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InterContinental Miramar

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • amazing view
  • lovely pool
  • good breakfasts
  • good value

    Cons

  • Inconsistent service
  • slightly isolated
  • cold rooms

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InterContinental Miramar Review

Amazing ocean views, elegant rooms and an attractive pool area make this 25-story tower a good choice for business travelers and vacationers alike. Every room ends in a wall of windows with views of the Bay of Panama, the skyscrapers of Punta Paitilla, and the Casco Viejo. The rooms are sleek, with white-marble floors and dark hardwood furniture, but can be rather cold. The top five floors hold 20 suites and the executive rooms, which share a lounge and business center. There is a bar on the fifth floor and a spacious restaurant near the lobby that serves an excellent breakfast buffet. The large pool next door, surrounded by tropical gardens, is a pleasnt spot to soak up the sun. It's a bit isolated, on busy Avenida Balboa, but offers easy access to the Cinta Costera.

    Hotel Details

  • 165 rooms, 20 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-08-2012

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    InterContinental Miramar Review

    This is an attractive hotel with large modern rooms with comfortable beds but overly heavy comforters (which we removed).
    The hotel is centrally located -- only a short cab ride to shopping malls or Panama City's tourist areas.
    The only minor negative was slow elevator service.

    by mscarls, 3/4/10

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