American Trade Hotel and Hall opened its doors in the fall of 2013 in Panama City, occupying a lovingly restored landmark building in Casco Viejo. The property stands at the ecological and cultural crossroads of the Americas, deeply connected to both the historic Old Quarter and the nascent new Panama City – a meeting place for influencers, and cultures from around the world. The property and surrounding area are steeped in local heritage and culture, while the hotel has been thoroughly outfitted with the contemporary conveniences and modern luxuries today's traveller requires.
Your kids will love hearing the stories of real-life pirate Henry Morgan who looted and destroyed Old Panama in 1671 as they recreate his swashbuckling swordsmanship among the ruins of the ransacked city. More Info
Hike through the thick mist that bathes the rainforest floor in an eerie glow and listen to the wild song of the jungle as you explore Panama’s famous cloud forests. More Info
Discover Panama City, the first European settlement on the Pacific coast of the Americas, and be amazed by the architectural marvel that is the Panama Canal. More Info
From the metropolis of colonial Panama city to Chiriquí - home to Panama’s tallest mountains, longest rivers and most fertile valleys, and the Archipelago of Bocas del Toro with its warm, cerulean Caribbean Sea, this trip has a little bit of everything! More Info
Let the the rich colors of Colombia and Panama seduce you on a journey through Spanish colonialism, lush jungle, Caribbean coast, and marvels of modern engineering. More Info
The stylish Cuarto is furnished with a king bed and custom Suite Sleep mattress, Frette sheets, additional seating hand-fashioned in Panama from reclaimed wood, a coverlet hand-woven in Mexico, 32" plasma TV, a rain shower with bath products by Aesop, a peshtamal bath robe made from 100% Turkish cotton, complimentary Wi-Fi and a fully-stocked minibar. Balcony views of Plaza Herrera, Casco Viejo, Panama City and the Panama Bay are available in some rooms. Cribs are made available upon request.
The Super Cuarto is a very spacious room with vaulted ceilings, a simple dining room for two plus large plantation-style reading chairs. Rooms furnished with a king bed and custom Suite Sleep mattress, Frette sheets, furnishings hand-fashioned in Panama from reclaimed wood, a coverlet hand-woven in Mexico, 32" plasma TV, a rain shower with bath products by Aesop, a peshtamal bath robe made from 100% Turkish cotton, complimentary Wi-Fi and a fully-stocked minibar. Rollaway beds or cribs are available upon request. Balcony views of Plaza Herrera, Casco Viejo or Panama City are available in most rooms.
The Dining Room at American Trade Hotel brings to it a culinary philosophy shaped in top kitchens from Northern California to New York City. For The Dining Room's sophisticated lunch and dinner menus, the chef’s focus is wholly ingredient-driven. The innovative take on classic meat and seafood dishes is distinguished by their commitment to fresh, local and seasonal components. It is paired with an impressive global wine list, a studious cocktail menu, dessert selections prepared under the direction of Pastry Chef Luis Bula and a communal atmosphere that's warm and welcoming to guests and locals alike.
The Lobby Café and Bar's cocktail menu harkens back to Panama City of the 1920s and '30s, a time when the country's thriving social culture was at its most vibrant. Taking cues from the menus of notable Panamanian sporting clubs of the era, drinks infuse classic offerings with the bright energy of today's Casco Viejo — with a focus on fresh fruits and artisanal ingredients. The Lobby Café and Bar also offers appetizers at any time of the day, featuring cuisine inspired by the extended offerings in the adjacent Dining Room.
It’s the fulfillment of a life-long dream — a 50-seat jazz club in the heart of historic Panama City, conceived and curated in special creative partnership with world-renowned jazz pianist and UNESCO Artist for Peace Danilo Pérez. American Trade Hotel and the Grammy-winning Panamanian composer have brought a world-class jazz venue to Panama in Danilo’s Jazz Club — a place to foster innovation, conversation and talent of aspiring and established musicians near Casco Viejo and around the world.
Offering an outdoor pool, a gym, a restaurant and a jazz bar, the American Trade Hotel is located in the historic centre of Panama City. Free Wi-Fi access is available.