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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I spent three wonderful days staying at the beautiful and luxurious Belmond Hotel inside the Brazilian Iguazu Falls Park. From this excellent hotel one can walk just a few feet and stand at the guard rail to view many of the Iguazu Falls. As the sunset we walked to the rail and took a memorable photo and then walked back for an excellent dinner in the fine Hotel Restaurant. The hotel staff helped us arrange a tour to the Argentinian side of the Falls, plus a tour of the impressive ITAIPU Hydro-Electric Dam and an exciting River Boat ride by and under the Falls. We highly recommend this excellent world class Hotel.

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank TampaBayJeff
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It’s all about the location.
Iguazu is amazing but what is not amazing are the thousands of tourists everywhere that block you from enjoying the falls in peace.

Staying in the Belmond, which is inside the Brazilian side of the falls, means that you have the falls to yourself before the public rushes in at 9am onwards.

This makes it all worthwhile - cost and all. I considered the similar Grand Melia hôtel on the Argentinian side but to be honest, seeing it from this side is way better so it was a good choice to choose the Belmond.

The hotel itself is lovely with a Portuguese heritage and a very nice Brazilian warm hospitality wherever you are.

The bar and bar staff are outstanding as are the restaurants. Yes it is expensive, but given the unique location, they could charge more and would do so elsewhere.

My only gripe is around the terrible wifi throughout the hotel which makes doing the odd email very difficult.

Also they try to rope you into hotel transfers to the airport - skip that and take a taxi as it is 1/3 of the price.

A very memorable place to stay.

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Traveled solo
Thank 463jackm
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Love hotel in a brilliant location within easy walking distance to the Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls. Expensive restaurants & drinks as I have learnt with all Belmond hotels I have stayed at. nice room. Big pool

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank StuartM999
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful and accommodating in the midst of the falls. We never expected such a relaxed and pleasant stay so close to the falls. When all the tour buses leave, you can still walk to the bottom of the falls - definitely one of the highlights of our trip!

Date of stay: January 2020
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Nomad18654656007
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

After extensive research about where to stay in Iguazu the overriding advice from people who had been several times was 'you have to stay in this hotel' - whatever the cost.

And they were kind of right. The fact you are in the park and have the falls to yourself in the mornings and evenings is priceless. OK, perhaps the price is a little on the steep side, especially as the hotel was pretty much empty for two of our three nights - but it was high, high season.

It's fabulous. And not at all intimidating as one might fear for a hotel of this calibre in such a location. The staff are cheery, helpful and super professional.

The taxi to the Argentina side booked by the eternally patient concierge team was a stress-free way to do that part of the falls.

The only minors for us were the lack of any printed information about the hotel - didn't realise there was a spa until we were leaving - and lack of access to bottled water. You get a small bottle a day per person and can order more from the bar, which never materialised. Ironically we were in a giant natural water park and dehydrating. A little shop with day-to-day bits and pieces would be great. Needed aftersun, for example. No chance.

Not having information about restaurant opening times and maps and so on was a bit low-level stressy - it's available online for environmental reasons, which is admiral but if they are that serious about keeping up with environmental trends they really ought to have vegan options in the restaurants.

Small gripes, great place. Go! It is the only place to stay if you want the falls for yourself - and sometimes there are so many visitors it almost impossible to get out on the viewing platforms.

Overall an unforgettable experience for all the right reasons and will definitely go back at the drop of a hat. I can add my tuppenny to my advisers into the mix now - you have to stay here.

Date of stay: January 2020
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank Didrick
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