Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Arcos de Bella Vista in Panama City

Panama City, capital and largest city of Panama, is located on Panama's central coast, near the Pacific end of the Panama Canal. Bed and breakfast travelers will discover that Panama City combines the modern elements of a metropolis with its tall buildings, its wonderful department stores, its incredible mansions, hotels and casinos, with the old historic area known as Panama La Vieja and the colonial atmosphere of the Casco Viejo. By night Panama City is full of energy and excitement, with unlimited options, whether it is a cultural night at the theater or a night visiting restaurants, bars and clubs. Other attractions include the Metropolitan Cathedral, The Canal Museum, Bolivar Plaza, the Presidential Palace, the Panama Canal, Summit Biological Garden, Soberania National Park and the Metropolitan National Park.

"Arcos de Bella Vista" offers a very nice suite composed of a master bedroom with its king size orthopedic pillow top mattress, a en-suite bathroom and a comfortable living-room with its own P.C. with high speed Internet and a private line with fre local calls as well as WiFi for the business travelers. The living-room can accommodate three persons in three twins or a king and a twin...all with orthopedic pillow top mattresses. The suite also has its private terrace with a hammock and sitting area.

The Guesthouse is located in a residential and exclusive green area in the heart of Panama city, called BELLA VISTA, where you will find restaurants, bars, supermarkets, night clubs, a park and the famous "malecon" (waterfront promenade) all at few minutes of walking.

A very nice continental breakfast is served on the big dinning room table in a real family atmosphere where you will have a selection of local products as well as home made pastries.

Staying with Arcos de Bella Vista means hassle free holidays as innkeepers will meet you at the airport, drive you home, provide all the info and tips needed to start your exploration of this wonderful city.

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