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I was just at the hotel with a small group. I can’t say enough good things about this small boutique hotel located in the old colonial section of Panama, the old Panama of lore, it only has ten-rooms, and the smallest is around 380 sq...More
I must preface my review with the fact that I did not actually stay at this hotel but I did have an experience that is worth talking about. I booked my room here through another website who showed me the price in Colombian pesos as...More
La Concordia is located in Casco Viejo, an older part of Panama City that is largely restored and very tourist friendly. You can easily spend a day walking around the area. We felt safe everywhere we walked and found some great restaurants. The hotel staff...More
A nice experience in a boutique hotel. Rooms very well appointed and furnished with taste and style.
Restaurants offers some of the best local and international cuisine along with a fantastic wine selection.
Service personnel very attentive and ready to assist.
Wonderful small (10 room) hotel in tastefully renovated historic building in the Casco Antiguo of Panama-City. Rooms are spacious, squeaky clean, and lovingly appointed, with attention to detail. The ground floor restaurant Tarraco serves surprisingly good and beautifully presented food. A real treat is that...More
There is an elevator inside the hotel but to get in to the building you must go down stairs (maybe 6?). I’m not sure if there is an accessible entrance. In general, Panama doesn’t seem to be a very wheelchair friendly... More
There is an elevator inside the hotel but to get in to the building you must go down stairs (maybe 6?). I’m not sure if there is an accessible entrance. In general, Panama doesn’t seem to be a very wheelchair friendly place unfortunately. While there, I met a gentleman from Canada who used a wheelchair and he commented it was difficult to get around. I don’t want to be a negative nelly, but wanted to share that.
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"i saw seven of the ten rooms as I was with a group and all were wonderfuf"