Ritz Carlton Hotel Company is flourishing their ingathering of Reserve hotels along with plans to start a luxury sanctuary on the Pearl Island, which is a private island located forty five miles south Panama City.
As summer holidays come to an end this time, it is not really early to start planning and dreaming for next year’s travel. Several travelers who has an eye for historical things love visiting places at times when an important anniversary is taking place. There are several interesting places to select from nest year.
In June 2014, D-Day intrusion of Normandy celebrates its 70th anniversary. After, in August, the 1st transit of Panama Canal notes a century of maritime connections between the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans.
Starting from 25th November, this year, Air France will start their operation on a scheduled flight to Panama City, with 3 weekly flights from Paris to Charles de Gaulle - expanding their network to South and Central America as well as the Caribbean.
Boeing 777-200 that has with 309 seats, along with thirty five in Business, twenty four in Premium Economy as well as 250 in Economy will operate in this route.
Rugged and wild Panama welcomed the starting of the Waldorf Astoria Panama earlier this month with 4 restaurants and a swanky spa. This is the very first Waldorf Astoria prop in Latin America as well as it is situated in Panama City's Calle Uruguay, which is an entertainment place just fifteen minutes drive from the Tocumen International Airport. The airport is just twenty minutes away from the Panama Canal and just 2 blocks from the city center. More than that Restaurant Row is just outside the door of the hotel.
Hyatt Hotels Corp. declared their plans for a 168 room Hyatt Place as well as a hundred and twenty room Hyatt House in Costa del Este in Panama City in Panama. Construction will start sometime later this year and both these properties are anticipated to start operation in early 2015. The hotels will connect Hyatt Place Panama City that will open later this year.
Panama and Costa Rica officials are going through a proposal which would eliminate the requirement for a passport while traveling between 2 countries. On Monday, Mario Zamora, the Public Security Minister of Costa Rica traveled to Panama to analyze the feasibleness of the program, and José Raúl Mulino, Panama’s public security minister, told that they also would propose the creation of a common region between the 2 countries. during the meeting.