The Four Points by Sheraton was the third Sheraton that I had stayed at on my trip through Latin America and, while the hotel was not as nice as the one in Quito, Ecuador, it was still a very comfortable and well-maintained lodging. The Four Points is attached to the Princess Casino and World Trade Centre, but it is nevertheless quite quiet and there are few, if any, problems caused by its location. The staff is friendly and willing to help, but hardly willing to go out of its way to ensure a great stay. Employees are courteous, but not warm or talkative, and there is a bit of a tendency to push any (paid) service possible on guests. The fitness centre is small and has a few of the basics, while the pool is primarily for cooling off when sun bathing - don't expect to do laps here! There is also a tennis court and a hot tub on the patio. Breakfast is ample and the food is quite good, with coffee refills, fresh fruit, a hot buffet and eggs to order, although the staff is a bit skittish and may remove your plate while you're mid-bite.
Unique Quality: The hotel is beautifully decorated without being conspicuously luxurious, with dark-wood doors and furniture giving the rooms a warm and comfortable feeling. The only thing that is bothersome is that the varnish is obviously not intended for a humid climate, and doors stick like hell because of Panama's very high humidity.
Directions: Not far from Multicentro, right beside the World Trade Centre.
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Address: Street 53, Marbela and Ave 5A B S, (formerly Radisson Royal), Panama City, Panama