Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Puerto Iguazu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to El Libertador, a nice option for travelers like you.
Rooms at El Libertador offer air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, a coffee shop, and a sun terrace are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to El Libertador, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Puerto Iguazu, El Libertador is located a short distance from Plaza San Martin (0.1 mi) and Santuario Jesus de la Divina Misericordia (0.3 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Panaderia Y Confiteria El Arbol Real, Sorveteria Freddo, and Lemon Grass Cafe-Bar, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Puerto Iguazu is also home to La Aldea Fortin M'Bororé, a popular historic site that is not too far from El Libertador.
El Libertador puts the best of Puerto Iguazu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Very good localization in the center Nice swimming pool and long chairs Buffet breakfast good but messy, little salty choice Room and bathroom good, cleaning staff very nice and fast Unsmiling, overwhelmed and uncooperative staff Reasonable value for money
Ok, the hotel is a bit old but nevertheless it is a great value for money. Staff was friendy and helpful. Room as well as bathroom were spacious and comfortable. WiFi worked perfectly in rooms and other hotel areas. We liked the swimming pool which was well maintained. Breakfest was great - wide range of food, fresh and tasty, actually it was the best breakfest during our trip to Argentina
The one star is for the staff, who we found very helpful but the hotel itself was so grotty. When we arrived very late there was no light in our bathroom. Hubby took the light from the dresser mirror to replace. The toilet didn't flush properly & the bidet was placec so close to the wall, you had to sit on it backwards or you couldn't use it. The furniture was old and dogeared. We were put in a room over some mechanical co traption outside that made a noise all night . You didn't want to look out of the barred windows. Breakfast was terrible, there was fresh fruit but most was tinned in syrup. Bananas were cut in half so the ends were going brown. Apples were all bruised and the oranges looked old and dry. There was a vast selection of sugary fatty pastries which I dont eat. The scrabled egg looked so sloppy (we were a little later for breakfast 9.30 on our 2nd day & there were no eggs at all) and I don't eat bacon. The table cloths were grubby. The whole place needs renovating. It was near to the bus station and lots of restaurants. Would never go back, it needs a lot of money spending on it. …
Staff was rude and unable to speak english when we check-in. (We later found that no single staff know english). Room was dirty with bad smell. Insufficient of lights make it even worse. COCKROACHES found in the room!!!!
Cleaningness was ok. Rooms ok but is way too hot everywhere. We booked a room with 2 beds and they gave us a king size instead. We had to take one elevator for one floor, then walk like 100mts and take another one for two more floors. No sense!
This hotel actually had a pretty high rating on hotels.com (but somehow none of the "good" reviews is visible??) and a very misleading picture with an attractive pool. Please take my advice (and few other people) and don't stay there! This is a dirty, falling apart place. We slept in our clothes and hoods on not to touch the blankets. One of the rooms had no AC and in the other one it was so loud it kept us up all night. The "food" is barely palatable and the bathroom made me want to not shower for 2 days. The guy making food and "drinks" at the bar had hands so dirty, we dropped everything into garbage and went to bed hungry. I strongly suggest booking a hotel "out of town" - they are much nicer and only slightly more expensive. (But much closer to the park!) It's a grimy, unpleasant town and I can't think of a good reason to stay anywhere there. I really wish I could post a video of how insanely loud our AC was. But yes there was a huge hole in the middle of our bathroom floor. Our strategy for the stay was to spend as many hours as possible away from that place, get drunk and pass out immediately when we finally had to go to bed. …
The room was bare, Tv tiny and you could only watch it from bed; the phone did not work for outside calls and the Front Desk would not allow you to use theirs (forget about offering to place it for you !) instead you were directed across the street to use payhones. The room did not have hairdryers and when we asked to borrow one (2 days on a row) they were out. Linen was soiled and the shower got flodded. The worst part was the Front Desk employee's demeanor: they never aknowledged there was a problem or apologized.
We were booked in here following La Sorgente's refusal to accept our booking. This is a large hotel near the town centre which is used primarily by tourist groups. The room was oddly laid out with a small television (only Spanish programmes) and a refrigerator in the middle of the room. The place lacked any storage space. Our room was on the ground floor and overlooked the swimming pool, but it mustn't be forgotten that you can be overlooked also. Te wi-fi didn't work in the room but did, however, in the bar area. Breakfast only consisted of a few pastries, no cold meats, cheese, fruit, etc. The only thing in it's favour is that it is opposite a taxi company and therefore easy to arrange for transport to either Brazil or Paraguay.
This hotel is located in the centre of Puerto Iguazu. It is quite big, with a restaurant where you also have breakfast. The breakfast buffet was ok. During the day you can order drinks and snacks for very reasonable prices. Nearby you also find some restaurants and cafés. The bus terminal is 5 minutes walk away, and in front of the hotel you find a taxi agency. A ride to the Argentinian side of the waterfalls takes 20 minutes, to the Brazilian side it is more like 30 minutes. You might also consider to go to Ciudad del Este (Paraguay), also a 30 min Taxi ride. I you want to do that make sure to arrive before 5pm, otherwise the market and shops will be closed. At first we intended to stay in the hotel for 2 nights and then go to the Brazilian side but it turned out to be a perfect place so we added one night and visited the Brazilian part of the waterfalls by bus. Our room was nice and spacious, with a big balcony facing a quiet street and a good bathroom. Wifi waas free but quite weak. The hotel has a large swimming pool situated in a surprisingly lush garden. Staff are friendly and eager to help. I highly recommend this place also because of its room rates, very good value!…
This is the biggest hotel in Iguazu but , unless you are desperately in need of a room , it is best you look elsewhere. This hotel is tied up with tour operators so any disparaging remarks I make will not affect their business at all . The room had an unpleasant odour and the toilet water dripped endlessly . Attempts by their maintenance guy failed to resolve the problem. The breakfast and dinner were limited and bland . You get better food at fast food outlets. It has a pool but you are better off lying on the sun chairs . My sympathy to tourists on package tours. Ice