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Spanish in the City - Hostel

Calle Chagres, 533A Cerro Ancon, Panama City, Panama Map Send to a friend

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Spanish in the City - Hostel

Calle Chagres, 533A Cerro Ancon

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  • Free WiFi
  • Free Internet

Important Information

Please note:
Check in from 3 pm.
Check out until 11 am.

Cancellation Policy: 72 hours.
Breakfast not included.
Only cash payment accepted on arrival.
Taxes included.

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Spanish in the City is located in the greenest and safest part of Panama.

We offer you a small guesthouse where you can feel at home and find everything you need.

If you like hiking or walking and see nature, you just need to step out of the house and walk around in the neighbourhood, you will be surprised by the old trees, variety of plants, mammals like dears, monkeys and sloths as well as toucans and other tropical birds.

Spanish in the City has 4 rooms with 12 beds in total, a living area with cable television, music and dvd player, fully equipped kitchen, computer and free Wi-Fi service.

Enjoy our garden drinking a cup of coffee or tea, which is free the whole day.

We offer Breakfast of request for an extra charge of $4.00

We will provide you some information about possible things to do, as:

-Hang out at the pool on the roof of the Veneto Casino, visit the Afro-Antillian Museum, the Miraflores locks to see huge ships go through the locks and visit the museum about the history of the canal.

-Visit the Amador Causeway that connects three islands in front of the city to the mainland.

-From the causeway, there is a lovely view of Panama City, and the Puente de las Americas. It is possible to rent a bike for about $3.50 per hour and cycle to the end of the causeway and have a meal or drink in one of the many restaurants and bars on the islands.

-In the evening you can go to calle Uruguay to have dinner and go out for a drink or a dance or stroll along the cobbled streets of Casco Viejo, the old part of the city, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2003.

-Another option is the have a stroll at the Causeway and visits a restaurant or bars.

Apart from the excursions that you can do on your own, you can also take part in one of the three organized excursions:

1) Canal Casco Viejo ($50)

2) Emberaa Indigenous Village ($125)

3) 2 nights at the San Blas islands ($150): this is a very good deal! Transportation back and forward, two nights, 6 meals and 2 tours! You will be picked up at our hostel!

Please note:

Check in from 3 pm.

Check out until 11 am.

Cancellation Policy: 72 hours.

Breakfast not included.

Only cash payment accepted on arrival.

Taxes included.

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Important Information

Please note:
Check in from 3 pm.
Check out until 11 am.

Cancellation Policy: 72 hours.
Breakfast not included.
Only cash payment accepted on arrival.
Taxes included.

Spanish in the City is located in the greenest and safest part of Panama.

We offer you a small guesthouse where you can feel at home and find everything you need.

If you like hiking or walking and see nature, you just need to step out of the house and walk around in the neighbourhood, you will be surprised by the old trees, variety of plants, mammals like dears, monkeys and sloths as well as toucans and other tropical birds.

Spanish in the City has 4 rooms with 12 beds in total, a living area with cable television, music and dvd player, fully equipped kitchen, computer and free Wi-Fi service.

Enjoy our garden drinking a cup of coffee or tea, which is free the whole day.

We offer Breakfast of request for an extra charge of $4.00

We will provide you some information about possible things to do, as:

-Hang out at the pool on the roof of the Veneto Casino, visit the Afro-Antillian Museum, the Miraflores locks to see huge ships go through the locks and visit the museum about the history of the canal.

-Visit the Amador Causeway that connects three islands in front of the city to the mainland.

-From the causeway, there is a lovely view of Panama City, and the Puente de las Americas. It is possible to rent a bike for about $3.50 per hour and cycle to the end of the causeway and have a meal or drink in one of the many restaurants and bars on the islands.

-In the evening you can go to calle Uruguay to have dinner and go out for a drink or a dance or stroll along the cobbled streets of Casco Viejo, the old part of the city, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2003.

-Another option is the have a stroll at the Causeway and visits a restaurant or bars.

Apart from the excursions that you can do on your own, you can also take part in one of the three organized excursions:

1) Canal Casco Viejo ($50)

2) Emberaa Indigenous Village ($125)

3) 2 nights at the San Blas islands ($150): this is a very good deal! Transportation back and forward, two nights, 6 meals and 2 tours! You will be picked up at our hostel!

Please note:

Check in from 3 pm.

Check out until 11 am.

Cancellation Policy: 72 hours.

Breakfast not included.

Only cash payment accepted on arrival.

Taxes included.

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  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi

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