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We were looking for a lunch spot after driving around at and near Fort San Lorenzo. We focused on trying this hotel.....as Colon itself is not so appealing. The hotel is not easy to find.....there is no consistent trail of signs to its location.....I had...More
I recently stayed at the Melia Panama Canal Hotel for 2 nights. Their website photos are quite deceptive. Yes, the exterior grounds and pool area are beautiful, as is the short walk to Gatun Lake. But, the interior needs a bit of sprucing up. There...More
We recently stayed at this Hotel after coming from a 7 day cruise. It was a nigtmare dont even think abust satying here. First of all the Hotel has an awful smell, the AC in public areas does not work the ceelings are falling to...More
My husband and I stayed at melia one night because our first impression was good. Once we got there, we were never offered drinks by the pool even though everyone else around us were catered too. When we went to the lunch buffet water was...More
First off, the Melia Panama Canal is a beautiful property. It has a beautiful pool and Spanish Architecture, located on Lake Gatun. It could be such a great hotel if Melia Hotel Properties would only put more into it. It lacks what hotel travelers expect:...More
US$56 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yellow fever vaccination is only required if you come from a country when the yellow fever exist, is a precaution of Panama Authorities in order to prevent Yellow Fever in their country. The vacconation proof -at least... More
Yellow fever vaccination is only required if you come from a country when the yellow fever exist, is a precaution of Panama Authorities in order to prevent Yellow Fever in their country. The vacconation proof -at least in my case as peruvian tourist- is a yellow card extended by “ministerio de salud” that certifies that I have received the vaccin 10 days prior to arrives at Panama.
Tocumen is in panama city (Pacific ocean shore) and Melia Panama canal is in Colon (Atlantic Ocean shore). I was at Tocumen in August, and I went to Colon by Taxi Cab for US$ 90.00 (3 persons plus luggage) in a very confortable TOyota SUV that we got at 5he airport. You can also ask for the service at internet, and is about $80 from Tocumen to Melia in Colon.
The trip is about one hour long, in a very good highway, sourrounded by the forest and lago gatun.