Ideally situated in the heart of the Iguazú National Park, Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa combines a beautiful landscape with friendly service, comfortable style, and great quality. We are within walking distance of some of nature's finest creations, from the spectacular Iguazú Falls, voted one of the New7Wonders of Nature, to the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Gorge). You’ll find a wide array of activity opportunities as well as incomparable views. Enjoy a private balcony and the exclusive Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed in our 168 guest rooms and eight suites. Meeting and convention facilities are ready to welcome up to 800 people, with 850 square meters of space available including a ballroom and separate foyer area for receptions. For a relaxing start or end to the day, try out our new spa. With five indoor boxes, four outdoor tents, one internal box for couples, and a Vichy shower, we have something for everyone. Spacious Zen relaxing areas, a sauna, steam room, whirlpool, modern and fully-equipped gym, as well as indoor and outdoor rooms for Yoga, Pilates, and stretching will also help you relieve stress and recharge. Close to the Paraguayan and Brazilian frontiers, we are just 10 kilometers from Puerto Iguazú International Airport (Argentina), 50 kilometers from Foz do Iguassu International Airport (Brazil), and 20 kilometers from the city of Puerto Iguazú. Come visit us at Sheraton Iguazú Resort & Spa – a one-of-a-kind vacation destination.
Location, location and location. The only hotel within he Argentina side of the park
The hotel knows they have you - the food is awful, facilities old and even the store sells cash only while selling fake handbags and Oreos. Unless you usually sell LV bags next to Pert Plus.
one-of-a-kind location, friendly staff,
Like they say in real estate -- location location location. The park was extremely busy the day we arrived even at closing time. The next morning, however, we were able to enter the park before the public arrived. It was wonderful to walk the trails and enjoy the scenery (instead of standing in lines of people taking "selfies"). The Sheraton is expensive, yes. But the bed was comfortable and the pool area was very nice.
The price of the hotel! But I made the choice so we could stay in the park. We also had a language barrier when we ordered our meal. Still, we enjoyed looking at the falls on the balcony as we struggled to make our meal choice understood.
The location is fantastic both for the views and the start of all the trails. The staff were all very helpful. There is a travel desk in the hotel and the main park reception is only a short walk, making it easy to organise activties. The pool was really nice.
Remember your sunblock and bug spray when out on the trails. The hotel is more expensive than others of a similar quality in Argentina but you are paying for the location.
The view from our room was magnificent and this is what you come for after all. Although this hotel is expensive, it is well worth it on this basis. If you can go when there is a full moon, there are night walking tours of the falls which must be fantastic.
A pity the musician in the restaurant found it necessary (although they maybe they were requests) to play Beatles and Frank Sinatra on the local harp - otherwise his playing of the music of the area was great.
The location was great. It was the only lodging within the park. You can get an early start on seeing the falls, before the masses of tourists arrive.
The entire hotel needs an interior renovation. The rooms were dated and tired looking and were equivalent of a 3.5 star hotel.
Great location inside Iguazu park.
The view of the room: facing the waterfalls.
Right in the national park, excellent breakfast and fantastic view of the falls from our room.
Water temp in shower would change suddenly from hot to cold and back again.
The hotel has a good location as it is in the park. It is a very good hotel, the rooms are very good and hotel has lots of amenities. The restaurant is very expensive, cheaper option is to have something off the bar menu. Enjoyed our stay.
the place in the site of iguasu
It was very disapointing to be in the area of the national park and to have not access to the park at the time when the other tourists have left. The food was absolutely inacceptable, very expansive and bad prepared
location, clean and large rooms, food
hotel architecture and the canteen atmosphere in the restaurant
The breakfast buffet was outstanding. The view of the Falls from the room was spectacular. The pool was very good.