Grace Hotels Officially Opens New Hotel in Panama City

grace panamaGrace Hotels recently announced the official opening of its hotel in Panama City in the form of the new Grace Panama.  

Occupying the ground floor and six upper floors of the new, yet already popular, "Twist Tower" in the Obarrio District, Grace Panama is a contemporary urban boutique hotel which promises a stylish new addition to the city’s hotel landscape.

Sixty rooms and suites are spread throughout the 13th to 17th floors, affording sweeping views of the city’s dramatic skyline through floor to ceiling windows, which can also be enjoyed from the hotel’s lap pool perched on the twelfth floor.

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The hotel, which expects to attract discerning business and leisure travelers, offers two distinct dining options. 54 East is a modern, elegant brasserie serving Mediterranean cuisine created using local ingredients. It is set to become a vibrant, destination restaurant for hotel residents, visitors and city dwellers alike who are seeking a contemporary ambience with food from executive chef Pedro Masoliver.

Its adjoining bar offers a wide selection of expertly crafted cocktails and international beers in a laid-back setting. Meanwhile, [email protected] is a gourmet café and delicatessen with glorious views from its position on the twelfth floor, providing a light menu of salads and snacks to take away or to enjoy on the extensive terrace alongside the hotel’s pool.

Visit www.gracehotels.com.

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