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We had a comfotrable stay here. Although we are a couple with no children, the spacious accommodation seemed particularly good for families. We enjoyed the pool and found the staff friendly (though several did not speak any English). Breakfast was basic but adequate. The internet...More
We spent 2 nights here on our honeymoon and loved it. Staff were very attentive and helpful - welcome drink on arrival, golf cart to room with our luggage, chocolate on the pillow at night, arranging late checkout... I could go on. Room was great...More
I didn’t realize they were the same owners as the people who run a lot of the tours within the park. The accommodation was a nice 3 bedroom condo with 4 balconies facing the jungle, and a nice community pool. We really didn't spend a...More
The 3 BR house we had was very spacious and offered 7 beds. The terraces at the back were a delightful surprise, being absolutely almost in a tropical forest. The sound of the river below was delightful. The entire grounds were very clean and looked...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$125 - US$235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi Cheryl, I agree with all the previous answers other people have provided. You shouldn't have any problem. Suffice to say you must go to the Argentine side of the falls as well. Both are different but it is a truly awe... More
Hi Cheryl, I agree with all the previous answers other people have provided. You shouldn't have any problem. Suffice to say you must go to the Argentine side of the falls as well. Both are different but it is a truly awe inspiring experience on the Argentine side. It is so much more "raw" and natural environment, whereas the Brazil side is far more commercial. We loved both, but the Argentine side was so incredible!! We did two days Argentine side and one on the Brazil side, which was enough. Hope that helps. Enjoy!! It's amazing!!!!
Response from holmes_trigg | Reviewed this property |
There are no laundry facilities in the cabins for you to do your own washing. The reception/housekeeping arrange for your laundry to be done. We were happy with the service and from what I can remember it was not expensive.