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Fundadores Bemberg s/n Cataratas Del Iguazu, Puerto Libertad 3370 Argentina
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The Guest House, is an old building dating from 1930, strategically located on the ravines of the Paraná River. It contains an attractive story, related to those who were the pioneers and founders of Puerto Libertad: Otto and Federico Bemberg. They decided to settle in Misiones creating the company SAFAC, first in Argentina for its size and vigor in the cultivation of yerba mate. Faithful to their vision of the future and stimulus to economic and social development, they acquired large tracts of land in the area to generate in the middle of the virgin forest, this important undertaking. It was then that on the banks of the river they decided to install their house, which after several generations, and having been restored maintaining the original architectural details, reopens its doors with the concept of a mansion where guests can get in touch with the tranquility of the place, to experience the jungle and relive history.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycles available
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Outdoor pool
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Chapel / shrine
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Non-smoking hotel
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English, Spanish, Portuguese


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Fundadores Bemberg s/n Cataratas Del Iguazu, Puerto Libertad 3370 Argentina
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Stuart L wrote a review Feb 2020
United Kingdom14 contributions19 helpful votes
This hotel is very poor quality. It's remote and when we stayed we were the only guests and it was super creepy. It's run down and we checked out after one night. The "pool" is covered in algae and the sunbeds are falling to bits. We were greeted by a young manager with poor english and shown to our room which was dated with old furniture and in poor repair. The wardrobe had items left by the previous guest. Bathroom windows and bedroom windows had no shutters or grubby drapes and the whole space was crawling with small insects. I know we're in the jungle but if the fly screens has been in better repair then they wouldn't get in. No staff around so we had "find" them by going into the back of house areas. Another manager we "found" with better english told us we can order whatever we wanted, we just have to ask. No hospitality to speak of, no water on arrival or in the room, no drinks offered, no time given for dinner (we asked in the end). Dinner was a like horror movie. The power to the hotel went out and we eat "dinner" with torchlights which attracted every bug in the jungle. Of the 4 wines on the menu, they only had two. We couldn't see what meat we were eating so we gave up on it and went to bed where we were attacked by every species of mosquito there is. Breakfast the next day was ok, the staff are pleasant and try to make an effort but it's clear this place is not loved by the owners and the staff have to make the best job they can. We were meant to stay 4 nights, but left after one. The manager Gisele understood and stated "people either love this or hate it". She gave us our pre-dinner drinks and wine complimentary as a gesture which was nice of her under the circumstances. I wished I'd taken heed of an earlier review left by Adomino as it was an identical experience !! Stay in Iguazu town, the hotels are much nicer (we stated at the O2 Hotel) and the hospitality is lovely.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Paulo Coimbra wrote a review Sep 2019
Belo Horizonte, MG71 contributions9 helpful votes
My wife and I spent an extremely pleasant weekend at the very charming Casa Bemberg. It was very relaxing. The rooms were spacious and silent. Nice restaurant and library. Despite the rain, it was very good to be in contact with exuberant nature.
