Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel

Address: Calle D, El Cangrejo, Panama City, Panama | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Calle D, El Cangrejo, Panama City, is near Miraflores Locks Visitor Center, Avenida Balboa, San Jose Church, and Panama Divers.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Suites Ambassador Apart Hotel Panama City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Panama City

Panama

A travel blog entry by adamclairewebs on Oct 15, 2014

2 comments, 21 photos

Panama City was our first destination (excluding a brief stop in Fort Lauderdale) and the main attraction was to see the Panama Canal. You'd think given this is probably one of the main draws to the city, it would be easy to find...... With 20 words of Spanish between us and after our eighth loop of the bus station, we were about to give up until someone took pity on us and pretty much shoved us onto the correct bus! The canal was quite a sight though ...

Panama City

A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Sep 23, 2014

29 photos

... a lovely ginger overtone. The sauce didn't seem to add or detract from the taste at all, so I was struggling to see what purpose it served. Still, not bad.

Next up was shredded beef served in what appeared to be a cup of deep fried plantain. This was a lot tastier and more interesting. The beef had been cooked with diced carrot and tomato, and again wasn't bad.

A slice of frittata followed which tasted like, well, frittata. The potato was well cooked, as was the ...

A Wild Ride and an Unforgettable Day

A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 14, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... no matter what condition), some mud, an animal to chase, a stick, or in the absence of all that a playmate to wrestle with. The children were speaking Spanish to each other because they learn it at school, but the families speak Emberá otherwise.

While our clothes continued drying, one of the women began preparing our meal of fried tilapia and fried plantains (called patacones here), which was served to us in green banana leaves. Other fish that they catch in ...

Bells, whistles, tugs, tows, locks and docks

A travel blog entry by rpelletier2014 on Aug 14, 2014

30 photos

... on air because it was so high above us. If I had any lingering doubts about how the locks work, they were immediately dispersed.

But our adventure was not done yet! We kept guiding the barge out into the bay and the Pacific Ocean. Not long after passing through the locks, a ferry came and picked up all the Panama Canal linesmen who had been on the barge. They transferred from barge to ferry in open waters while moving. As we headed further out, I had ...

1: Panama city

A travel blog entry by adayintheworld on Jul 09, 2014

10 photos

... has been open for 100 years and they are building a new bigger canal. Essentially it was just a big lock, but at least I can say I've seen it and the museum was rather interesting. Later in the afternoon I befriended a Swiss boy and we went to the big shopping centre, ate a cultural Subway and played air hockey. Then in the evening a group of 6 of us went to a lively Arabic restaurant equipped with belly dancers. I think I'm finding my Central American ...