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Residencial Lilian
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Reviewed October 9, 2013

We got the bus to Iguazu from Buenos Aires so it was really nice to just be able to walk the 2 or 3 streets over to get to the hotel.Given our sole purpose for being here was to see the Falls (both from Brazil and Argentina) and we were geting buses to see both, location was perfect!

A very welcoming reception with freindly staff. The central courtyard is beautiful and we had a room downstairs so sat out in the courtyard in the evenings before going out.

The room was clean and spacious enough. The bathroom was clean and very modern.

Breakfast was included in the rate and consisted of cofee, tea or hot cholotae and then a basket of breads and croissants on the table with jams. Perfect!

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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3  Thank GLMurray
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Reviewed April 15, 2013

We stayed for three (not consecutive) nights at this small hotel in Puerto Iguazu during our travels in the region. It is very conveniently located if you are travelling using buses as it is only 2 blocks away from the bus terminal and is located on a quiet residential street. It has an airy feel to it and the rooms are off a central courtyard which is kept very clean and the garden is well-looked after. We had a standard twin room which was smallish but spotlesslessly clean. The furnishings and furniture were a bit dated however. The bathroom had a wetroom style shower which worked fine. Being in a residential area we had a quiet night's sleep. Breakfast was bread with jams or cheese and coffee/tea and juice which was just adequate. The staff were quiet and generally reserved but were quite friendly and helpful whenever we wanted anything. I did feel that the staff kept a close eye on the comings and goings of the hotel and consequently I felt far happier about leaving valuables in the room here compared with other hotels that I stayed in. Though the hotel is on a quiet residential street there are plenty of restaurants and cafes within 5 minutes walking distance away. It's a good place if you are looking for a clean, safe place to stay without too many frills.

Room Tip: The superior rooms are on the second floor and have their own balcony
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Gareth H
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Reviewed April 13, 2013

We stayed a couple of nights at Hotel Lilian to see the falls at Iguazu before traveling on to Paraguay. We also stayed there another night on our way back to Rio.

The hotel was very convenient for the bus station, though located in a quiet, residential street a couple of blocks away from 'downtown'. We found that there was a good selection of restaurants within less than ten minutes walking.

The staff at the desk were friendly and welcoming. The rooms are ranged around a shady courtyard with flowering shrubs growing at its centre.

Our room was spotlessly clean, smelt fresh and was cool. The furnishings and decoration was slightly faded but that made no difference to our enjoyment. We had twin beds with plenty of room to keep our ruck-sacks around without over crowding the space. The bathroom was small, with a wet-room style shower. However, it was easily big enough and a squeegee had been provided so we could easily dry out the bathroom after each time we showered.

Breakfast was in the breakfast room, which formed part of the large, sunny reception space. Breakfast itself was a bit basic but perfectly adequate: coffee and tea cups were replenished as often as we needed. Plenty of bread was placed on the table and we were each given a plate with cheese and cold meat. Plenty of jam, soft cheese and dulce de leche were offered in small, individual cartons.

If you enjoy smart hotels with carpeted hallways and over atentive staff then this is not the place for you. If though, you enjoy travelling from place to place whilst on holiday and need a safe, clean and reasonably priced hotel to stop off at for a few days then this you could do a lot worse.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Ifan J
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Reviewed February 11, 2013

We stayed 3 days at this "Hotel". Although it has more the feeling of a residence the rooms on the first floor (superior) are very large, clean and comfortable. The location is good, 5 minutes walk from the bus station and from the restaurants/bars. The only downside was the sad breakfast and to have to pay in cash only.

Room Tip: first floor - superior. Just a but more but much better!!
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank HolHolHol
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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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