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Jardin de Iguazu

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Welcoming, modern little hotel that offers a good value base for exploring Iguazú Falls.

Many of Puerto Iguazú's hotels are large properties catering for tour groups; if you prefer a small, no-nonsense and good value base for your explorations of Iguazú Falls and its environs, the welcoming, modern Jardin de Iguazu does just the job.

The hotel Jardin de Iguazú is just a short walk from the town centre. It has just 30 compact rooms which open out onto the internal garden courtyard and the attractive pool and Jacuzzi area. While there is no restaurant on site (except for breakfast), there are numerous dining options nearby in the town, where you can mingle with locals and other visitors alike. 

Bartolome, Galápagos

What our clients say

  • Great welcome from the staff, and lovely hotel.

    SC, London
  • Location wasn't brillant as fairly kind of industrial area. Nearby restaurants good but no other facilities.

    ME, Wigton
  • Basic but charming hotel in local district very close to main shopping, eating, drinking areas. Again a good sized room with large comfortable bed, bathroom and decent aircon.  Garden, pool…

    MG, High Wycombe
  • Very friendly and 'family business' feel to the place.

    CT, Chesterfield
  • All good. Having a double and single bed did cut down on space in the room but was fine.

    IC, Leigh-On-Sea
  • Fairly small room, but good area near town, no restaurant at hotel but plenty in surrounding area, nice pool although small.

    KH, Newcastle upon tyne
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Our Expert's Opinion

If you’re looking for convenience and a comfortable place to rest your head between busy days exploring the Iguazu Falls, this may well be the place. I enjoyed being able to get out of the hotel and have a walk around Puerto Iguazu – there’s a huge choice of restaurants nearby and with just as many Argentinean as international tourists, it’s nice to soak up the holiday vibes.

Kathryn
Kathryn Rhodes Travel Expert Kathryn backpacked across Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru before joining us. She has a degree in Philosophy and French and is a keen netball player.

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