BlueBay Group marks debut in Panama with opening of BlueBay City Panama
The BlueBay Group has announced the opening of its first hotel in Panama, the BlueBay City Panama. Located in the financial district, the hotel primarily caters for business travellers and has 143 guest rooms with free wireless internet, and facilities including a Japanese restaurant, a cigar lounge, a 24-hour fitness centre, and the Blue Sky Bar with city views.
The BlueBay Group has made its debut in Panama with the recent opening of the BlueBay City Panama.
The hotel is located in the financial and business district of Panama City, near the Torres de las Americas, and caters for business travellers and holidaymakers whoa re looking to experience the cosmopolitan side of the city.
Raul Torres, the manager of the hotel, commented:
"This is a hotel with the latest concepts in accommodation and lodging that will amaze our guests. Definitely people are going to discover Panama from the best point of view."
The luxury hotel has 143 guest rooms and suites with modern decor, 24-hour room service and complimentary wireless internet.
Facilities at BlueBay City Panama include a 24-hour fitness centre, a 24-hour business centre, the international restaurant, TECA, its Japanese restaurant, UMAI Sushi and Lounge, the Cigar Lounge with its own brand of cigars, and the Blue Sky Bar with stunning views of Panama City.
Panama City is the capital of the Panama in Central America and it is considered as one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the region. Its historic Casco Viejo neighbourhood was founded in1671, following the dismissal of the original Spanish settlement by the British pirate, Henry Morgan. While the modern side of Panama City boasts a skyline similar to Dubai, the historic neighbour today is a blend of Old Havana and the French Quarter in New Orleans, plus a splash of Art Deco.
The vibrant country is home to the famous Panama Canal which celebrated its 100th anniversary last year. The Panama Canal is 77 kilometres long and connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. The locks at each end of the canal lift the ships to the Lake Gatun, an artificial lake that was created to reduce the amount of excavation work required for the canal. The lake acts a reservoir of water for the operation of the locks and it carries ships for 33 kilometres along their journey of the canal.
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