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Date of stay: September 2019
adomino wrote a review Jul 2019
Blairsville, Georgia32 contributions27 helpful votes
Intro: DO not ever use this provider or if you have already booked with them know they with treat you terribly and take 0 accountability while doing so. My wife and I booked our first 2-week vacation in 12 years, 4-5-star hotels and white glove service all the way was planned and achieved until we arrived at Posada (Casa) Bemberg. We are very flexible and experienced travelers so the review below is not an over reaction. This part of our journey was meant to be a glorious jungle adventure near Iguassu Falls in Argentina. After a 1.5-hour car ride (30 minutes being down a very dark pothole laden road) we arrived at the Posada Bemberg. The main gate was closed and where the Posada Bemberg should have been was pitch black. We identified another sign and drove to the Casa Bemberg (500m further down the road from the Posada Bemberg). Upon arrival, we were not greeted until after we had dragged our bags into the “lobby” where we were met by a younger member of staff. The lobby seemed ok (more on that later) and we were told dinner was being served (think Bed and Breakfast style). So, we said goodbye to our guide, and we took our bags up 2 flights of stairs to our room, which was unlocked. Instead of a WOW moment when we opened the door to our room, we got a sucker punch in the face. This place was a dump, a one-star Hostel at best. I have attached pictures as proof and for reference. It was very dark (we are in the middle of the jungle) and did not feel secure as there was either no door in some places or doors that did not close in others. Nothing appeared secure. We immediately went downstairs to meet the young staff member and asked her to call our guide from the hotel landline phone. There was no answer as there is no cell phone reception (remember, this is the jungle adventure)! We explained to the staff member what was happening, and she said that the Posada Bemberg was under “renovations” and all guests moved to the Casa Bemberg. When asked if anyone was notified about this switch, she said she did not “think so”. When we later talked to the 2 travel agencies that booked this part of the vacation for us, they confirmed they were never notified. Our trip to this point and after was perfect so I believe they were defrauded as well. There were only 2 other guests at the Casa Bemberg (that we could see). When we asked to speak with the manager/owner we were told he was unavailable (although we could hear him talking on the phone) and that there was nothing that could be done. The manager never spoke to us – even as we bolted the next morning (more on him later). So, we ate our dinner which was delivered in rapid fire fashion, and being honest, was not a bad meal. But, we were fed dinner with a “can’t wait to get you out of here” vibe. We continued to try and call our guide from the hotel landline phone without success, so we went up to further examine our room (room details below). About an hour after our arrival to the dump called Casa Bemberg and while we were lamenting our situation in our “room”, the lobby phone rings and rings and rings until it stops (never answered). Five minutes later, it happens again, rings and goes unanswered. I went downstairs to the “lobby” and called for assistance, loudly and no one was there. The staff had literally left the building. Think about that: You have arrived at a house fit for a horror movie, in the middle of the jungle, the doors are not closed or locked and there is no staff to be found? There were no numbers left to call anyone should there be a need/emergency and no phones in the room (ours). We were literally abandoned in the jungle by these creeps. So, I picked up their phone and hit re-dial. Sure enough, our guide had been the one trying to call. I informed her of the situation, she called her agency and confirmed that they had not been notified of the switch. Given the time of evening (midnight) and the fact that our guide and driver were at least 90 minutes away, my wife and I decided to push through the night and our guide and driver would meet us at 7am the next day to leave. The Room: Even in the dark of night, the room was disgusting. The lobby was old, musty and the furniture faded. The lobby was open to the outside air and the humidity of the jungle had taken its toll. Below are the details of the room: • Full sized bed – We had booked King rooms and suites for the entire vacation • No room key, until I asked for one at dinner and was taken to retrieve an actual key. The room where the keys are kept was not locked, even after the staff left (yes, I checked) • One little couch and one little chair, both dusty, moldy and with slip covers that were falling apart (see pic) • 3 lamps in the room that provided harsh lighting at best (see pic) • One main window with 2 broken panes and mold around the frame. 2 windows in the bathroom with mold around the frames and one that did not close. That window was so old and swollen it literally did not close! (see Pic) • Mold EVERYWHERE in the bathroom – Shower, sink, toilet, door frame, walls (see pic) • Cups for the bathroom had not been washed and there was toothpaste residue from a previous guest • Hairs in the shower (not ours)! • Door to bathroom was a clear glass door so there was NO privacy. There was a curtain, but you needed someone outside the bathroom to close it for you because of the set-up • Bathroom blind (to close off the doors to the crumbling patio) was moldy had a dead fly stuck to it (it was the cheap, plastic retractable kind). We had not pulled this blind down; it was already down and fly already there. (see pic) • Bathroom light was FULL of dead bugs (see pic) • In the light of day, we noticed a boot mark on the wall in the bedroom (see pic). Someone had used a hiking boot to try and kill a bug and no one had cleaned it. • There is plenty more but