x The average starting price for a place to stay in Puerto Iguazu is £48 per night.
Avenida Cordoba 264Excellent 93%
Avenida Posadas esquina con el Dorado Zona de GranAwesome 85%
Calle Mariano Moreno nº 16Great 83%
Guarani 70Very Good 78%
Av. Cordoba 158Very Good 76%
Uruguay 566, Puerto Iguazú, MisionesVery Good 75%
Av Victoria Aguirre 304Very Good 75%
bex76 We enjoyed our stay at Stop Hostel - very helpful, friendly and sociable staff who can organise tours for guests. Good breakfasts and facilities.
Ruta 12, Km 3.5Good 73%
clarkew Great place bar the location, it's a bit out of town for anyone wanting to walk about in the eves. Though local busses pass by easily enough and often. The advantage of being further out is they have so much more space, large pool area and massive dining room/bar. The room we had was fine once we figured out the funny key to make the electricity work thing. The biggest plus point is the amazing breakfast. It's like a buffet feast, just keep going back and filling up on toast, cereals, fruit, pastries, yogurt, juice etc. 4 Internet points, pool table, ticks all the boxes. helpful staff can give plenty of info on the falls and onward travel etc Good value
Ruta 12 -km 50 69%
am_hillgro Overall good. Only complaint the standard of thefood oredered off the menu was pretty poor, although I understand the cheap meals ate what's needed some of the food was just not edible . The breakfast Buffett was good though
Fray Luis Beltran N.1190 60%
Fray Luis Beltran 1160 59%
dazzamakin Really nice people who spoke english running the place. Warm, freindly and relaxing stay. English speakers a big advantage
32 Av. Misiones0 54%
El Mens 380 50%
archer15 Was good is all areas, but not amazing. Was perhaps let down by the seemingly indifferent staff. Barbeque was good value, despite running out of the all-you-can eat food.
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