Grand Hyatt Mumbai

Grand Hyatt Mumbai

Contemporary Moghul Gardens & Water Features 
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DETAILS

LocationMumbai, Maharashtra, India
ClientLohan Anderson
Size750 rooms

The Grand Hyatt Mumbai is a 750-room, five-star hotel near the Mumbai Airport. SWA’s site development concept reflects a contemporary interpretation of the historic Moghul garden. Water channels, cascades and reflecting pools link the site and create a garden setting for the upscale, urban hotel. Extensive rooftop gardens provide an outdoor gathering area for parties of up to 1,000 people and provide strolling space at the podium courtyard level. Other garden areas are developed for a ballroom terrace, restaurant terrace, presidential and diplomatic suites.

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