Coronado Golf and Beach Resort

Ave. Punta Prieta Coronado, Panama City, 0816-00571, Panama

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View of the Palacio from the eastView of the Palacio from the east

The Avenida Central side of the churchThe Avenida Central side of the church

Yacht club along the Cinta CosteraYacht club along the Cinta Costera

The Panama Canal at Miraflores LocksThe Panama Canal at Miraflores Locks

Forum Posts

Panama Restaurants Costs

by Abril

Hi! I would like to know how much it costs to have lunch and dinner in a high class restaurante in Panamá city. Thanks!!

Re: Panama Restaurants Costs

by panamama86

I would say about $30-$40 per person with drinks...could be more could be less. There's a lot of nice/upscale restaurants that aren't that pricey though.

Re: Panama Restaurants Costs

by bilgeez

What do you mean by "high class"? What type of food are you looking for? I know several places that have good food for less than $10 per person. If you want ambience, you will pay a lot more. See my travel pages for restaurant write ups in PC.

Re: Panama Restaurants Costs

by clhomme

My idea of high class is a place with a table, probably a TV in the background with a couple of older folks talking too loudly and making jokes with the owner... and ordering a plate of something which I cannot figure out....

Those have without doubt been my favorite places on the planet.... from Beijing to Guatemala!

Re: Panama Restaurants Costs

by nfoote

Spent $80 for two last night at GINZA restaurant (Japanese Teppan Yaki)on Eusebio A. Morales Ave. in Cangrejo district. This included tax and a 10% gratuity. Nice restaurant, Maitre'D wears a suit. Food cooked at the table. Staff wear traditional Japanese dress. E-mail me for answers to specific questions. On vacation here from the U.S. First visit to Panama.

Lenos and Carbon (Amador Causeway - Isla Flamenco. Nice atmosphere. On the water with yachts parked a few steps from the dinner tables. $20-30 per person.

Re: Panama Restaurants Costs

by bilgeez

Who wee! That's expensive for PC! Glad you enjoyed it! Lenos was that much pp? Must have higher prices on Amador than the malls, I don't spend that much for two at the mall L & Cs!

Travel Tips for Panamá City

The revive of Casco Viejo

by a005116

The Casco Viejo is now being restored part by part. By using soft pastel tints to paint the post colonial houses and churches they try to give the old a modern accent with a wonderfull result wich you wouldn't expect in a Latin american city!

Views from the Dock near Casco Viejo

by gdilieto

The dock on Avenida Eloy Alfaro, near Casco Viejo, provides terrific views (and to those interested chance of terrific photos) of Casco Viejo, the Panama City Bay and Punta Paitilla.

The dock is also an attraction itself with the local people at work. The photos attached will give you an insight of the place.

You can walk to the dock from Casco Viejo, following the waterfront on Av. Eloy Alfaro. Those interested should consider that that is not a nice area of the city, and be careful.

Cuban Food for the Masses

by mikey_e about El Rincon Habanero

This restaurant is a bit odd for the fact that it is highly politicized towards the left, while most Cuban restaurants outside of Cuba seem to be rabidly right-wing. The owners are fans of TeleSur and often play it or DVDs of current Cuban concerts. The décor is very much in tune with other Cuban restaurants, however, and 1950s memorabilia and nostalgia are thick on the walls. The staff here is friendly but don't bend over backwards to serve you, and the menu offers some standard Cuban fare without too much variety. The quality of the food is good, but portions aren't all that large compared to other restaurants. The ropa vieja isn't all that great here and is rather over-fried. The patacones with seafood are quite tasty as appetizers, but not really filling. Desserts are better left for other establishments.

Zip line through the Rain Forest Canopy

by mtn_bear

WOW! Flying through the rain forest canopy on a zip line. Exceptional experience! High above the ground, you are strapped onto a cable strung between the treetops. (the guys take great care of you and this is VERY safe) The next minute you are flying high above the forest floor! The line above the falls is spectacular.


by mtncorg

To visit Panama City without seeing the Canal at some point is just plain wrong. Most tourists to Panama visit by transiting the Canal on gigantic cruise ships during the Panamanian dry season - their ‘summer’ - mid-December to mid-April. Other land-based tourists can experience the 80 kilometer Canal on Saturday cruises from the Panama City side of the Canal. Partial transits are offered every Saturday while at least one Saturday per month - usually the last Saturday - complete transits are offered. We had already see the locks at Gatun, so we decided to take the partial tour which disembarks at Gamboa on the south side of Gatun Lake - remember, the Canal goes in a north-south direction and Panama, itself, runs in an east-west direction. The difference in cost is $50 - partial tour being $99. The difference in time is 4.5 hours for the partial tour and 8 hours for the complete. For more on the partial transit, see my two travelogues in these pages.

The tours, run by the Canal Bay and Tours company from Muelle/Pier 19 in Balboa. They leave from there at 0730, heading out to the Puente de las Americas and then back through both the Miraflores and Pedro Miguel Locks before moving up into the Gatun Lake and through the Culebra Cut (and the Continental Divide) to Gamboa. Here, partial transit passenger disembark, while complete transit passengers stay aboard for the passage across the lake and through the three locks at Gatun. At the end of either transit, passengers are then bussed back to the point of the tour’s origin. Food, coffee, water and soft drinks are all available aboard - beer costs $2 per can. The bilingual guide - English/Spanish - will tell you all you need to know about the Canal’s history and operation. Tip boxes for the guide and crew come out at the tour’s end.


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