Located in the heart of Casco Viejo, the cultural gem and historic district of Panama, which was established around 1673 by Spanish colonialists, the Catholic Church, and other settlers. In 1997, Casco Antiguo was declared a World Heritage Site. Today, its infrastructure has been recovered and restored into restaurants and bars, theatres, museums, churches, shops, and upscale residences.
Cozy and graciously finished, our Santa Ana Deluxe rooms have been named after the popular neighborhood in Casco Viejo, a place that was located by the wall once built to protect the city from possible pirate attacks around the 18th century.
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Intimate and refined, our San Felipe Junior Suites rooms owe their name to one of the most well-attended areas of Panama City during the 17th century. It was surrounded by churches, government buildings and the houses of Panama’s high-class society. Today, it makes up the most popular part of Casco Viejo.
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Generous and classy, our Corner Suites rooms shine with an unrivalled window space and airiness. Aside from being the only suites facing directly to Avenida Central, a very famous street in Casco Viejo, these suites offer a private foyer, a Victorian clawfoot tub and the widest balconies.
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LOLA mía is a fresh and fun gastronomic proposal in Casco Viejo. With Peruvian, Asian and Panamanian concept, full in details and lots of love for what we do, we bring a casual and intelligently suggestive atmosphere that invites us all to be ourselves.
One of La Concordia’s highlights can be found at the rooftop, a place from which Panama City will narrate its own story. Numen Gastro Lounge offers a wide variety of cocktails and fusion tapas, hookahs and live music to enchant your night out in Casco Viejo.
La Cava is a secret space destined to celebrate private and exclusive dinners, business meetings and events, including wine and spirits tasting. More than 100 labels will be carefully paired to each plate in the menu by our expert sommeliers.