Area Attractions

​Discover fun places to visit in Delhi, explore the local cuisine, immerse yourself in architectural wonders, soak in the culture, and enjoy entertainment  just minutes from this luxury hotel in Delhi.

Fascinating monuments, Flower shop, local shopping in Delhi and award winning restaurants and spa in the hotel create a complete experience on every trip.





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Hyatt Regency Delhi

Bhikaiji Cama Place, Ring Road
New Delhi, Delhi, India, 110066



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Hotel Activities

Stay Fit Classes

HY Energy Fitness programme includes a set of activities ranging from Pilates to high-energy combat classes to fun Zumba and Bollywood bhangra sessions. Classes may be booked according to your preference with morning or evening slots. The trainers at “The ARKE Studio emphasizes the use of Core Centric Training method, which serves as the best solution offered by Techno gym for those wanting to globally train these components, transferring the benefits of training in the gym into movements used in everyday life. Starting from basic yoga for beginners to intermediate and advanced sessions for the professionals; certified trainers are availalbe to assist you as per your need.

Cooking Classes with Chefs

Learn the art of cooking from Masterchefs' who rule the kitchens at Hyatt Regency Delhi. Know the secrects that make them famous.


Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat brings together a beautiful variety of Indian handicrafts and delicacies from all over the country. Entrance fee valid. Hours: 10:00am to 10:00pm daily

Khan Market

One of Delhi’s best and oldest market places, Khan Market is home to almost anything, from electronics to fine dining. Ranked 21 on the world’s most expensive shopping destinations by real estate consultants Cushman & Wakefield. Located just 15 minutes’ drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi, Khan Market offers a mix of shopping and local delicacies.

Chandni Chowk

Against the backdrop of old Delhi, Chandni Chowk is ideal for the chance to experience the old and the new. The low prices at Chandni Chowk appeal to many shoppers, who purchase silver and other products.

Janpath Market

Here you get to do the best of street shopping. You will mostly find small kiosks selling all kinds of cotton clothes and curios. The clothes are generally export-surplus garments and are sold dirt-cheap. There's lots of silver and artificial jewellery studded with semi-precious stones available here.


Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum

Indira Gandhi was India’s first female Prime Minister and her Memorial Museum is not to be missed. The museum captures the different stages of Mrs. Gandhi’s life, giving visitors a glimpse into the life behind the legend. The Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum is located 30 minutes’ drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi. Entrance fee: Free Hours: 9:30am to 5:00pm daily, except Mondays

National Museum

The National Museum is a treasure trove of antiques and historical memorabilia, and is also home to a vast library. It is located just 30 minutes’ drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi. Hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm daily, except Mondays

Nehru Memorial Museum & Library

The official resident of India’s first Prime Minister has been turned into a personal museum that captures the different stages of his life. A display of popular interest is the Gifts Gallery, which is home to some of the priceless gifts received by Nehru during his travels in India and overseas. This special museum is located just 30 minutes’ drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi.

National Science Centre

This is one of the largest science centres in Delhi, featuring excellent scientific models and artefacts, and is visited by a lot of science students every year. The National Science Centre is located 45 minutes’ drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi. Hours: 10:00am to 5:00pm daily, except Mondays


Akshardham Temple

This temple is a brilliant showcase of Indian art and culture, and was built in only five years. Akshardham Temple is a 30-minute drive from Hyatt Regency Delhi.

Lotus Temple

Lotus Temple is a Bahai place of worship that resembles a partially open lotus flower surrounded by leaves and appears as if it is floating on water; it draws people from all religions and faiths.

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid, located in Old Delhi, is the largest mosque in Asia and was built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.

Chattarpur Mandir

This temple is located in the Mehrauli area of New Delhi and the spectacular complex is an architectural gem in itself, with all the shrines built from white marble.