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My friends and I stayed here for a week back in March. I cannot say enough good things about our stay. Rodrigo is a hell of a chef and made us great meals everyday. It is also a great place to hang out during any...More
Although the restaurant was closed just after Carnaval, we had a pleasant two- night stay. The AC could have been colder. There were ants, but the rooms were clean. There are other restaurants within walking distance- Monkey Shack and Thelma's were both great. Beach was...More
We were here in 2011, so one can only hope that the rooms have been upgraded ( which is a crap-shoot when the Torio area itself is located an hour and a half from the nearest shopping town!) Also, Robby, the very nice proprietor, was...More
We stopped here as a diversion from the +/- 8 hour drive from Panama to Chiriqui while the roads were being re-worked.
The best thing about the place is the people. Robby, the owner, was incredibly nice and went out of his way to show...More
The rooms are basic and need many renovations. The beds creak a lot and the AC was horribly loud and very weak. The website could use and update as it states $28/night but we were told it would be $40/night and charged $40 despite explaining...More
Hi, how would one get there from Panama City without renting a car ???
28 December 2015|
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Response from Janet B | Reviewed this property |
Gee…I don't think it's possible, unless you were interested in looking at a development there called "Los Islotes." Husband and wife Kathleen Peddicord and Lief Simon head up the team at "International Living" and they've... More
Gee…I don't think it's possible, unless you were interested in looking at a development there called "Los Islotes." Husband and wife Kathleen Peddicord and Lief Simon head up the team at "International Living" and they've developed a beautiful breathtaking huge area, by that name. Their offices are in Panama City and they arrange for a tour of the property and you could tell them that you'd like to stay at Robbie's Cabanas, Torio. If you didn't want to return to Panama City the next day, you could ask around and arrange a lift to the highway and catch one of the "colorful" buses bound for Panama City. I don't have any phone numbers for you, but I imagine if you use Google Search you can get the information you need..Good Luck! P.S Los Islotes has competition in the area…there's a Canadian husband and wife who are selling gorgeous ocean view lots not roar from Robbie. He knows him, as Robbie's is a gathering place in the evenings for wonderful lobster and plantains and rice and cheap beers!!!
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"Wifi should be coming soon and the internet cafe next door is planning on opening very soon as well."