Our destinations: Panama

Venues of Panama City (outside hotel options)

American Trade Hall (250 pax)

Ideal venue for gala dinner, award ceremonies or welcome dinner themed as Panamanian colonial traditional style dinner. Various spaces inside American Trade Hotel can host events for 250-350 guests.

American Trade Hall was originally built as a branch of the National City Bank of New York, financier of the Panama Canal. The design was modeled after the branch at 417 Broadway in downtown Manhattan, an esteemed example of the Moderne style by the distinguished architecture firm Walker & Gillette. Interiors feature ornate columns and floors laid with reclaimed old–growth timber acquired through underwater logging in the Panama Canal.

Main Hall – 484 sq.m with the capacity for banquet set-up for 250 pax or reception up to 350 pax.

Have your event at the largest rooftop in Casco Viejo, overlooking Plaza Herrera, the former site of bullfights and civic events, and views of Panama City.

Roof Top – 584 sq.m with the capacity for banquet set-up for 180 pax or reception up to 300 pax.

Biodiversity Museum (250 pax)

Have your welcome dinner with a reception at Biomuseum, the only project of world know architect Frank Gehry in Latin America!

The Biomuseo is the latest cultural and eco-tourism destination. The Biomuseo is situated within view of the Pacific Ocean to the east and the entrance to the Panama Canal to the west, placing it at the forefront of a new cultural and eco-tourist center for the region.

The Biomuseo is the latest interactive museum conceived by Gehry, whose projects in Bilbao, Spain and other cities have help to revitalize cultural centers.

At the heart of Frank Gehry’s design for the Biomuseo is a public outdoor atrium covered by a lively assemblage of metal canopies in different shapes and strong colors: blue, red, yellow, green.

The museum has a public a 6-acre (2.4-hectare) Biodiversity Park.

 Diablo Rosso - An international art gallery and concept store

DiabloRosso is a creative think tank and space based in Casco Antiguo, the historic old quarter of Panama City, Panama. It is a community that supports and promotes young artistic talent in its most broad and multidisciplinary definition.

Founded seeking to help to fill the void that existed for emerging art spaces in the region, it has established itself as a place seeking to empower and stimulate young minds to break molds and think independently, educate and advance public appreciation of contemporary art and culture, and generate social commentary and impact.

The gallery’s yearly program, which includes not only art exhibitions but screenings, artist lectures, dance performances, music experimentation and community art-based projects, reflects both the flexibility of the space and the diverse interest of its creators.

More than a physical space, DiabloRosso is a platform of experimentation, dialog, and collaboration.

Mi Pueblito (1000 pax)

Mi Pueblito, a recreation of three traditional Panamanian villages, sits in the foothills of Ancon Hill on the western side of the city. It contains full-size replicas of different villages of the central provinces, each with a traditional eatery serving specialty dishes. Here, there is also a row of fine craft shops.

The best views of Panama City are from atop Ancon Hill, the capital’s highest point, offering spectacular bird’s-eye views over the old and new parts of the city, the Bay of Panama and the Panama Canal.

Reccomended for folklore gala dinner.

 Miraflores Lock of the Panama Canal (250 pax)

The Panama Canal is a must do in Panama. Not to visit it would be a sin. We would like to offer you an  outstanding evening at Miraflores Visitors Center with the best view to the locks, ships going through it on their way from one ocean to another. There is no other place like this in Panama, where ocean meets, and people can celebrate the greatness of human mind and achievements. At night the Panama Canal looks even more splendid and breathtaking.

Experience the magnificence of Panama Canal in a whole new way!  The terrace and dining room of the fine restaurant at the Miraflores Panama Canal Visitors Center offers you a unique view of the Panama Canal Miraflores Locks. Enjoy a buffet lunch or private dinner at the International Miraflores Restaurant overlooking the canal. Watch ships going in an out of the locks — whether into the port or out to the Pacific Ocean.

Recommended for groups up to 250 pax

 Panama Viejo (1500pax)

Unique venue for your event,  have a themed dinner- Pirate Themed Dinner, Traditional Folklore Style Dinner,  Gala Dinner  on the ruins of Old City.

Founded on August 15, 1519, by Spanish conquistador Pedro Arias de Ávila, the city of Panamá was the first European settlement along the Pacific which was later destroyed by Capitan Henry Morgan.

Today Panamá Viejo is the remaining part of the old Panama City and former capital of the country. It is located in the suburbs of the modern city. Together with the historical district of Panamá, it forms a World Heritage Site from 1997.

Panama Viejo allows the use of three of its monument areas for events: the Panama Viejo cathedral, La Concepción convent, and the Jesuits convent.