in India. For a bit of history, explore the 17th-century Worli fort and the old fishing village.

Shopping in Mumbai


Lower Parel

Mumbai’s largest shopping district is home to dazzling malls like Palladium and High Street Phoenix which house some of the chicest brands in the world. Afterward, head to the many watering holes located within hotspots such as Kamla Mills, Todi Mills, and many more.

Linking Road & Hill Road

From the street stalls to the hidden gems in Bandra’s bylanes to enchanting high-end boutiques, these markets have something for every shopper. Choose from an impressive variety of apparel, accessories, footwear, jewelry, and lots more.

Colaba Causeway

One of the oldest commercial streets of Mumbai, and steeped in culture, you will be pleasantly surprised with your finds on Colaba Causeway – from the latest fashions at designer boutiques to modern trinkets, footwear, jewelry, and other kitsch.

Phoenix Marketcity

Truly a city all its own, with the best in shopping, entertainment, and dining, with 600+ premium and high street international brands, theaters, a bowling alley, the enticing Snow World, and the Dublin Square for festivals, flea markets, and concerts.

Phoenix Palladium

Phoenix Palladium is India’s first premium retail and entertainment mall for those with a taste for luxury. With luxury labels, 250+ high fashion brands, fine dining restaurants, cafes, spas, and salons, to visit Palladium is to experience elegance.

Crawford Market

Over 150 years old, Crawford market is popular among retailers and regular shoppers alike, as the market that will not disappoint! From produce to pets, party supplies to cosmetics, and hardware to antiques – there is nothing you will not find here.

Chor Bazaar

In Chor Bazaar, one of the largest flea markets in India, the air is thick with the romance of second-hand antique and vintage items like music records, old Bollywood posters and instruments, furniture, telephones, typewriters, auto parts, and more.

Zaveri Bazaar

A jewelry souk established in the 19th century, this bazaar still retains its old-world charm, with thousands of jewelry shops occupying every cranny of the market. The market is known for its excellent prices and quality – and delicious street food!

Sightseeing in Mumbai and Around


The Gateway of India

22 km
One of the most iconic structures in India, the striking arch was erected to commemorate the arrival of King George V and Queen Mary in India in 1911. With spectacular views of the Mumbai Harbor and Arabian Sea, the Gateway is a rapturous must-visit.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum)

19.6 km
Home to almost 50,000 of the most breathtaking and exquisite artifacts, the museum is a heritage building where fascinating exhibitions and seminars are held regularly – a treat to the discerning traveler.