Area Attractions

Whether you are here for business or pleasure, everything you need to enjoy is conveniently located close to the Hyatt Place Hotel at the Pensacola International Airport. Check out the following area attractions and things to do.

Hyatt Place Pensacola Airport

161 Airport Lane
Pensacola, Florida, United States, 32504

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Local Food + Drink

Al Fresco


This new trendy addition to Pensacola’s downtown dining scene includes 4 Airstream food trucks serving treats like tacos, grilled Gouda sandwiches, BBQ and vegetarian fare. Jerry’s Cajun Café is also thrown into the mix just off to the side. The funky shared outdoor dining room is the perfect place to people-watch in historic Pensacola.

Dharma Blue

This quaint cafe is located in a historic house on the corner of Seville Park in the oldest part of the city. Their outdoor patio is a wonderful place to soak up the view. The menu features fresh healthy food including sandwiches, salads, pasta and sushi.

Five Sisters Blues Cafe


Musicians like B.B. King have played in smoky clubs on the historic streets of the Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood just a little bit to the west of historic downtown Pensacola. Today you can soak up the vibe with the best southern food in the city. The fried chicken is the best around and the classic southern comfort menu is a local favorite. They regularly host live jazz.

Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen & Tap Room


This busy place offers live music, over 200 beers on tap and awesome pizza served until 2 am. Don't miss out on their hand-cut Belgian fries which are cooked in duck fat. The crowd is young and noisy.

Activities

Pensacola Beach

Pensacola Beach is one of the most beautiful and less known white sand beaches in the world. This hidden gem offers 52 miles of snow white sand and was voted one of the best beaches on the globe by Trip Advisor.

Fort Pickens

This fort was originally built to defend Pensacola Harbor from foreign invaders. However, during the Civil War, Union troops used it to attack nearby Confederate occupied forts. The fort also enjoys notoriety for imprisoning Geronimo. Guided tours and self-guided tours are available.

Pensacola Lighthouse

Pensacola Lighthouse
 was built in 1859 and offers history exhibits, Blue Angel and Light of the Moon Tours and ghost hunts. Visitors can climb 177 steps, on a spiral staircase, to enjoy views of Pensacola Pass, three forts, the Pensacola skyline and the historic Navy Yard. A museum and gift shop are located in the restored Keepers’ Quarters.

Sam’s Fun City & Surf City

Sam’s Fun City & Surf City is Pensacola’s only amusement and water park, offering bumper boats, go-karts, a miniature gold course, laser tag, an arcade and a wide variety of amusement rides.