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Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa

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Avenida Los Cumulos 3-G Las Nubes, Cerro Azul Panama
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#2 of 4 B&Bs / Inns in Cerro Azul
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Hostal Casa de Càmpo is an old family property located outside the mainstream tourism areas, in Las Nubes, Cerro Azul, a secluded and very silent area with nature and beautiful birds surrounding the property. Sometimes you may be our only guest! If you do not enjoy a solitary getaway, and a very small operation, this place is not for you.
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Interconnected rooms available
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Non-smoking rooms
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Avenida Los Cumulos 3-G Las Nubes, Cerro Azul Panama
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Tocumen Intl Airport11 kmSee all flights
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Sonya Meline wrote a review Feb 2020
Downieville, California3 contributions
We found this place by happy accident. We had been in Panamá for literally one hour. Directly after landing at the airport and a short bumpy ride later We were dropped off at the hotel next door to this hostel. To our dismay the hotel was completely closed down even though we had reservations. Feeling helpless and lost, and I have to admit, slightly afraid We happened upon a kind man named Alberto. He is the caretaker of this beautiful establishment. He kindly welcomed us into his beautiful home and guest quarters. There had recently been a large party at the property so many of the rooms were dirty. However he still allowed us to utilize a space on the balcony while we waited. The property features an abundance of wildlife as well as the most awesome sheep and livestock including varieties of chickens and ducks and bunnies. There was a story for every type of animal as to how it ended up there and became part of the family here at Hostel Casa de Campo. Alberto told us many stories of the history of the property and the area. He was a great verbal tour guide explaining the wonderful hikes in the area which we were fortunate to listen to his advice and see the beautiful river. We're so fortunate that we had this happy accident because spending time with Alberto at the propertywas one of the highlights of our entire Panama trip and we visited three other resorts during our stay. they were all beautiful as well however this was something special and unforgettable just because of the amazing service the beautiful location, and the great stories.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Carol wrote a review Apr 2013
Vancouver, Canada184 contributions163 helpful votes
The eating area outside by the pool is lovely and the breakfast was great. Unfortunately the house itself is rather old and tired. The rooms are quite spacious but the walls are so thin that you can hear people next door as they turn over in bed! Each room does have an ensuite although they are very basic and not overly clean. Could use a coat of paint. Having said that, there is not a great deal of choice in the area. We arrived in the evening and if we hadn't had a driver we would never have found it.
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Date of stay: December 2012
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Sally J wrote a review May 2012
Martinsburg, West Virginia379 contributions206 helpful votes
We stayed here for three nights with a birding group. The property has recently undergone a management change; the staff seems to be working hard to clean the place up; it is pretty run down. But it is quite charming; I loved it. There is a wonderful view and the rooms are large. The staff is very willing to accommodate visitors' needs. We had a very early breakfast one morning and staff could not have more accomodating.
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Date of stay: March 2012
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key_man_canada wrote a review Jun 2009
Uxbridge, Canada151 contributions39 helpful votes
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At $150US/night this is definitely not a good choice. Location is beautiful with birding opportunities. However, the property has garbage everywhere (old deck chairs, rusted bicycles, old hoses, cracked cement, leaks in roof, no staff). When we arrived the one person on the property did not even know we were coming. Spoke with manager over cellphone who informed us cook was sick, but would be back tomorrow. We were there 3 nights and never did anyone clean our room, make our bed, or change our sheets. Meals were what you would buy in local restaurant for a couple of dollars (cook left dinner for someone else to heat and serve). No choices, no menus. Pool was full of dirt on bottom and filter not even running. No one even provided (not even a printed sheet) with info about hotel/area/etc. DO NOT GO TO THIS HOTEL.
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Date of stay: May 2009
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Response from panamacasadecampo, Propietario at Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa
Responded 9 Nov 2010
Thank you for your comments. The holes in the steps are to allow the excess water to flow out of the area. In the rainy season we get over 120 inches of rain. The pool has been painted and refurbished, but the statue remains the same as it is meant to look old, but it is not broken. We remove the chairs from the grounds (which you called garbage) as they are used for the mud baths, and bring them out when needed.
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glover wrote a review Apr 2009
Washington DC, District of Columbia470 contributions153 helpful votes
We decided to stay here on the strength of the other review posted - sounded like a good birding spot convenient to Tocumen - easy way to end our long trip to Panama. Had a driver pick us up from Allbrook airport and deliver us to the lodge. On the plus side, it is definitely a good birding area. We walked all around this totally residential neighborhood and saw lots of interesting birds. We also walked some distance down the long path that is ultimately in Chagres Natl Park. (Saw a violaceous trogon there - gorgeous bird). Had a nice chat with the very nice owner at dinner. The two staff members could not have been more accommodating. So basically we enjoyed our stay. Think owner is struggling to maintain this family property while also working and spending time in the city. Work remains to be done. Property could use more upkeep/maintenance. Our room, while large and comfortable - with comfy bed and nice outside space, was oddly decorated. The spacious grounds with beautiful trees could use some more work too - if only to clear out some of the old furniture rusting in place out there. It's a shabby chic kind of place. The 40 or so year old development where the lodge is located is very quiet. Apparently it was the first of the developments in Cerro Azul. Now there are fancier ones higher up. About half of the houses in the neighborhood are vacant - either for the season or -forever. Some owners have apparently just walked away. Others are for sale. The other half of the development's houses are lovely and well maintained. While we were prepared for it to be quiet up there (and were rather looking forward to it), we were a bit spooked to realize we'd be alone at the inn on our last night - with just a single staffer (though he couldn't have been more accommodating). I'd recommend this lodging for folks looking for a peaceful day or two of birding.
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Date of stay: March 2009
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Response from panamacasadecampo, propietario at Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa
Responded 17 May 2009
Thank you for your critique and mentioning that you had a chance to view some nice birds. You are right that we are off the beaten track, and that is what most people visiting us want. I am glad that even if we have a small staff, that you felt accommodated, and I am sure you realize that we do mention in our web site that you may well be our only guest because we are not in the tourism mainstream. For your information, the old iron welded chairs by the field are there for sunbathing when clients have the mud applied during fangotherapy. Thank you for taking the time to write. Best regards to you and your wife. Ana Maria Sanchiz
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa
What are some of the property amenities at Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a spa.
What food & drink options are available at Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hostal Casa de Campo Country Inn & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.