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Casa del Horno

  • Av. B between Calle 7 and Calle 8
  • Casco Viejo


  • Gorgeous design
  • Central location


  • Loud music late night Thursday to Saturday

Updated 09/10/2012

Fodor's Review

The impressive rooms in this restored 19th-century building two blocks from the Plaza Catedral are a seamless mix of old and new. The ancient stone-and-brick walls, polished wood, and photographs of traditional Panama, intermingle with modern touches such as iPod docks and well-stocked wine fridges. All of the suites have a separate kitchen, living room, and bedroom, and most have tiny balconies overlooking the ruins across Avenida B. Two third-floor "penthouse" suites

have wooden lofts with king beds and a bedroom below, two bathrooms and a hot tub. Casa del Horno means "Oven House," since it was originally a bakery; the patio that once held the ovens is now part of the Italian restaurant, L'Ostería. It's a short walk from the Casco Viejo's attractions, but too close to a roof-top bar, which is a noise problem for the rooms in back on weekend nights.

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Hotel Information


Av. B between Calle 7 and Calle 8, Panama City, Panama



Hotel Details:

  • none
  • 8 suites
  • Rate includes Breakfast

Updated 09/10/2012

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