The hotel in Panama City was once one of the most expensive in the world, with rooms starting at $2,200 a night.
But it is now being closed after a long and arduous history of poor performance and poor customer service.
The Panama City hotel in the Caribbean, with its stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and ocean views, is now the world’s smallest hotel.
In the 1920s, the hotel was the headquarters of the International Hotel Association, and was owned by the Panama Canal Corporation.
Now, the Hotel Transylvansa, Panama, is the only hotel in its small, 1,400-square-metre building that has been shut down.
In January, Panama City officials closed the hotel’s doors because of its poor performance.
Since then, the company has tried to reopen the hotel, but in its most recent effort, in November, the building was closed for more than three months.
The hotel has been operating with a temporary rental agreement.
But Panama City has been trying to make up the difference by charging a $1,000 daily rate for a night at the hotel.
So, in late November, hotel officials announced that the hotel would be closed for about six months.
But that was not enough.
They announced they would close the hotel entirely in December.
“The hotel has a long history of service and reliability issues,” the Panama City mayor, Ana de Jesus Ruiz, said in a statement.
“It’s no secret that the hotels staffs are overwhelmed and the hotel is not a very comfortable place for guests.”
De Jesus Ruiza said that the Panama government will pay the hotel $5,000 a day to rent out rooms, which is an improvement from the $5 a night rate that was in place at the time.
The president of the hotel association, Joaquin Sanchez, also said in an interview that the government will reimburse the hotel for its costs.
“We are very happy to have Panama City come back to life and open again,” Sanchez said.
“Our hotel has always been a symbol of hope for the Panamanians, especially the youth of Panama.
But we are now seeing a real change in the hotel business.”
The Panama Hotel is the second hotel to be closed down in less than a year in the United States.
In April, a Florida man was charged with defrauding guests of nearly $200,000 after he claimed the hotel had closed for months because of poor customer response.
The man, who is not named in court documents, told the Orlando Sentinel that the problem with the hotel “has been brewing for years.”