El Oasis Hotel & Restaurant

Address: Ave. Buenos Aires, Boquete, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave. Buenos Aires, Boquete, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Metropolitan National Park, and Summit Botanical Gardens.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsEl Oasis Hotel & Restaurant Boquete

      Reviewed by katertot1978

      Very nice place with attentive staff

      Reviewed Jul 11, 2011
      by (5 reviews) Phoenix , United States Flag of United States

      Though beyond my usual price range, El Oasis was well worth it. All staff members were very attentive and kind, The owner was the most helpful, definitely wanting to be sure my stay here was excellent. Benefits to staying here comfortable and clean rooms, wifi, access to laundry facilities (50 cents to wash or dry), and breakfast is included. Breakfast was very nice. You are given a menu with several meal choices including omelette, scrambled eggs, and french toast. Juice, coffee/tea/hot chocolate, and a fresh fruit plate come with every meal, eaten in a very nice garden patio. Computers and phones (with phone card) available for use. Great place!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews El Oasis Hotel & Restaurant Boquete

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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