Hotel DeVille

Hotel DeVille

Calle 50 y Beatriz M. de Cabal, Panama City 0832 Panama
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#61 of 125 hotels in Panama City
Location
4.3
Cleanliness
4.5
Service
4.2
Value
4.2
DeVille Hotel was conceived as a Beautiful Boutique Hotel, taking you back in time, all the way to the romantic era when Ferdinand de Lesseps was making the first intent in digging the Panama Canal; hence its French name, its comfortable furniture imported from former French colonies, its cozy, quiet oversized rooms, reminding you of other epochs; but also with all modern amenities and services, like Cable TV, minibars, WiFi Internet Access, coffee makers, hairdryers, safety deposit boxes and all other amenities you have come to expect in the best hotels.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Car hire
Business Center with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Concierge
Newspaper
24-hour front desk
Wifi
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
Shoeshine
Room features
Air conditioning
Desk
Safe
Seating area
Minibar
Refrigerator
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Sofa
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Quaint
Boutique
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish

Location

Calle 50 y Beatriz M. de Cabal, Panama City 0832 Panama
Getting there
Good for walkers
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TulliusTO wrote a review Apr 2006
Toronto, Canada26 contributions19 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for three nights in this hotel in March 2006. We were delighted with the service, and the spacious room (suite).
It is rated as one of the Author's choices in the Lonely Planet guide, and for good reason. There were slippers and bathrobe provided, and the bed was very comfortable. The bathroom was also huge, with an excellent shower (no bathtub). There was a safe in the walk-in closet off the bathroom. The trendy -looking restaurant (Ten) adjacent to the hotel is not worth the money. Food is mediocre and matches the service. The hotel provides a nice hot breakfast included in the price, but go somewhere else for dinner. There is a very trendy restaurant district just a short ($1 or $2) cab ride away. Staff at Hotel DeVille were very helpful, and spoke good English. You get a substantial corporate discount if you fax them a reservation request on business letterhead.
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Date of stay: March 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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CarolineLondon wrote a review Jan 2007
London5 contributions18 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked to stay at this hotel for 3 nights but extended this to a week we liked it so much. Our room was luxurious, spotlessly clean with a large comfortable bed. The staff speak good English and are very helpful and the location is brilliant – within walking distance of most of Panama City’s restaurants and nightlife. For the price this place is a bargain.
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Date of stay: December 2006
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesBusiness service (e.g., internet access)
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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crwolff wrote a review Nov 2006
San Francisco32 contributions47 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I spent a night at the Deville before our flight out of PC. We were very impressed – great rooms, beds, and just 3 blocks from the Bristol, so a good location. (we stayed at the Bristol on the same trip - also very nice but more $$$) Does not have 24 rooms service like the Bristol - but is still a very nice hotel and can be much cheaper. Would stay here again!
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Date of stay: October 2006
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TravelguruDanville wrote a review Sep 2013
San Francisco, California246 contributions180 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dear TripAdvisor Friends,
Just wanted to let you know that this hotel charges an outrageous cancellation fee. I made my reservations through Booking.com and realized within 24 hours, that my husband and I just won't be able to make this trip. I had booked for mid-November. Had it been a short notice of cancelation I can understand....but two months out, charging $115 for canceling is outrageous. There are too many other alternatives to book at a hotel that doesn't respect its' clients!

Go someplace else!
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Date of stay: September 2013Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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MookieTBuenos Aires wrote a review Mar 2013
Asuncion, Paraguay13 contributions45 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed two nites. We booked and guaranteed with our credit card a de luxe room based on the hotel rating in Trip Advisor as we do often with very good results. Not this time. On our arrival at 8 pm sunday there was nobody at the door to help us with our lugagge and we had to climb a few stairs with it. The employee at the reception told us that the hotel is overbooked and the have upgraded us to a suite. He gave us a key and offered no help with the lugagge. We went to the floor in question and lo and behold the "upgrade" was to a room that had two floors. The bed was reached via a long and steep staircase. We went downstairs again huffing and puffing carrying our luggage . He only found a regular room that may be not ready. He started blaring on a walkie talkie to find the bellboy to find out if the room was clean (not to help us with the luggage, mind you) but after a few minutes there was no response so my wife took the key, went to the room came back and confirmed that the room was clean. The room in question was nice but it had several unbearable flaws. 1 if you want to watch tv in bed you may not access the bathroom unless you swivel the tv and close the tv closet. 2. The toilet shower area was iluminated by a feeble light. 3 the A/C was so noisy you couldn't sleep, if you turned it off the room becomes a sauna.
The next day when we arrive to the room i found my Ipad that i lefted plugged to be charged, unplugged.
On our check out we wanted to voice our complains to which the manager, a lady, told us they will investigate and make the necessary changes. When i told her that i expect more than that, she become agressive with me and left. We told the remaining employees that we booked the hotel following its Trip Advisor rating, only then we were told that they have decided to give us a 50% rebate.
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Date of stay: March 2013Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Howard R wrote a review Sep 2016
Sonoma, California76 contributions101 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We came to Panama City for a few days as a stopover to Cartagena. It's a big city, but I guess most tourists stay in the Casco Viejo (old city) or in one of the big chain hotels. We opted for this hotel since it looked like a nice boutique hotel with nice features, and most reviews are good. We booked the 2 br duplex with Expedia.

