Bocas del Toro Province hotels and hostels
Playa Tortuga Hotel Beach And Resort
Laguna Azul Eco Lodge
Panama`S Paradise Caribbean Cabanas Rafael`S House
Panama's Paradise Saigoncito's
Mar E Iguana Hostel
Spanish By The Sea
Gran Kahuna Hostal
La Loma Jungle Lodge
Intimate and wild. Comfortable, classy and thoroughly enchanting. Thoughtful, thought-provoking and truly sustainable.
Bright, airy and spacious, with good facilities and great prices, this new place on a rise above the shoreline of Bastimentos is on track to become the island's preferred backpacker place. Stay here now and beat the rush.
Al Natural Resort
This remote getaway on Isla Bastimentos' best beach lends a bohemian twist to the all-inclusive idea with a handful of solar-powered bungalows in an ultra casual, eco-aware atmosphere.
This is one of the very few places actually on the beach, and what's more, it's on Boca del Drago, Isla Colón's prettiest.
Hotel Angela is a perennial seaside favourite in a quiet section of Bocas town. The problem is, it's so popular, you might not be able to get one of the better upstairs rooms with balcony or view.
Hotel Tierra Verde
This small hotel capitalises on an interesting location on Isla Carenero that marries privacy and placidity - an uncommon coupling around Bocas.
Playa Mango Club & Resort
While calling this a 'club & resort,' is a bit of a stretch, this new place has some unique features that will be attractive to travellers - especially those with kids.
Hotel Cala Luna
To make it in the hotel business, you have to have a gift for hospitality, a sixth sense for what guests need and want.
Punta Caracol Acqua Lodge
You'll see people in the Bocas airport returning from their stay at Punta Caracol - they're the ones floating on air, with the uncontrollable blissful smiles.
Hotel La Veranda
Hidden behind gorgeous flowering tropical vines is this belle of Bocas, housed in a 1910 wooden building with all the Caribbean trimmings - wrapround porch, sea breezes and intricately carved transoms.
Like a beacon for sailors (or better yet, surfers) at sea, the new Hotel Olas shines bright yellow from the southern tip of Bocas town.
Pensión Tío Tom
This plank and thatch building on the shoreline of Isla Bastimentos has been offering cheap, clean, unfussy rooms for years.