Area Attractions

Explore San Pedro Sula, the industrial capital of Honduras, when you stay at Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula. You will find world-class restaurants, the best after-hours clubs, upscale shopping, local markets and plenty of popular attractions to keep you entertained. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the variety of activities the city offers, from water parks to golf courses and historic Cathedrals just a few miles away. Let us help you arrange travel to and from our hotel with free airport shuttle service upon request.

Hyatt Place San Pedro Sula

10 Calle S.O. Avenida Circunvalación, Colonia Trejo.
San Pedro Sula, Honduras, 21104



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Local Attractions

Guamilito Market (for handicrafts)

It’s a souvenir, handicrafts. A small corner of San Pedro Sula where you can find a variety of handicrafts of exquisite taste in leather, wood, mud and more. In a quiet and relaxed atmosphere, you can enjoy a coffee served in a cup of clay or a refreshing copan-dry (national soda) and rest in a comfy hammock.

Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano

The Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano is a multi-purpose stadium located in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. It was completed on September 25, 1997 and inaugurated on December 5, 1997 because of the VI Central American Games, the Metropolitan Stadium is the Olympic Stadium with the highest capacity in Central America and the Caribbean, its facilities are shared with the Olympic Village Built in the same period for the realization of the Central American Games.

Agora Mall

ÁGORA offers a new concept and lifestyle for Honduran inhabitants, integrating three important elements: shopping mall, offices and hotel, being the first mixed-use real estate development that is built in San Pedro Sula. A place that by its location, design, brand exclusivity and security for visitors becomes the most distinguished commercial area of San Pedro Sula.


Universidad Tecnológica de Honduras (UTH)

The UTH is a highly prestigious and fastest growing institution in Honduras. We are interested in students and teachers having the opportunity to face the challenges in a globalized world, with a highly competitive free market economy.