Nice hotel, comfortable rooms, comfortable bed. Very good gym, well equipped for aerobic and power exercises (just one stepper doesnt work). Just swimming pool is a bit old and small. Very nice breakfast with big items selection. Overall I do recommend this hotel for stay in foz do iguacu
This is a nice hotel with good facilities, including outdoor swimming pool and gym . Slightly old fashioned in need of a revamp but definitely a good one. Located just a block away from the shopping mall, although better to jump on a taxi if in the evening you want to reach quickly the centre, restaurants etc.
Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and clean, breakfast buffet was really good with wide variety of choices. Staff members are friendly and kind. A special mention to Christian that while doing the night shift at reception , made sure that on our departure,extremely early in the morning, we had sandwiches and fruit for the trip.
Also, the hotel restaurant menu has limited choices for lunch , though of good quality and the staff was kind and friendly in spite of the language barrier.
If visiting Foz do Iguacu this is definitely a nice and easy place to consider for your stay.
The hotel does not ask for your credit card (some kind of local law?), but instead makes each guest go through a Soviet like procedure of registration that takes about 20 minutes, if you are lucky to avoid the lineup. The staff, however, is very nice and helpful. The hotel has a small fitness center, and an excellent breakfast, and the rooms are clean. The Falls are spectacular, but the Brazilian city itself is not exactly spectacular; the hotel is near a somewhat shabby mall, which is arguably the most interesting tourist attraction of the town itself. I do recommend that people considering staying in Foz do Iguaçu take a look at the options at the Argentinian town. We only spent an hour there, but it seems like a much more interesting place to stay (on the other hand, the Brazilian side of the Falls is more spectacular and crossing the Argentinian border can be a bit of pain). They also have better beef and better Dulce de Leche (the Brazilians have a better economy, arguably better soccer, and certainly better music, but this is unlikely to be relevant to your travel plans).
The hotel is a little away from where it is all happening. But has a very nice exterior, quick and efficient check in, coffee on tap in the lobby. There are at least three restaurants, one has a buffet, another is Al La Carte, and the third is for an enormous buffet breakfast. There is a small pool and gym as well. Rooms are a good size, good bathroom and big TV with satellite TV. Beds are very comfortable. The bus terminal is 500m down the road, and taxis available out the front of the Hotel. About 200m away is a shopping centre, which has a good supermarket. AC and hot water worked well.(after we worked out the taps were reversed in our room)
Our six-night stay here met all of our basic needs, had an incredibly large and diverse breakfast spread each morning (included), a generally helpful staff and very good location in the city center.
The hotel room's air conditioning worked well, a key point in this locale that can get very hot in the summer. Bed was comfy, shower was strong and wifi reliable.
Hotel had a small swimming pool (may disappoint kids), and a mid-sized gym that met our needs. Laundry service was offered.
It features a full-service restaurant with a popular Italian Night twice per week, featuring very good homemade pastas, a smaller quick-service diner that had good food, and a nice little bar with friendly barman.
It is right down the street from the city's major shopping mall, helpful for food, bank ATMs and a supermarket. Taxi stand right across the street had cabs ready at nearly any hour.
Loumar Turismo, one of the city's biggest agencies, has a desk inside with lots of good tour options. We used them for multiple outings, and were pleased overall with the service.