Do you want to visit Panama and you want to know where to stay? We offer a wide variety of hotels available in Panama; The excellent service, impeccable rooms, restaurants and entertainment are some of the things that we bet on. During this blog, you will be able to read where to stay to enjoy a week in Panama and not miss out on the beach, rest, or touring the city.
Visit Villa Palma Hotel, Panama
You will start to travel in the most comfortable way, staying at the historic Hotel Villa Palma, with all kinds of services for your delight. Located in the heart of Panama City, you can explore its beautiful streets and visit many popular restaurants and bars. The hotel also has a Rooftop Bar and an incredible restaurant with very special Panamanian dishes.
Visit Saboga Lodge, Panama
After spending two amazing days in the Casco Viejo of Panama city, you can have a chance to go rest to one of the most beautiful places that Panama can offer. Saboga Lodge. This boutique hotel is located on Saboga Island and offers an incredible scenery few meters from the sea. You can reach there by boat (Go Fast Panama) and once there you will enjoy nature. Comfortable rooms, a restaurant with typical food (Koral Café) and many activities to do during your stay there. Enjoy two days in this wonderful place.
Visit Catalina´s Hideaway, Panama
To close your visit to Panama, you cannot miss a hotel that will leave you speechless. With its immense nature, a place will make you rethink if you want to leave this city. Catalina´s Hideaway is located on a secluded and spectacular beach where you can take walks along the bay, rest in the pool or live the experience of staying in the treehouse. Here you can spend two incredible days, and we assure you that you will want to return to Panama as soon as possible.
With these three varieties of hotels for a week in Panama, you can enjoy the beach, rest, and the historical tour of a city that will never stop surprising you. Contact us to give you the best budget for these places, and I lived an unmissable week in Panama