Area Attractions

Pune fondly referred to as 'Oxford of the East' or the 'Cultural Capital of Maharashtra'. Renowned for its historical places, lush green gardens, top-of-the-line golf courses and more. The city offers a versatile and memorable destination with a little something for professionals and vacationers alike. 

Hyatt Pune

Adjacent to Aga Khan Palace, 88 Nagar Road, Kalyani Nagar
Pune, Maharashtra, India, 411006

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Nearby Attractions

Panshet Water Park

28.4 km
Located against a scenic backdrop, Panshet Water Park lies between Varasgaon Dam and Panshet Dam. With several options for water sports, like kayaking, swimming, water scooters, speed boating and wind surfing, the park is one of Pune’s most popular attractions and is the ideal day out for the entire family.

Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum

8.9 km
One of Pune’s true delights, the Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum houses only a fraction of the 21,000-odd objects of daily life collected by Dinkar Gangadhar, who died in 1990. See a suit of armour made of fish scales and crocodile skin, hundreds of hookah pipes, writing instruments, lamps, toys, betel-nut cutters and an amazing gallery of musical instruments.

Poona Club Golf Course

2.5 km
Located in the heart of the city, Poona Club Golf Course is spread over just 94 acres, making for an enjoyable yet quick game. Most of the holes on this par-71 course feature unique shapes, requiring additional precision and thought throughout.

Aga Khan Palace

550 m
Just five minutes from the hotel and famed for its connection with the Indian Independence movement, the Aga Khan Palace is one of Pune’s most historical places. The British held many important freedom fighters under arrest in this palace and it is also the place where Mahatma Gandhi and his wife Kasturba Gandhi were imprisoned. See the memorials dedicated to Mahadeobhai Desai and Kasturba Gandhi made out of marble and pay homage to some of India’s greatest war heroes.

Shopping

Fashion Street

7.4 km
Similar to Fashion Street in Mumbai, this popular road has a variety of clothes – enough to make anyone buy a few or simply enjoy some window shopping. Considered as one of the city’s posh markets, everything from clothes to footwear is available.

Laxmi Road

8.3 km
One of the major shopping areas of Pune, Laxmi Road provides a true flavour of Indian culture. It is a place where there is an abundance of fashionable and traditional stores. Famous for clothes as well as jewellery stores, this road is also a venue for the Diwali Festival.