This Panama City hotel offers rooftop pool: a delight in the year-round warm temperatures (between 70 and 80 degrees F/20 and 30 degrees C). Many of the hotel's welcome guests are visiting Panama for business. Large corporations like Dell, Merck and Johnson & Johnson have business offices in Panama City. This hotel offers easy access to the business and financial centers in Panama and a welcome retreat after a long day of corporate interfacing.
Of course, it's great to see the sights too: historical monuments, ocean vistas, baseball games and boxing matches are quite popular with guests of the Wyndham Garden Panama Centro hotel. Following are some of the most popular nearby things to do:
Albrook Mall/Multiplaza Pacifica
Shop the upscale brands like Chanel and Louis Vuitton at this exclusive shopping mall, featuring more than 280 shops, boutiques and department stores.
Atlapa Convention Center
Located just 3m/5km from the hotel, Atlapa is one of the world's premier event destinations, holding conferences, conventions, trade shows and meetings for up to 10,500 people at a time.
Barro Colorado Island
Barro Colorado Island is an idyllic setting located in Gatun Lake in the Panama Canal. The island became a nature reserve in 1923 and is a great spot for glimpsing exotic birds, flowers and plants.
MetroMall Shopping Center
Less than 15 minutes from the hotel, enjoy hip shopping, delicious food, or a movie at MetroMall. Get a haircut or a manicure, or repair prescription sunglasses at this diverse shopping oasis.
Miraflores is one of three locks on the Panama Canal. A visitor center on site allows visitors to view how the locks operate. Bring your binoculars for fantastic views.
Old Panama/Panama Viejo
History buffs will appreciate the preserved district of old Panama City, a World Heritage Site. Evidence of pirate attacks, fires, warfare and religious strife abounds at this popular destination.
Panama Canal Museum
This non-profit, public museum was established in 1997 to preserve the history of the construction of the Panama Canal. While there, enjoy the other historic sights of Old Panama.
Coastway/Calzada de Amador
Beautiful views and trendy restaurants, bars and clubs adorn the Amador Causeway/Coastway, a road that connects mainland Panama to four small islands. The islands are home to museums and marine exhibitions.
Summit Zoo and Botanical Gardens
Enjoy a peaceful visit to the municipal zoo, well regarded for bird and tropical wildlife watching. Panama's national bird, the Harpy Eagle, has been known to "scream" at friendly tourists there.