Vacation Report, India: Grand Hyatt Mumbai // @HyattConcierge

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Grand Hyatt Mumbai

For our brief stay in Mumbai (Bombay), I opted to reside at the Grand Hyatt. Located near the airport it offered some appealing amenities, including a spa and multiple restaurants.

Upon arriving at the airport, I was greeted by a driver from the Grand Hyatt and promptly taken to the hotel. There, I was greeted by a personal assistant and taken to the room. Talk about service! All members of the staff that I had the pleasure of interacting with were incredibly helpful and polite.

Room

I stayed on the second floor (third floor for those of you in the US), and though no suites were available for upgrade, this room was spectacular. Certainly not disappointed!

Somewhat narrow, but packed full of features!
The left side of the room…
…And the right!
Closet and a restroom that can be sealed off from the room
Robe!
Bath salts and other wonderful things
Massive tub with extra hose!
Shower stall!
Yet more complimentary water
A second robe and some other treats…
Like a shoe-shine kit!
And two pairs of slippers!
The view from the room… with a private park below
Lighting controls on the right side of the bed, window shade controls on the other side (not pictured)
Universal power outlets!
A crunchy snack – complimentary
I feel wonderfully welcomed! 😀

Amenities

As I mentioned earlier, the Grand Hyatt houses more than one restaurant. Of these is one of the highest ranked Italian restaurants of Mumbai. Impressive!

Also at the hotel is the Oasis Spa, which I had the pleasure of experiencing. The prices are more than reasonable and I can’t recommend it enough. Do it!

Complimentary transfers are offered for those residing in suites, but as my upgrade request did not clear, I was only given a one-way transfer because of my status with Hyatt. Definitely not complaining, though, as it was the best hotel pickup experience I have had to date.

Author: Hari

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