Spas en Panamá

Una de las mejores vacaciones del mundo es vacacionar en un spa en un lugar tropical. Panamá ofrece resorts con spas 5 estrellas, grandiosas playas de arena blanca y aguas cristalinas. Los Spas Panameños se especializan en diferentes tratamientos y técnicas para satisfacer todos los gustos de la clientela. No hay nada mejor que consentir su cuerpo en un spa profesional después de un día de compras y caminatas alrededor de los magníficos lugares turísticos que ofrece

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Algunos de los mejores spas de Panamá son:

El Spa Flora Bella: está ubicado en la hermosa isla tropical de Bocas Del Toro. Este maravilloso spa ofrece el ambiente perfecto rodeado de hermosas playas y una brisa tropical increíble que lo hará sentir como una nueva persona. Este spa está ubicado en el Hotel Los Delfines y tiene dos cuartos de tratamientos que ofrecen los mejores servicios de spa. Los tratamientos incluyen faciales, tratamientos de cuerpo completo, masajes y muchos más que se realizan con cremas de cuerpo hechas con ingredientes naturales llenos de vitaminas para refrescar y rejuvenecer su cuerpo.

The Health Haven: está ubicado en el Resort de Valle escondido en el pequeño pero pintoresco pueblo de Boquete en la provincia de Chiriquí. Este spa ofrece aire limpio y fresco de la montaña para hacerlo sentir relajado. El Spa Health Haven ofrece técnicas modernas y del pasado como la medicina China, la natura terapia y las técnicas y métodos tradicionales.
 Spas en Panamá

El Resort Gamboa Rainforest: es un lujoso resort ubicado en el medio de la selva tropical del Canal de Panamá. Este grandioso spa ofrece métodos curativos, terapias con lodo y técnicas tradicionales.

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Of the Panama City, Panama Hotels Visit the Hotel el Panama

The Hotel el Panama is the grand dame of Panama Hotels. This Summit hotel has 330 guest rooms and a convention center with 35 meeting rooms on site. Located in downtown Panama City it is easily reachable by taxi from Tocumen International Airport. Just ask for Hotel el Panama.

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The Hotel el Panama is ideal for banquets, weddings, and business meetings. The staff is well practiced in setups and serving both small and large groups. This is where old, very well to do Panama comes for wedding receptions and business meetings. This is impressive but understated location ideal for business meetings.

The Hotel el Panama has a central location just off Panama’s “main street,” Via Espana. It is close to the Venito Hotel and Casino as well as upscale uptown shopping along Via Espana. The hotel borders on the el Cangrejo neighborhood with its trendy restaurants and coffee shops. Staying at the Hotel el Panama you will experience understated elegance in Panama’s relaxed culture.

 Of the Panama City, Panama Hotels Visit the Hotel el Panama

The hotel is currently refurbishing its lobby however this causes no inconvenience.

The Hotel el Panama has a number of restaurants. These include an elegant pool side setting featuring a mouth watering buffet with a dessert section that will send you to the workout room the next day.

This grand old hotel has excellent service at a reasonable downtown hotel price. Veteran business travelers tend to book the room for their next stay as they check out as the Hotel el Panama can get very full during the tourist season in January through April.

To book hotel reservations in Panama City or for more information regarding places to go and things to see in Panama City and throughout the country contact one of our experts today.

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El Panama Hotel | Nikki Beach to Playa Banca in Panama

October 11, 2007
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Category: Panama Hotels

 By Doreen Hemlock | South Florida Sun-Sentinel – South Florida’s Nikki Beach, known for its celebrity-studded, late-night parties at beach venues, is extending its hip brand to Central America. The company’s new hotel division said it broke ground on an $80 million project at Panama’s Pacific Coast beach known as Playa Blanca. The venture, which promoters call “the sexiest project in Panama,” is due to open its first phase in December 2008, featuring a deluxe condo-resort with 144 rooms and suites, a spa, gym and other amenities. Panama-based RG Inmobiliaria will develop the Nikki Beach Resort & Residences Playa Blanca, which will eventually encompass 500 units. Nikki Beach said it also plans a second hotel later in Panama, in the capital of Panama City. The groundbreaking comes amid a real estate boom in Panama, with some analysts calling Panama City “the next Miami.” Skyscrapers are rising fast across the capital’s skyline, including one by Donald Trump. A nation of almost 3 million people, tropical Panama has boosted business incentives in recent years, partly to offset the loss of U.S. military revenues after the U.S. handover of the Panama Canal in 1999. (more)

Besides tax breaks and a warm welcome, international investors say they also like Panama’s expanding operations at the Canal, political stability, sophisticated financial center, low crime, widespread use of English and the U.S. dollar, plus costs lower than U.S. rates.

Based in Miami Beach and owned by Jack Penrod, Nikki Beach already has grown its club-restaurant network to span Hollywood, Fla., New York City and Reno in the United States, as well as Mexico, Portugal, Spain, France, Morocco, Italy and other overseas locales.

Its months-old hotel division also plans resorts in Costa Rica, Mexico and Grenada in the Americas, Portugal and Spain in Europe and Cape Verde in Africa.

