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Some of the Best Hotels in Panama

See ships transiting to the Panama Canal. Surf, dive, and soak up the beaches. Well, these are just a few of the many things you can enjoy in Panama. Quite ostensibly, a great vacation in Panama also entails choosing a perfect hotel for you to stay. So in this article, we have listed some of the best hotels that you can choose from.

Islas Secas

Islas Secas is a private island eco-resort 20 miles off Panama’s Pacific Coast consisting of 14 islands. Here you can enjoy staying in cozy and comfortable rooms as well as bathing in the Turquoise Ocean. The hotel offers a lot of water activities such as boat trips, snorkeling and scuba diving. As a matter of fact, Islas Secas is a go-to destination for tourists who love the beach.

Villa Caprichosa

This out-of-the-world hotel lying in Isla Taboga is probably one of the most unique hotels you’ll find in Panama. It has a neo-classical accommodation with architecture and design like those homes of Gods you see on television. It has an exquisitely fashioned room at a fairly reasonable price.  There is also an on-site pool that gives you a great view of the ocean front.

Waldorf Astoria Panama

Waldorf Astoria is the first Latin-American hotel that blends luxury design and outstanding service. It has an unbeatable location at the city of Panama and will offer you well-appointed rooms with a balcony where you can watch a beautiful sunset. At the sixth floor, you can also find a swimming pool that looks more elegant when the lights are lit during the night. This is definitely a perfect hotel for a couple’s romantic getaway or for the coolest family vacation.

The American Trade Hotel

This fabulous upscale hotel in a landmark building is at the heart of the Unesco-listed Casco Viejo. It offers cozy rooms with a fusion of modern and rustic style and character.  There is a thriving restaurant, a gorgeous jazz venue, and a cool coffee shop in the area. If you’re a morning person you would love this hotel as it gives you freedom to just and grab-and-go a coffee before your daylong city tour.