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The room we had did have a small patio with pretty good views. It was in need of a good update. The furnishings were old and dated and the bedspread was old and pilley. You had to pay for ice, water and even the coffee...More
We didn't stay at the resort, but ate at the restaurant 3 times. The manager, Everardo, helped us each time and he made our visit so pleasant! We felt welcomed and well served! The Valentine's dinner was Perfect. Our steak and fish were well prepared...More
I had a nice stay at Las Olas, although there were a few times where we had to wait quite a while to get service, the staff was very friendly. The pools were nice, the room was comfortable. The bathroom could use a bit of...More
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We had a day to spend after a few days in Boquete and wanted some beach/pool time before flying out of David that evening. So we only spent...More
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Response from Olasresort, Gerente at Hotel Las Olas Beach ResortResponded 26 February 2016
Dear Customer is a shame to see this kind of criticism on our property, if we have not cover your expectations, so sorry. it's important to let know that our hotel does not lie with the pictures that we present on our websites (you are...More
There are reviews that call this an old and tired resort. Not really. Its maybe an older hotel and being directly on the beach takes its toll - but its still solid. Definitely an above average hotel. Each room has its own air conditioner and...More
Hi Mary H
Surfers look at swell forecasts, you could do the same but look for none to small waves. Try "Magic Seaweed" website for surfers - central america south - panama - la barquetta and look for days with no stars... More
Hi Mary H
Surfers look at swell forecasts, you could do the same but look for none to small waves. Try "Magic Seaweed" website for surfers - central america south - panama - la barquetta and look for days with no stars. Typically for this area calmer ocean months would be during January and February but could happen at any time. To be safe when swimming in the ocean never go past waist deep, sometimes the ocean will be flat for a while but waves may be on the way (waves come in "sets"). Buen viaje!