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Located in Volcán, Hotel Los Brezos features a shared lounge and a bar. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. The rooms felt super clean, new and comfortable. The included breakfast was perfect, with a great cup of coffee.
Providing free WiFi, Hotel Dos Rios is located in Volcán. Offering a restaurant, the property also features a garden. The rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Beds were good and back yard was fine.
Located in Volcán, Cabanas Dr. Esquivel has accommodations with free WiFi and TV. The units have a fully equipped kitchen with an oven and a fridge. It was clean and the employees are very helpful. Thank you ....I will recommend the place to family and friends.
Located in Volcán, Hospedaje Rampolla's features a garden and terrace. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. Rooms include a patio. The owners are very kind, and will make breakfast to your desire. It's a nice, quiet, safe, residential area.
Located in Volcán, Casa Mirandita features a garden, a terrace and a shared lounge. All rooms feature a kitchen and a private bathroom. The property provides free WiFi. Basic furniture but fit for purpose. Nice location to visit the area. We enjoyed sitting in the garden, looking at the montains.
Hostal Victoria Volcan Chiriqui is located 10 minutes’ drive from Barriles Archaeological Site. It features a beautiful garden, a furnished terrace with BBQ facilities, and free WiFi throughout. Great location, super clean room, hot shower, fair price. No complaints. Loved it.
Located in Cuesta de Piedra, CASA EMBRUJADA has accommodations with free WiFi and a terrace. A continental breakfast is served every morning at the property.
Las Plumas Holiday Home Rentals is set in Paso Ancho, 50 mi from Boquete. David is 30 mi from the property. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property. It was nice have laundry facilities onsite. Our host, Dirk, was very pleasant.
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a garden, Hotel Casa Grande Bambito is located in Cerro Punta. Among the various facilities of this property are a terrace, a shared lounge and a bar. Staff welcoming and friendly, the hotel grounds are nice, beautiful garden. The rooms good size and clean
This eco-retreat located in Panama’s Volcán Barú National Park features trout ponds, an indoor swimming pool and a spa. It offers rustic rooms and a free American breakfast. Excellent setting and friendly staff. Breakfast was plentyful. A lot of parking spaces.
There are good things to do in Volcan, but the city doesn’t have a central “Main Street” feel where you can go and wander up and down. No real tourist feel with shops and good restaurants. This town lacks nice clean restaurants with really good food.
Nice city. Very interesting to see how they plant and harvest the vegetables, etc. Also known for their horse breeding, due to the type of grass, etc. Would suggest finding out about a horse farm tour.
Volcan seemed friendly and certainly the countryside is beautiful. The trash all around really distracts from its beauty a lot. The whole town needs a trash clean up and lots of trash cans placed all over and environmental respect education for its population. Mana's is a lovely restaurant and community event center. There are few sidewalks and walking along the main road is scary.
Beautiful country and very friendly people. Really enjoyed all the lovely fresh fruit available and some great meals. One of our favorites was Casa Redonda. Very good food and owner John was informative and a great host. Also liked Dona Gladys for Panamanian food. Well prepared and generous servings. Very affordable too! Seems to be all family operated and everyone was very nice. One of the best panaderias is located at the gas station on way into town on the right side of the highway. Lots of delicious goodies at very good prices. We visited Jansen Coffee Farm and it was delightful. Had some really excellent coffee and lemon pie and walked down to the Vivero to see all the lovely plants. If you go there, be sure and try the famous Geisha Coffee! It's excellent. A highlight for us was to go on Friday morning to Café Mana where there is a farmer's market put on by expats. Met some really terrific people there and learned a lot about what it is like to live in that part of Panama.
This town is rural so you need a car or a taxi to get around. The hiking areas and the hot springs are distant, not close as some have implied) and require a 4-wheel-drive vehicle and paying wait-time for a hired driver. Cab fares start at $1.25 and that is enough for most of the town. There is a distinct rainy season when the volcano is clouded-over and not visible. The police are wonderful! I got lost walking so I stopped at the station to ask directions and they asked if I was in a hurry - well no - and they took me on a wild ride beyond my hotel speeding up curvy country roads. I wasn't quite sure what was happening, but finally understood when they flagged down a bus and one of they got out and on the bus. Then they took me back to my hotel. The Casa Redonda is very good, but it is a bit expensive. The owner is Panamanian/American and speaks both English and Spanish. There are English-speaking doctors in town; Dra. Marion Morales is very good and her consult is only $10. The local hospital fees start at 50ȼ.