The Canal House
Canal House is elegant, tropical and relaxed, with just the right amount of sophistication. Guests have described the hotel as an upscale bed and breakfast, a city villa and a luxury guesthouse, and really, all of those labels fit. The house was built around 1893 by one of Panama’s founding fathers, Federico Boyd. The house is nearly five thousand square feet, with three bedrooms, a library and a large living-dining room. The hotel is located in Casco Viejo, a UNESCO designated world heritage site, adjacent to the newly restored Panama Canal Museum and steps from the city’s best restaurants, cafes and cultural institutions.
An over-sized suite, ideal for business travelers who need room to spread out, or honeymooners who want a little extra space. The suite features a California king size bed in the great room, flat screen TV, and table for private dining overlooking Avenida A. On the mezzanine, there is a separate living-working loft with a daybed that can be configured for two more guests. There is a desk with a flat screen TV and wireless internet to stay connected, a walk-in closet and an enormous wrap-around balcony. Miraflores Suite can accommodate up to four guests. 792 square feet (73 square meters).
Gatun is a two-room suite. The bedroom has a king bed, a flat screen TV, and wireless internet. A separate living-working loft has a daybed which can be configured to sleep up to two additional guests. The Gatun Suite is ideal for friends traveling together or parents traveling with a child, and can even be arranged to accommodate two couples. 517 square feet (48 square meters).
Pedro Miguel is an intimate and cozy room with a queen bed, wireless high speed internet access, a plasma television and an iPod docking station. Located on the same level as Miraflores Suite. This room sleeps up to two people. 192 square feet (17 square meters).