InterContinental Miramar Panama
Start the day with an ocean breeze, take a morning walk with the locals on the "Cinta Costera" and enjoy the view of the city skyline and Panama Bay. At the end of your walk, we suggest you visit The Boulevard, one of the oldest and best cafés in Panama City where you can order a Panamanian breakfast or one of the famous pastelitos. Take your time here reading the daily newspaper and then go to the Casco Viejo which is 15 minutes from the hotel. Once there, you can visit the Panama Canal Museum, the Plaza de Francia or the Palacio de las Garza (Presidential Palace) for a guided tour.
On your way back from the Casco Viejo, a stop at the Seafood Market is not to be missed, where you'll see the most delicious catches of the day. For lunch, just go upstairs to the casual restaurant that serves, as you might imagine, a fabulous variety of seafood fresh from the sea.
As the sun begins to set, take a cab to Miraflores Locks, where you’ll make an unexpected scale in the Panama Canal locks that accommodate large Panamax vessels through. Enjoy dinner at the Miraflores Restaurant or alternatively visit Calle Uruguay with a wide variety of restaurants and night life.
Our Ishtmus is between the Atlantic and Pacific
Panama touches both the Pacific and Atlantic Oeans and you can get to each of them within 45 minutes from Panama City. Panama Canal connects both oceans through around 50 miles Canal. About 25 minutes away from the hotel, you can catch the coast to coast rail service. Have breakfast in the Pacific, and enjoy lunch in the Caribbean.
Due to the construction of the Panama Canal and the massive foreign influence, our country has a very multicultural population. A great variety of races and costumes can be seen everywhere.