The new American Trade Hotel opened its doors in the fall of 2013 and is a restored landmark in Panama City’s historic quarter: Casco Viejo. The property and surrounding area are steeped in the local heritage and culture of Panama, while the hotel has been thoroughly outfitted with the contemporary conveniences and modern luxuries today’s traveler requires.
The American Trade Hotel is perfect for guests who want a cultural experience of Panama. The on-site Cultural Engineers will help guests to choose from a myriad of options for exploring all that Panama City has to offer. Spend a day out on the massive Lake Gatun, hike to the top of Cerro Ancon, or venture to the canal for a bit of historical sight-seeing. The options in Panama are virtually endless, and Panama City has great shopping and cultural venues for all visitors. The concierge can help to plan excursions for guests.
American Trade Dining
The Dining Room at the American Trade hotel features a culinary philosophy from Chef Clara Icaza, one of the top 20 young chefs in Latin America. The sophisticated lunch and dinner menus are ingredient driven, with innovative takes on local and classic dishes and paired with a global wine list. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, for either guests or locals. The property also features a world-class Jazz Club. The 50-seat jazz club in the heart of historic Panama city was conceived and curated in special creative partnership with world-renowned jazz pianist and UNESCO Artist for Peace Danilo Pérez.
American Trade Hotel Rooms
The elegant rooms feature hand-fashioned furnishings, king beds, plasma TV, rain shower and Aesop bath products, cotton bathrobe, wifi and a dually stocked mini bar. Guests can choose from a variety of styles and views, including views over the Panama Canal, Panama City, or the historic and beautiful Plaza Herraza.