Esplendor Panama

Address: Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle Gerardo Ortega, Panama City, 00507, Panama | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle Gerardo Ortega, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, Metropolitan National Park, and Summit Botanical Gardens.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEsplendor Panama Panama City

Reviewed by shawnbuckle

Good suites for a competitive price

Reviewed Dec 27, 2011
by (15 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

For about $150USD, you got a big, one-bedroom, two-bathroom suite with full amenities. The desk guy was a dud, but had little impact on our stay. I'd go here versus the Finistirre Suites 100 times out of a 100.

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Reviewed by joandmike


Reviewed Jun 14, 2011
by (19 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Fantastic view from our suite on 38th floor. Lovely suites. Good breakfast. Nice pool area. Staff were very nice apart from the room service staff who seemed less interested. Other guests turned up their noses at our backpacks and travel attire, however the reception staff were charming.

Thoroughly recommend this hotel, it was in the financial district and everything was very accessible by cheap taxi rides.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Esplendor Panama Panama City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Panama City

Celebrating one year on the road in Panama City

A travel blog entry by goodner on May 31, 2015

105 photos

... even sit on. Live and learn.

Sam Jackson had elected to have his "Kids' Day" in Panama City, and he actually spent more time than usual planning for it. The first item on this agenda was a family game of basketball in our apartment building's sport court. Unfortunately, it started pouring down rain as soon as we set foot outside. The kids decided to jump in the pool instead, while Mommy and Daddy worked out in the gym. They played a couple of hours if Minecraft ...

N17Z's cruise through the Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by bethb14 on Apr 15, 2015

20 photos

... most incredible sunrises of the whole trip. Today we would see the sun rise over the Pacific Ocean and set over the Atlantic Ocean. Instead of using the ship name, ships entering the canal are assigned a call signal that is used by the lock operators. Our call signal was N17Z. This meant we were heading north, we were the 17th ship to enter that day, and we were a passenger ship. The Panama Canal is a 48 mile shipping canal that connects the Atlantic Ocean ...

Vegas to Panama City Panama to Guayaquil, Ecuador

A travel blog entry by johnsviewpoint on Mar 23, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... to Ecuador coming in to Guayaquil I was surprised at the amount of flood plain at,and downriver from, the city ... Guayaquil is +/- 80 miles up river, and Equator's busiest port ( yes Amy, I looked it up) ... for many miles the landing approach was over the Rio Daule ... the delta is long and wide for mile after mile in all directions ... lots and lots of water ... the attached pics are courtesy of Delia ( proper credits a requirement for future sharing! ...

What can I say? Wow!

A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Jan 24, 2015

2 comments, 35 photos

... down the barrel of a huge cannon aimed at tiny, little Columbia. Years later, Teddy apparently said, yes, I took the Canal and left Congress to debate what had been done, not whether to do it. Now isn’t that what a leader is supposed to do? Damn the consequences and full speed ahead. As I said earlier, the U.S. has not exactly been a friend to Latin America and fermenting a phony revolution in Panama certainly didn’t endear the U.S. to anyone. ...

Through the Panama Canal!

A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Nov 15, 2014

7 photos

The whole reason for the cruise was to transit the awesome Panama Canal north from the Pacific and Panama City to the Caribbean. It opened 100 years ago and is still operating as originally conceived and built, an astounding achievement and testament to the skill of the engineers and their pioneering technology. Between the abortive French efforts to build the canal and the finally successfully completed American enterprise, around 25,000 people died mainly from the not ...