Great value hotel but too far out of town, set in an industrial location so not safe to walk at night also no local restaurants so you will need to cab everywhere, other side of town from airport and falls so whilst cheap what you save on hotel you loose on travel costs and travel time, it's clean etc breakfast ok, staff don't speak English. If I came again I would stay in town not at this hotel just because of its location
I stayed at this hotel for two nights.
The location is not ideal but it's just a short bus ride from the bus terminal where you can grab a bus to the national park. You only have to pay one ticket for the whole trip and it's very cheap for such a long drive.
The staff didn't speak much English but they tried to help as much as they could and eventually I managed to get all the information I needed.
Wi-fi packages can be bought at the front desk at a reasonable price and it works fine in the rooms.
The hotel itself looks like it had better days but the room was spacious and even had an extra bed. The downside is that the toilet was quite dirty when I checked in (late at night due to problems with flights) but they cleaned it in the morning.
The breakfast was really good and there was plenty to choose from.
Majority of guests at the hotel were Spanish/Portuguese speaking and that's probably why there aren't that many reviews in English but that doesn't mean it's a bad place and I would recommend it.
This hotel is a decently priced hotel a bit outside of the city centre (located on one of the main arteries) in Foz de Iguazu. The rooms are relatively large and clean, they can get noisy if you are close to the lifts. The breakfast is good value with a large variety to choose from. There is no free wifi in the hotel. The reason why I would not recommend this hotel is that the Iguazu national park is about 60 mins of busride away, and you have to change buses which can add considerably to the travel time. There are not any bars or restaurants nearby if you would wish to experience anything else apart from the hotel restaurant. Also being a European tourist it was a strange experience not to have any place to walk to in the vicinity of the hotel without feeling a bit insecure. There is a large supermarket about 10 mins walk away. Choose this if you get a good deal and you do not mind the extra travelling time to the National Park. Do not choose this if you are going for a shorter period and you wish to do something else in the evening as opposed to siting in the hotel bar.
The hotel overall was nice. It was clean, the rooms were done every day. The only thing I disliked in this regard was the smell in the hallway. It was either spray or cleaning liquid.
The furniture was not new, but up to the price we paid.
Breakfast was ok. They had fried eggs and sausages, cheese and ham, a couple of pastries, orange and watermelon juices, some fruits. The breakfast was the same every day.
Swimming pool was clean and nice.
By the way there is a supermarket called BIG nearby. You can find a playground there for 8 BRL per hour for your kid to play. It is nice, air conditioned. They have a nice buffet right near the playground for around 50 PRL per kilo. But it works only till 15:30. There is also a fun park opposite the supermarket, but we didn't go there.
The worst thing about this hotel is the location. It is located in the quite remote area and therefore there are almost no places to eat around and there were no variety in the hotel restaurant. To get to the Falls you have to take one bus and then to change it to another at the bus station. It is not convenient and takes you another 15-20 minutes. So, next time I would prefer to live somewhere closer to the bus station or to the center of the town.