by now you get the point – Bottom line, we “slept” fully clothed Leaving the next morning: Our guide arrived at 7am and used the bathroom in the lobby. There was no toilet paper and it smelled of a sewer. I know this because she immediately came to our room after and told us about her experience. Once she was in the room, she was disgusted by the state of the place. She took a bunch of pictures as proof of the horrible conditions. When she confronted the owner/manager about the condition of the room and the broken windows, he asked her “How do you know the guests did not break the windows”? So, not only did he commit fraud with the bait and switch of buildings, notify NO ONE about the same, hide from his guests when he knew there was an issue, he tried to blame the room conditions on us! Are you kidding me? We saw him on the way out and he said nothing to us. He watched us walk out of his dump for house, exhausted, angry and feeling taken advantage of and he said nothing. The switch of locations was never mentioned by the owner or the staff and no apology given for that switch which, is a clear indicator that they knew what they were doing and trying to get away with it. FRAUD! I hope this review is helpful to someone before they go to either of these locations. I cannot comment on the Posada Bemberg as we never saw it. I can say that I would never use this chain again or recommend it to anyone given the fraudulent nature of how they run their business, the complete lack of accountability and total dishonesty about the room/location. They ruined one of our 12 nights and most of the next day (we had to find another hotel in Iguassu, get showered in locker rooms and started our only day at the falls 4 hours late). They should be embarrassed and ashamed, but they won’t be as given the state of the property and the treatment of their guests, they clearly do not care. Do not stay with them if you can avoid it and change your reservations if you have. At a minimum, call and confirm that if you have reserved the Posada Bemberg you are not going to the Casa Bemberg. The Casa Bemberg is dump!
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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SCM_TravellersTalk wrote a review Feb 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom41 contributions12 helpful votes
When visiting the wonderful Iguazu Falls we chose to stay here as an alternative to choosing somewhere in Puerto Iguazu and are so pleased that we did. When booking we were somewhat confused about whether the Casa and the Posada were interchangeable names for one place and it was only when we arrived that we established the difference. The Posada is in fact further into Puerto Libertad and at the time - February 2019 - all guests were staying at the Casa - down a long unmade road into what seems like the middle of nowhere! - as shown in the picture. It was a straightforward 40 mins taxi ride to the Iguazu Park and Falls. Casa Bemberg is a lovely old historic colonial style house with the feeling that one is a house guest in a private home - the rooms and en suite bathrooms are large - very traditional but very comfortable and the communal areas were relaxing, with hammocks on the covered balcony. The peaceful gardens and pool were so welcome and the view over the Parana river with Paraguay opposite is wonderful. We enjoyed a lovely trip on the river up to the deserted Yasi Falls. The staff were friendly and approachable with reasonable English. Guests are served a set menu which we felt was adequate but didn't match our expectations following some reviews we'd seen.
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Date of stay: February 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Friti88 wrote a review Jan 2019
Berlin, Germany38 contributions7 helpful votes
We’ve stayed at Casa Bemberg 4 nights and were completely fascinated by the unique setting of the hotel (very remotely located close to the Paraná river overlooking the river and the surrounding forrest). We ate three times dinner at the hotel for a reasonable price (in my point of view ~500 pesos), the food was plenty (típica cocina casera) and the quality was good. This place has so much history and special vibe that I’d recommend it to every nature lover to come out here and stay at this hotel. Yes you’ll get potentially a couple of mosquito bites at night outside (rooms are very well protected and we had zero issues while sleeping), and you’ll maybe be in touch with mother nature ... so if you don’t like that, go to a different hotel. Even though having a great time at the hotel, the management could do a couple of things to elevate the experience even further, but again we were super happy for being privileged to have experienced this hotel thus the 5 star rating. However if you expect a super luxurious hotel then don’t come, but if you want to experience nature in a nostalgic and special location definitely come out here! One comment though, rent a car when you stay here as the establishment is very remote and you’ll need to plan for a bit of commuting time to the major sights (approx. 45 min drive to the Argentine side of the falls).
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$106 - $164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Casa Bemberg
Which popular attractions are close to Casa Bemberg?
Nearby attractions include Minas Tierra Colorada (3.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Casa Bemberg?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at Casa Bemberg?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Casa Bemberg?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Casa Bemberg?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Casa Bemberg located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Puerto Libertad.
Are any cleaning services offered at Casa Bemberg?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Casa Bemberg?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and Portuguese.