Ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews
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4.1 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Liz from California, USA
Fantastic staff in this comfortable PousadaPosted Jul 24, 2013
Pros: courtyard, staff, location
Cons: The family room was a little cramped but worked for the four of us (2 teens, 2 adults) .The outside of the building is sketchy but nice inside.
Location: 1/2 hour bus ride to Iguacu Falls and to Itaipu Dam. Both are great to visit! The Falls are amazing!!
The staff, especially Andre and Juliana, were fantastic! They were extremely helpful and went out of their way to help us out. They had great recommendations for activities and restaurants. The Pousada was comfortable and had a very pretty courtyard. The outside of the building was questionable as we arrived late at night. However, inside it was a 4 star hotel. The location next to the bus station is convenient, although there are places closer to the Falls. We would definitely recommend staying here.
for Familiesby Deanna from Las Vegas
Lovely oasisPosted May 23, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Pousada was perfect for our overnight stay in Foz do Iguazu. We were thrilled with the location, the atmosphere, the peaceful feeling, and the clean place to stay. Breakfast in the morning was fantastic and so appreciated. The staff were helpful in obtaining information and tickets for our activities. The only thing missing was a hot shower, but that was typical for our entire South America experience. Overall, our stay at the Pousada was a blessing and a lovely memory. We would recommend it to anyone.
for Everyoneby Pierre from Vancouver, BC, Canada
Ok place with transit terminal close byPosted Apr 9, 2013
Cons: Take cash only.
Location: Very close to the bus terminal. Close to dining options. The churrascaria gaucha is awesome!
It is an ok hotel, although you pay a lot for what you get. We had 2 rooms, one on ground level was dark an noisy. The other one, close to the reception and facing the little pool was noisy too for other reason. The tiny TV did not work. One thing that we did not expect is that we had 2 pay 2 rooms cash, they don't take credit cards. If you going there for 1 or 2 nights just to see the falls, you may want to stay at a place closer to the airport. It will save you on taxi fare and transit time. Foz do Iguaçu is a fairly big and well developed city, I was surprised, I expected a small village.
for Everyoneby Jose from Vancouver, BC, Canada
Good location and good pricePosted Apr 3, 2013
Pros: Close to the bus terminal, easy to move around.
Cons: Would be the fact the place doesn't take credit cards. Not a big deal.
Location: It is a simple place, not to fancy, a place to sleep. Also you can hang out around the pool (not my case) .
This place is near the bus terminal that takes you everywhere. To the Iguacu National Park, Itaipu and another places around town. restaurantes are near by and across the street is the Zoo. The only inconvinient is the pousada doesn't take Credit Cards. Staff is very friendly.
for Getaway With Friendsby Wendy
Well located, simple B&BPosted Jul 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
This B&B was great for our needs: close to the bus station, secure and quiet location, friendly staff (and dog!), basic but clean rooms. No heating in the hotel so come prepared if you're there during the winter months.
for Everyoneby Fernando from London, UK
Never againPosted Jan 10, 2012
Cons: No credit card accepted.
Location: Ok, near the bus terminal.
I'll start with the positive: Great breakfast and location (if you want to stay in town. Very near the bus terminal, where you can catch a bus to the Iguaçu Falls - about 30 mins journey). Now the negative: - At arrival was "greeted" by a woman who has problems smiling. - Bedroom facilities are out of date. - There are lots of rules that we are supposed to follow, but the owners decide when to follow some of them, for example, after 10 you're supposed to keep quiet. One night there were screaming kids in the pool until midnight, and they only stopped because I complained at reception. Laundry: It says in their info sheet that you can drop your washing in the morning and have it delivered in the evening. Ours took nearly 48 hours to arrive, it turned out that they had written the wrong bedroom number. No apologies offered. - As mentioned before: screaming kids, so if you want peace and quiet avoid it. - Worst of all: They do not accept credit cards, only cash. I had to go out on the last day to the nearest cashpoint (inside a supermarket) and a few days later discovered that my credit card had been cloned - not the pousada's fault, but something that wouldn't have happened if they accepted credit card. Never staying there again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New Zealand
Hotel Pousada Sohno MeuPosted Nov 25, 2011 on Hotels.com
Conviently located next to the bus stop. Nice basic place to stay, a couple of the staff could speak english so was very helpful. Nice and clean with good breakfast and pool area. Loved the swing bed by the pool. Overpriced for what it offers. I would recommend it although for $26 New Zealand more, I stayed in a 4 star hotel on the Argentina side and it was so much more luxiourious, with far better facilities, no comparison really. All depends on what you are looking for?
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Philadelphia
Much better than I expectedPosted Oct 31, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel was listed as a hostel but it is not a hostel at all. It is very nice and can tell they are only improving it. Everything is newer and being renovated. They have a really nice pool and great breakfast. It is across the street from the bus station and the zoo (which is free). The location is on the edge of town so not that close to a lot. There is a large grocery store across the street otherwise you can take the bus or walk to other areas. I walked which was not a problem for me. The bus that takes you to the falls is across the street and so is the bus that takes you to Argentina.
for Couplesby Tom
Cheap, clean, friendly, ideal for short visitPosted Aug 11, 2011
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights whilst visiting the waterfalls. The owner spoke good English and helped us in recommending restaurants and calling taxis. The room was cleaned thoroughly each day, the bed comfortable, and extra blankets were available. This was good because it was freezing outside, all the windows were left open, and there was zero heating. Breakfast was diverse and tasty. I would recommend this very reasonably priced guest house for anyone staying a short while, and intending to spend most of the day away.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 2, 2011 on Hotels.com