Apr 23, 2019 - Apr 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Situated in the Argentine province of Misiones, the Iguassu Falls are the largest waterfall system in the world. While many tourists travel to see the falls as well as the beautiful river scenery that goes along with it, there are other places you may want to see on your trip to the area. Some stops you may want to make include the Selv Iryapu La Reserva, the Hito de Lad Tres Fronte, Puerto Igauazu, Casino Igauazu, and Safaris de la Selva.
Whether you are going for a rafting adventure at the Iguassu Falls, or simply want to hike and take some time to enjoy the natural beauty of the river, Skyscanner can find you the accommodations that you want for the price you can afford, By using Skyscanner’s hotel search tool you can narrow down your hotel choices by the price you want to pay, the amenities you need, and the hotel star rating.
There are two primary areas in Iguassu Falls where you will find hotel accommodations. The first area is where the Parana River and Iguazu River intersect off of Highway 12. You can also find a lot of hotels east of the Parana River towards Highway 277.
While there are a few cheaper hotel accommodations in Iguassu Falls, most of the accommodations are on the moderated to high end in terms of price. You will most likely pay somewhere between $80 and $300 per room per night depending on the star level and time of year.
With a lot of high-end hotels located in the area, you can find some unique amenities including full-service salons and spas, upmarket lodging, themed pools, fine dining options, sports courts, on-site lakes, tennis courts, and in-room Jacuzzis.
If you are planning a romantic vacation getaway, Iguassu Falls has accommodations any couple would want. You can find resort hotels with romantic waterfall views, in-room hot tubs, couples massage services, private bungalows, and romantic fine dining options.
Iguassu Falls is a resort style town and is home to many types of luxury accommodations sure to fit anyone’s needs or desires. If you are looking for 4 or 5-star hotels, you can book your stay at one of the hotels listed below.
The Cataratas do Iguazú gets 6 stars (but I can only give 5)! They are countless and marvelous, powerful and awe-inspiring. You'll get so close to some of the waterfalls that you'll get drenched (and you'll love it)! You can even ride a raft under the falls if you're more adventurous. The sleepy town of Puerto Iguazú itself is a mix of humble dwellings and hotels that are a varied economical, luxury, eco-friendly, and a mix of all three. At the edge of town, you'll find Tres Fronteras (Three Borders), where the waters of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay meet. Oh, and in this sleepy little town, you'll also find the most delicious little shop for empanadas and cochillo: La Misionera.
IGUAZU The falls of Iguazu are falls of the Iguazu River on the border of Argentine and Brazil. The falls divide the river into the upper and lower Iguazu. Approximately half of the river flows falls into a long and narrow chasm called “Garganta del Diablo” - The Devils Throat.
Puerto Iguazu is the town on the Argentinian side of the Cataratas de Iguazu. I highly recommend staying here, as the Argentinian side of the falls is much more interesting than the Brazilian side, which is best for panoramic pictures
Yes it actually is Niagara Falls on steroids. Wear comfy shoes and spend the entire day. Amazingly beautiful and spectacular.