Hotel Benidorm

Address: Ave. Peru y Calle 29, Panama City, 0816-01275, Panama | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Ave. Peru y Calle 29, Panama City, is near The Old City (Casco Viejo), Bridge of the Americas, Soberania National Park, and Monkey Island.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Benidorm Panama City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    Day 5

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Feb 05, 2015

    1 comment

    ... the terminal and the two lads decided to be like Rob Maguire and be uncultured so Gilly had a Burger King and Sheeno a Mcdonalds. Both said it was dog ****. We nipped back to the hostel where we chilled out before returning to the bus terminal for our 12 hour journey to Bocas Del Toro in Northern Panama. It was a pretty rough bus ride with all of us getting very little sleep largely thanks to the **** spanish music being blared out by the bus driver but we eventually got there in one ...

    What can I say? Wow!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 24, 2015

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... in acquiring the Canal (more about that later) adds to its appeal, especially for those of us who are Teddy Roosevelt fans. And it can’t be overstated - the Canal is considered one of the engineering wonders of the modern world. If you are curious about this marvel, read The Path Between the Seas: The Creation of the Panama Canal, 1870-1914, by David McCullough or watch the PBS special based on his book, and narrated by him, entitled A Man, A Plan, ...

    Crossing the Panama Canal

    A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Jan 14, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Lock.
    Surprisingly there were many people in vantage positions in buildings and wherever they can access to take photos of the ship in transit. Many people were waving, including the workers on the docks, who are also taking plenty of photos. One would think that they would see sights like this nearly every day.
    Once we are through the Pedro Miguel Lock, we entered the Culebra Cut, which is the narrowest part of the transit. We also passed through the Continental Divide at ...

    Panama - Panama City

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Dec 04, 2014

    58 photos

    ... arriving at the bus station some local guys sent us directly to a smaller local bus that was already ready to depart. Even if we thought we were never going to fit in the bus they somehow squeezed us in. Since Gonzalo had to sit on a tiny tip-up seat I suggested we should switch after 2 hours. Finally it wasn´t necessary because a few people got off the bus 1,5 hours later and we were invited to occupy a standard double seat. It took us 4 hours to get from Almirante to David and ...

    Island Living

    A travel blog entry by col_pilkington on Sep 17, 2014

    8 photos

    Seeking a refuge for R&R, in my last few weeks before being unleashed back into the real world, I opted for island life. First port of call was San Andres and now Diablo one of the San Blas islands. The latter has no connectivity to the outside world. No internet. No physical phone lines. The island is approximately 250 meters by 250 meters in size in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. Life is incredibly ...