See the Sights near our Panama Canal Hotel
From the Summit Botanical Gardens to the Panama Canal, our hotel offers easy access to some of the region’s most amazing attractions. Located between two stunning national parks, the hotel is just 30 minutes from Panama City and 10 minutes from the magnificent canal, referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the World." During your stay, you can learn the history of the canal at the Miraflores Locks, discover stunning views of the Pacific from the Amador Causeway, search for monkeys at the Metropolitan National Park and treat yourself to a shopping spree at the Albrook Mall. You can also explore the picturesque cathedrals of El Casco Antiguo or the replica Indian villages of Mi Pueblito.
Our Panama Canal hotel is near the following attractions:
- Albrook Shopping Mall (10.17 miles)
One of Central America's largest malls, Albrook features jewelers, perfumeries, fashion outlets, art galleries, a movie theater and a food court with more than 30 restaurants.
Phone: +1 (507) 303-6251
- Amador Causeway (13.97 miles)
Constructed out of rocks removed to build the Panama Canal, the Amador Causeway offers a breathtaking view of the Americas Bridge and the Pacific entrance to the canal.
- El Casco Antiguo (12.26 miles)
Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this historic area features cobblestone streets, charming city squares, opulent cathedrals and al fresco cafés.
- Metropolitan Natural Park (4.46 miles)
This beautiful park is home to a multitude of rain forest residents, including the titi monkey, the green iguana and the red and green guacamaya.
Phone: +1 (507) 232-5552
- Mi Pueblito (18.1 miles)
Located at the bottom of Ancon Hill, this educational attraction provides a glimpse into the history of Panama. The complex includes gorgeous gardens, as well as replicas of Panamanian, Antillian and Indian villages.
- Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal (5.07 miles)
Full of exhibits about the Panama Canal, the Miraflores Visitors Center allows guests to learn about the canal's three sets of locks and how ships are safely transported between oceans.
Phone: +1 (507) 276-8325
- Museum of Biodiversity (11.71 miles)
There is no story more important than the story of Life itself. In Panama, this story can be told with greater intensity, depth, and effect than anywhere else on earth.
Phone: +1 (507) 314-0097
- Panama Canal Museum (12.2 miles)
Focusing on the history of the Panama Canal, this museum features informative exhibits highlighting the role of the canal through the present day, including original canal treaties. Call ahead to arrange guided tours in English.
Phone: +1 (507) 211-1649
- Pipeline Road (2.98 miles)
Built during World War II to transport fuel in the event of a bombing at the Panama Canal, this road is now a bird watcher's paradise. It is the site of the Audubon Society's Christmas Bird Count and is also a popular location for the scientific study of plants, insects, reptiles and mammals.
- Summit Botanical Gardens and Zoo (1.95 miles)
A fun attraction for the whole family, this zoo houses such exotic creatures as jaguars, scarlet macaws, tapirs, monkeys and the Harpy Eagle, Panama's national bird and the largest bird of prey in this hemisphere.
Phone: +1 (507) 232-4854
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