Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
2.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Debbie
Conveniently close to the fallsPosted Mar 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room was nice and clean. The location is a bus ride out of town but conveniently close to the falls. There is a large outdoor pool. Breakfast was more than satisfactory. None of the staff spoke English but tried to assist us. The large grounds lack any up keep which is a shame. If you haven't eaten in days the a la carte option will interest you. It was a bizarre experience where a lot of food we didn't order kept coming to the table. At check out it was priced at R$20 each! Don't stay more than a night or two. Go to the Brazilian side of the falls and the bird park and leave. Not much to do in a close enough vicinity and the nearby town is small with little to offer
for Everyoneby Peter from Wirral,England
IguassuPosted May 16, 2012
Cons: Rooms needed upgrading
Location: On busy main road,which in itself was a bonus,as public transport was readil;y available.
the hotel is tired and dated and is need of an upgrade. It was on a direct bus route to and from the airport and Iguassu Falls. It was also possible to visit the Argentinian side of the border very easily.The price was its saving grace.
for Everyoneby Risto from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
not so greatPosted Feb 20, 2012
I visited this hotel with my parents. When we arrived and opened the door, the room was not cleaned. It was 4pm. Room condition was not great, paint was coming off from the walls. There was no free electric outlet in the room. 1 was occupied by fridge and another one up high on the wall, was occupied by tv. So if you want to use laptop or charge your phone, then you need to turn off the fridge. Breakast was ok. Dinner buffet was actually very nice. few personnel spoke but english... so thats a plus. I would not recommend this hotel unless you dont have much choise
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler
Royal IguassuPosted Dec 18, 2011 on Hotels.com
Half way between town and the falls on the Brazillian side. Catch bus into town or the falls, very cheap. Best thing about this hotel, it had a pool. Great after exploring the falls and other tourist attractions.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from SLC, Utah
Nice hotel close to Brazilian side of Iguazu FallsPosted Dec 4, 2011
Nice hotel close to Brazilian side of Iguazu Falls
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Houston, TX
Ideal for an overnight stayPosted Oct 31, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel is not too far from the airport or downtown. The local bus stops right outside the hotel , so its easy to get to downtown as well as to Iguassu Falls.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Bolivia
Good hotel for the pricePosted Oct 26, 2011
Not a fancy hotel, But clean and comfortable. Not enough electrical outlets for us, though. We would go back
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler
Royal Iguassu Hotel - run downPosted Oct 21, 2011 on Hotels.com
The hotel is run down and poorly maintained. From the forecourt, parking area and lobby through to the rooms there is ample evidence of lack of upkeep. Our room had dangerously broken live mains power-points. The toilet plumbing leaked over the bathroom floor continuously. The windows did not close properly and the window locks were broken and non-functional. There were no effective privacy blinds or curtains. The wardrobe doors and drawers were de-laminating, mostly non-functional and presented a splinter hazard. The beds were ok and the linen was clean. Our room overlooked a coach parking area where the buses were left idling from 0530hours until they left around 0700 hours. There was no useable wifi. The breakfast was acceptable, but on the lower end of what you would encounter in a Brazilian tourist hotel. It appears to be aimed at coach parties. This hotel is expensive for the standard of accommodation. NOT recommended.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Missouri
Hidden Gem near the Falls -- Foz do Iguassu, BrazilPosted Mar 20, 2011
While traveling in South America on a fairly tight budget, we took a risk and booked The Royal Iguassu Hotel very last-minute due to a change of plans. There was no review of the hotel on Expedia and we would not typically book a hotel in South America without some supporting information. So, we were a bit anxious prior to our arrival. From the curb the hotel is not too appealing and the inside could use some updates but we just needed a clean, safe place to sleep for one night so who cares if the decor is a bit tired as long as the place is clean? And it was very clean. They must mop the floors several times per day in the lobby and hallways. (see our description of our hotel room). Our package included a breakfast buffet. It was a typcial S.A. breakfast buffet- nice selection of regional fare. Not elaborate but arranged nicely and everything very clean. The staff was very attentive, bringing more food to the buffet several times during our meal. Help was available with transportation to the Falls. There were several options but since we are budget conscious we chose to utilize the local bus service. The man at the hotel gave specific directions about how to use the bus and it worked perfectly -- and saved us quite a bit on cab fare. At checkout we were again made to feel so welcome at the hotel. We want to particularly mention Kessley and Jacks -- two young people with very pleasant attitudes and willingness to help us work across language and culture.