Area Attractions

Centrally located, Hyatt Regency luxury hotel is in close proximity to a number of sightseeing places in Mumbai, business hubs and entertainment centers. With a perfect blend of old world charm and new world culture, there are classical architectural delights, beaches, parks, museums, day trips, temples, shopping hubs, movie multiplexes, a very vibrant cityscape and a number of scenic and naturally abundant places to visit near Mumbai. The hotel helps organize personalized sightseeing trips complete with picnic treats to go along.

Hyatt Regency Mumbai

Sahar Airport Road
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, 400 099



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Elephanta Caves

In the middle of Mumbai Harbour, 9km northeast of the Gateway of India, are the rock-cut temples on Elephanta Island also a Unesco World Heritage site and worth crossing the waters.

National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA)

NCPA is a must visit destination for the ardent lover of performing arts in dance, theatre, and music. It is also home of the Symphony Orchestra of India, which was established by NCPA in 2006.


Palladium Luxury Mall

Palladium luxury mall in High Street Phoenix is one of best shopping centres in Mumbai and every shoppers delight. It houses some of the world's leading luxury and premium brands.

Phoenix Market City

Phoenix Market City, Kurla located in close proximity to the hotel is home to 350+ shops in the mall under various categories and is shopper’s paradise.

Infiniti Mall in Andheri West and Infinity 2 at Malad

Infiniti Mall in Andheri West and Infinity 2 at Malad West are both upmarket shopping destinations with sprawling food courts, an entertaining gaming arcade, PVR multiplex and popular lifestyle stores.

Bandra West

Walk down leisurely the lanes of Bandra Linking Road / Hill Road for the best in street shopping and luxury brands alike. You’re sure to get great bargains and discounts if well haggled. Bandra is also Mumbai’s party hub with a number of clubs, lounges and signature restaurants.


Gateway of India

Built in 1911 to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, this is a major landmark in Mumbai. This yellow basalt arch overlooking the Arabian Sea, was opened to the public in 1924 and since then it's been on every tourist itinerary and a favourite of all the city natives. It’s the perfect setting to experience Mumbai’s joie de vivre.

Prince of Wales Museum (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya)

Formerly known as The Prince of Wales Museum, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is a Mumbai landmark situated between the historic areas of Colaba and Fort. The extensive collection includes miniature paintings, decorative arts, sculptures in various media, weaponry and artifacts from Elephanta and the Indus Valley.

Jehangir Art Gallery

The Jehangir Art Gallery is Mumbai’s most famous art gallery and a tourist attraction. A mammoth institution in itself, its history is linked with the renaissance of Indian art. The complex also has the popular cafe of Samovar, and is home to Natesans, the country's oldest licensed antique dealers. Entry is free, fully air-conditioned and parking is available.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (formerly Victoria Terminus) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station in Mumbai which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railways. Situated in the Bori Bunder area of Mumbai, and built as a new railway station on the location of the Bori Bunder Station in 1887 to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria.