Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
5.0 Room cleanliness
5.0 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
5.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Hôtel de charme pour amoureuxPosted Feb 20, 2013
Hôtel hors du temps,raffiné , surprenant de classe.idealement situé dans gasco viejo.
for Everyoneby Patrice from Boston, MA, USA
This is the place! small and charmingPosted Feb 12, 2013
Pros: great location.Fabulous friendly staff. completely modernized but still with old charm
Cons: might have been nice to have some kind of outside space like a rooftop terrace or small balcony or garden
Location: one building off the main square. Can't be more central and historic
Fabulous Small Boutique /Bed and Breakfast in the best old city location possible. Easy and Totally safe walk to everything. Very interesting neighborhood.great local restaurants and museums. easy access to taxis etc if you want to go downtown or other places. The Staff and Owner greats you personally and our concierge , Ivana, even walked us to a great local restaurant the first night. We went to Mardi Gras, a sports bar to watch the superbowl and lots of museums and shops. Breakfasts were lovely and we met other very pleasant travelers at the hotel and were able to go out to dinner etc with them. Can't recommend highly enough. One thing to be aware of is the large number of stairs and no elevator. Our room was 3 flights up and no elevator. But the food in Panama is so good we needed the exercise.
by A verified traveler
Avoid Pedro Miguel room if you want to sleepPosted Feb 12, 2013
Cons: The cramped room size. Do not be seduced by photos and reviews of people who have stayed in the other rooms. The Pedro Miguel room is not luxurious.
There are only three rooms at this lovely boutique hotel - and the third is dreadful. The Pedro Miguel room is a tiny box with windows that are open directly over a noisy party town. Only book this hotel if you are getting one of the other two rooms. It is a lovely building and very expensive, especially if you can't sleep between the noise of the neighbours and the air conditioning unit (the roof in the Pedro Miguel room is too low for a fan). Also, charging $3 for each bottle of water when you are paying hundreds of dollars to stay in the hotel is a bit much.