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Stay In The Historic District
American Trade Hotel
American Trade Hotel
The American Trade Hotel is one of the most stylish places to stay in the historic Casco Viejo neighborhood of Panama City. Besides the eye-catching lobby and rooms, the hotel has an array of amenities to keep you entertained.
Magnolia Inn is a luxury hostel and hotel located in the heart of the historic Casco Viejo district that won’t break the bank.
La Isabela Suites
La Isabela Suites
La Isabela Suites offers full-service luxury apartments in the heart of historic Casco Viejo. Each space is uniquely designed and La Isabela combines the largest suites in the city with the services of a luxury boutique hotel.
The recently restored Central Hotel is also located in and this is the oldest hotel in the city. The gorgeous finishes and small pool make it another great option in the historic district.
Stay In The City Center
The Sortis is one of the newest hotels to open in Panama City and the pool area they have created is simply beautiful. It’s right in the middle of Panama City with 360 degree views of the city skyline. The location is also superb!
The Hilton has an incredible pool area and is the only hotel on this list that overlooks Panama City’s beautiful Cinta Costera. The hotel also features a casino and several great restaurants at the hotel as well as nearby.
The W Hotel has just made its big debut in Panama City and is the first location of the brand to open in Central America. Guests and visitors at the W Panama can cool off at the 6,835-square-foot WET Deck (pool deck) with stunning views of the city center.
Eurostars offers some incredible amenities for the price. At just $70/night you get a rooftop pool and a spa that features a Turkish bath, a hot tub, and a sauna. You are also located a block away from the Iglesia del Carmen metro station.
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Casco Viejo is a unique location to stay in Panama City, Panama if you want to be steps away from the city’s best restaurants, nightlife & things to do. Casco Viejo (also called Casco Antiguo) is my favorite neighborhood in Panama City, and I recommend staying in this area if you can. Whenever I’m…