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Hotels in Santiago, Panama

Name: Santiago
Region: Veraguas
Country: Panama
Population: 45 355 inh.

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Hotel Plaza
Review Score 7.1
Interamericana Santiago Veraguas, Santiago
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USD 60
Hotel La Hacienda
Review Score 7.5
Via Interamericana, Santiago de Veraguas Hotel La Hacienda, Santiago
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USD 75
Hotel Vista Lago
Review Score 7.7
Panama, Santiago
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USD 75
Hotel Galeria
Review Score 7.9
Vía interamericana Santiago, Km 232.88, Santiago
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USD 77
Hotel Gran David
Review Score 8.3
Via Interamericana, despues de Mcdonalds, Santiago
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USD 95
Hotel Mykonos
Review Score 8.7
Carretera Interamericana frente al Aeropuerto Ruben Cantu, Santiago
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USD 100

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Hotels & Apartments in Santiago City Center >>>
  • 1. Royalton Panama Spa and Beach Resort, Coclé, dist. 53.3km
  • 2. Gran Hotel Azuero, Herrera, dist. 61.8km
  • 3. Celuisma Hotel Los Guayacanes, Herrera, dist. 64.5km
  • 4. Nikki Beach Resort Playa Blanca, Coclé, dist. 70.8km
  • 5. Park Eden Bed And Breakfast, Coclé, dist. 71.9km
  • 6. Jw Marriott Panama Golf & Beach Resort, Coclé, dist. 93.3km
  • 7. Jw Marriott Panama Golf and Beach Resort, Coclé, dist. 93.3km
  • 8. Wyndham Grand Playa Blanca, Coclé, dist. 95.3km
  • 9. Riu Playa Blanca All Inclusive, Coclé, dist. 96km
  • 10. Riu Playa Blanca All Incusive, Coclé, dist. 96km
  • 11. Playa Blanca Beach Resort Spa And Residences, Coclé, dist. 96.4km
  • 12. Playa Blanca Hotel & Resort All Inclusive, Coclé, dist. 97km
  • 13. Royal Decameron Golf Beach Resort And Villas, Coclé, dist. 98.6km
  • 14. Royal Decameron Beach Resort and Casino All Inclusive, Coclé, dist. 98.6km
  • 15. Casa Guardia Panama, Coclé, dist. 99.4km
  • 16. Sheraton Bijao Resort Panama - All Inclusive, Coclé, dist. 101km
  • 17. Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort, Coclé, dist. 101.1km
  • 18. Breezes Resort & Spa Panama, Coclé, dist. 105.9km
  • 19. Sheraton Bijao Resort Panama, Coclé, dist. 105.9km
  • 20. Islas Secas Resort, Coclé, dist. 108.8km
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More about Santiago, Panama
    City name: Santiago
    Toponym name: Santiago
    ASCII name: Santiago de Veraguas
    Administrative type: seat of a first-order administrative division
    Administrative division level 3:
    Administrative division level 2:
    Administrative division level 1: Veraguas 10
    Country: Panama
    Country code: PA
    Continent code: NA
    Timezone: GMT -5 America/Panama
    Latitude: 8.1
    Longitude: -80.98333
    Post code:
    Airport IATA:
    Population: 45355 inh.

    Alternative names for Santiago, Veraguas, Panama:

    en: Santiago,

Santiago, Panama Reviews & Notes
    "Villa FerlitoOffering a sun terrace with swimming pool, a garden, solarium, massage service and tennis court, Villa Ferlito is situated 2 minutes’ drive from Flamingo Beach and from Brasilito Beach. The villas offer contemporary décor, air conditioning, fan, living area, cable TV and garden views. The kitchen is equipped with coffee maker, fridge, stove and dining area. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. Guests at these villas can found a variety of restaurants offering local food and international dishes within 200 metres. There is also a supermarket 500 metres away. Villa Ferlito is 5 minutes’ drive from Conchal Beach and 1 hour’s drive from Daniel Oduber International Airport."

    "Captain Carl will take you on a sightseeing trip across Lake Gatún (the lake that fills the Panama Canal), pointing out everything from the heavy machinery that dredges the canal and keeps it working to a good variety of the wildlife that lives in and along the lake, including capuchin monkeys, howler monkeys, rufous-naped tamarins, common basilisks, and too many birds to list here. He'll bring you to Jungleland, a houseboat lashed to a barge in the middle of the Panamanian Jungle. He'll feed you lunch, and if you're good, he'll take you to a hidden waterfall in the jungle so you can jump off into a deep pool below. How often do you get to do that? If you're Captain Carl ... a lot. If you're one of us, not very often. You can even spend the night at Jungleland. Just watch out for the crocodiles and anacondas."

    "Paseo por la provinciade chiriqui una gran experiencia que me llevo a el hotel boquete tree trek, un hermoso lugar clavado en las montañas panameñas junto al volcal"

    "We left from Seattle in February and got here in late May 2007. We literally left with our life in shambles- I'd been laid off from a crappy tech job, we put our 5-bedroom house on the market for sale as we left, packing everything into storage. Which was tough, because I had a weird infection that kept me from being able to eat for the previous month so I was really low on energy. Oh, did I mention we had filed for divorce? So we decided to go motorcycling. Either things wouldn't work and we were in the same place minus a few thousand dollars, or it worked and our lives would be a lot better. By this time we had a couple of long arguments, several mechanical failures, had met some amazing people, and were learning to live with each other 24 hours a day. We didn't have a particular destination in mind. Just to head south. We were bored of central america by the time we hit Panama. We were really tired of the heat. We didn't expect to spend any time there. But crossing the Panama Canal was an emotional moment. It was something I've always known about and it represented a very obvious accomplishment. I guess I never thought I'd be motorcycling over the canal. It seemed like such a faraway place. It was raining as we went across the bridge. Seems like it always rains in the afternoon in Panama, especially that time of year. The trip took a turn for the scary right after this. That knote is for another day."

    "There is nothing quite like it anywhere else. A man-made cut connecting two oceans that took over 30 years to build. I had the chance to sail through on a small ship. Leading up to our crossing, the ship's staff provided us with historical information about the long, arduous building process. If you find yourself planning a trip to go through the Panama Canal, study up a bit before you go. It will make it even more awe inspiring."

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