Area Attractions

Hyatt Hyderabad Gachibowli, reflects the culture and tradition of Hyderabad. From discovering the art and history of the city at its Forts and iconic landmarks, shopping at the city’s massive malls, or rejuvenating at the renowned The Spa, there are a host of exciting things to do in Hyderabad. 

Hyatt Hyderabad Gachibowli

Road No. 2, IT Park
Hyderabad, Telangana, India, 500019



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22 km
Built-in 1591 with 45 prayer spaces and a quartet of 160-foot minarets, the Charminar is located at the centre of the old city and surrounded by lively bazaars. Synonymous with Hyderabad, the minar -- which stands for the intermingling of Hindu and Islamic traditions -- is imposing by day and breathtaking when lit up at night. Walk up the rather steep and narrow staircase for an exciting view of the city. Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Closed on Mondays. Cost: INR5 per person Photography is allowed.

Golconda Fort

13.9 km
Sprawling over the Deccan plateau, Golconda Fort was the fortress of the Qutub Shahi dynasty that ruled over the Deccan region from 1507 to 1687. Today it welcomes you through its imposing gates, winding alleys and residential quarters before taking you to the Fateh Darwaza or Victory Gate. If you clap your hands at the portico, the sound reverberates miraculously inside the King's chambers on top of the hill. The story of the fort and the different rulers who lived there comes alive in superstar Amitabh Bachchan's voice, as part of an exciting light and sound show every evening. Hours: 7:00am to 8:00pm daily. Cost: INR40 per person. Photography is allowed. An entry fee is applicable.

Osman Sagar Lake

20 km
Affectionately known as Gandipet, the Osman Sagar lake is located about 20 kilometres from Hyderabad. It was created in 1920 by damming the Musi River, both to provide water for the twin cities as well as to save them from floods. The lake was named after the last Nizram of Hyderabad, Osman Ali Khan, who oversaw its construction. It is a popular tourist destination due to its wonderful and scenic view, especially after the rainy season, when the reservoir is full.


24 km
Built during the Nizram dynasty, Shamirpet is located 24 kilometres north of Hyderabad. Aside from being known for its beautiful rocky terrain and grand sunsets, there is also a deer park where visitors can see different deer species in their natural habitat. The lake is one of the better ones for picnics as the shady groves around it keep the area cool and pleasant, and the distance from the city means that the hustle and bustle of city life will never be a disturbance. Bird watchers will also get a treat as Shamirpet lake attracts a variety of bird species.