The Santa Catalina Inn is a great little place to stay if you are traveling to Santa Catalina. The rooms are very basic, but the beds are really comfortable and the rooms are clean and have balconies. It's a quick downhill walk to town. Santa Catalina is really off the beaten path--there are no ATMs and we had no internet or cell service there, so the town itself may not appeal to everyone, but we loved being off the grid for a few days. The beach in town is nice but Playa Estero, which is probably a mile away from town, was lovely. Scuba diving at Coiba Island is amazing, and, while there was no surf during our stay, the surfing here is supposed to be world-class. Adrian, the Inn's owner, also operates a pizza place behind the hotel that had some of the best pizza we have had anywhere. We loved our time in Santa Catalina and hope to return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Santa Catalina Inn opened during the summer of 2010 only steps from the center of Santa Catalina. The hotel is conveniently located on a quiet side road, within a short walk from beaches, restaurants, the surf break and dive shops.Our hotel offers five air-conditioned, spacious and well-decorated rooms each with a ceiling fan, hot water and private balconies or patios where guests can relax and watch the sunset. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Santa Catalina Inn Panama