The pros: quiet "French looking" boutique hotel in the midst of the financial center. Con: it's not near anything touristic, and you always need a taxi, scratch that Uber! (Only use Uber!!, the taxis are rip off artists, they tell you $18 for a $2uber ride!!!

Con: no breakfast before 7 (most trips leave by 7). Small breakfast room. Some rooms had coffee maker, others not.

Pro: big rooms, nice beds, big bathrooms, an elevator. Cons: they totally messed up our reservation! We had to call Expedia to give us separate rooms, since they reserved one room with one bed. Very little English spoken. The "kids" working the desk were confused, unhelpful and after arriving at 9:30 pm, we were negotiating for over an hour to get two rooms. If it weren't for the Expedia negotiator, we would have either had to share one bed, or be in separate floors, a far cry from the 2 br duplex we booked months ago. We know Panama City is not adept at dealing with tourists, but be prepared. Double check your bookings, and learn some Spanish!

Would we stay again? Probably not, unless doing business in the financial zone. It's just nicer to stay in the Casco Viejo for the charm that can be found there. Like going to New Orleans, and not staying in the French Quarter.

The pictures look good, but carpets in hallway are old and musty. Elevator barely fits luggage. My friend's room leaked. I had noisy people up at 5 am with tv on blasting (rude!!)
No room service, and no restaurant (even though there is a big room marked "restaurant".
And the ac's blow on the bed. I had to climb up and cover it with a towel or freeze or sweat. No bueno!!

I'm not the pickiest traveler, though I sound like one, but all I can say is be prepared for mistakes!
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Geri S wrote a review May 2017
Modesto, California72 contributions45 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I chose this boutique hotel based on other travelers' high reviews. It was extremely clean, it was quiet, and the location is good, on a side street just off Calle 50. We booked a deluxe suite, but I guess I forgot to choose "view" because we had two windows that looked onto a concrete wall a foot away, with an alleyway, that made me a little concerned for safety, though it was not an issue. It was, needless to say, very dark in the room all day, though I suppose this was why it was so quiet. The room was large, had a reasonably comfortable bed, sofa and chair, and a desk and chair, and a bathroom with a nice large shower. It was not fancy, but again, clean and quiet. The young men who worked at the desk were pleasant, when they looked up from their computer screens, and helpful when needed. The breakfast was adequate with basic fruits, rolls, porridge or cold cereal, and either sliced meat or eggs of some sort alternating daily. It was altogether a decent place, but I can't really rave about it as some other travelers have. There's not a lot of choices of places to eat nearby, unless you like the foreign versions of chains like Subway, Starbucks, KFC, or Pizza Hut. Beirut nearby was great, and there are also small markets for buying sundries, like bottled water or sodas, close by. The big Multiplaza mall is within a mile straight down the Calle 50, but don't even consider walking there, it's meant for car arrivals only.
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Date of stay: May 2017
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Alex C wrote a review Feb 2014
Nassau, New Providence Island41 contributions105 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Panama City is en par with North American prices, and can be extremely expensive if you really want to splurge: you've got the Hard Rock, the InterContinental, the Hilton - every high-end place your credit card knows and hates. The DeVille is the best kind of alternative, and a truly wonderful place to spend your money. It's the kind of place you can imagine James Bond waltzing into, with its mahogany/teak decor, beautifully stylish antique furnishings, and casino-fresh modern outfittings. There's very little bad to be said; if at all. It's style, class, and sophistication - but not at the expensive of your comparative Western fortune.

The location is unbeatable: right underneath one of the city's most recognisable landmarks (the black skyscraper, Tower Bank), opposite Balboa Bank, with an ATM at the door. Right round the corner are the World Trade Center, hospital, and New York Plaza - anywhere in the city is minutes away. The lobby is straight out of a movie, with a modern mid-range restaurant (Alkimia) embedded inside. The staff are highly professional (to a fault), almost-fluent in English, very personable, and have a concierge-style approach to everything. Taxis are easily booked, there's friendly travel advice whenever you need it, a small business office for printing etc, and very fast, reliable wifi. This is a business-centric boutique hotel that's aiming to be the classiest joint in town - and is succeeding, short of a few butlers at the door.

