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Lovely clean, spacious, well furnished apartment, about 10mins walk away from Puerto Iguazu city centre. Not the place to stay if you're after lots of nightlife etc, but was perfect for us. We had a lovely big balcony looking out into the jungle, complete with...More
Iguazu/Iguassa Falls are as spectacular as advertised, but in January it is very hot and very crowded (but you should definitely go anyway). But the Iguazu Jungle Lodge was a very pleasant place to stay while visiting the Falls. The location is quiet, and the...More
Great breakfast, great service. Room is good and very spacious. Reception staff speaks English. Iguazu Waterfalls can be reached by taxi (120 ARS) or bus (20 ARS), as well as airport.There're several good restaurants nearby, i've tried Jasy - it's quite good. Hotel delivers a...More
Nice Hotel, rooms are excellent. Check out is too early, by my opinion... 10 AM - not quite standard. Breakfast not really big, but for 2-4 days, people usually stays here - is ok. Fresh Orange Juice - is good. Very helpful staff. Drinks at...More
We arrived at 3am following delayed flights but staff were awake and helpful.
The hotel is on the edge of town which means no noise and a jungle view out of each window but it's till only a short walk into town.
The apartment was...More
Hi Cheryl, I agree with all the previous answers other people have provided. You shouldn't have any problem. Suffice to say you must go to the Argentine side of the falls as well. Both are different but it is a truly awe... More
Hi Cheryl, I agree with all the previous answers other people have provided. You shouldn't have any problem. Suffice to say you must go to the Argentine side of the falls as well. Both are different but it is a truly awe inspiring experience on the Argentine side. It is so much more "raw" and natural environment, whereas the Brazil side is far more commercial. We loved both, but the Argentine side was so incredible!! We did two days Argentine side and one on the Brazil side, which was enough. Hope that helps. Enjoy!! It's amazing!!!!