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Luxury Winging It

Recommended for : Shopping Luxury
Check into the Radisson Decapolis or Hard Rock Hotel for easy access to Multicentro Mall. Less frequented than the other city malls, the three floors still have a selection of big brands, souvenir shops, a casino and several ground floor restaurants to fill a couple hours. You'll also be centrally located about half way between the Albrook and Multiplaza malls.
Grab breakfast at the hotel or head down to the Athanasiou bakery for coffee and a pastry. Your car service is scheduled to pick you up sometime after 10 am to whisk you off to Multiplaza Pacifico mall's luxury wing.

Shop or browse Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Emporio Armani, Cartier, Ferragamo and Tory Burch. Stop by any of the information centers for a Panama Shopping card, available to tourists with discounts and deals at select stores.


All day shoppers can break for lunch at Las Terrazas for al fresco ceviche and sangria at Restaurante Marea or opt for indoor café fare at the Upper Crust.


Or if your done shopping, have your driver pick up at the Sanborn's entrance, and head to Maito nearby in Coco del Mar at the end of Calle 50.


Back at the hotel, take an afternoon dip in the terrace pool before your massage at the Decapolis Aqua Spa. Make sure you leave enough time for a steam, Jacuzzi and sauna.


Movie night and/or night on the town? For a VIP cinema experience, book tickets at the Multicentro theater through the hotel concierge and get ready to sink into a leather recliner with menu service, including cocktails. Make sure you have reserved a Subtitulada movie (Spanish subtitles) since Doblada is dubbed in Spanish.


For dinner out, book your table with a view to the backyard garden at La Posta in the neighboring Calle Uruguay area. In a refurbished house off the main street, this Panama City fixture has been serving up elegant plates since 2005 in a sophisticated plantation-style setting.


For after dinner drinks, pick your spot on Calle Uruguay or head directly to the two-level Alta Bar nightclub-slash-lounge for dancing, private tables on the mezzanine with bottle service and an outdoor deck.