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Local Food + Drink
With a menu that combines perfectly prepared traditional steaks with delicious local fare, Su Casa Steak House is a Manatí treat no matter what you’re in the mood for. Su Casa features live music and is great for family or a meal just for two.
Hacienda Lealtad Coffee Plantation
With roots that trace back to 1830, Hacienda Lealtad was one of the most productive plantations in the region and the inspiration for Cafe Lealtad. From crop to cup, their coffee is handcrafted for a perfect sensorial experience.
Located not far from Mar Chiquita, Costa Azul Restaurant & Lounge is a cozy and welcoming restaurant that embraces its Caribbean roots. The menu features traditional plates, meat dishes, and a variety of the local favorite mofongo relleno.
Playa Mar Chiquita
Playa Mar Chiquita is a small cove surrounded by rocky outcrops that make for a dramatic and beautiful vista. Breathtaking Caribbean views, crisp sand beneath your feet, and crashing waves provide an incredible backdrop for your day.
La Poza de las Mujeres
This beautiful beach is worth the walk. It’s the quintessential island nook that doesn’t get too overcrowded and features stunning green waters and rich sand—perfect for a quiet and private escape from it all.
Los Tubos Surfside Beach
This beach just north of our hotel is an ideal location for surfers and wave watchers alike and offers big waves for the adventurous. Its stunning wide-open views of the Caribbean can’t be beat.
La Cueva de las Golondrinas
La Cueva de las Golondrinas is one the most stunning ocean caves in Puerto Rico. The beach offers breathtaking views, and the cave is ideal for exploring the rocks and water below.
The Arecibo Observatory
The Arecibo Observatory, part of the National Science Foundation, features a massive 1,000-foot-wide radio telescope. It is a renowned observatory that has been featured in many popular films and has also contributed to many scientific breakthroughs.
Cueva Ventana is a popular tourist attraction, and for good reason. Take the guided tour along a hiking trail, which leads up through a natural cave that opens to a window-like view of the valley below. This cultural landmark is a must-see.
Cueva del Indio
Cueva del Indio, or Indian Cave, is filled with both natural and ancient beauty. It’s right on the ocean’s edge, which makes for a dramatic view. And its limestone walls are etched with Taíno Indian drawings for an awe-inspiring look into the past.
Enjoy direct access to the casino from Hyatt Place Manatí for a night full of fun. The casino features more than 300 slot machines as well as gaming tables to satisfy all types of players.