Esplendor Panama

Address: Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle Gerardo Ortega, Panama City, 00507, Panama | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

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

Excellent

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.

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

TripAdvisor Reviews Esplendor Panama Panama City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Panama City

Panama, beaches, jungle and a canal

A travel blog entry by campbell-louw on Aug 03, 2015

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... of point breaks on shallow reef spread around the island.


ACCOMODATION: Hostel Bastimentos, $15 for a double room, nice hostel, good Wi-Fi. Behind the hostel was a palm tree and a ladder were Alya could pick many young coconuts. There were hammocks on the deck, a good kitchen, good central location, overall a nice place to be stuck in stormy weather.
LOST AND FOUND: From Bastimentos we went to the highly rated eco ...

The Inter-Oceanic Canal

A travel blog entry by benjandkori on May 20, 2015

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... trip between the oceans: a ten hour shortcut saving them several weeks. Downstairs, we watched an educational video (in 3D) before going back up to the viewing area. Each of the lock gates, now over a century old, weigh 700 tonnes. Little trains, each with its own driver, run on tracks next to the canal, doing the job of tugs. Tugs can't accompany the ships into the narrow channel in the docks so half a dozen of so trains use cables to stop the vessels hitting ...

First day of homestay

A travel blog entry by sloane.merdz on Jan 29, 2015

... is awesome. She is a great cook, very nurturing, and intelligent. On the first night, we looked at pictures on my computer and talked (in broken Spanish) about my friends and family. Her vibe is very similar to my Nonny's which is very comforting. She has a daughter, Mati, who lives in Panama City with her husband and child.

My room is small, has a twin sized bed, a desk and a ceiling fan. I like it, but I also don't spend very much time in it.
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Long exciting day!

A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Dec 18, 2014

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... the world have transited the Canal. It operates twenty-four hours a day allowing more than 14,000 vessels a year passage. The Canal utilizes a workforce of over 9,500 people. With the addition of a third set of locks, The Canal is being enlarged to accommodate the bigger ships and more traffic. The new Panama Canal Locks will be 427 meters long and 55 meters wide, the size of four football fields.

All through the Canal one ...

Panama - Panama City

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

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... 1881 and 1888 under a French company headed by de Lesseps, a man who built the Suez Canal, while the second part was completed between 1904 and 1914 by the Americans.

  • In 2014 the Panama Canal celebrated its 100th anniversary.
  • America originally wanted to build a canal in Nicaragua, not Panama. In 2013, a Chinese company announced it had struck a $40 billion deal with the Nicaraguan government for the rights to construct such a ...