The Executive Hotel

Address: 52nd & Aquilino de la Guardia Street, Panama City, 081601609, Panama | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 52nd & Aquilino de la Guardia Street, Panama City, is near Avenida Balboa, San Jose Church, Panama Canal Railway, and Panama Divers.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Executive Hotel Panama City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Panama City

    LaVonna's travel blog

    A travel blog entry by lavlwilson on Jul 24, 2015

    16 photos

    ... into the canal, yet we waited a good 30 minutes and it hadn't gone in at that point. The exhibits were of interest, but the idea of the place was more intriguing than the experience.

    One of our stops was the BioMuseo. The building was very innovative (architect was Frank Gehry) and the location was beautiful. The Museo is still in its infancy and what is proposed sounds very exciting, but it was ...

    Panama City

    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on May 27, 2015

    4 comments, 37 photos

    ... to get a good spot to see the boats. We got a good spot on one of the viewing platforms and managed to see a huge ship going through the second lock, followed by another we watched from start top finish in the other lane! It was amazing and something I never thought that I would witness. Oddly, the gates for viewing opens at 9am, just in time to see the last few boats go through from the Pacific side, then there is no action until about 1:30pm when the ships start coming ...

    City lights, ancient ruins and awesome locks

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Mar 20, 2015

    34 photos

    ... resemble something you would see at the Burning Man festival. The chicken bus even felt as jam-packed as an American school bus, bringing back bad memories for Jenn, who lived at the end of the bus route and would have to squeeze half a butt cheek on the end of a seat and hover in the aisle. Once at the Gatun Locks, we could instantly see what the fuss was about. We spent the next 3 hours watching awe struck as gigantic cargo ships, tankers and grain ships squeezed through ...

    A City of Contrasts

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Feb 16, 2015

    ... that shut up shop when I was still inside.

    The walk back to my part of town took a detour as the carnival was shut. It closes between 2 and 5 so that bins can be emptied and fresh beers brought in. Seems kinda strange/a bad business model to kick everyone out like that. I'd have thought it'd be better to keep people contained than let them out into the otherwise quiet city for a few hours. This walk went past some really slummy looking ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by lynnvogt on Feb 13, 2015

    26 photos

    ... food and a funny waiter. A homeless guy wandered into the restaurant trying to sell a mirror that looked like he had stolen it somewhere! He was gently escorted out of the restaurant before he had a chance to make a sale. Not that people would be too interested in a large, oval shaped rococo framed mirror. For some reason, all the taxies are now asking for $15 to drive us from Casco back to the hotel. John had to do ...