A special mention needs to go to Angel, the 21-year old Colombian reception manager, who was extraordinarily professional and personable to us. He's really going to go far. I watched another staff member go out of his way to help an elderly couple get minor hospital treatment with real, genuine care.

The rooms are outrageously great value - obviously immaculately clean, spacious suites with living room furniture, plasma, mini-bar/coffee machine, dressing gowns, walk-in shower, fantastic lighting, and wonderfully comfortable bedding. Staying here is like a trip to a mini Ritz, with the small, personal edge that gives you the cosy, ambient warmth you need when you're in the middle of skyscraper banking land. As Panama has the best retirement/immigration plan in the world, there appears to be a high proportion of guests that are in the senior citizen range.

You'd probably pay $500/night in the US or Europe for what the DeVille serves up at $90/night. It's beyond a traveller's budget, but if, like me, it's a last-night plunge, you just don't get this kind of thing at this price elsewhere. Likewise if you're on business, this is where you book.

The hotel shuttles are fairly pricey (more expensive than yellow street ones, e.g $35 to Tocumen), and because it's self-enclosed in the financial district, there's no window view to speak of. Those aforementioned street taxis are absolutely notorious for routinely overcharging tourists: local price is apparently $12 to/from Albrook (7km), $25 to/from Tocumen (20km), and $5 to/from the Old City. One couple we heard of was ripped for $60 from Albrook.

DeVille was a truly enjoyable and charming stay, at a very reasonable price - a steal in fact, for what it's offering. You can go with the big glamour, or have something personl and authentic that's punching yards above its weight for a much better price. If anyone i know is heading to Panama on business, it's going to be my first and only suggestion.
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Date of stay: February 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Soprisorbust wrote a review Jan 2014
Colorado4,208 contributions78 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were looking for something nice after four nights on a sailboat and chose this property. We reserved a junior suite and found it quite nice. The bed was huge after sleeping in a v-berth and the bathroom was bigger than in my house. There was a couch and sitting area and work desk. It was a lovely room for unwinding.

Only thing that I would change about the room would be to add a tub rather than the large walk in shower, which seemed inconsistent with the traditional suite theme.

The check-in was smooth and staff seemed ready to help when asked. We had them set up a taxi that went well. The breakfast was unremarkable but prompt and efficient. I just had some tea, fruit and cereal. There was also eggs and some other choices but we were in a hurry and I did not spend much time looking.

The area around the hotel was confusing to me. We made it easily to the waterfront and walked along the shore while people jogged, biked, rollerbladed and more. It was sunset and it seemed to be teaming with young adults getting in a workout. A great scene. Getting back to the hotel was a little harder, the street pattern made no sense to me and we ended up walking a lot. Could have just hailed a taxi though as they are everywhere and tap there horn to see if you are looking for a ride.

Overall, I thought the Deville had lots of character and was at a scale that I appreciated compared to the skyscrapers that are dominating the skyline these days. I would stay there again.
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Date of stay: January 2014
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Hosta_La_Vista wrote a review Feb 2012
Victoria, Canada721 contributions513 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Hotel de Ville is a boutique hotel in the banking area of Panama City.  By boutique, I mean not 'big box' like a Marriott where every little service has a cost.  Staff at HDV are very pleasant and recognize you when you return from your busy day.  We took the hotel shuttle from the airport for $30 for two.  Driver was very friendly and helpful and we saw him daily working as conciege.  We arrived at 9 pm  and were given 2 free welcome drinks at the hotels's bar/restaurant (alkimia).  The sangria is fabulous and the wine was decent.  We had to have more of course, extra drinks range from $3 beer, $4 wine, $5 for sangria.  We also enjoyed very good meal in the restaurant (pesto pasta and 4 cheese pizza).

The rooms were very large with nice furnishings, safe, large showers, and double sinks.  Ice is provided each day and there is a mini-fridge supplied with goodies (we could not find a price list nor did we purchase anything other than a small bottled water which we discovered at check-out was overpriced at $2.50).  Over-priced mini bars are one of my pet peeves.  Water from the tap is actually drinkable in Panama which makes travelling much easier.  The hotel is small in comparison to the buildings around it, meaning that the rooms other than at the front face buildings or a parking garage.  There is not much light and no ability to look out onto the streets.  At first we were disappointed that there was no sunlight but them we realized this was somewhat fortunate because the rooms were protected from the noise of the streets.  During the work week, Panama City is grid locked and very noisy (lots of activities and honking). If you need to give dircctions to get back to your hotel just tell the drivers you are near the Marriott or Royal Casino (a 4 minute walk away).  Taxis to most places in town (not the airports or  canal) are $5 each way but remember to negotiate prior to getting in the cab.  The hotel also provides free wi-fi and a business centre with 2 computers and a printer.

