Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House
(Free Wifi Coffeeshop / Cafe)
607 S Main St
"The Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House, a visual feast, serves grilled Panini sandwiches and fresh pastries. While the palate enticing aromas quench y
13 Comments about Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House
"A cozy, yellow-walled tea room where patrons read novels and write on laptops, taking advantage of the quiet atmosphere and free Wi-Fi. The long and e" - citysearch.com
"Great Japanese manju and specialty sweets and good tea! We came by based on yelpers reviews and did not regret it. Indeed, the place is li" - yelp.com
"I love it when I can touch, smell and drink Seattle history. This place not only has wonderful teas, great espresso and wireless, but it is a step bac" - urbanspoon.com
"I love that Panama Tea House has retained so much community/historical feel. It's a perfect meeting spot. Despite being in the ID, parking is also u" - insiderpages.com
"I love this place. The staff are nice, the cafe is clean, beautiful and you get free wifi. Not the cheapest place to get a drink, as a cup of tea cost" - yelp.com
"I predict that 10 years from now, when Pioneer Square is the next South Lake Union, this little cafe will be the "original", much like you h" - urbanspoon.com
"I used to work in the International District, and often escaped to the Panama Hotel to get tea with a friend. It's not as crowded as the Starbucks and" - urbanspoon.com
"love the historic feel and atmosphere of the place, and prefer the tables up front near the windows in the main room. friendly staff behind the coun" - yelp.com
"Okay, so I realize that it looks like I am a fan of everything, but I'm actually quite picky! C & I went to Panama Hotel on Sunday morning and were gr" - yelp.com
"Their matcha latte is great! Not only are the drinks great, but knowing that it'd a piece if history makes it that much greater..." - yelp.com
"This place is a great meeting spot, especially the large table in the back room. I love the historical photos on the walls and the window in...." - citysearch.com
"This place is in the heart of the old Nihonmachi (Japantown) and was where Japanese left their belongings when they left for internment (viewable thro" - yelp.com
Some aspects to consider when rating this free wifi hotspot:
1. How is the WiFi signal and connection speed?
2. Is it a place that is good for working.
3. Does the hotspot offer enough power outlets?
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