The exterior of the American Trade Hotel in Panama City - American Trade Hotel

Newly Recommended Hotels in Panama City and Mexico City

July 2017 Hideaway Report | By Andrew Harper

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The July Hideaway Report follows Andrew Harper's travels to Mexico City, Panama City and the Dordogne, in France. In Panama City and Mexico City, he discovered two new luxury hotels to recommend.

American Trade Hotel

Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama

The bar at the American Trade Hotel in Panama City American Trade Hotel

American Trade Hotel is a creatively designed property conveniently located in the historic Casco Viejo neighborhood. Fifty comfortable guest accommodations have Havana-inspired décor, floor-to-ceiling windows with city or water views, a mix of antique and modern furnishings, hardwood floors made of reclaimed timber from the bottom of the Panama Canal and baths with glass-walled showers and small vanities.

Las Alcobas

Colonia Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico

The wraparound balcony of our Corner Suite at Las Alcobas in Mexico City Photo by Andrew Harper

Las Alcobas is a luxurious oasis in the heart of the upscale Polanco neighborhood, a short walk from Lincoln and Chapultepec parks. Thirty-five spacious accommodations feature separate sitting areas with glass-top writing desks, local artwork and glamorous marble baths with deep whirlpool tubs, rainfall showers, dual vanities, local handmade soaps and spacious walk-in closets.

Read about Mr. Harper's newly recommended hotels in the Dordogne.

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Andrew Harper Photo Andrew Harper is the editor of The Hideaway Report, a luxury travel newsletter that first appeared in 1979. He travels anonymously and pays his own expenses in pursuit of unique properties that offer unusually high levels of personal service. Hotels have no idea who he is, so he is treated exactly as you might be.


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