The SpaceIt is fully furnished with 2 single beds a dining table with chairs, stove, fridge, full bathroom, closet and a great balcony overlooking Avenida A. It is located on a great spot (you can walk everywhere in Casco Viejo) and you can take a cab right at the doorstep to go anywhere else in the city. It´s perfect for a quick visit to the city close to the pedestrian street Ave. Central for groceries and shopping in general. Also, there´s a small shop across the street for basic stuff (milk, eggs, coffee, toilet paper, etc).
Wireless internet is included!!!
WHY is an apartment in casco viejo so cheap?
Because instead of AC you get a really great fan. There's no hot water in the shower but the water pressure is amazing (and hey you´re in Panama, you won´t need it, trust me!) The apartment is on the 3rd floor of a building with no elevator.. but a lil workout while on vacation is not the worst no? And did I mention neighbors listen to music loudly all day? Lastly, you will be happy here, I promise :) Guest AccessPart of the closet and fridge will be cleared out for your use. Interaction with GuestsI may or may not be there to greet you as I usually live on my boat in the San Blas islands. When not me, it´s my super friendly neighbor/housekeeper Maria who´ll show you around the place. The NeighborhoodRestaurants and bars within 1 to 5 blocks: Moloko+, Casco Bikes, La Buat, Malibu, Cafe Coca Cola, Donde Jose, Mojitos sin Mojitos, Puerta de Tierra, Villa La Agustina, Zaza, Barlovento Bar, Teatro Amador, Casa Jaguar, Tantalo, Gato Blanco, Casa Nuratti, Mostaza, Madrigal, Manolo Caracol, American Trade Hotel, Nazca, Aki, etc, etc, etc. Getting AroundTaxis at the doorstep, you can walk everywhere in casco, walk 3 blocks for buses at the start of the pedestrian Ave Central, walk 7 blocks down to the end of pedestrian Ave Central for subway. Other Things to NoteThe rooftop has an amazing terrace where you can watch sunsets with a 360 view of casco viejo, the high rise buildings part of the city, Ancon hill, the ocean, all the boats that cross the canal, the bridge of the Americas, Taboga & Taboguilla islands and beyond...