Area Attractions

Whether you’re in town for business or leisure, Grand Hyatt Mumbai’s central location in the city allows you to experience all of the city’s identities and flavors. Revel and celebrate the spirit of the city that never sleeps, indulge in authentic Bombay Street food, pamper yourself with delightful shopping options or embark on a spiritual sojourn with a visit to the temples.

Grand Hyatt Mumbai

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

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Areas near Grand Hyatt Mumbai

Bandra Kurla Complex and Kalina

Visit the Bandra Kurla complex (BKC); an emerging business district centrally located in the heart of Mumbai. It is home to international schools such as the Dhirubai Ambani International School and the American School of Bombay (ASB).

Bandra

Located 20 minutes away from Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Bandra is a prominent entertainment and culture hub in Mumbai. Termed as the ‘Queen of Suburbs’, Bandra is a melting pot of activity and culture; showcasing a cross section of lifestyle products and services, restaurants, pubs, bars and high-street stores. Bandra is also known for its coastlines with promenades along Bandstand, Reclamation and Carter Road.

Bandra-Worli Sea link

Opened in 2009, The Bandra Worli Sea link also known as the Rajiv Gandhi Sea link is a cable-stayed bridge that connects the suburbs of Mumbai to the arterial roads of downtown Worli and South Mumbai; the richest urban precinct in India that places the city’s main business areas, prime office spaces and high-end residential facilities within itself.

Worli

A key commercial district in Mumbai, Worli is home to a congregation of multinational companies like Novartis, GSK Pharma, Barclays Bank, Credit Suisse, Hindujas, YES Bank and Maersk Shipping.

Shopping in Mumbai

Lower Parel

Lower Parel is Mumbai’s largest and most diverse entertainment and shopping district with some of the best options such as High Street Phoenix and Palladium for shopping enthusiasts. It is also a sanctuary for music and entrainment such as the Comedy Store, Hard Rock Café and Blue Frog, amongst others.

Linking Road & Hill Road

Linking Road is famous for its street shopping. One can find not just apparel, accessories and footwear, but also a variety of stores like Amarsons, Shoppers Stop, Crossword, designer boutiques, Croma Electronics etc.

Colaba Causeway

Yet another abode for street shopping, Colaba Causeway is one of the oldest and most renowned shopping districts in Mumbai. One can find an eclectic mix of products on sale right from vintage grandfather clocks to modern clothing and accessories. The well-entrenched neighbourhood of Colaba is also home to some of the best restaurants, nightspots, art galleries and architecture that offer a glimpse into influences of the bygone Victorian era.

Good Earth

As India’s leading Design House, GOODEARTH celebrates the culture and history of a rich and diverse land. With its unique mix of vibrant colour and serenity, GOODEARTH captures the essence of Indian style where opposites and contradictions coexist naturally and easily. Each year, they design and create a comprehensive Collection of products that tell the story of a particular tradition or culture from our own point of view. Their designs are original, contemporary, whimsical, yet rooted in tradition.

Sightseeing in Mumbai and Around

The Gateway of India

22 km
Built in 1911 during the British rule in India, the gateway of India is a monumental structure erected to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary. The structure carries great significance, since the Gateway provided as a passage for the last of the British troops to leave the country, following India’s independence.

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

23 km
Located in the heart of South Mumbai and a stone’s throw away from the Gateway of India, stands the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly known as the Prince of Wales museum). Recognised as one of the 20 best museums in the world, the Prince of Wales museum is a confluence of Indo-Saracenic architecture with influences of Gothic and Moorish styles of design.

Haji Ali Shrine

14 km
Situated 500 yards from the Mumbai shoreline, on an islet in the middle of the Arabian Sea; this 18th century shrine is a dedication to Sufi saint - Sayyed Peer Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. A testament to the Indo-Islamic style of architecture, the dargah is linked to the city by a narrow walkway accessible only during low tide. Occasionally, on Fridays one may get to see Sufi musicians performing a form of devotional music called Qawalli at the dargah.

Esselworld

43.7 km
A complete leisure destination, Esselworld –sprawls across 45 acres of land and is a refreshing getaway of entertainment and fun for families, in North-West Mumbai. This amusement park in Mumbai offers adventure rides and a water park with wave pools, exciting slides and a plethora of options to relax and spend the day with family and friends.