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This place is simply magical. I would recommend to any age group. They need to pave the road into the hotel, its very bumpy. But, it honestly kind of adds to the authenticity of the place.
an oasis in a wild jungle ,a combination between nature and modern design.Ten points no
Attentive staff. Excellent room. Natural setting away from town. Food was very overpriced for level of quality. Water dirty. Needs more filtering.
you can resume this hotel in one word .... wonderfull just the taxi to get there is expensive compared by other city (BA)
The location is great. I wouldn't want to stay at the Sheraton as it is run down and in the middle of the jungle! Loi suites is much more beautiful with great views and fantastic pool area. Also the breakfast is regal. Fantastic! The staff is extremely courteous WIFI in the room is extra charge Bar and Restaurant service is EXTREMELY slow. On multiple occasions and with different waiter I had to wait 20-30 (!!!) minutes for a cocktail to come out
Beautiful setting with wonderful pool.
The hotel is perfect. A nice place with excelent services. Nothing is bad at this hotel.
Friendliness of the staff! No!
The location and the facilities are great, very good breakfast and nice staff. Brand new hotel in the middle of the jungle. The restaurant menu was a little bit poor for dinner but with very good meals.
The location is absolutely marvelous, and the rooms (we had one with balcony) are great (very spacious). The setup of the hotel is very nice. Ask for Wilson (or Laura, his wife) if you need a taxi driver. An absolutely lovely couple for driving you around and they know a lot about the surroundings.Although we did not use the spa, it had a very nice atmosphere and it looked great. Unfortunately the food was of very bad quality and the hotel is desperately in need for a manager in charge of the restaurants who can train the staff in efficiency (after all it's a very luxury hotel...). Nevertheless the staff was very friendly. Better go for dinner to the village. Ask Wilson the taxidriver to show you the restaurants.(we liked Bocamorra, nice location at the river). The swimmingpools were not clean enough and were not maintained during the day, which was necessary as there were all kind of trees (in and) around the pool; a lot of leaves and insects fall into the water during the day). Be in time at the pool if you want to sunbath, as there are not enough beds when the hotel is full.
We were very pleassed with the warmth of the whole staff. We felt very comfortable and looked after. And of course it is placed in outstanding natural environment. If traveling with old people, with any walking problem it may be difficult to move inside the hotel because it is divided in blocks with rock sidewalks, bridges, steps, etc. Or you should ask for a room in the first block
Very well appointed hotel in a great location, deep in the rain forest (if that appeals). Some way from the Falls on the Argentine side which could be a consideration if arriving at the Brasil side airport, with as a result no accessible choice on where to eat apart from the hotel.
location. outdated and expensive for an angentinian hotel.
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.
Great location inside Iguazu park.
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.
Hotel needs upgrade . Too expensive fir the hotel conditions
one-of-a-kind location, friendly staff,
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.
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.
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.
nice location, inside the park, get to enjoy the fall one hour before other tourist arrive. The hotel is over price, next time will stay outside the park for 70% less and stay longer, enjoy more days in Iguazu Falls.
First class. exceptional place and one of a kind inside the park. Expensive, and during a big storm the rain came into the room from the balcony.