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We had a perfect stay at the hotel & a particular shout out to the front desk staff for their impeccable service!! We were allocated a room on the 4th floor with a beautiful view of Casco Viejo, Armador & the entrance to the canal....More
We stayed here twice during our 17 day trip. One overnight before heading to Bocas Del Toro and a second overnight upon returning. The hotel is beautifully maintained and clean. The staff is professional and helpful. I booked the Esquina room for both stays and...More
Had to meet at this coffee shop when joining a tour group for the day - Barefoot tour group 🤙Hidden gem ! Beautiful , hot coffee ,croissants which are freshly cooked and parfait with fresh fruit. Well worth a visit while in the Casco Antigua...More
The hotel has been updated nicely, beautiful mixture of old and new world. Unfortunately, there are certain aspects that made it fall short of being really lovely. While we requested, and received confirmation, for room with 2 beds, none were available. The gym was not...More
This redesigned, luxury boutique hotel is absolutely gorgeous. Every inch of it is tastefully and creatively done, from the original colorful tile floors to the whimsical colonial-meets-tropics furnishings to the beautiful marble bathroom, towering ceilings and dark wood floors in the rooms. The shower with...More
I admit I haven't been there in 30 years and I'm sure things have changed, but since no one else has answered in all this time I will take a shot at answering. I took a tour. It left not from PTY, but another smaller... More
I admit I haven't been there in 30 years and I'm sure things have changed, but since no one else has answered in all this time I will take a shot at answering. I took a tour. It left not from PTY, but another smaller airport in town. The plane was very late because it was raining. No way to find out how late it would be because the plane had no radio. It was a very small prop plane with benches instead of seats. Actually there were 4 seats. The pilot had one, I had one the other two were occupied by airmen from Ellsworth Airforce Base in South Dakota. They had flown down a plane for use by our country in their secret war against Noriega. The pilot fiddled with instruments a lot and when we landed the Air Force guy who had sat in the co-pilots seat told us there were no instruments. We landed on wet grass that was over 3 feet high. We then got into an open boat the majority of which was covered by patches. We saw the natives running around in jeans and tshirts but when they spotted us coming they changed in costume and later charged us to take pictures of them. There was a small pool in front of the hotel filled with lobsters. We each picked the one we wanted for lunch. It was one of the best lunches I have ever had. We were supposed to go to another of the islands but it started to rain. Most of usgot back in the broken down boat and the captain pulled out this large tarp that we all held up over our heads. We then boarded our yellow plane and flew back to the city. Some people, including the airmen stayed in the hotel so they could go diving the next day. The hotel was built in the native style and the walls did not go to the ceiling. A very strange adventure, but one I am so glad to have had.