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It would be a shame to travel all the way to Brazil, and then further within Brazil to reach the Iguaçu falls, to miss out on the only hotel within the Brazilian side of the national park (there's only one on the Argentinian side too)....More
My husband and I have a very charming relax at Hotel Das Catarats. Our room was extremely clean and very comfortable. We visited the Iguazú Falls from the Brazilian and the Argentinian site. After visiting the fall we came back to our hotel and we...More
Most amazing location. Only hotel perched on top, in the middle of acres of forest. At its foot lies a section of Iguazu fall.
Hotel offers all types of facilities. Amazing selection for breakfast. Even had honey from a beehive. Big heated pool. Enjoyed the...More
This is definitely one of the best places I’ve ever stayed in, I regret booking only 2 nights. From the very beginning Augusto made us feel like the most special guests, and we got an unexpected birthday room upgrade which was amazing. The whole hotel...More
The only hotel within the National Park on the Brazilian side of the falls (at the start of the trail). Most importantly, by staying here you are able to access the falls before the tour buses arrive (9AM). The restaurant was incredible for dinner (had...More
Oh, please! Don’t skip the Brazilian side of the falls due to the visa formalities. Yes the bank statements, etc seem overkill but those are the rules. Fraud potential....deal with the risk. There is NO reason to visit... More
Oh, please! Don’t skip the Brazilian side of the falls due to the visa formalities. Yes the bank statements, etc seem overkill but those are the rules. Fraud potential....deal with the risk. There is NO reason to visit Iguazu if you can’t see it in both Brazil and Argentina. Period.