Playa Blanca Beach Resort is an all inclusive hotel located where all the beauty of the Pacific beaches open the doors of paradise. The resort opened in 2003, with 219 rooms and 3 suites that have recently been remodeled. Town Center Suites is the newest addition to Playa Blanca Resort with a separate building with 150 premium suites and access to the second largest pool in the world.
Beachfront219 Rooms5 Restaurants5 BarsSecludedAll InclusivePoolsFamily friendly
EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE
Playa Blanca is located in the province of Cocle, Panama – 115 km from the city (an hour and a half drive) crossing the Bridge of the Americas. A new airport is being built in Rio Hato, near the Playa Blanca, for easier guest access to the location.
The area where Playa Blanca is located is commonly known as the Arco Seco (Dry Arc) in Panama – meaning there is good weather in the area throughout the year!
The Playa Blanca Resort is a striking oasis situated on one of the most beautiful beaches of Panama’s Pacific coast. Enveloped by lush surroundings, this impressive all inclusive hotel features 2 sparkling pools, specialty restaurants, a snack bar, and several bars. Guests can experience an array of land and water sports such as tennis, aerobics and dance classes, kayaking, and more. Each of the stylish guestrooms and suites include a balcony offering breathtaking views of the gardens, pool, or ocean. Visitors can enjoy the wonderful scenic views of the countryside and the Panama Canal en route to the Playa Blanca Resort hotel before settling in for a tropical beach retreat.
As part of our family-friendly SMILE Program, guests enjoy the following inclusions:
- Up to two children up to age 12 stay free year-round
No single supplement for single parents
Specially discounted rates for teens ages 13-17
Shaded kids pool or part of kids pool
Smile Kids Club program
Beach towels in room (1 per person in room)
1 liter of water in room per day
All visitors must have $500 on their person in the form of cash, check, credit card etc. in order to enter the country of Panama or they will be turned away at the border.