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Loi Suites Iguazu
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All reviewsbeautiful hotelhanging bridgestropical forestmain restaurantseparate showerrain showerstar hotelpool barvisiting the fallsrooms are spaciousgreat showerin townrestaurant staffwould highly recommend this hotelthe main roadstayed two nightstaxi ride
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Reviewed April 8, 2013

The pool was incredible, the rooms were comfortable and the location couldn't be beat to get to Iguazu but also have an oasis for recovering from sight seeing. We went on a trip with a big group, so checking in was busy, but they got us our room fairly quickly and in the mean time we had a spot to change into some pool gear so we could relax while our room was prepped.

The drinks by the pool were very good and we really liked the restaurant as well. The dessert, chocolate lava cake, was one of the best lava cakes anyone had ever had!

Our only snag in the dinner was that the hotel would not put a tip on our room bill or credit card and couldn't break our larger bills initially until we insisted that these were the only options and then they were able to make change. It felt a little like they were trying to take advantage of us as tourists, but ultimately the situation was fixed.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 7, 2013

We stayed at Loi suites for 4 nights as the final stop on our Argentinian honeymoon. It is a fantastic place to escape and do nothing but relax for a while. The pool is beautiful - gorgeous setting amongst the trees with butterflies and dragonflies fluttering around freely whilst you lounge around on the comfortable sun loungers.
We stayed in a junior suite with deck - the room was great. Very big, comfortable, air conditioned, huge bathroom. Spacious enough to just hang out in on a lazy day. We didn't use the deck at all really - not the best view (overlooking some trees, which gives you a good jungle setting from the room itself), didn't get much sunlight and was a haven for mosquitoes!
We went to the Namasthe spa twice - once to use the jacuzzi / steam room (which you need to book and pay for as additional, but you get the room private to yourself which is a nice romantic treat), and once for a deep tissue massage (ouch, but very good). Whilst the spa is lovely and relaxing (smells and looks great), don't look too closely at the fixtures and fittings as there are a few untidy edges e.g. loose wiring in light fittings, and I managed to cut my toe on an exposed sharp corner on the floor of the jacuzzi.
We ate most days in the Tiki Bar. Average service and food quality, but not extortionate pricing considering it is a hotel (c.80 to 100 pesos for a main course). Cocktails were very good. On our last night we ate in the restaurant - bife de lomo dish was great (c.140 pesos). Wine was average - think you need to splash out a bit more to get the good stuff. Room service menu is very limited and expensive, so eat in the restaurants if you don't fancy venturing outside the hotel. Breakfast is OK - nothing special, not a huge range.
No free wifi in the rooms (you can pay extra to log on in your room if you want) but there is free wifi in all the communal areas, so you can browse the internet in the beautiful lofty lobby area or whilst chilling out by the pool / in the restaurants. In a way, it's quite good not having wifi in the rooms - you can fully escape and disconnect from the outside world!
The wooden bridges that connect the modules in the hotel are worth a mention - a great quirky feature.
Overall, this is a lovely hotel in the jungle to escape to (and easy distance to Iguazu Falls for day trips) but it lacks atmosphere and soul to some extent, and the quality of service could be improved.

Room Tip: Junior suites are nice and plenty big enough - don't bother with a deck unless you really want one.
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 27, 2013

We spent two nights at this hotel on our recent trip to the Iguazu falls. The architects have taken great pains to preserve the natural setting and tat least one of the swinging rope bridges is built around a living tree. All this is very picturesque but if you have difficulty walking, it's not much fun. The room we had was large and quite well appointed and the bathroom had a separate shower stall as well as a large bathrub. We used the shower because it was more practical than soaking in a hot bath in tropical weather. But the drainage in the shower stall was slow while the water pressure was good, so the result was that we found ourselves standing in a two inch deep pool at the end of our shower. We brought the problem to the attention of the hotel staff but the fault had still not been addressed the next day. One glaring omission in the room and bathroom was the lack of facial tissues. We thought that this was an oversight by housekeeping but when we enquired at the front desk, we were told that we would have to pay if we wanted to have a box of tissues. We decided to do without but I would have thought that at the rates they charge at this hotel, facial tissues should surely not be an optional item. Maintenance at the hotel leaves something to be desired. Apart from the poor drainage in the shower, the lifts also needed attention. One of the two lifts taking us to our rooms was out of order when we first arrived but by the next evening, both lifts were not running.
There was no internet access in the room but we could get online in the lobby. The hotel boasts a rather large swimming pool but this was crowded in the late afternoon - so much for the tranquil setting that we saw when we first checked in. The breakfast buffet consisted of a large selection of pastries, cold meats, cereals and fruit but the restaurant was crowded and service was perfunctory, at best. The dinner restaurant was better because it was quieter and the food was of a higher quality.
In general, although the hotel itself is beautiful, don't count on a quiet and relaxing stay. The feeling one has is that this is a hotel catering to large tourist parties, hence the disorder and the noise at breakfast and when the large groups return after visiting the falls. I would not recommend this hotel to my friends.

Room Tip: If you have difficulty walking, forgo walking on the rope bridges and ask for a room closer to the lobby
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed March 22, 2013

At first I was upset to be so far away from the town of Puerto Iguazu, Loi Suites is a good 5k from town on dirt roads set deep in the jungle nestled right up against the river. Then after seeing the town, I realized we made a very good choice. The town is pretty much non-existent and there's no reason to go in, so you might as well stay at this hotel which feels like it's in the jungle.
It does feel a bit like a resort with a very nice pool setup and tiki bar, which is where most everyone hangs out.
To us it didn't feel that much like Argentina, but we still had a very nice time and it's fun walking from unit to unit on their suspension bridges amidst jungle and butterflies. The hotel is very self contained so like many resort style places you can charge almost everything to your room which makes it very easy to stay there. The flip side of that is that you know you're paying way too much for everything as well.

A couple of things I didn't like:
- no mosquito nets in the rooms
- free internet in the lobby, but not in the rooms
- the hotel does not have an atm.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank inempyrean
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Reviewed March 22, 2013

We stayed 2 nights in one of the more expensive suites and liked the hotel but not the personell - we had contact with rather unfriendly and not service-oriented persons.
Taxis from one company come per agreement to the rather remotely lying hotel. We had a very friendly and service-oriented driver ("Freddy") who knows the area very well and has a great attitude as almost guide (advice about different ways to get to the falls/ prices etc.)
We will recommend him!

  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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