Events & Attractions
Fitness Centre and Swimming Pool
Maintain a fitness routine while away from home at the Hyatt Regency Lucknow gym. Open 24 hours a day, the gym offers state-of-the-art cardio and strength-training equipment, along with the services of a personal trainer. End your fitness routine by relaxing in the beautiful outdoor pool or rejuvenating steam room. The outdoor pool also features a children’s pool.
- Spa & Wellness
Begin your journey to relaxation at Siddh Spa. The Siddha system is an ancient tradition that helps you attain physical, spiritual and mental well-being. Here, traditional medicine, yoga and meditation come together to form a holistic system that rejuvenates the body, mind and soul. Deriving its name from this ancient practice, Siddh Spa is inspired by the oldest traditional medicine system known to mankind. By blending products created under the guidance of Siddha practitioners, along with personalised preparations of Thavara, extracts of roots, herbs and flowers, precious metals and mineral salts, the Siddh Spa experience sets your path to complete wellness.
- Spa & Wellness
Pack 'N' Chew
Pack ‘N’ Chew in Vijay Khand will surprise you with its extensive North Indian, continental and Chinese menu, and beautiful outdoor seating areas.
The Kalika Hut
Open since 1962 in Azamgarh has now expanded to different cities of Uttar Pradesh , a family restaurant serving clay potted Indian regional Indian dishes.
Nestled in the heart of Hazratganj, Royal Café is best known for its chaat and also multi cuisine. The specialty is basket chaat.
Janeshwar Mishra Park
The park was built in memory of the late politician Janeshwar Mishra. It has been designed as a multifunctional environmental and recreational green to help restore the sensitive habitat of numerous species of birds, small animals, fishes and amphibians. The park also serves as an entertainment and recreation centre for the city.
Ambedkar Memorial Park
Ambedkar Memorial Park in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, was named in honour of Dr. B.R. Ambeddkar, a well-known Indian politician and social justice activist. It sprawls across more than 107 acres and features a 34-metre-high sandstone stupa, gardens, a museum and library, and a statue of the park's namesake.
Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden
Lucknow Zoological Garden is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, White Bengal Tiger, Asiatic Lion, Himalayan Black Bear, Indian rhinoceros, and other species of mammals, birds and reptiles.
This main shopping area is the heart of Lucknow, housing traditional Indian bazaars, restaurants, movie theatres and a library. In addition to shops that sell jewellery, handicrafts, handlooms, electronics and automobiles, Hazratganj is rich in history.
A renowned old market of the city with best eateries and shopping destinations. From gold jewellery, authentic chikankari, to regular bric-a-brac, you can shop for almost anything and everything here.
Dastarkhwan offers spectacular galawati kebabs, handi biryani, bhuna gosht, chicken lagan, ulte taw eke parathe, kheer and shahi tukda.
Begam Hazrat Mahal Park
The park was built in 1962 in memory of the Begum of Awadh, Hazrat Mahal, who revolted against the British in the 1857 uprising. The park is a popular attraction, and even more so during major Hindu festivals like Holi and Dussehra.
Chattar Manzil was the residence to the Nawabs of Awadh and their successors. The palace was constructed in the 1780s and became one of the major strongholds of the revolutionaries during the 1857 uprising.
Built for British military officers and their staff, British Residency is considered a national monument. Construction began in 1775, finishing in 1800. The Residency later became a major site of the Revolt of 1857 and the historic battle known as the Siege of Lucknow.
Known for its many new branded shops, Patrakar Puram offers garment shops, jewelry shops and toy stores. It is where Lucknow's best shakes and stand alone cafes are available.
Bara Imambara is an imambara complex in Lucknow, operating as a religious and tourist complex. It was built by Asaf-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh, in 1784, and is an important worship site for Shia Muslims. The complex is also called Asafi Imambara.
Chota Imambara is an imposing monument that took 54 years to build. Also known as the Palace of Lights, it was built by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838. He and his mother are buried here.
Chowk is a popular market in central Lucknow, located about three kilometres from Bara Imambara. It is known for its small shops selling chikan garments, ittar, ornaments and antiques.
Events & Attractions
In Lucknow—the “City of Nawabs”—there’s always something exciting to do, whether it’s marvelling at stunning Mughal architecture, strolling through ancient streets or shopping for traditional clothing. Historical attractions such as Roomi Darwaza, Chota Imambara, Bara Imambara and the British Residency are just a short drive from our hotel. Discover secret lanes brimming with handicrafts and Chikankari Indian wear, or savour the flavours of Lucknow’s famous chaats at Hazratganj Market.