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We have a range of budget places to stay in Bocas del Toro from as low as £7 per night
Based on previous Bocas del Toro accommodation searches, the average starting price is £13
Want to splurge? At the top end in Bocas del Toro, we have 4 places to stay with prices starting at £33
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bocas del Toro is £13 per night.
Isla Bastimentos Main Street, Old Bank, Bastimentos TownExcellent 91%
robinson.c Lovely rooms and property. Rooms are clean, colorful and inviting, bathrooms are large, there is a fully-stocked common kitchen if you want to buy and prepare your own food, each room has a patio with chairs and hammock, and the owner and her family are very friendly and helpful. Wonderful experience and an exceptional value. The location is a few blocks away from the main street in Bocas Town where most other hotels and hostels are, but it is only a short walk away from all the action and the owner has bikes you can borrow. My friend and I stayed for 4 nights and we would both stay here again in a heartbeat.
Camino A Playa Bluff Y P CreekGood 70%
carol_zamb We had a great experience this carnival in Bocas del Toro. Our staying in Saigoncito´s was one of the upsides of our trip. Jenny (the owner) was very welcoming and helpful with detailed information about Bocas and Panama (the room has a summery of every great activity there´s to do in Bocas and also Panama). The rooms are not very large but are clean and cozy, every detail in it is very well thought (decor, locker, etc… ). The hostel is located outside the center, 5-10 min by bike (the bike´s rental are already included in the price), so you can take peaceful and quiet rest and also experience a little better how is the life of the natives. Overall we highly recommend the staying in Saigoncitos.
Playa Ismito, Isla ColonGreat 80%
pgb1 This is a nice room in a quiet, convenient location near a beach and restaurants. The grounds, with a tower you can climb and rest in a hammock are beautiful, and the woman who checked us in was very friendly and helpful. The only thing is we had to pay $1 for towels.. not much, but it usually comes with the room, and we never found soap. Still, good experience on the whole, and there was a mother cat with kittens.
rjcosgrave "Spanish by the Sea" has two properties. One where the school is based and has lots of corners where lessons are taken. I, myself, didn't take any lessons and I guess that is why I was given a room in the other property. The people running the hostel are friendy and helpful, the rooms, kitchen areas and bathrooms are cleaned daily. I did stay in the school part for the first night and I would say that the building is older and therefore the bathroom (shared) is decidedly less comfortable than the shared bathroom in the other building. Everything is a bit older and more tired. However, I think there is a better atmosphere in the old part. Well, there is an atmosphere and there is none in the new building. It felt like a shared house rather than a hostel but one where you don't necessarily see your house mates. There also doesn't appear to be much of a social focus. Of course, I understand that it is also up to the individual to socialise but because the office is at the old part there is more activity there qnd it is there that there are posters put up about tours etc. People are more encouraged to congregate and meet. I rarely ran into people in the new building. Physically the new building is nicer, without doubt. THere are lovely balconies with hammocks, the kitchen is clean and well equipped. THere are only 4 rooms. There is a sitting and dining area. It is a really nice building. Very near the airport so the planes can feel a bit close occasionally but I didn't find the noise a problem at all. If you are with friends or in a couple it is probably perfect. If you want to meet people it isn't so easy. But maybe I should have stayed in a dormitory and maybe it was just the week I was there. Position-wise both are in good positions. About 10-15 walk from eachother but Bocas is tiny and both are 5-10 minute walk from the main square. Far enough away from what hustle and bustle there is to be able to get a quiet night's sleep but a very easy walk home after going out for the evening. Perfect positions. Overall I would stay there again. The rates were incredibly reasonable. There are not many places you get a clean and comfortable room with a clean shared bathroom (cold water) for just $18/£11 a night.
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