Situated along the beach, this apartment complex features a beach club & outdoor pools with solariums among the scenic landscapes of Panama
Hotel at a Glance: Playa Caracol Residences & Beach Club
The soothing sounds of the sea pair with the mountainous views for an escape to paradise at Playa Caracol Residences & Beach Club. With outdoor swimming pools with solariums, artfully designed modern accommodations, and over 1 km of sandy beach, the complex offers guests an oasis of lively, social entertainment and pure serenity on Panama’s beachfront.
- Make a splash during a day in the sun at the outdoor pool or lounging under a shaded cabana bordering the beachfront.
- Wake up to breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape from the private balconies or patios in every modern accommodation.
- Endless Entertainment: Whether it’s a game of hoops on the basketball court, a surf or paddle board on the water, or an afternoon socializing at the club, the complex offers non-stop activities and entertainment.
- Grill up some grub on one of the barbecue grills throughout the property.
- Take a trip to town to visit some of the shops, restaurants, and supermarkets, just 14 miles away from the hotel. Panama City is less than an hour’s drive away.
Panama: Beach Paradise with Bustling Capital City
Panama, the southernmost country in Central America, has at times been overshadowed by its tourist-saturated neighbor to the north, Costa Rica. But in recent years, that trend has started to change. Adventurers are setting their sights on Panama’s beaches, which are often less crowded and commercialized than those in other warm-weather destinations. Much of Panama’s shoreline looks as it has for hundreds of years. Farther inland, there are tropical rainforests such as Chagres National Park, etched with rivers and lush highlands. In fact, nearly one-third of the country has been designated as protected land or turned into national parks.
Though the Panama Canal may be one of the country’s most famous landmarks, it’s far from the only attraction worth a visit. The capital, Panama City, has enjoyed renewal in recent years; expect skyscrapers, modern condominiums, and an energy and nightlife that rival any big city. You’ll find a much slower pace in Bocas del Toro, a small island chain near the Costa Rican border that’s nicknamed the “Venice of Central America” because locals use water taxis as a primary means of transportation. The islands are also an adventurer’s paradise. The area is sought out for both its jungle ziplining and scuba diving along scenic bays, which are home to some of the world’s best-preserved hard and soft coral.