Waldorf Astoria opens in Panama

Waldorf Astoria opens in Panama

Rugged and wild Panama welcomed the starting of the Waldorf Astoria Panama earlier this month with 4 restaurants and a swanky spa. This is the very first Waldorf Astoria prop in Latin America as well as it is situated in Panama City's Calle Uruguay, which is an entertainment place just fifteen minutes drive from the Tocumen International Airport. The airport is just twenty minutes away from the Panama Canal and just 2 blocks from the city center. More than that Restaurant Row is just outside the door of the hotel.

With hundred and thirty suites and rooms, the design at the Panama Waldorf Astoria is striking, and all of it were imagined by ba-house/KNF in Miami. Timeless elegance of the property is reflected through the theme with in high ceilings, lots of glass and crystals a well as exotic woods. That luxury goes to each place where there is a HD flat screen television sets, alarm clock along with MP3-player connection, wi fi, and a spacious marble bath with a rain shower. Visitors would also get to attempt True Waldorf Service where they are coupled with a concierge to work as an ambassador during the stay.

At the 4 restaurants, Kalych Padro Alvarado, the executive chef, dishes up creative bites and sips, such as - aperitifs (The Peacock Alley Lobby Bar), poolside cocktails and snacks (Bungalow Terrace & Pool Bar), sushi (at Ginger Sushi Bar & Lounge) and French brasserie-style food all day long featuring local ingredients (BRIO Brasserie).

Luxury goes on at the hotel with two thousand square foot Waldorf Astoria Spa with 5 treatment rooms as well as Babor products, and a two thousand square foot fitness center, as well as an outdoor swimming pool that is decorated with gold tiles. The hotel rates starts from $169 per night.