The range of hotels in Bocas del Toro will expand in the coming years thanks to the opening of a new resort: Viceroy Hotel Group has announced plans to open Viceroy Bocas del Toro Panama, a complex and residences set to open in 2019. In our article today, we will give some details of what will offer this new hotel.
Hotels in Bocas del Toro – Gogetit Highlights
- Viceroy Hotel Group hotel chain will be responsible for the opening of a new resort in the province of Bocas del Toro.
- The opening of the hotel is planned for 2019 and will feature 186 modern rooms, including 42 villas.
- The 42 water villas will offer breathtaking views of the Caribbean coast and ocean, each with its own private pool and direct access to the sea by the cover.
Bocas del Toro is one of the provinces of Panama and its capital is the homonymous city of Bocas del Toro. It covers an area of 4,643.9 square kilometers, a population of 125,461 inhabitants (according to 2010 census) and its northern boundary is the Caribbean Sea, the southern is the province of Chiriqui, east and southeast with the county Ngäbe-Bugle, west and northwest with the province of Limon, Costa Rica; and southwest with the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica.
“If you have not visited Bocas del Toro yet, then this is the perfect opportunity to do so, because the hotel chain Viceroy Hotel Group will have a new resort expected to open in 2019.”
Despite existing hotels in Bocas del Toro, this new resort will feature 186 modern rooms, including 42 villas on the water over 457 acres of coastline, with three miles of private white sand beaches, besides practicing sailing, surfing and hiking, among other activities.
The 42 villas which will be located on the water, offer breathtaking views of the Caribbean coast and ocean, each with its own private pool and direct access to the sea by the cover. Exclusivity is all part of the location, while a quick trip to Panama City, is accessible only by boat, seaplane or helicopter.
If you are someone looking for adventure, you will have numerous options such as jungle zip line, diving, sailing, paddle boarding and fishing. The archipelago is also home to the wetlands of San San Pond Sak, the greatest biological diversity of tropical coral reefs in the region and the best place for bird watching, cycling and guided nature walks.
“The ecological destination of Viceroy Bocas del Toro Panama, can allow access only by electric cars and sustainable technologies.”
Its exterior design has been meticulously planned with local and tropical plants, specialties that will be used in the preparation of local cuisine.