I cannot say enough amazing things regarding the Bristol Hotel in Panama City. Located centrally in the financial district, this hotel delivered on location with an easy taxi or Uber ride to all our destinations. The rooms were gorgeously decorated, the bed incredibly comfortable, the bathroom spacious and the amenities were outstanding. The restaurant within the hotel was also very nice.
Accented by neo-classical ironwork and red tile gables, The Bristol revives the discreet elegance and intimate ambiance of a …More
Great stay. From the minute we entered, we were greeted by Rodrigo at the front desk, who spoke fluent English and Spanish. He helped get us situated, and offered us beverages in the meantime. The room was cozy and clean. The next morning, we had a good breakfast buffet style, which was included. From there we walked to the metro, about 3 blocks away. The area is safe, and there are several restaurants in the area. I recommend it to anyone staying in Panama City.
I liked this hotel. It was located in a safe area, near Avenida España, near a subway station. The room in sixth floor was quiet, but not the one in eleventh floor.
Staff was kind most of the times, with a couple of exceptions, but not a major problem.
I would stay in this hotel again.
I had a great experience during my stay at this hotel. I would say that 99.9% of the staff were very nice, courteous and helpful. My room was clean and comfortable, and I especially loved the large shower heads. Soothing cool showers after a warm balmy day of running errands! Wonderful!
We noticed a few German roaches. I reported the problem and I think it was taken care of. I actually loved everything about this hotel except for a small noise problem, especially early in the morning. Some people weren't aware of a resonant echo that occurs in the hallways. If it weren't for the noise and the few roaches we killed in our room, I would give this hotel a good big 5.
At the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, Panama City is the country's largest city and its capital. It was also the first European settlement on the Pacific coast in the Americas. A major center for banking and commerce, the city is one of the most modern and cosmopolitan in Latin America. The Casco Viejo neighborhood, a Word Heritage Site, contains most of the city’s main monuments.