location with a beautiful garden and swimming pool. nice host but you need to take a taxi to go downtown and back which makes the staying there more expensive.
our room was tiny, hot and quite shabby.
the food prepared by marie vas nothing special and quite expensive compared to restaurants. but we we had to accept it not to go downtown and pay the taxi.
By the way, you can go to Iguazù fall by Bus paying only 40 pesos and not the 600 asked by any taxidriver. The bus station is just in the centre of Port de Iguazù
Surprised to see the positive reviews. We had a very disappointing stay. On arrival the locks on the rooms faulty and with some resistance from Marie we agreed on a room with a working lock.
The room was however very dirty and needed a deep clean. Bathroom drainage wasn't sufficient and as a result water remained on the floor and caused damp in the bedroom.
We were looking forward to using the pool after returning from the falls but found it was unusable as not cleaned in some time with rotting leaves.
The breakfast was adequate but nothing special. Location is ok - but not really waking distance into the town centre and will cost 80R for a taxi.
Overall the accommodation is far too expensive and delivers very poor value for money. My tip would be to avoid this place and stay in Brazil where the standard is higher and accommodation cheaper. Getting across the boarder is quick and easy.
Marie, your host, is very lovely and provides loads of information about the Iguazú region. The breakfast was tasty and nutritious, a perfect start for your trip to the Iguazú falls! Marie also prepares dinner when asked for. The room was spacious and light-flooded. The garden (with a pool!) is perfect for having a glass of wine and a relaxing evening after visiting the falls.
If you're not looking for a fancy five-star hotel with piccolos, pool and roomservice this could very well be your place to stay during your visit to Iguazu.
We stayed here for three nights and were very satisfied. Marie, who owns the place, is very down to earth and very helpful. One night, my wife and I were the only persons at the hotel around dinner time, so she cooked a delicious meal and served a candlelight dinner for us by the pool. Very cool.
The rooms are basic, but fine. We had a doublebed, queen size I think, and an extra single bed, where we could put all our stuff.
There's also a pool in the garden but we didn't use it.
The place is a long walk from the centre of the town (which is very touristy!), so we took a taxi when going to and from the hotel. I don't remember the cost, but it wasn't expensive.
One morning we got a ride from the hotel to the centre of the town with the man who delivers bread to Marie. Nice guy!
By the way: We saw the waterfalls from both the Argentinian side and the Brazilian side. If you only have one day, choose the Argentinian side. You see a lot more from that side.
The place is beautiful! The rooms are basic but that is fine because there are very cosy areas outside to hang out. Marie cooked us a very nice dinner which we had outside, at the pool area. She also was very thoughtful. The place is a bit outside city, but as we were by car it was no problem at all.