A collection of luxury over-the-water bungalows is coming to Panama.
Just a short flight from Panama City, Viceroy Bocas del Toro Panama will feature 42 private overwater villas suspended above a coral reef network in the Caribbean Sea. Adding to its exclusive allure, the property will only be accessible by boat, seaplane or helicopter.
The destination will span 457 acres and include 186 guestrooms and residences. Viceroy Bocas del Toro Panama will feature eight onsite restaurants and lounges, numerous pools, a spa, a fitness centre and meditation rooms. On the surrounding grounds, guests can discover the adjacent San San Pond Sak wetlands, a habitat for water birds and endangered fauna by joining in on resort-led guided eco-tours, bike rides and hiking excursions.
A private escape
The overwater bungalows will offer breathtaking views of the coast and the Caribbean Sea, in addition to each having its own private pool and direct access to the ocean via a bridge.
Inside these villas, ranging in size from 500 to 2,200 square feet, guests will find contemporary interiors, open terraces, clever gourmet kitchens and beautiful custom finishes.
The Viceroy Bocas del Toro Panama is an environmentally friendly hotel. Only electric and sustainable cars will be permitted on site. The hotelier assures that its exterior design has been meticulously planned with native plants and tropical specialties will be used in the preparation of the local cuisine.
On-site activities include zip-lining in the rainforest, snorkeling, sailing, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP), sea fishing, cycling, guided ecological hikes.
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