Volcán's biggest hotel, the Dos Ríos is an original two-story wooden building fronted by a newer cabinlike lobby. The L-shaped structure encloses a lush yard with a playground and stone footbridge over a stream. Most rooms have wooden floors, a TV, armoire, desk, and chandeliers that suspend over floral-printed beds. The suites, with lime and tangerine hues, are the nicest rooms with lots of light and small balconies looking onto the gardens and Volcán Barú. The cement
casitas are cramped and dark but sleep three. A restaurant in front serves Italian cuisine; the bar next door is a bit ugly but is next to the river and has large windows with volcano views.
Road to Río Sereno, 2½ km (1½ mi) north of turnoff for Bambito, Volcán, Panama