: Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport
: Carretera #2
: Casi Pesca
: Salitre Beach Restaurant & Bar
: Casi Pesca Beach
: Restaurante El Faro
As one of the oldest towns in Puerto Rico, Arecibo is rich in history and culture, providing a plethora of tourist attractions. Guests of the penthouse may enjoy visiting the Cueva del Indio cavern where original taino drawings can be seen and Cueva Ventana, which offers an amazing mountain top window view of the entire city, the Arecibo Observatory-the largest single-unit radio telescope ever constructed, outlet shopping at the Outlets of Barceloneta just 20 minutes away, and direct access to the some of the best beaches Puerto Rico has to offer. Not to mention the Arecibo Lighthouse and Historical Park featuring live shows, dining, and a full size Pirate Ship replica for guests enjoyment.
For the gourmet bon vivant Arecibo is home to some of the best local eateries, including a no name stop just down the road from the penthouse serving up fresh caught seafood in every preparation, the well-known upscale restaurant 'Salitre', and many more options in downtown Arecibo for a true taste of Puerto Rican cuisine. Guests looking for personal luxury can hire the culinary talents of Chef Carlos for just $125 per dinner, or $75 per breakfast.