We really like the Sheraton - the rooms were fine, quite spacious, had a balcony, and they were very clean. From what I've read in other reviews, I actually expected it to be a much uglier concrete block than it actually was (ok, the building is no beauty, but the 3 levels don't look so bad ;-).
What you pay (premium) for, and what is really worth every cent, is the location: you are very close to the different walks to the falls, and you are right in the middle of Iguazu's sub-tropical jungle. It is more than convenient to just walk out of your hotel and be at the falls within 15 minutes walking! So if you can afford it, I really recommend to stay at a hotel inside the national park.
We "only" had a jungle view room because the falls view rooms were all booked, but we were not disappointed - you see enough of the falls all day long, and it is something special to be woken up with a serenade of birds and frogs from the jungle...
A little drawback is the fact that the Sheraton itself doesn't offer a minimarket or something alike, so that you have to pay for their expensive beverages - but there are a few restaurants with shops just a 5 minute walk from the hotel, and they have very reasonable prices.
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Iguazu Hotel Iguazu National Park
- Sheraton Iguazu Resort And Spa
- Sheraton Iguazu National Park
- Iguazu National Park Sheraton