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Reviewed 26 May 2015

Spacious and clean rooms, complete breakfast, gentle receptionist.
The hotel is isolated from the city center, it's in the middle of the jungle so you need to rent a car or call a cab to take you anywhere you want to go.
Besides that, it's a hotel I would definitely recommend.

Date of stay: March 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank SantiCASLA
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Reviewed 14 March 2014

I booked the hotel based on previous comments and Pictures in their site. The location is very good, the access road is entertaining, to say the least! And the overall layout/concept, is ok - perhaps ina few years, when the gardens are full-grown, the effect will be different...The construction is interesting, but he plastic floor boards are surprising.....with so much hard wood around...(is it an environmental statement?) - The rooms were almost too large -the bathroom dark (tile color wrong?) - the balcony was nice, but overseen by the maid) - the problem is that the hotel is a little depresing, one feels isolated, the resception is too far away, a ity, because there was a good sitting area...the restaurant menu was poor - none of us (4) were pleaased with the food served. Breakfast was poor - WHO wants to eat sweets and cakes in the orning? would rather have a good selection of whoe grain bread and muesli / yoghurt and more fruit...(verall, the staff was pleasant the receptiinists very eager to please, but I left with the sensation that something was missing - a little bit of soft music to pep up the lounge???...more strategig lighting? - a barbecue night, perhaps?...Pool area was oke, although a little crowded wthen too many guests are out....but they make excellent caipirinhas!!! The restaurant was impersonal (too high celings, no music...) Enjoyed the Peace but would not have minded a Little more "coziness"....

Room tip: need your own rental car if you want to see around and dine out....
Date of stay: February 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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3  Thank goiabada
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Reviewed 5 January 2014

The hotel grounds are rustic, and the reception and dining buildings are well designed. The room décor can be improved, it's spacious but lacking in some amenities such as bedroom slippers. We were on the ground floor, and the balcony doors could not be locked. The hotel staff tried to lock it but could not. We were told they would do it the next day, there was no offer to change us to another room even though the resort was not full. The next day we were told they had fixed it, I tried it once and it was locked, but after opening it, it could not be locked again. As it was late, I decided to just close it and take my chances. The bathroom is spacious, but do not take away the hand cream bottle - unlike other resorts, the bottles are NOT meant to be taken away. The bathroom window had no windows, so taller ones walking by the corridor could look in; we folded some towels and DIY-ed covered the windows ourselves. Food was average, but service staff during breakfast and dinner could be more attentive; we had to walk to the counter sometimes to get their attention. These are teething problems of a newly opened resort, management could have better accommodated our issues. Perhaps, with time, it can improve.

Room tip: Ask for a second floor room to avoid sounds. Request that bathroom windows are properly covered.
Date of stay: September 2013
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank Forrader
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Reviewed 3 January 2014

I booked Village Cataratas based on some comments I have seen on Tripadvisor.

But the stay proved to be a disappointment.

The setting is nice, but the total concept is wrong.

- The breakfast was horrible for a hotel with a so-called standard
- Lack of service (ex. at the swimming pool)
- Excessive price: you don't get a real good value for your money.
- No charm: The infrastructure is OK (nice swimming pool, terrace), it is clean. But there's a lack of charm.

There is clearly room for improvement in this hotel and the region of iguazu has better to offer!

Date of stay: January 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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4  Thank Ameduci
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Reviewed 1 January 2014

Village Cataratas is a rather new property offering the ideal lodging while enjoying Iguazu Falls. Centrally located between the National Park and town allows travelers to explore the best of the entire area. Nicholas, at the front desk, is a great representative of the hotel...very pleasant and helpful. Property has a full restaurant with a breakfast buffet and menu dining in the evening. Lovely, clean and comfortable in a fast developing area......highly recommended.

Date of stay: December 2013
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Jcw174
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