Included in the price of the room is a breakfast (a step up from continental) with eggs, pancakes, bacon on request and lots of fresh fruit, meats &cheeses, cereal, and delicious breads available from  7am to 10am.  Remember to leave the breakfast host with a small tip as she works very hard to keep the room presentable and supplied for the next customers.  The minimum wage in Panama is $1.50 an hour.

Next to the HDV is a luncheon restaurant called Alexi's.  They serve authentic panamanaian food for about $3 or $4.  Most panamanaians' ordered soup and a side of white rice,  then added the 2 items together.  We ordered chicken, rice, salad, beans (for over the rice) and 2 soda drinks.  Total was $10.  We arrived 11:55 with 2 other people and by 12:05 the place was packed (outside eating filled) and non- stop local workers coming and going who were ordering take- out.  They are only open for lunch.

Around the block from the HDV is a great little safe community with lots of restaurant choices.  One street down is the Royal Casino, Beirut restaurant (amazing Lebanese food- try the Taboulleh), Costa Azul (also authentic country fare) and Sushi. 

I would definitely recommend the HDV. Book early and the room prices will be lower - dont pay rack prices as the rooms are not worth it!
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Date of stay: February 2012
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Dear Hosta_La_Vista , Thank you for your generous compliments which are very much appreciated.We are really proud of our team who are working really hard to give you the best service. Hosta_La_Vista, we hope to see you soon. Sincerely, Nelly Goff General Manager
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Joan M asked a question Jan 2017
Spring Lake, New Jersey31 contributions28 helpful votes
How close is the Parque Metropolitana?? I would like to walk.
Answer from JNFII
Stamford, Connecticut2,109 contributions256 helpful votes
Approx 4.5km should take an hour to walk. No clue as to the neighborhoods you might pass through. Always be safe.
Bob M asked a question Nov 2015
Niagara, Canada21 contributions11 helpful votes
Airport transfers?
Answer from Hotel Deville P
Panama City, Panama
Thank you for choosing your DeVille Hotel for your stay in Panama. Our hotel also has a shuttle service available to our guests, for airport pick-up/drop-off. If you need it, please send us the following information so we can coordinate first the shuttle from the airport to the hotel. Airline name: Flight number: Exact flight arrival time to Panama: Departure City: Number of People: 2 Payment Option: Cost: $35.00 for 2 people from the Airport to the Hotel (Just one way). Payment Options: - You can pay in cash directly to the driver or charge to hotel bill The driver will be holding a sign with your name and the logo of the DeVille Hotel. The driver will wait for you at the information center of the airport. If you have any further question don’t hesitate to contact us. Best Regards, Front Desk Deville Hotel Panama Calle 50 y Beatriz M. de Cabal Panama City, Panama T 507-206-3100 | F 507-206-3111
DeniseCastor asked a question Sep 2018
Sao Paulo, SP544 contributions169 helpful votes
O ônibus de turismo Hop On Hop Off passa perto?
Rosibel L asked a question Sep 2016
Q estacion del metro es la más cercana
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Miami Springs, Florida2 contributions
Estacion iglesia del carmen.
Vladimir F wrote a tip Sep 2019
Ljubljana, Slovenia122 contributions71 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for the quiet room"
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Travelingman074 wrote a tip Dec 2018
Ipswich, Massachusetts191 contributions55 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Best tip is to stay elsewhere"
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LeslieInCA wrote a tip Apr 2018
Colon, Panama1 contribution2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Not at the Hotel DeVille."
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a63boomer wrote a tip May 2017
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua345 contributions43 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Junior suite is nice; for $25 more you can get a full suite."
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Hrtfixr9 wrote a tip Mar 2017
Roanoke, Virginia50 contributions15 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Pick another hotel"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel DeVille
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel DeVille?
Nearby attractions include Iglesia del Carmen (0.3 miles), Brew Stop Marbella (0.3 miles), and Nina Concept Store (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel DeVille?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel DeVille?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel DeVille?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel DeVille?
Conveniently located restaurants include Zielo Fusion Cuisine, Frank's Place, and Restaurante Salsipuedes.
Are any cleaning services offered at Hotel DeVille?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Hotel DeVille offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel DeVille?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel DeVille?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Museo del Canal Interoceánico de Panamá (2.1 miles), Capilla San Jose (3.1 miles), and Panamá Viejo (3.1 miles).
Is Hotel DeVille accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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