Nestled in the heart of the city, 25 minutes drive from the airport; the Hyatt is in the perfect location from which to visit the cultural sights of Amritsar and beyond. The Golden Temple and Jallianwala Bagh are a mere 4 kilometres away, while the Wagah border is 30.
Thai Chi located on the first floor sends diners on a journey to the Far East with a menu featuring delicious cuisine from the Chinese provinces of Sichuan and Canton as well as the shores of Thailand. Collage is open for dining all day and offers flavours from around the world, with Teppanyaki and Tempura stations, together with wood fired ovens for pizzas “Roma” style. Those with a sweet tooth will delight either in the Pastry Shop with its wide selection of homemade confectionaries and pastries or the Lounge Bar, where traditional afternoon tea is served.
Not far from the hotel is The Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib, the most important place of spiritual significance to those of the Sikh faith. Surrounded by a maze of lanes and fortified gateways it is the holiest shrine of the Sikh community and is home to the Guru Granth Sahib, the Holy Book of the Sikhs. Further away the border station of Atari and the Wagah check point offers guests the opportunity to watch the flag lowering ceremony at the border between India and Pakistan. This unique parade has a choreographed drill with aggressive posturing and sabre rattling which drawls loud cheers from spectators on both sides.
For relaxation after a days sightseeing, the pool and fitness centre await back at the hotel. For those who want to restore and rejuvenate, the Spa presents a fresh and relaxing haven. Eight beautifully appointed treatment rooms provide a unique journey; three for Ayurveda, four for Western treatments and one for Oriental therapies. It is a world of tranquility, a place to distress, detox and unwind.
The 248 elegantly appointed rooms and suites have a sleek contemporary design, together with the highest levels of comfort. Some of the Standard rooms have views over the city, while others look out over the swimming pool. The Hyatt Executive Suite on the top floor of the hotel has the added benefit of a separate living room and balcony with views over the pool. The most luxurious accommodation is the Amritsar Suite, again on the top floor, it has all the facilities of the Executive Suite but it also has a terrace with a fireplace.