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Hotel Bocas Del Toro
Why we like it
- Nicely appointed with wood and nautical furnishings
- Ocean and town balcony views
- The restaurant is open to the breezes and crafted of native wood
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner are made including specialties in regional and local cuisine
- There is a certain magic under the Bocas sky at night
The menu benefits from the abundance of fresh fish and local meats from Bocas del Toro and Panama.
I would just like to add that the help / service we received from Melissa Hookway was oustanding. It was very personal and I was made to felt like a valued client.
- AC, Cheshire
Hotel Bocas Del Toro has an enviable waterfront position in the centre of Bocas Town. This makes it a great base either to soak of the unique Caribbean atmosphere of the town, or hop into a launch to explore the rest of the archipelago.
The 11 guest rooms are simple and classic, with tropical hardwoods, 100 thread count white linen and a nautical accent colours. Old black and white photographs adorn the walls giving guests a wonderful sense of place and history. The Master Suite boasts a large private balcony with views across to the rugged rainforest clad island of Bastimentos.
The owners of the hotel are passionate about sustainable tourism have made a commitment to support the local community. The organic coffee sipped with breakfast on the deck is sourced from the local village of Silico Creek, a small community of five Ngobes families which the hotel supports.
Best time to be there
December to March is generally considered the dry season. Temperatures rise in April and the rains arrive on the Pacific side from May to November. The Atlantic side has no specific dry season but there is less rainfall between March and September.
GMT -6 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever if arriving from an infected area