Holiday Inn Express is one of the fastest-growing hotel brands in the world, and we are thrilled to now have a location in Panama City, said Alvaro Diago, chief operating officer, Latin America and the Caribbean, IHG. This is one of Central Americas most prominent economies and is also a key tourist destination. The Holiday Inn Express Panama Distrito Financiero hotel is located within walking distance from a variety of restaurants, international companies and the Punta Pacifica Hospital the first hospital in Latin America affiliated with the prestigious Johns Hopkins Medicine International. Costa del Este Business Park and shopping malls, such as Multiplaza Pacific and Multicentro are also close by. Panama City is thecapitaland largest city of theRepublic of Panama, said Gerardo Murray, vice president, Marketing Strategic Services for Mexico, Latin America and Caribbean, IHG. It is a very strategic fit as we continue to grow the Holiday Inn Express brand in Central America. The hotels location within the citys financial district and near the airport also makes it conveniently accessible to travelers. The new hotel features complimentary high-speed Internet access, an outdoor swimming pool and sundeck, business center, fitness center and more than 2,500 sq ft of meeting space, equipped with the latest technology and audiovisual equipment. The new hotel offers guests a comfortable, yet affordable, stay to ensure a pleasurable experience.
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Bears was left behind. "The guy dragged me across the road, and there was quite a steep ditch and he threw me down there," she said. It took Bears some time to attract the attention of a passing car and get in touch with police. Mirtle,meanwhile, was facing intense questioning in the car about what he was doing in Panama. He was hit repeatedly with the butt of a gun. Andrew Mirtle tried to stay calm by focusing on what was happening to Natalie Bears, rather than the danger he was in.
When they come in, they see the love that is here, that's around our people." "I drive by the Rescue Mission every day on my way to the office, andI want to be involved in my community, so as a new member of the community,I want to be involved in participating and hopefully make a difference in the culture," said Grant Powell. Heand his wife just moved to Bay County and wanted to volunteer. Volunteers of all ages came to serve overflowing plates of food, share a friendly conversation, and personal stories. It's a small gesture that gives many a chance to be thankful on this holiday. "A meal makes a difference to them.
An onsite spa and casino offer guests ample opportunities for relaxation and entertainment. For information, visit www.marriott.com/PTYPA or call 507-2-109100. Media Contact: Marianela Rodriguez, Panama Marriott Hotel, 507-679-0622, Marianela.Rodriguez@marriott.com News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com Professional Services iPads and iPhones account for a disproportionate number of Black Friday searches, new research finds. MarketWatch49 mins ago Thessaloniki Water Supply & Sewage Co., the water utility in Greeces second-largest city, said nine-month net income fell 34 percent to 9.5 million euros ($12.9 million), according to an Athens bourse ... Bloomberg53 mins ago Matthew Shay, National Retail Federation president & CEO, discusses Black Friday crowd control, the economy and the struggles consumers face.
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Zero stress. Its a constant refrain in Panama City, where noticias I now live. It refers to the idea that hiccups are meant to be taken in stride. That if both sides remain calm, all will be well. That theres no need to "stress out." Take the other day for example. Id ordered a few hundred photocopies, but when I went to pick them up I realized Id left my wallet at home.