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Reviewed January 7, 2013

I stayed here 3 nights whilst visiting the Iguazu falls, this was booked by my agent and having read the reviews was not expecting much.
The room was small but clean however the bed covers were stained and very tired.
The bathroom was quite small and all you get is a bar of soap. However the room is equipped with air conditioner.
The curtains are inadequate and lets light in at night.
The wall mounted TV was very small which made viewing a bit difficult.
The hotel is close to the resturants making it a convienent location.
There is no wifi in the rooms, breakfast is a basket of mostly dried breads and underbaked crossiant, juice and coffe or tea. There is a charge for hot water for flasks.
Although the reviews mostly say the staff are unhelpful i found them just quiet and indifferent.
The rooms are however very expensive for what you get due to the fact this is Iguazu!!!
If you are mostly out during the day and eating out at night and just need a place to sleep then this is adequate.
If you are after comfort, nice surroudings etc.. then this is not the place for you.

Room Tip: Lower level rooms get a lot of light from the courtyard.
  • Stayed: December 2012, traveled solo
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Thank Tayo I
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Reviewed April 1, 2012

we stayed 4 nights and it was a very good price option (double 240 arg. pesos per room). rooms are very clean, not so big (you can get bigger rooms for 280 arg.pesos), but enough space for us. You dont spend a lot of time in the room when you are in Iguazu. people very friendly & helpful.
Breakfast ok -> normal argentinian breakfast (corissants, bread, tea, coffe, juice, 7-9.30am)
just 5minutes to walk to bus terminal for al busses to falls (arg. & brazil side). Free Wifi in the reception-restaurant Area and also old computer which guests can use, works well.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank Wuscheli
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Reviewed February 7, 2012

I didn`t have any reservation for a stay in Puerto Iguazu, so had to find accommodation on arrival. Some of the places were full. Hotel Lilian had vacancies, was inexpensive, looked clean and had a convenient location not far from bus station and town center. Moreover, it was recommended by Lonely Planet guidebook which helped me organize my travel in Argentina. We stayed at an economy room. It was small room and had access and a small window looking on the patio. No other window were, so a room looked rather dark. Nevertheless, it was comfortable, clean, with hot shower and toilet. In the morning simple breakfast was served in a vestibule cafe. Hotel staff was hospitable and helpful. We could left our luggage till our night bus there while were admiring famous Iguazu Falls by day.
I would like to recommend this hotel to other visitors to Iguazu as a simple but comfortable accommodation.

  • Stayed: March 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Aleksandr550
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Reviewed April 16, 2011

I stayed 4 nights at the lilian hotel. Initial impressions were not so good, the building looks "tired" as do the rooms and the staff are quiet.

However, Puerto Iguazu has some pretty ropey hotels and hostels by all accounts, and prices are high compared to other Argentine locations, so after a couple of nights, lilian did not seem like such a bad option.

the rooms are clean, and have air conditioning. While the beds are not the most comfortable, the linen was clean and the towels were changed daily. Breakfast is average - bordering on poor. You get a basket of bread / toast / croisant but it is not the freshest selection. However, it is edible and not as bad as some reviews would make you believe.

My room was on thelower floor and there was a lot of light from thecourtyard during the night, which was distracting when trying to get to sleep.

The location is good, a couple of blocks from the bus station and the neighbourhood was safe (if a little dark at nights).

It turned out the staff are in fact helpful and friendly, they're just quiet.

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled solo
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1  Thank dansilhan
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Reviewed March 7, 2011

My husband and I stayed at Hotel Lilian for 2 nights in a standard double room. The only word to describe this hotel is basic. However the basics are well covered. The beds are comfortable, the air conditioning is modern and quiet, the room and bathroom is spotless and there is lots of hot water (although it does take awhile for the hot water to reach your room if you are on the far side of the hotel). The courtyard garden is well maintained and a very pleasant place to sit and read. It meets all expectations for a hotel at this level.

It is very conveniently located about 2-3 blocks from the main bus station but still very quiet. The staff are helpful and friendly although we didn't require much. There is one computer with internet access that says the cost is $2AR an hour, but we were not charged. They also offer same day laundry service. Breakfast is your generic bread, croissant with jam or cheese, but the bread seems to be fresh as do the croissants.

The superior rooms while larger with a balcony, are not worth it at the moment because there is construction going on across the street, which is what you would be looking out onto from the balcony.

All in all, if you are looking for an inexpensive hotel that provides you with a nice and clean place to stay for a night or two while you explore the falls this is a great choice.

  • Stayed: February 2011, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Mauligirl
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