Created as a Jesuit mission, the oldest building was constructed shortly after the foundation of the new Panamá City in 1667.
Situated over a city block, hotel La Compañia will consist of four buildings located in Avenida A, Calle 8 and Avenida Central. The site has the largest internal courtyard in Casco Viejo, adjacent to the ruins of the Jesuit church of 1739. Across the street is the San Jose church from 1675, also known as the "Golden Altar" and bordering the opposite side on Avenida A, is the impressive Cathedral of Panamá. The foundation stone is thought to have been laid on this Central American church in 1668. It was completed in 1796 and is currently undergoing a 17 million USD renovation in time for Pope Frances' visit to Panamá in 2019.
The hotel will have three wings, Spanish colonial, French colonial and American plantation. The restoration will take into account the history of the site and the history of Casco Viejo.
88 unique rooms - bringing to life, the history of "viejo" (old) Panamá, the period of discovery and the vibe of a bygone era ... all of which will be centred around Casco Viejo's largest internal courtyard.
with five restaurants, a bar and a rooftop sky lounge ... there is something for every palate and for any time, of the day or night.
full roof top spa, hair salon with mani/pedis, roof top swimming pool and jacuzzi, room service, health club, foot massage and of course, wifi and other modern amenities.
this building from 1737 was originally built by the Jesuits as the first university in Panamá. It was repurposed as apartments during the French period of the Canal.
this, the oldest of the four buildings was formerly completed some time in 1688 by the Jesuits, following the destruction of the original city of Panamá, by Captain Henry Morgan. Following the Jesuit expulsion by Spain, this building became Hotel Washington, at that point this building was 150 years old. However, bear in mind, it would still be another 30 years until the Statue of Liberty or the Eiffel Tower were finished.
the current building was built in 1905, created as a high end department store known as the American Bazaar. Its beaux art architecture tells us the next story of Casco Viejo and the American period of the Canal.
a name borrowed from the original Hotel Washington in the 1800's rekindled into an exclusive club.
come as you are, casual. A meeting place at any time of day, wifi, usb stations with communal tables in a relaxed atmosphere. A guest when you enter, a friend when you leave. We look forward to recreating history and showing you this landmark site in Casco Viejo. Not just a hotel, not just a restaurant, but a living part of history
in the heart of the oldest part of Casco within calicanto (fieldstone) walls, cuisine from all over the world, infusing modern with classical in an era of colonial times.
something for everyone
king size beds, flat screen television, over sized bathrooms with large showers, mini bars, balconies, high ceilings with fans, wifi, in room tablets.
king sized beds or twin queens, average room 350 sq feet, oversized bathrooms, some with shower and baths, connecting rooms and wheel chair rooms available. All rooms with large balconies. Flat screen television, in room tablets, wifi, mini bar, ceiling fans
some of the largest rooms in Casco Viejo
King sized bed separate living area, oversized bathrooms, some with shower and baths, connecting rooms and wheel chair rooms available. All rooms with larger balconies than deluxe. Flat screen television, in room tablets, wifi, mini bar, ceiling fans. Spacious rooms in the 550 to 800 sq foot range.
this 1500 sq foot, two bedroom, two balcony suite has a full kitchen, living room and dining area with a dinner table for 10, full 24 hours butler service and all the amenities.
a remarkable Hotel in the making, we are very excited to recreate this historical property into a new landmark in Panamá.
hotel La Compañia, Avenida A and Calle 8, Casco Viejo, Panamá City
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