La Concodia is a beautiful boutique hotel dating back to the 19th-century. Here, the majesty of Panama City's historic Casco Viejo district is at your doorstep.
In the past, La Concordia was surrounded by churches and the houses of Panama’s elite. The elegant property has seen many changes over the years, but guests will still feel the old charm in the UNESCO-listed Casco Viejo historic district.
The Santa Ana rooms are named after the neighborhood that once bordered a wall and protected the area from 18th-century pirates. Delicate crystal chandeliers, tufted settees, and curvy headboards elevate its interiors.
Go farther back in time in the San Felipe Rooms. Decked out in 17th-century flair, each space takes inspiration from Panama’s well-heeled society that frequented the Casco Viejo neighborhood long ago.
Soak in the Victorian clawfoot tub of the Corner Suites, and watch the activity on Avenida Central from your private balcony.
Food is a celebration of flavors in the dainty restaurant at La Concordia. Enjoy cocktails in the rooftop gastro lounge. Tapas, hookahs, live music, and panoramic views of the Panama City skyline make the night complete. In the evenings, stroll with the locals in Plaza Bolivar.
Hear the sweet sounds of jazz in a nearby club. Learn about rum making and enjoy a private tasting at the first artisan distillery in the country. Indulge your sweet tooth at the Tropial Chocolate Cafe, famous for its 100-percent Panamanian chocolate. Even the decor of this cafe is sweet. Giant rainforest-themed wallpaper covers the walls, patterned tiles line the floor, and vibrant seating invites you to get comfortable and dig in.
When the weather is warm (usually always) sip on a blissfully-creamy raspado. Tropical fruits are drenched in condensed milk and topped with a drizzle of honey. You will be thankful for the cooling effect when you make the climb up to the Cerro Ancon, the highest point of the city, to see the Canal and the Pacific Ocean beyond. You may even meet some sloths, deer, and toucans on the way up.Request Information