Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Chennai is perfectly situated to give you easy access to exciting local attractions, a wide variety of shops, outstanding restaurants, cultural sites, and family-friendly activities.

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Hyatt Regency Chennai

365, Anna Salai, Teynampet
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India,

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Hotel Activities

Art Tour

Hyatt Regency Chennai houses bespoke art by more than 55 artists creating one of the largest collections of publicly displayed art in the country.

Arts + Culture

Kalakshetra (Place of arts)

The internationally renowned Kalakshetra is a cultural academy at the forefront of the preservation of traditional Indian art forms, especially the graceful Bharatanatyam dance and Gandharvaveda music.

Cholamandal Artists' Village

Chennai has become a vital hub in the evolution of traditional and modern art. Lalit Kala Academy and the Cholamandal Artists' Village are at the forefront of the city’s art movement. The Cholamandal Artists’ Village is home to many artists and sculptors featuring a permanent gallery showcasing their work.

Dakshinachitra

Dakshinachitra is a heritage centre located on the East Coast Road. The centre is involved in preserving and promoting the art, architecture, lifestyle, crafts, and performing arts of South India. The centre was founded by the Madras Craft Foundation.

Madras Music Festival

Chennai has a five-week long music season called the Madras Music Festival which starts every December, and celebrates the rich legacy of carnatic music. Held during the Tamil Margazhi season when the weather is delightfully pleasant, the festival renews Chennai’s passion for soulful carnatic music with performances by some of India’s most celebrated musicians.

Outdoor Activities

​Marina Beach

Marina Beach, one of the longest beaches in the world, is popular among Chennaites and tourists. The University of Madras, the Senate-House, Chepauk Palace, several statues of Tamil scholars, and impressive sculptures are located along the beach road.

​Guindy National Park

Guindy National Park is located in the southwestern corner of Chennai and covers an area of 270 hectares. It is the last surviving habitat of the Tropical Dry Evergreen forest type of the Coromandel coast. It includes beautiful forests, scrub lands, lakes, and streams.

Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram (also called 'Mamallapuram') is a town in the Kancheepuram district. Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is renowned for its rock carvings and monolithic sculptures, as well as the famous shore temple. Of the original seven pagodas, only one has survived the ravages of nature. The other six lie submerged under the sea. Mahabalipuram contains nearly forty monuments of different types including the largest "open air bas relief" in the world. Distance from the hotel: 48 kms approximately

Arignar Anna Zoological Park

The Arignar Anna Zoological Park, popularly referred to as the Vandalur Zoo, is 35 km from Chennai. The Zoo covers 1,265 acres and is one of the largest in south Asia, with a natural habitat for the animals, safari tours, a nocturnal animal house, and more.

Shopping

Tyagaraya Nagar

T.Nagar, also called Tyagaraya Nagar, is a primarily commercial area with key shopping areas, including Pondy Bazaar, Panagal Park, and Ranganathan Street. The area is a popular destination for traditional Kanjeevaram and raw silk sarees, Tanjore paintings embellished with gold, precious stones, and beautifully crafted gold and diamond jewellery.

​Khader Nawaz Khan Road

Khader Nawaz Khan Road, at times called the Golden Mile of Chennai, houses some of the swankiest stores and international brands in the city. From high-end furniture to clothing, the street is bustling with up-market retail stores.