Accor’s Sofitel brand has opened its newest luxury hotel in the Caribbean Basin: the sparkling new Sofitel Legend Casco Viejo in Panama.
The luxury hotel is set in the “old city” of Panama, one of the most charming historic neighborhoods in the wider region.
The 159-room-and-suite property had its soft opening this week, ahead of a planned Jan. 19 grand opening.
The hotel is set in the former Club Union, a popular social club in Panama City in the last century.
The property’s culinary program is highlighted by an eatery by Chef Lorenzo Di Gravio, who earned a Michelin star as the executive chef of Rome’s Assaje restaurant.
That’s part of a five food and b eve age concepts, including a lobby bar called Mayda and a pool bar.
The Sofitel will soon be opening a rooftop bar with views of Panama’s skyline called Ammi.
It’s the second Caribbean-region hotel for Sofitel’s elevated Legend brand, joining the existing Sofitel Legend Santa Clara in Cartagena on the Caribbean coast of Colombia.
For more, visit Sofitel Legend Casco Viejo.