Area Attractions

Take a glimpse into the city's fascinating past at the UNESCO World Heritage City, stroll through the historic Sabarmati Ashram, or plan an excursion to museums and monuments. Our concierge team will assist you in the organisation of your visits.

Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad

17/A, Ashram Road
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, 380014



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Notable Places of Worship

Jama Masjid - Ahmedabad

Jama Masjid

Built by Ahmed Shah in 1423, the Jama Masjid is the principal place of prayers for Muslims, ranked as one of India’s most beautiful mosques, enhanced by an enormous, peaceful courtyard. The mosque displays Indo-Islamic architectural fusion notably in the lotus-like carving of some domes. The prayer hall’s 260 columns support 15 principal domes at different elevations. The mosque lies south of the processional axis that runs from the Maidan-i Shah with three arches called Teen Darwaza in the old city. Ahmed Shah, his son, and his grandson have mausoleums west of the mosque. A short walk away lies Rani no Hajiro, the tombstones of queens and wives of the dynasty.

Akshardham Temple

Just 30 kilometers (19 miles) from the city sits a majestic, ornate temple, one of the largest and most prominent in the state of Gujarat. An architectural masterpiece, the temple enshrines the golden Murti of Lord Swaminarayan. The site is unique and outstanding due to its stark beauty, spirituality, and story of human endeavor.

Hutheesing Temple

Located outside the Delhi Gate, the Hutheesing Jain temple was built in 1848 A.D. as a dedication to the 15th Jain Tirthankara. It is spread over a sprawling courtyard, a mandapa surmounted by a large ridged dome, which is supported by 12 ornate pillars. This remarkably elegant temple created out of white marble has been sacred to many Jain families, generation after generation.

Sarkhej Roza

Sarkhej Roza is renowned for its marvelous buildings. It is a platform showcasing the coexistence of three distinct worlds: royal, religious, and social. The palaces and tombs form part of the royal world, the mosque constitutes the religious realm, and the property’s tanks and pavilions have given rise to the social world.


Adalaj ni Vav

Sidi Saiyed Jali

The Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, popularly known as Sidi Saiyyid ni Jali locally, built in 1572-73 AD (Hijri year 980), is one of the most famous mosques of Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. As attested by the marble tablet fixed on the wall of the mosque, it was built by Sidi Saiyyed and is known for its ten intricately carved stone latticework windows (jalis) on the side and rear arches.

Statue of Unity - World's Tallest Statue

The Statue of Unity is a testimonial to the life of Sardar Patel, a role model of unity and statesmanship. The tallest statue of the world enjoys a splendidly scenic location facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam, 3.2 kilometres away. This colossal statue stands on the isle of Sadhu-Bet in River Narmada, at Kevadia, District Rajpipla in the Indian State of Gujarat, with the majestic Vindhyachal and Satpuda Mountain Ranges in the backdrop. The statue is fast becoming one of the country’s top tourist attractions. Aimed to inspire generations, the Statue showcases Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s vision on unity, patriotism, inclusive growth and good governance.

Heritage City - Walled City of Ahmedabad

India's first UNESCO World Heritage City - the walled city is considered as an archaeological entity with its plotting which has largely survived over centuries. Its urban archaeology strengthens its historic significance on the basis of remains from the Pre-Sultanate and Sultanate periods. This heritage is associated with the complementary traditions embodied in other religious buildings and the old city’s very rich domestic wooden architecture with its distinctive “havelis” (neighbourhoods), “pols” (gated residential main streets), and khadkis (inner entrances to the pols) as the main constituents. Experience a heritage walk to the old city with the hotel's guided tours.

Adalaj Ni Vav

Adalaj Stepwell or Rudabai Stepwell is a stepwell located in the village of Adalaj, close to Ahmedabad city and in Gandhinagar district in the Indian state of Gujarat. It was built in 1498 in the memory of Rana Veer Singh, by his wife Queen Rudadevi. It is a fine example of Indian architecture work.

Amdavad Ni Gufa

Amdavad ni Gufa is an underground art gallery in Ahmedabad, India. Designed by the world-renowned architect Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi, it exhibits works of the Indian artist Maqbool Fida Husain (M.F. Husain). The gallery represents a unique juxtaposition of architecture and art.

Destinations in Nature

Nature Visits

Sabarmati Riverfront

In addition to being an important source of water, the Sabarmati River provides a backdrop for cultural and recreational activities. It provides a 22-kilometer (14-mile) waterside pedestrian realm featuring three boating stations, a laundry campus, two parks, and the Riverfront Market.

Kankaria Lake

Kankaria Lake is a favorite picnic spot of locals. Adjacent to the lake lies a beautiful garden called Nagina Wadi. For people seeking peace, there is no better place than Kankaria Lake. A boating facility is available, and the view at sunset is spectacular.

Thol Lake Bird Sanctuary

One of the most popular birding hotspots of Gujarat, the 7 sq. km big Thol Lake Sanctuary is an open water habitat surrounded by cropland, fallow land, and scrubland, which helps other mammals to co-exist. Apart from 150 species of birds, one can also spot blackbucks, jackals, and blue bulls in the vicinity. The protected area is great for waterfowl during monsoons and winters. Most travelers come to see thousands of flamingoes in the winters, covering the landscape in pink. Migratory birds like great white pelicans, mallards, geese, sarus cranes and many other waders make the sanctuary their home in the winters.


Ahmedabad Places to Visit

Gandhi Ashram

Mahatma Gandhi’s erstwhile home - the Sabarmati Ashram - was built in June 1917 on the banks of the river Sabarmati. In present day, the Ashram, named after the eponym Sabarmati River is fragmented into two sections – where Gandhi actually lived, and the modern section conceived by architect Charles Correa. One can find the complex dotted with people meditating, walking in silence or transfixed to the gallery, which showcases Gandhi’s many photographs and memorabilia. The finest part for a traveller is to pick a spinning wheel memento from the curio shop and also send a postcard from the in-house postbox. A special ‘charkha’ stamp is used when your mail leaves the ashram.

Calico Museum

The Calico Museum of Textiles is the country’s premier textile museum and one of the most celebrated institutions of its kind in the world, featuring a distinguished and comprehensive collection of textiles and artifacts.

Kite Museum

In this museum, guests can admire a kite measuring seven meters by five meters (23 feet by 16 feet). Another major highlight of the museum is a kite made using 400 pieces of paper. Some of the other kites were crafted using mirror work, block prints, and images of garba dances.




One of Ahmedabad's best and oldest marketplaces, C.G. Road is home to almost anything, from electronics to jewelry to fine dining. Located just 10 minutes by car from Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad, C.G. Road offers a mix of shopping and local delicacies.

Law Garden

This location showcases the creations of Indian craftsmen, weavers, and folk artists. You will find small kiosks selling all kinds of kutchi works, artificial silver jewelry, and cotton works.

Ahmedabad One Mall

This is a one-stop destination that offers numerous Indian and international brands. The mall is just a 15-minute drive from the Hyatt Regency Ahmedabad.