Hyatt Regency Mumbai, Mumbai
Sahar Airport Road, Ashok Nagar, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400099
Ranked 4 amongst 2114 hotels in Mumbai
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It was really awesome for me to stay at Hyatt Regency on one of my recent official tour to Mumbai. My company provided me the accommodation here, along with my Parents. The place is really beautiful and nice. The staff was so courteous and well-behaved. Our rooms were really beautiful and spacious. It was so clean and beautiful. Exactly as one would expect from a five star hotel. Washroom was really neat and beautiful as well. The food was so delicious. I loved it and the fact that my company was paying for all my bills kept me free from all worries and I enjoyed eating here. The service of the place is really good and prompt. Their hospitality was excellent. There's so much to do here at Hyatt. Plenty of activities. But we didn't have much time for it. We had fun being here.
Mumbai is one city where I haven't got an opportunity to visit or explore much. My 4th Visit to the city was an eventful one and the experience was everlasting, though haven't been lucky enough to explore the city at length but I did plan to explore the unexplored places of Mumbai and making the best of being away from home. Last month I was invited to Mumbai by one of the leading hospitality brands in the world, Hyatt Regency as a guest to experience their hospitality. As we arrived at the International terminal of Mumbai airport, We had our chauffeur waiting at the airport and good to see the hotel was using hybrid car Toyota Prius which is environment friendly. The hotel is just 5 minutes away from the Mumbai International airport. As We were warmly welcomed at the entrance by the staff and the team of Hyatt Regency Mumbai. The Check-in process was a breeze and was given a room in the 4th floor which had a brilliant view of the pool. As I relaxed in the room, was pleasantly surprised with the new global initiative by the 'Make the most of Being Away' Decoded campaign where I was offered 3 cards to select and being a foodie, I selected the sweet tooth card and was presented a basketful of chocolates, goodies that I couldn't resist eating. They gifted me wine and cheese and fruit platter as well. We had a tour of the hotel and this is a perfect business hotel who would like to relax in little time they get from the hectic schedule. The best way to relax at Hyatt Regency Mumbai is to pamper yourself with spa treatment and I tried the Swedish spa treatment that rejuvenates your body, mind and soul. I am impressed by the Decoded and 'Make the most of Being Away' campaign that revolves around a popular guest sentiment witnessed by the brand, which is the joy experienced on breaking free from the daily routine on being away from home. Hyatt Regency Mumbai had planned a perfect Mumbai Darshan trip for us to make the most of being away from home. We had chalked down the most prominent markets in Mumbai and live the life of a local Mumbaikar and so we headed to the Dadar Flower and Vegetables Markets and the Mahim Fish Market. Mahim Fish Market showcases the life of the fishermen's who sell their catch daily in the market for their livelihood, it was nice seeing the types of fishes available there though being a vegetarian, it wasn't a great sight for me but as a traveller it was interesting to watch them. As we arrived at Dadar Flower and Vegetable market, The daily hustle bustle prevailed in the market and it was fun to see how people were engrossed in their daily routine. "Amchi Mumbai" is full of people, life and heat of course. You had street hawkers, makeshift stalls, Wandering Dabbawalas and the famous street food of Mumbai such as vadapav, bajjis, poha all available in plenty tempts you to have a bite. As we wandered through the crowd of Dadar market, We came across one of the many railway stations in Mumbai that serves as a lifeline to many. Our next pit stop was the famous Chor Bazaar which is a popular flea market in Mumbai which was initially called as Shor Bazaar, means a noisy market. This is one stop place for anything and everything. For antiques to some junk jewellery, furnitures and, if you are a lover for such items, this is the place to be. You can also see big clocks, colonial style paints and statues as well and old Bollywood posters too. Our next stop was Crawford Market at South Mumbai, which is now known as Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai, the first building to have ever been lit with electricity. The market is more than 200 years old where you get everything under the sun from wholesale fruits and vegetables to poultry, pets, jewellery etc. This place is a landmark by itself. To end the long but eventful day, We visited the Colaba Causeway which host of the oldest establishments in Mumbai and is a famous shopping paradise as well. The visit to the market was wonderful to see people full of life, so we decided to visit somewhere more serene place on my birthday. Kanheri caves is one such place is located to the north of Borivali on the western outskirts of Mumbai, Located within the forests of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, the caves are 6 km from the main gate and 7 km from Borivali Station. Kanheri caves constitute a group of rock-cut monuments that has Buddhist influence on the art and culture of India. Kanheri comes from the Sanskrit which means black mountain. Trust me, I was amazed to see more than 100 caves carved here and we managed to capture the important ones only but the architecture was impressive. Last to note, Hyatt Regency Mumbai restaurant had Mexican food festival happening and also the italian affair was exquisite with wine and fine Italian dishes and also tried the street food of Hyatt Regency which was amazing and just like the real street food.
I wanted a quick get-away from my boring home and I chose this place because of the Deal', in which you get a Grand room for 6000 bucks a day. Rooms: Rooms facing the pool are more expensive, however, the room facing the other side has good views of the hotel fountains and gardens. My room was spacious enough for 20 people to move around (No, I did not have 20 people in my room! ). The bathroom was unique. It had a staircase to the Tub and Rainshower. Service: Extremely helpful staff. My girlfriend is elevator phobic, Hyatt made sure that we were escorted to and from our room through sen sored fire exits each time. Food: First meal in this Hotel turned out to be our last meal too. Food was just alright but definitely not worth the money you pay for it. We decided to walk to the International Airport (5 mins walk) and other restaurants in the vicinity. Facilities: I spent two entire days exploring the property. The facility that caught my attention was the Spa. A mesmerizing large space that had Hot Jet Jaccuzi, Cold Tub, Sauna and a Steam room. And this was for FREE !! The disappointing things about this property though is, it had a barren Basketball plus Tennis court and really usable. The pool closes at Sunset in this hotel, as compared to 10PM in other hotels and hence the pool is crowded in the evenings. Tips: Get a room on the lower floors, facing the Hotel portico to enjoy fountain and Garden views for lower room rates.
I had an official tour to Mumbai and my company arranged for my stay at the Hyatt regency for 2 nights. It was undoubtedly a spectacular hotel. The staff was really professional and well trained and took care of all my requests. The food was amazing. They had a wonderful restaurant that had a quick service and the food was so tasty. They had a swimming pool and a gym also, though I couldn't try them out due to shortage of time. Next time I am in Mumbai, whether for an official trip or with family, I will again love to go back to this place.
We were on a Consulting trip and our Host booked this hotel, as its conveniently located and at a minimum distance from both the airport and the company. This hotel was so damn good, it will just make you forget about the rest of the world, especially when you enter their Prana Spa. They also have marvelous sports facilities and you will just feel at home at their lounge, with all the smiling people around. The Food at the Stax was just truly awesome and one of its kind. We tried seafood one day and pasta the other day. The memories are even mouth-watering, leave along the food. Also they would provide with customized services, if you have any specific requirement. We had desserts at The Bakery, it was a complete indulgence to your senses, both visual as well as gustatory! Damn Creative and Soothing! The rooms services are also worth mentioning. And The Giant Apples they keep in the room! It was more fun playing with those rather than eating. We played catch-catch with it for most of the time and lastly when we attempted to eat, it also tasted great! My advice to travellers would be to just influence your company and try this hotel. Or else, if you are really a lavish person, you may think of staying here on a personal tour, though I would not do that! I love my hefty pocket too much to shell out money for a 5-star luxury. Or I don't know if my memories and impulses would conquer my rationality the next time I visit Mumbai :)
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