See why so many travellers make Hotel San Remo their hotel of choice when visiting Panama City. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Plaza Bolivar (0.7 mi) and Iglesia de la Merced (1.1 mi), guests of Hotel San Remo can easily experience some of Panama City's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel San Remo features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Hotel San Remo guest, you can enjoy a fitness center and an on-site restaurant that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
Panama City has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Segundo Muelle San Francisco, Makoto Panama, and Chin Chin, which are serving up some great dishes.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Casco Viejo (1.0 mi), Cinta Costera (0.4 mi), and Avenida Balboa (0.5 mi), some attractions that are a short walk from Hotel San Remo.
At Hotel San Remo, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Panama City.
Easily the worst hotel we stayed at in Panama and that's saying a lot! Nothing worked. Staff useless and unfriendly (like most Panamanians) Door security non functioning. Food terible. Loud. Dodgy area. Water issues. No stars.
I have a list of issues with this place, DON'T EVER GO THERE. Was dirty, No towels, no amenities as offered, NO city view, bathroom dirty and leaking, unhelpful staff, TV not working. NOT EVEN A HOSTEL.. I had to evacuate and go somewhere else. they did not return my money for the few hours we spent there.. Made a mess of my fisrt day in Panama City.. AREA? the worst.. not safe according to locals we asked.. Pictures showed are not the real thing you can expect.
We stayed at this hotel in July 2019. There were numerous issues: 1. The sink in the "full kitchen" didn't work and no effort was made to fix it once we pointed that out. 2. The whole room smelled like sewage. 3. There were violent and/or sexually explicit music videos playing constantly in the lobby to the point where we couldn't let our kids be in that space. 4. Only one of the 6 front desk staff we interacted with made any attempt to speak English. 5. A leak in a pipe in the ceiling of the bathroom meant that there was a layer of water of unknown origin covering the bathroom floor
I booked this hotel through Priceline which gave it 4 stars. NO WAY! This hotel has recently been renovated, so there is fresh marble everywhere. That is about all you can say for it. It is in a poor, commercial neighborhood, very seedy, where everything closed down after dark. There are no amenities, not even hot water. Many things in the room were broken (I had to change rooms on arrival because the a/c in the first one did not work), such as broken light, floor stop, and window. Very spartan, no decoration whatsoever. Only two towels, no washcloth, no bathmat (had to use one of the towels as a bathmat because the floor was so slippery it being marble). Soap, shampoo, and toilet paper are dispensed via commercial dispensers like you would find in a public restroom. The bathroom was VERY small. Door was only 2 feet wide, and that was partially blocked because of the door stop not letting the door open all the way. You literally have to turn sideways to enter the bathroom, and then shut the door if you want to use the sink. And again NO HOT WATER. It was fairly clean, but not quiet. All that marble causes sound to travel from one end of the floor to the other. Will never stay here again.…
This was my third and final stay at Hotel San Remo, as the quality has really declined over the past year. Upon arriving, as usual I requested a room with good Wifi access. The receptionist understood exactly what I asked for and assured me that there would be no issues, however she assigned me a room as far as possible from the router. I ended up having to change rooms. The next option did have decent Wifi signal but there was a tremendous noise level due to hotel remodeling efforts. After changing rooms for the third time in two days, I finally found a satisfactory option although the air conditioner was not as strong as it should be. It only lowered to the in room temperature to about 78 F/26 C. Finally, an extremely annoying oddity is that the staff indicated that they could not activate my key card for more than one day, even though I had paid for three nights. This meant occasionally waiting on a long line to reactive the key every day. There are definitely better options in Calidonia for budget lodging.…