Keruasa Hotel Restaurant | Hotel

Panama

Details

Verified:
about 6 years ago
Altitude:
0.0 masl
Website:
Phone:
None
Contributor:
MontrealPanama

Amenities

Electricity:
Yes - Not at Sites
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Parking:
Yes
Restaurant:
Yes
Showers:
Cold
Water:
Non-Potable
Toilets:
Running Water
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Unknown
Pet Friendly:
Unknown

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Keruasa is officially a restaurant and a cabanas rental, but they let us camp on their large property. It is not beachfront, but have an access to this relax beach. We were told that on weekend and holiday the place was busier, as people come from Chitre to hang out. Anyway, for us it was perfect, we were alone, the owner and his wife were super nice. We paid 15$ for our family of four in a small camper.
We walk to the bar/restaurant/hang out place in the center of the pueblo and could buy fish from the fisherman.

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Owned by a Colombian guy, this cabaña hotel is a bit rundown. We paid US$ 15 for 2 persons + van. We stayed next to the cabaña closest to the restaurant. Here we could string an extension cord for power. The toilet and shower areat the side and back of the main building and are very rustic. Toilet with TP and cleanish. Shower tiny and no light, so we kept the door ajar. There is a restaurant, but we would not eat there. The next morning we filled the water tank from the faucet (through a filter).

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Keruasa is officially a restaurant and a cabanas rental, but they let us camp on their large property. It is not beachfront, but have an access to this relax beach. We were told that on weekend and holiday the place was busier, as people come from Chitre to hang out. Anyway, for us it was perfect, we were alone, the owner and his wife were super nice. We paid 15$ for our family of four in a small camper.
We walk to the bar/restaurant/hang out place in the center of the pueblo and could buy fish from the fisherman.

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