Best hotels and hostels in Iguazú Falls

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    Boutique Hotel de la Fonte

    The mark of a good hotel is constant improvement, and this place adds great features so fast we can barely keep up. It's a secluded, enchanting spot, featuring characterful, individually decorated rooms and suites around a tree-filled courtyard garden that is romantically lit at night. One of the welcoming owners is an architect, and it shows in the numerous small decorative touches and artistic design. Outdoor hot tubs, a saltwater pool and all-over style and elegance are other attractive features. The other owner is a chef who runs the town's best restaurant on-site, so you're in luck there too. A standout.

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    La Cantera Iguazú

    Nestled in forest 1.5km off the falls road, this intimate lodge has appealing 'tierra' rooms with mosquito-proof balconies in wooden buildings, some with trees growing through them. Upper-level 'jungle' rooms offer better views and have hammocks. Cheaper 'forest' rooms are less rustic, while harmonious wooden 'villa' rooms sleep four and have balcony Jacuzzis. Good pool area and excellent service. A series of wireless routers deliver high-speed internet throughout the property. A forest walk with a Guaraní guide is included and transportation service to both sides of the falls can be organized.

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    Jasy Hotel

    Original and peaceful, these 10 two-level rooms, with a great design for family sleeping, climb a hill like a forest staircase and are all equipped with a balcony gazing over plentiful greenery. Artful use of wood is the signature; you’ll fall in love with the bar and deck area. Prepare to stay longer than planned. There's a decent restaurant open evenings.

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    Loi Suites

    Spectacularly set in the jungle, yet just a few kilometers from town, this giant complex has several buildings connected by walkways. It’s decorated in a relaxed country style and features a huge tree-surrounded, triple-pool area as its highlight. Rooms are spacious and comfortable; upgrade to a balcony for bird watching opportunities. There's a spa complex too. Online prices are usually lower.

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    Iguazú Jungle Lodge

    A little corporate in feel, but with a secluded ambience, considering its comparatively central location, this hotel offers spacious, well-equipped accommodations with quality beds and jungle balconies in a resort-style complex surrounding a large pool. Some come with lounge and kitchen. Staff are multilingual and very helpful. It's a great option for families, with a games room and suites. Good on-site restaurant.

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    Secret Garden Iguazú

    Down the back of a garden full of birds and greenery is a bungalow with three spacious, enchanting rooms at this welcoming off-track B&B. Crosscut timber furniture and well-selected nature prints make for a relaxing environment. Breakfast and afternoon tea are standout moments, featuring homemade jams, chutneys and banana bread. Both host and staff are helpful, making this a fabulously personalized stay.

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    Hotel La Sorgente

    Life couldn’t be easier at this hotel, set around a verdant garden – if you can’t face the long walk around the pool, take the bridge across it. Attractively remodeled and spacious, if a little dark, rooms surround it. Breakfast, served in the authentic Italian restaurant, gets the seal of approval, too. The only downside is the tiny showers. Cheaper if you pay cash.

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    Iguazú Grand

    Don’t let the tacky ads for the attached casino put you off this place, just short of the bridge to Brazil. It’s a huge upmarket complex, classically decorated, with a variety of excellent rooms, pretty grounds, a great pool, spa (included) and a top restaurant. Facilities are first class, and children are made very welcome. Good deals on the website.

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    Bambú Hostel

    A popular choice close to the bus station, this well-run hostel has friendly staff and a social vibe. Accommodations are just OK for the price: private rooms are comfortable but fairly plain and the dorms are a bit tight for space. However, there's an excellent, loungy street-side bar that is the perfect place to hang out in the evenings.

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    Posada del Jacarandá

    Harmonious rooms, a terrific attitude toward guests, gleaming polished floors and a peaceful ambience make this a worthwhile midrange choice in the quiet streets to the southeast of town. There's a pretty pool area, above-average breakfast and attractive use of wood throughout. More than the sum of its parts.

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    125 Hotel

    With a fine location, a social vibe and friendly staff, this hostel is a decent budget base. Private rooms are a bit poky but they're modern, clean and good value. Dorms are some of the best in town, with each bunk sectioned off by curtains, and the shared bathrooms are well maintained. Has a good pool area.

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    Hotel Lilian

    Run by a hospitable family, which isn't out to rip off tourists, this friendly place offers plenty of value, with decent rooms around a couple of plant-filled patios. Most superiors – worth the small extra outlay – have a balcony and heaps of natural light. All bathrooms are spacious and spotless.

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    Jardín de Iguazú

    Appealing for its handy central location, professional staff, pleasant pool and Jacuzzi, and comfortably bland modern rooms. The standards aren't super-spacious, so if that's important to you, upgrade to a superior, which costs very little extra. Reliable and well-run.

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    Porämbá Hostel

    In a very peaceful location but an easy walk from the bus terminal, this is a popular choice for its variety of noncrowded dorms, private rooms with or without bathroom and small pool. It's a chilled place with a kitchen and a super laid-back atmosphere.

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    Garden Stone

    The best feature about this amiably run hostel is its perfectly relaxing garden area, where there's a pool, common area and simple kitchen. Other good things include handiness for the bus terminal, the tasty breakfast (included) and its general peaceful vibe. Accommodations are decent enough and the private en-suite rooms are good value for the area. The downside of the lovely garden is in the evenings there are sometimes mosquitoes. Bring repellent.

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    Tango Inn Downtown

    Tucked down an entryway right in front of the bus station, this spacious, well-run hostel has everything you need to enjoy your stay including a good bar area in the main courtyard and a pool nestled in the rear garden. Rooms and dorms are fairly plain but are functional enough and the staff are efficient and friendly.

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    Hospedaje Familiar

    A quiet and central option, this home offers simple rooms with clean en-suite bathrooms at a great price. There's a basic guest kitchen and tranquil atmosphere.