American Trade Hall was originally built as a branch of the National City Bank of New York, financier of the Panama Canal. The design was modeled after the branch at 417 Broadway in downtown Manhattan, an esteemed example of the Moderne style by the distinguished architecture firm Walker & Gillette. Interiors feature ornate columns and floors laid with reclaimed old–growth timber acquired through underwater logging in the Panama Canal.
A large, beautifully-appointed room that borrows from a range of 19th century styles, pointing to a polycultural and colorful past, perfect for meetings.
Our first floor conference rooms can be split into up to four rooms, or utilized as one large room. They feature excellent lighting and acoustics and an ambience impossible to find outside of the Casco.
This is the largest rooftop in Casco Viejo, overlooking Plaza Herrera, the former site of bullfights and civic events, and views of Panama City.