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  • Reviews: 332

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Isla Verde: ...Get lost right in town

We stayed here in May of 2006 and paid about $45USD total per night. The little cabinas are very charming and clean, Ours had a tiny kitchenette with a small fridge, and a two burner hot plate. It also had a TV but no phone. Breakfast was not included but was available for an additional charge of about $4-5USD. There was a very small loft which I guess could be utilized by families with children. The grounds were immaculately groomed. It is less than a five minute walk to the downtown area where there are some restaurants, and several markets.
The grounds are a bit cramped, the cabinas are scattered about in a random pattern and some are quite close to each other, still it felt rather private once inside the compound and noise was not a problem. In fact, we really didnt feel as though we were in town once within Isla Verde's grounds. Parking is not within the compound area but we had no problem with our rental car, Boquete is a vary safe town. Staff was friendly.

If you arrive by bus this would be a very convenient place to stay as it is right in town.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Road Trip
  • Written February 20, 2007

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Villa Marita: An odd place to stay

Villa Marita...well you can call it an Inn...or you may call it individual cabinas...or you may call it a B&B... if you opt to pay the additional price for breakfast. It is owned and operated by a Panamanian family who live on the premises. We stayed there in a cabina for two nights in May of 2006. We paid approx $50/night W/O breakfast. The cabina was very spacious, clean and comfortable with a fair sized bath, living area & bedroom. It also had a nice verandah overlooking the valley. This place is out of town about a 5 minute drive. I would only recommend it if you have your own rental vehicle. It is in a country setting, on a plateau on the hillside behind Boquete. Direst Tv with some English channels, refrigerator in room. Free internet computer is available in the main lodge/dining room. The family owns a hydroponic greenhouse of immense proportions on the property where they grow tomatoes and other vegetables commercially. You are free to tour it if staying there and also free tomatoes if you like. What takes away from the Panamanian country side feel is the huge castle built on adjacent property. It is quite a distraction from the rural feel of the area. Some may enjoy the novelty of it, some may not. It was not a problem for us however. We found it odd but amusing.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Road Trip
  • Written January 23, 2007
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Coffee Estate Inn: Sweet owners and beautiful place

Barry and Jane go all out to make your stay very special. Fresh oranges and squeezer in your kitchen at all times. Fresh roasted coffee from their own plants. Birds, beautiful views and perfect temps.

There are 3 guest houses. Each one has a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living room and porch. There is satelite tv. the kitchen has an oven, microwave oven, fridge, french coffee press, electric orange juicer and all pots, pans and tableware.

Dinner has to be ordered and is served in your cabin complete with freshly pressed linens, fresh flowers and candles. They really out do themselves to make your stay special.

Barry and Jane go all out to make your stay very special. Fresh oranges and squeezer in your kitchen at all times. Fresh roasted coffee from their own plants. Birds, beautiful views and perfect temps.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Birdwatching
  • Written October 21, 2006
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La Montana y el Valle: Cabin overlooking the valley

We stayed in a cabin, in a clearing in the forest. We were surrounded by coffee and citrus bushes.
The cabin had a large living/dining room, well equipped kitchen, bedroom, and bath.
From our balcony we had terrific views out over the valley.
When we stayed there in 1998 it was called La Montana y el Valle now it is also called The Coffee State Inn

There is a trail made through a patch of the forest nearby. On a walk you will see many birds.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Jungle and Rain Forest, Birdwatching, Eco-Tourism
  • Written January 17, 2005
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