Welcome to Panama City. Welcome to Toscana Inn.

Relax in the heart of Latin America’s most thriving city at Toscana Inn, Trip Advisor’s No. 1 Business Hotel in Panama City. We are proud to represent the best of Panama – in quality, comfort, amenities, location, and service. We greet every guest with friendly courtesy and a drink of their choice upon arrival.

“They are very proud of their trip advisor status and display it in one of their walls. They should be proud. They deserve it.” – Gmunozy2k, El Paso, Texas – June 21st, 2013

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Restaurant

Los Girasoles Restaurant In Panama City, Panama

Our restaurant Los Girasoles will be the starting point in your Panama food exploration.

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Conference Room

Conference Room in Panama City, Panama

Perfect for larger meetings and small conferences, our executive suites are a private, soundproofed area in immaculate condition.

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Terrace

Toscana Inn Hotel Terrace

Relax amongst the rooftops with an almost 360 degree view of Panama’s capital, from the hills of Balboa to the boundless Pacific Ocean.

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5 Reasons Panama Is A Shopper's Paradise
5 Reasons Panama Is A Shopper's Paradise

Whether you're an avid bargain-hunter or just in the market for specific items or gifts, Panama is one shopper’s paradise that’s hard to beat. This tiny country is a shopping Mecca for visitors from throughout the Americas and Caribbean. And for the more adventurous at heart, Panama’s smaller stores and

Seven Tips To Help You Stay Safe & Enjoy Panama
Seven Tips To Help You Stay Safe & Enjoy Panama

The best vacations are the ones that go smoothly. Good planning can help…but smart travelers do more than make timely reservations or check weather patterns before packing. They also take health and safety into consideration…no matter where they’re headed. With a bit of helpful information, you can stay safe, relax,

How to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in Panama City
How to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle in Panama City

Not long ago, recycling bins and terms like “fair trade” were virtually unheard of in Panama. In much of Latin America, focus is on emerging from the developing into the developed world, and not on reducing one’s so-called footprint. However, Panama—being more modern and developed than many of its neighbors—has