Should you start your day with a swim in one of the resort pools or with a stroll on the beach? That may be the most difficult decision you’ll face when you stay at Dunes of Panama E1903. The two-bedroom condo, which sleeps six, is just steps from the sugary beach and the Gulf of Mexico. In fact, the condo’s spacious balcony provides a front-row seat to the spectacular sunsets over the sparkling waters. Because the balcony is furnished with a dining table, chairs, and a chaise, you can revel in the lush breezes and the sight of seabirds swooping and diving any time you want.
The sliding glass doors that connect the balcony to the living area let you admire the view even while indoors. There’s also plenty of room on the two sofas for everyone to kick back and watch a movie on the flat-screen TV with cable. Or maybe you’d like to gather around the indoor dining table to play a game, or belly up to the breakfast bar with your tablet to surf the web via the free Wi-Fi.
One of the many advantages of vacationing in a condo rather than a hotel is the ability to prepare your own meals whenever you want. Dunes of Panama E1903’s kitchen is fully equipped with stainless-steel appliances, cookware, gadgets, and tableware. Just as important, the open layout lets you keep an eye on the kids or keep up with the conversation while you work your culinary magic. You can even admire the turquoise gulf waters as you cook!
The en-suite primary bedroom makes it easy to get your beauty rest. From the king-size bed you can watch your favorite late-night shows on your flat-screen TV in luxe comfort. As with the living area, glass doors open directly onto the balcony. Slip outside for a romantic nightcap under the star-studded sky before cozying under the sheets, and in the morning wake up to the waves lapping at the coast. The suite also includes a private primarybathroom, which like the bedroom itself, offers plenty of storage.
The condo’s second bedroom has its own bathroom as well, plus a queen-size bed and a flat-screen TV. Having a full bathroom for each bedroom makes Dunes of Panama E1903 as well suited for two couples as it is for a family. Expecting additional guests? One of the living area’s sofas opens into another queen-size bed.
When you arrive at Dunes of Panama E1903, you’ll find the beds impeccably made up, more than enough clean towels, and extra bedding ready and waiting—no need for you to bring linens from home. In fact, because the unit has its own washer and dryer, you can pack lighter than usual without having to waste precious vacation time in a laundry room.
The Dunes of Panama resort has amenities of its own. These include three swimming pools, one of which is heated from November to May. After your swim, lounge on a poolside chaise as palm trees rustle in the breeze. Or head to the tennis or basketball courts, play shuffleboard or corn hole, or take the kids to one of the on-site play areas.
During the high season, Dunes of Panama E1903, like most other Panama City Beach condos, requires weekly rentals with a Saturday arrival. You’ll find that a week is barely enough time, however, to take advantage of everything the area has to offer. There’s the glorious beach, of course, just beyond your front door and accessible by several private walkways. Here you can swim, parasail, canoe, kayak, play volleyball, build sandcastles, and maybe even spy dolphins in the surf. ZooWorld Zoological and Botanical Conservatory, WonderWorks, Shipwreck Island Waterpark, and St. Andrews State Park are among the attractions that are less than 10 minutes away.
Sounds perfect, doesn’t it? So don’t delay; reserve your stay at Dunes of Panama E1903 today, and get ready for what might be your best vacation yet.