Discover Juhu Beach, Mahakali Caves, and other things to do in Andheri
Conveniently located in Andheri’s business district, Radisson Mumbai Andheri MIDC puts guests within easy reach of the area’s best things to do. Fill your downtime with exciting activities like swimming and sunning at Juhu Beach or hiking at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, all within four miles of the hotel. Grab a coffee and pastry from our on-site bakery, and then spend the day viewing the marble temple in ISKCON Juhu and exploring Buddhist monuments at Mahakali Caves.
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Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
13.36 mi / 21.49 km from the hotel
Discover an enriching collection of artifacts, paintings, and sculptures at this attraction, formerly the Prince of Wales Museum. Attend a lecture or a screening of a documentary to hear more about the collection and area history.
Gateway of India
13.67 mi / 22 km from the hotel
Built during the British colonial period to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, this arched monument boasts grand architecture that is photo-worthy.
2.51 mi / 4.04 km from the hotel
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through this four-acre Hare Krishna compound, home to a marble temple and a vegetarian buffet restaurant.
2.8 mi / 4.5 km from the hotel
Sprawling from the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology in the north to the pier at Harbamauli Temple in the south, Juhu Beach is a beautiful area for sunbathing by the Arabian Sea. Be on the lookout for Bollywood celebrities!
1.08 mi / 1.74 km from the hotel
Nineteen rock-cut monuments anchor this Buddhist monastery built between the first century BC and the sixth century AD. The structures, carved out of basalt rock, are in varying degrees of disintegration, but the attraction remains popular.
National Centre for the Performing Arts
13.61 mi / 21.91 km from the hotel
Catch a theatrical or musical performance at this multipurpose venue surrounded by lush lawns and ocean breezes.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park
3.66 mi / 5.89 km from the hotel
An important Buddhist pilgrimage site dating to the ninth century BC, this gorgeous green space spans 103 square kilometers. It’s the perfect spot for a family picnic or a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the business district.