Cheap yes…but just an odd, disturbing place.
Posted Dec 20, 2016
Cheap yes…but just an old, odd, out of the way, disturbing place...good for one night only if you're dead tired, blind drunk, or just appeared on America’s Most Wanted. No one spoke English and no in-room safe as site alluded to. Because you're not allowed a key, returning after-hours or bringing a guest requires scuttling past a barrage of non-English speaking browbeaters through a 3 ft-wide lobby. You can further impress your guests with a turn-of-the-century, dimly lit, subdued, dingy, no-window, 85 sq ft action pad...complete with primordial furniture & paper-thin bed cover to include, at no extra charge, long curly human hairs adhered to the sleep sheet—it may be wise to sleep in street clothes with towel wrapped over pillow case. If you have morning engagements but still want their free breakfast, cancel them or plan an hour extra as you witness Panama’s indigenous tree sloth serve you. The infant-sized free breakfast choice consist of either 3 pancakes and 1 cup coffee, scrambled eggs and 1 cup coffee, fruit and 1 cup coffee. Combining choices voids free breakfast option; if you want an extra cup of coffee add 20 minutes to your schedule. Despite worldly travelers and having 4 days reservation left we couldn't take the creep anymore and upgraded to a 5-star hotel (Expedia offered) for only $32 more, at ideal location; best decision of the trip. Spend the extra coin and stay away traveler, there’s too many fine hotels available at just a fraction of US cost; plu