Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru
Low-key Mercure Iguazú Hotel Iru, enveloped in jungle rainforest, offers a peaceful base for visits to Iguazú Falls.
Mercure Iguazú Iru is an excellent base for visiting the Iguazú Falls, is enveloped by the tropical rainforest of the Iryapú jungle, creating the feeling that you are staying in a remote natural wilderness. It offers a peaceful stay punctuated with birdsong, even though you are not far from the town of Puerto Iguazú and the airports on both the Argentinian and the Brazilian sides of the border.
So that you can take advantage of forest views all the guest rooms have wall-sized picture windows and balconies; tropical plants clamber right up close. The buildings, linked by wooden walkways, are low-rise and the use of stone, wood and foliage-studded décor blends the property with the environment, while the style is strikingly contemporary with rustic touches. There's a smart restaurant, woodland-fringed pool and fitness centre with whirlpool: you can really relax here following a day out exploring the Falls.
What our clients say
97% of our clients rated their experience with us as Excellent or Good.
A good base for the Falls within easy distance of the town and its restaurants.JS, Sevenoaks
Hotel room was comfortable facillities had to be booked and sadly there was no coffee station in our room unlike the Brick Hotel Evening meal and breakfast provided a wide selection of choice resturant was alacarte and reasonably priced.AC, Saffron walden
This hotel was spotlessly clean and probably our second favourite after Patagonia camp. It has a huge pool and the food in restaurant was also good .LH, Altrincham
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