I was here with my fiancée and found it completely acceptable for what it was. I've rated it on that basis. We were paying 150/night so weren't expecting luxury and decided on this over the Sheraton to save some money since we spent much more during other parts of the vacation.
The continental breakfast was good, the rooms were clean, and staff was friendly. The rooms themselves are pretty basic but they have A/C and are clean. Nothing to really complain about. Location is fine. There's a bank machine and some restaurants nearby, but honestly, you're not going to Iguazu because it's a nice city. There's really not much there except for the falls, which is a bit surprising given the volume of tourists that must pass through it.
I wouldn't normally pay 150/night for a place like this but Iguazu is a huge tourist hub and it's pretty much the best you can do without spending more. Sheraton is 300+/night and many of the rooms there aren't much better (some are renovated but not all).
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- We have 30 bedrooms with sommiers, Bright decors and innovative, tv 32 inch LCd in bedrooms, security box, hairdryer, splits air conditioning , national phone calls and international, free wireless Internet Wi Fi, staff speaking english. ... more less
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