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Stay at one of the most convenient hotels in Colón

Thanks to our hotel's convenient location in the Colón 2,000 Cruise Port and Shopping Center, we offer easy access to a wide variety of attractions and activities, including the Panama Canal - Gatun Locks, the historic ruins of Portobelo City, and the Black Christ Church and Museum. You can easily spend a day exploring the exotic Panamanian rainforest, relax on the beach or enjoy duty-free shopping, dining and entertainment in the colorful Colón Free Zone, located just steps away. 

Area attractions include:
  • Colón Beaches
    These nearby white-sand beaches are sheltered from the bay and tides, providing ideal conditions for water skiing and other sports.
  • Colón 2,000 Cruise Port and Shopping Center (0.2 miles)
    Colón 2,000 is a state-of-the-art cruise port with a duty-free shopping complex, craft boutiques and more.
  • Colón Free Zone (0.2 miles)
    The world's biggest free zone outside of Hong Kong, the Colón Free Zone is home to 1,751 companies and receives over 250,000 visitors a year from all over the world. You can find goods and services, including electrical appliances, pharmaceutical products, liquor, cigarettes, office and home furniture, clothing, shoes, jewelry and toys.
  • Fort San Lorenzo (20 miles)
    Tour operators offer visits to this fort ruin, which is set above the Chagres River where it meets the sea.
  • Gatun Locks (8 miles)
    The biggest locks in the Panama Canal, the Gatun Locks do the work of two sets of locks on the Pacific side. Observation platforms provide views of the locks, the Caribbean entrance to the canal and Lago Gatún Panama Canal Authority Guide Service at Miraflores.
  • Black Christ Church and Museum (25 miles)
    This museum is dedicated to Portobelo's patron saint, known as the Black Christ, who is honored annually in an Oct 21 festival. A plethora of robes and religious paraphernalia are on display.
  • Portobelo City (25 miles)
    This bayside town is home to the ruins of five Spanish forts and a Spanish Colonial treasure house, the Aduana Real, which was restored by the Spanish Government in 1998. It is also now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Isla Grande (63 miles)
    Known for its lush, verdant landscape, crystal-clear waters and laid-back Caribbean atmosphere, this popular vacation spot offers snorkeling, diving, surfing, jet-skiing, boat rides and banana boats.