Panama all inclusive Resorts – Vacations Information and Recommendations
Panama All Inclusive Resorts Vacations. During the last few years, the development on beach community in the Pacific coast in Panama has been growing exponentially, and so have the number of All Inclusive Resorts in Panama. I remember a few years back, we only had two All Inclusive Resorts in Panama: Royal Decameron and Hotel Playa Blanca (Originally named Barceló Playa Blanca Panama).
I have pulled up a list of the most visited All Inclusive Hotel and Resorts in Panama, it is Ranked based on the overall All Inclusive experience (price, food, service and resort facilities)
Panama all inclusive Resorts – Prices
The prices in an All Inclusive Resort in Panama are usually between USD 90.00 to 250.00 per room for a party of two. It depends on the season: during summer, which starts late December until April, the prices are higher. Also, the price for weekends (Friday and Saturday nights) tends to be much higher.
Panama All Inclusive Resorts high season: December to April
Although November is still low season, it is a special month in Panama, as we have 4 national holidays in that month (3, 5, 10, 28), if you are planning to go to an All Inclusive Resort in Panama in those days, expect to pay up to the double.
Panama all inclusive Resorts – Popular destinations for your vacations
The list below are the most popular Panama All Inclusive Resorts for your next vacations, they are all located in the Pacific Coast and are within 150 Kms of Panama City.
Panama all inclusive – Sheraton Bijao Beach Resort
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Sheraton Bijao is located in Playa Bijao in the KM 108 of the Pan-American Highway. Both Food and Service quality are exceptionally good. It is ideal for couples and family trips.
For more details read: Review of the Sheraton Bijao Panama All Inclusive Resort
Panama all inclusive Vacations– Playa Blanca Hotel & Resort
Playa Blanca Hotel and Resort was opened in 2003 with over 200 rooms. They recently opened a new section called Town Center Suites with access to the biggest swimming pool in the entire Central America region. The Pool is filled with salted water that gets pumped-in and filtered from Ocean. There is also a big Water Slide in the town center. The prices between the resort and the town center is almost the same, but I recommend staying the Town Center Suites with the All Inclusive Plan as it gives you access to the Resort and Town Center Club House. The Suites are also much bigger and nicer rooms. It is also 90 minutes away from Panama City
Panama all inclusive Vacations–Westin Playa Bonita Hotel
Located In Veracruz only 15 minutes away from Panama City, it’s the closest All Inclusive Resort. The facilities are very nice, good food and service. The only downside is that the Playa Bonita Beach is not that good; the water is not as clean as the other beaches.
Panama all inclusive – Royal Decameron Golf Beach Resort & Villas
Royal Decameron was the first All Inclusive Resort in Panama. The resort is located in Farallon, 90 minutes away from Panama City. This is by far the biggest All Inclusive resort in Panama. Royal Decameron has over 1000 rooms, 10 restaurants, 8 pools and 11 bars. You will need to pay an additional fee for the Golf course.
Panama all inclusive – Gamboa Rainforest Resort At The Panama Canal
Gamboa Rainforest is the only resort in this list that is not located in a beach; instead, it is located in the Chagres River (the River’s water is used for the Panama Canal). Just 40 minutes away from Panama City. Try to get a room with the view to the River with a nice balcony sleeping in your hamaca (hammock)
Panama all inclusive – Hotel InterContinental Playa Bonita Resort & Spa
This Resort is also located in Playa Bonita, next to the Westin. Same as for the Westin, good food and service, but the beach itself is not as nice.
Panama all inclusive – Wyndham Grand Playa Blanca Resort
The Wyndham Resort is located in Playa Blanca, next to the Playa Blanca Resort. The Rooms/Suites are really nice, big and comfy. I’ve been to this resort a few times. My first two visits were really good, however the last visit I had a few months back was not that good. Both Service and quality of the food went down.
The check-in on All Inclusive resorts are usually 3:00PM and check-out 12:00PM. You can arrive a bit earlier and they will allow you to use the facilities and you come back to get your room key later.