Where the Caribbean meets Central and South America
A bridge between Central and South America, Panama is a country where the Caribbean Sea and the South Pacific have converged to create spectacular beaches, daunting mountains ranges and lush rainforests. A charming local population and vibrant urban life also grace this desirable destination, replete with remote beaches, and right in the heart of this serenity rests Royal Decameron Golf, Beach Resort and Villas.
Snorkel some of the world's best
This beachfront property boasts an endless array of entertaining options including pools, bars and a disco, and sailboats, kayaks and paddleboats are available free of charge to traverse the waterfront. Snorkeling in Panama is among the world's best, so, for an extra charge, try breaking beneath the surface of the crystal waters at Royal Decameron, or indulge in the spa services available at the resort which include beachfront massages.
Enjoy unlimited indulgence
A rare treat for resort guests, Royal Decameron offers unlimited a la carte dinners at any of its eight restaurants. Sample a succulent steak, taste your way through the nuances of Asian cuisine at the Thai and Japanese restaurants, or dive into fresh seafood as you stare out to the impressive shoreline from your spectacular beachfront location. You can also savour unlimited domestic and select international drinks from various bars before throwing some dice at the casino or finding your groove at the disco. After you've had your fill, return to a fully air-conditioned room with a comfortable bed.
Appease your inner history buff or golf fanatic
Aside from its spectacular vistas, Panama is a country that boasts a geography and history to entertain any taste. Head to the nearby golf course to drive your way through the amazing greenery, or travel 90 minutes to Panama City where you can wander through the historic streets of the Spanish colonial sector. You can also travel to the Panama Canal - an impressive site of history and engineering - whose construction was one of the most infamous events of the 1900s.