Holiday Inn at the Panama Canal

Address: Ave.Omar Torrijos Herrera, Clayton, Panama City, 7336, Panama | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave.Omar Torrijos Herrera, Clayton, Panama City, is near Avenida Balboa, Panama Canal Railway, San Jose Church, and Panama Divers.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn at the Panama Canal Panama City

Reviewed by jaynjill.jaunts

Decent stay

Reviewed Mar 29, 2013
by (3 reviews) Grand Coulee, Washington , United States Flag of United States

The main reason for choosing this hotel is, obviously, the proximity to the Panama Canal Visitor Center. The hotel was clean and comfortable, but had little in the way of amenities. We booked a canal view room and requested either Floor 5 or 6, but they didn't have any available at that time. Since we'd flown overnight and it was still somewhat early, we accepted a room on Floor 4. We wished we'd have waited until a higher room was available.

Overall, an acceptable place to stay for one or two nights.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn at the Panama Canal Panama City

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Travel Blogs from Panama City

I made it!

A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 08, 2014

5 comments, 1 photo

After a very easy flight, I passed through one of the most efficient and organized Customs and security checkpoints I have ever experienced. A great first impression of Panama! My wonderful driver was waiting for me and thankfully he had double checked my name, since the original sign said "Zeltier" then underneath it Pelletier. I guess we would …

Island Living

A travel blog entry by col_pilkington on Sep 17, 2014

8 photos

... the coconut division! She then woke an elderly man who was sound asleep in a hammock. He then dismounted gracefully from the hammock and went to work selecting and preparing a coconut which had been gathered earlier from the tree above with a razor sharp machete. I then paid my $1 to another lady who was in charge of collecting the money! Island living seems to be an innocent bliss which I could get used ...

Panama Canal

A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Aug 01, 2014

7 photos

... for pre-dinner drinks it
was dark and we hadn’t reached the Bridge of Americas – linking South America
and North America. So we missed the Bridge and Panama City, which was a bit of
a pity. Nevertheless, it was a great day.

After dinner we went to see a comedian (Yes, Place went too). He was
fairly average.

Tomorrow is a sea day. Looking forward to a quiet day.


Panama Canal for Jack Tars (Navy Folk)

A travel blog entry by mdobsonca on Apr 30, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... is amazing. I suppose when you do something 14,000 times a year you should be pretty good at it. I did enjoy my time back on the water, its amazing how similar things are, doesn't matter where you are in the world, the most stressful thing is throwing the heaving line when everyone is watching. Eyes get dipped when hawsers get passed over bollards, good crew members keep their part of ship tickity boo and the engine room is still noisy and as hot as hell. By the end of the trip ...

Amazing Festival in Portobelo

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Mar 23, 2014

17 photos

... a hodge podge of colors, styles, wigs, and...blackface. So in America, blackface has a very specific and negative history recalling a time when white people used blackface to portray the very worst caricatures about black people. So I have to say it was a little jarring at first to see many men, young and old, ...