Leisure Experiences

The holy city housing the enchanting Golden Temple, the iconic Jallianwala Bagh and The Wagah Border - Amritsar is the ultimate attraction not just for pilgrims but also for tourists from far & wide. From animated markets that are always abuzz with verve and known for selling a host of authentic classics of Punjabi cuisine and colourful phulkari dupattas, to the high security Wagah Border which is always seen brimming with a mood of patriotism and love for motherland, there are plenty of things that this vibrant city has in store for you. In addition to the already established destinations, Hyatt Regency Amritsar brings to you specially curated Leisure Experiences to gift you with a truck load of memories.

Hyatt Regency Amritsar

MBM Farms, G.T. Road
Amritsar, Punjab, India, 143001



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Leisure Experiences

Village Tour - Back to the Roots

Distance from Hotel - 14 Kms
Village walk is your chance to connect with a rustic and beautifully raw side of India. From a traditional Punjabi welcome with dhols to an authentic desi lunch, this unique experience has everything you need to trace the beauty of rural India. Duration: 180 Minutes, Price: *INR 4000 per person, INR 4500 per couple, Escort: AC car & Guide *All applicable taxes are extra.

War Memorial - Stories Untold

Distance from 15 Kms
An ode to heroism and valour, the famous War Memorial & Museum is a must visit for all battle history lovers. From the age of Alexander the Great to the 1999 Kargil war, this place narrates war stories unheard of. Duration: 2 Hours Price: INR 2500 per person INR 3000 per couple Escort: AC Car & Guide *All applicable taxes are extra

Heritage Walk - A walk through the real essence of Old Ambarsar

Distance from Hotel - 5 Kms
A guided tour in the lanes of old Ambarsar now known as Amritsar, enriched with remarkable history of over 400 years. Experience and witness the traditional trade and crafts being practiced the same way as it was back in the time. Duration: 3 Hours, Price: INR 2500 per person, INR 3000 per couple, Escort: AC Car & Guide, *All applicable taxes are extra

Religious Tour - An experience that will enlighten your spiritual senses

Distance from Hotel - 15 Kms
A guided tour of Ram Tirath, Guru Ki Wadali, Chheharta Sahib, San Sahib and Baba Buddha Saheb, few religious spots other than the famous Golden Temple. This list is custom curated by our team for the guests to explore the unexplored parts of Amritsar. Duration: Min. 4 Hours, Inclusions: Transportation and Guide, Price: INR 5500 for up to 2-3 guests, *All applicable taxes are extra

Hotel Facilities

Teen Zone

Operational Hours - 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
The teen zone is designed specially for your teenagers to give them a special space of their own in the hotel. The dedicated space provides your teens with a comfortable space accompanied by novels & fiction books to give them a refreshing time. The teenagers will be thrilled to find their favorite video games to play over the Xbox at the Teen Zone, in the hotel.

Kids Zone

Operational Hours - 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM
The kids’ zone at the hotel is designed keeping in mind giving those special toddlers the most comfortable play zone while the parents are away. The kids’ zone is equipped with Soft Toys, Baby Books, Crayons & Coloring Books and much more. The kids’ zone is a home away from home for the little ones.

Shanti Spa

Operational Hours - 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM
The spa is our wellness centre that shall rejuvenate your senses and refresh you completely. The spa at Hyatt Regency Amritsar offers an authentic & an extremely luxurious experience with various western and ayurvedic treatments. The spa offers Signature Hyatt Therapies, Hot Stone Therapies, Shirodhara & Abhyanga therapies to refresh your senses.

Local Attractions

Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple)

Located 15 minutes from Hyatt Regency Amritsar lies The Golden Temple, a place of spiritual significance and importance to the Sikh faith. It represents the heritage and identity of the Sikhs through its history and architecture, constructed with Muslim, Hindu and European design principles. Founded by the fourth Guru of Sikhs, Guru Ramdasji, it was completed by his successor Guru Arjan Devji.

