Country Inn And Suites Panama City

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ave Miguel Brostelle, Blvd Dorado, Panama City, 8001, Panama
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Very Good
37%
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Average
10%
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Poor
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13

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Costs 59% less but rated 17% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families67
  • Couples73
  • Solo66
  • Business77

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Int't airport and domestic airport??

by tottefins72

Hello. Need a little help. Going to Panama over Thanxgiving this year. We're going to Bocas del Toro. Anyways, we have our flight into the Tocumen int'l airport, but have to go to the domestic airport to fly to Bocas the following day after we arrive. Can anyone help me to figure out the best way to get there, and lodging for 1 nite? I've searched around, but I can never find hotel sites to tell me how far they are from the domestic airport. We're flying in late on a Tuesday nite, then flying out the next morning very early, so we'd like to get to a hotel that nite that is close to the airport.

I appreciate any insite. Thanks!!

RE: Int't airport and domestic airport??

by wapanda10

Panama is small the major hotels are between 10 and 20 minutes from the Domestic airport, the more closer hotels are Albrook Inn 4 or 5 minutes distance and Country Inn Dorado 8 min. approx.

Good lucks



RE: RE: Int't airport and domestic airport??

by alfredop

That is correct and the distance between both airports is around 20 minutes without traffic through the toll road. If you don't want to pay the toll then you may take the open highway but it will take around 35 minutes.

If you commute in rush hours (early morning, lunch time or between 530 or 730 pm) that can take up to 1 hour.

Good Luck!

RE: Int't airport and domestic airport??

by panamax1947

Dear pal: Tocumen International Airport is about 30 miles east from Panama city. Do not attempt to take the bus outside of the airport terminal. Take a cab which should cost you $25.00. The expressway Corredor Sur will take you to the city in about 15 minutes. There is no direct shuttle to Marcos A. Gelabert domestic airport. One of the nearest hotels is Country Inn & Suites Panama Canal and costs $88.00 dollars for one night. It is very quite and you have an incredible look to the pacific entrance to the Panama Canal. You can make an arragement at the hotel to be picked up at your convenience next day. If you wish, I can make proper arrangements to pick you up by a reliable and confident person. I wish you a nice and satisfying stay in Panama! Please feel free to ask any other question.
Yours,
panamax1947

Travel Tips for Panamá City

Other Panamanian Traditional Dress

by bilgeez

Besides polleras Panamanians have other traditional garb they wear for fiestas, or other special occasions, sometimes every day. It's not unusual to see men, especially, wearing guayabara shirts to work. They are cool, and dressy at the same time. They usually are light solid pastel colored or white, with plaits and embroidered strips on the front and back of the shirt. Very handsome looking, but a pain to iron, believe me! They also have a similar shirt that has thin blue and white stripes, multicolored buttons and a placate front with a skirted waist. These shirts are typically worn by folklorico dancers and by men on their wedding day. Men may also wear a purse or pouch with a long cord over the shoulder, cross-chest. Many men in Panama wear the sombrero montuno, it is a brimmed hat made of grass fiber that is woven in a pattern. Some of the fibers are dyed to enhance the pattern of the hat. Panama hats are not really Panamanian, they were invented in Ecuador, but like the so-called Panama hats, the finer the weave and lighter the color, the more costly the hat. Montunos cost anywhere from $10-over $200 depending on the quality of the fibers and the design of the weave.
In a traditional Panamanian wedding, the groom rides to pick up the bride on a horse, which they both ride to the church. The groom wears a striped shirt, as described above and a montuno with black pants and shoes. The bride wears a white camisa (blouse), printed skirt, and sandals. The groom carries an umbrella to hold over the bride to protect her from the sun or rain (depending on the time of year).
Camposinos (farmers) generally wear light-colored cloth clothes with fringes and the montuno. They also carry a pouch or purse with a cord over-the-shoulder and cross-chest. Sometimes they wear headbands as well.
One sees men wear traditional clothing more than women. The native, Kuna Yala, Ngobe Bugle women usually wear traditional clothes more than the Latinas.

PANAMA CANAL RAILROAD

by mtncorg

Just west of the Albrook Airport, you can find the southern terminus for the Panama Canal Railroad. This railroad runs from here across the Isthmus to Colon and offers passenger service with one 0715 daily departure. The railway was originally completed in 1855 and was the World’s first transcontinental railway. Return time from Colon is 1715.

Peruvian Restaurant in Panama

by sfphototraveller about Machu Picchu

I had the Antichucos=spelling, very tender and tasty and seafood dish and a Pisco sour drink- a peruvian drink mixed with booze and egg whites.

I ate at the 2 different Machu Picchu restaurant in Costa rica and they both had excellent food and service. Lots of local office workers go here for there lunch break.

I dont know if this one is owned by same person.
The food is Peruvian and is good.

Parque Natural Metropolitano

by ianerin

The main city park is hard to get to without a car (actually near impossible) but it is well worth the visit. Located on a hill overlooking the city center, the park has an extensive network of hiking trails that lead you through pristine woods. If you look carefully you may be able to catch sight of a sloth, and you will definately see a lot of colorful birds.

From the top of the hill, you can look out over the city, the harbour, the entrance to the canal and the countryside north of the city.

The Coastway

by ivan_valeron

An avenue along the coast of Panama city; quite romantic place for pairs and also if you want to do some jogging or just take a long walk. At the end of the coastway you can find some nice restaurants and hotels. The Coastway is also called Calzada Amador.

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 Country Inn And Suites Panama City

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Address: Ave Miguel Brostelle, Blvd Dorado, Panama City, 8001, Panama