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El Panama Hotel | New Hotel in Boquete

October 13, 2007
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Category: Panama Hotels

“Ideally located only a few minutes from downtown Boquete, the Oasis Hotel has charming and relaxing accommodations.
This pleasant riverside hotel is situated next to the Caldera River, not far from the Boquete fairgrounds and offers attractive and scenic surroundings, as well as a centrally located base for your Chiriqui highlands holiday.

Eleven rooms with private baths are available, as well as conference facilities, color TV. A Continental breakfast is offered which can be enjoyed riverside in the hotel lounge.

An excellent choice for a family reunion, a relaxing holiday or for a very special occasion, the hotel is newly built by the daughter of the Menendez family who settled in this area 60 years ago. Anayansi Menendez is your Innkeeper.

Come for a visit and enjoy small town charm, picturesque views, and sometimes rainbows in the mornings. To find life as it should be, just bring your camera and a smile to the Oasis Hotel.”

We are located in Ave. Buenos Aires
Boquete, Crossing the Yellow Bridge, next to the Riverside Restaurant,
in Front of Conservas de Antaño.
Call us: 507-720-1586 507-615-3769
email us:[email protected]

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El Panama Hotel | Marketing firm to represent Panama resorts, Chicago condo-hotel

October 13, 2007
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Category: Panama Hotels

Leisure and adventure travelers get ready: Cheryl Andrews Marketing Communications will be aiming for you to visit Panama. The Coral Gables-based agency has added two resort clients there. The two properties, Gamboa Rainforest Resort at the Panama Canal and InterContinental Playa Bonita Resort & Spa, are the firm’s first accounts in Central America.

For each two-year contract, the 15-person firm said it is agency of record. About four staffers are to work each account. CAMC would not divulge contract financials.

The first Central America addition, the 340-acre Gamboa Rainforest Resort, is in the Soberania National Park. Rainforest experiences and nature encounters include a canopy aerial tram tour, zoological and botanical exhibits and a model Embera Indian village.

For those who prefer their vacations in exotic locales to remain luxurious, the resort also has a spa, three restaurants, three bars, library, sitting room, meetings facilities, oversized swimming pool, two tennis courts, marina and heliport.

Also in Panama, the InterContinental Playa is a destination resort on a private beach on the Pacific Ocean.

The property features 300 rooms, all with ocean views, three restaurants, five free-form pools and a 10,000-square-foot spa.

Plus, it’s new. CAMC said it is planning the property’s grand opening for December.

For each Panama account, the agency said its primary target markets are leisure and adventure travelers, as well as some meetings and convention work. Media targets, therefore, are North American consumer travel, travel trade and meeting trade publications.


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El Panama Hotel | Los Capitanes Hotel, El Valle

 We just spent the weekend at the Los Capitanes hotel in El Valle. What a wonderful place…

We decided to launch out of Panama City on Saturday afternoon on an impromptu excursion to the interior. We really didn’t have a plan, and our route took us to check out the beaches at Chame, Gorgona, Coronado, and Barcelo. We decided to spend the night in El Valle and catch the Sunday morning artisan’s market.

Many thanks to Charly Garcia. I called him up on the cell and asked for a recommendation for a hotel and a phone number. He recommended the Los Capitanes hotel and we called to make a reservation. Lucky for us, they had space. We pulled in just after dark and got settled in.

Like I said, we loved the place. The grounds are visually stunning. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, the landscaping is beautiful, and the staff is friendly and attentive.

If you live in Panama City, every now and then you just simply need to get away from the heat, noise, traffic, and motion. Los Capitanes is tucked up against the side of the rim of an ancient volcano in El Valle. (For more details on El Valle, please see this article written by Charly Garcia, who owns a house there and retires to El Valle on the weekends.

After we got settled into our room he headed for the restaurant for dinner. Both the owner and menu are German, and we learned that Los Capitanes is the gathering place for the German expatriate community in El Valle. Everything we ate was wonderful and the service was very good.

After dinner we took a walk to enjoy the mountain breezes and clear night skys and stars. Bring a jacket because it gets chilly at night (we went packed for the beach and were a little “lite” in the warm clothing department.)

We headed back to the hotel and found the owner Manfred with some guests in the hotel bar. We socialized for a little while, then got a bottle wine and headed for our room. We spent the rest of the evening just hanging out and talking on the patio in front of our room, drinking wine, listening to music, and talking, enjoying the evening breezes and the sound of the gurgling brook that runs next to the property.

In the morning we got up and headed to the restaurant for breakfast (which is included in the $55 per night price) and found people picking fresh oranges from the tree that grows right next to the restaurant! One guy was up in the tree, picking oranges and tossing them down to the girl on the ground with the wheelbarrow (the photo doesn’t do the scene justice…) Talk about fresh squeezed orange juice!

As expected, breakfast was perfect (and the orange juice couldn’t be beat.) We paid, packed up, said our goodbyes, and headed for the market in town to shop for “stuff.” Later we headed up to see the “El Macho” waterfall. We would have done the Canopy Tour but didn’t have the right shoes on for adventure travel (see and upcoming article on that…) Maybe next time.

If you haven’t been to El Valle, you should make a trip up there, it’s certainly worth it. And, Charly was right. Los Capitanes is a fantastic place to stay while you’re there. If you go, tell Manfred I said “hi.” and thanks.

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