Jallianwala Bagh

4 Kms
The memorial at this site commemorates the 2000 Indians who were killed or wounded, shot indiscriminately by the British under the command of Gen Michael O”Dyer on April 13, 1919 while participating in a peaceful public meeting. This was one of the major incidents of India’s freedom struggle. The story of this appealing massacre is told in the Martyr’s Gallery at the site. A section of wall with bullet marks still visible is preserved along with the memorial well, in which some people jumped to escape. “The impossible men of India shall rise and liberate their mother land”, declared Mahatma Gandhi, after the Jallianwala massacre. “This disproportionate severity of punishment inflicted upon the unfortunate people and method of carrying it out is without parallel in the history of civilized govt.” wrote Rabindra Nath Tagore the noble laureate while returning knighthood.

Partition Museum

4 Kms
The Partition Museum comprehensively charts the Partition with a narrative arc that moves from the time before partition, proceeds to the independence movement, the early demands for separate countries, and ultimately the Partition and its consequences. Established as a People’s Museum, the Partition Museum endeavors to depict the Partition as it was experienced by the People. One key aspect of the collections comprises the artefacts generously donated by Partition Survivors and their families. The artefacts received by the Partition Museum include things that were of practical use brought across by people along with those that held sentimental value for them. From utensils, trunks and clothes, to a wedding sari, a jewellery box and a tin box, the Museum houses artefacts of the Partition belonging to people from diverse and different backgrounds.

Attari - Wagha Border

35 Kms
The international border between India and Pakistan. The pomp and pageantry of the Beating Retreat and the Change of Guard within handshaking distance of the Indian and Pakistani forces makes for a most charming spectacle. Wagah, an army outpost on Indo-Pak border – between Amritsar and Lahore, is an elaborate complex of buildings, roads and barriers on both sides. The daily highlight is the evening “Beating the Retreat” ceremony. Soldiers from both countries march in perfect drill, going through the steps of bringing down their respective national flags. As the sun goes down, nationalistic fervour rises and lights are switched on marking the end of the day amidst thunderous applause.

Gobindgarh Fort

Gobindgarh Fort – the very symbol of Punjab. Spread across a grand 43 acres, right in the heart of Amritsar city, this magnificent, heritage site has a glorious history of its own, spanning across 257 years – right from the era of the Bhangi Misl to the time of Maharaja Ranjit Singh- to The British East India Company to The Indian Army to now, when finally, it opens its gates to the people of Punjab.

Shri Durgiana Mandir

Durgiana Mandir, an important religious pilgrimage of the Hindus is in the Northern India. Built in the third decade of the 20th Century, it echoes not only the traditional Hindu temple architecture but that of the Golden Temple and in a similar manner rises from the midst of a tank and has canopies and the central dome in the style of the Sikh temple. This city of Amritsar is pious, as it was visited by Lord Rama, Maryada Parshotam at the time of Ashavmegh Yagh. Lov & Kush spent their childhood alongwith their mother Mata Sita at the Ashram of Maharishi Balmiki at Ram Tirath King Ishvaku Grandson of Surya Devta performed a number of Yagyas on this land.

Ram Tirath Mandir

Located 12 Km west of Amritsar on Chogawan road, dates back to the period of Ramayana, Rishi Valmiki’s hermitage. The place has an ancient tank and many temples. A hut marks the site where Mata Sita gave birth to Luv & Kush and also, still extant are Rishi Valmiki’s hut and the well with stairs where Mata Sita used to take her bath. The Bedis of Punjab (Guru Nanak Dev, the founder Prophet of Sikhism was a Bedi) trace their descent from Kush and Sodhis (the 10th Prophet of Sikhism, Guru Gobind Singh was a Sodhi) from Luv. A four day fair, since times immemorial is held here starting on the full moon night in November.

Mall of Amritsar

50 mtrs
Adjacent to Hyatt Regency Amritsar is Mall of Amritsar, home to some of the leading national, international and regional brands. It offers a five-screen cinema, hypermarket and one of Asia’s largest food courts.