Chalet Tio Juan
Chalet Tio Juan is located in a small neighbourhood called Saigon. Here you find a nice mixture of local people, foreigners and tourists.
Sitting at your pick nick table outside you will watch all the neighbours coming and going and living their daily life. Soon you will recognize the people and will start greeting people too! This is a great place to see what life is like in Panama’s Paradise!
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Apartment Facilities & Policies
- Bicycle hire
- Breakfast not included
- Cable TV
- Ceiling fan
- Free Internet Access
- Free Wifi
- Internet Access
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
- Safety Deposit Box
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Towels Included
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
Must-Read Apartment InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Cancellation policy: 72h before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay.
Check in from 13:00 to 23:00 .
Check out before 11:00 .
Payment upon arrival by cash.
The reception is open from 7 am till 9 pm. After 9 only emergencies.
Bikes can be rented for $4 a day. You will pay $20 deposit for each bike.
All tours and transportation you can arrange at the reception.
We do laundry for $4 a load.
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Take a taxi to Saigon, to jenny's Cabanas. Panama's Paradise Reception is tucked away all the way in the back. Here you will get your key and all the other information that you need. Call 64460787.
Where the main street takes a turn at Tony's Market to the beach la Cabana, you go straight into the Saigon neighbourhood. On the end of this street, you see Chalet Tio Juan right there on the corner. The Saigon Bay is just steps away and the beach la Cabana is around the corner.
Saigon is a nice mixture of local and foreign people. It is quiet and lively at the same time. At the daytime you can hear salsa blasting and at night time you hear the water or the frogs.
Welcome to the Caribbean!