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Garden Stone Reviews

Av. Cordoba 441, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

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86%

Rating
536 Total Reviews
  • 86%Value For Money
  • 86%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 85%Atmosphere
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 83%Facilities

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63%

Rooms were fine but the kitchen is disgusting!!! There were cats everywhere, jumping onto the counter tops, walking on the crockery/cutlery. It was gross. It's so badly kept. The tea towel smelled like it had been there for 20 years. No heaters in the rooms. It gets very cold at night. All there is is one sheet on the bed.


97%

Lovely gardens and pool, very clean, good staff.


100%

Great hostel, quiet at night. Nice staff and good breakfast. Beautiful garden and nice kitchen/lounging area. The 5-beds girls dormitory was super clean. I paid 130 pesos per night.

  • 8th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • France
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


94%

Very pleasant Staf helpful and friendly very good breakfasts nice garden and pool . Quiet location.


83%

It does the job. It´s a very quiet place, definitely not the best place for meeting people. Also, the strict 10:00 a.m. checkout time is annoying. The owners speak only Spanish.


74%

No one had told us that there is a curfew at night, so we had to jump the fence at approx. 1pm. Besides that everything was great. Nice rooms, especially the community lounge and an awesome jungle backyard!


97%

Great pool and everything else you need. Very nice garden and good breakfast. Not the hostel closest to the bus-station, but still only a 5 minute walk, so no disadvantage.


97%

Great place in a great location. Pool was especially lovely


74%

Overall nice place. Pool hammocks in great yard. They had eggs for breakfast!!


100%

If possible, it would be nice to make the check out time a little bit later than 10am. Noon would be nice.

  • 11th Mar 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Couple, 41+
  • (1 review)


89%

Very nice garden, small but very nice pool, i would most definately recommend it. it is a very quiet place, not a party hostel at all.

  • 8th Mar 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


69%

A pleasant sty in a clean large room with comfortable bed. The garden offers a respite from the heat with the shade of numerous plants and trees and a small pool. Unfortunately the communal kitchen area is dated and lacked enough utensils and crockery to accommodate the number of guests. Sadly guests left dirty dishes around, which although not the hostels fault, is not discouraged by the state of the area.


97%

Fantastic hostel. Booked for one night, wanted to stay two - they had no room in the dorm so upgraded me to a single for free. Cleanest hostel I´ve ever stayed in, just all around great atmosphere. Had a great time chilling in the pool with beers after Iguazu, before the awesome staff provided a fantastic breakfast the next morning.


94%

nice hostel in great proximity to town center and bus stop.


86%

Best breakfast I've had at a hostel so far. All you can eat: GOOD fresh juice, eggs, muffins/cakes, etc. Severe lack of outlets in my room (1 for 6 people) and wonky internet, but really chill hostel. Many outdoor/semi outdoor areas and a nice place to talk to travelers


94%

A lovely small hostel. A short walk from anywhere. Owners have little English but still enough to tell you everything about the place and info for the falls etc. Beautiful garden area. Yummy breakfast with lots of selection. Very clean pool and air con that works well. Would stay here again for sure!


69%

ok hostel. Facilities were old and staff not that helpful. They didnt speak English. Breakfast was ok. Location was good.


74%

The private double room was spacious and in excellent condition. The garden looked fantastic but we were only there for one rainy night! The place was very quiet which suited us after a long day at the falls. The staff were friendly and helped us with our airport transfer. Note that they charge for A/C between 10am and 10pm which could be an issue for anyone planning spend time in the room during the day. Overall this was a good place for quick stop over visiting the falls.


94%

It's an old building, but that's the beauty of Recoleta. Plenty of life in the neighborhood, but not enough noise to prevent you from sleeping. There was a concert on the upstairs patio, a simple bar with a pizza oven, and pleasant guests of various ages including some from Argentina.


86%

About 5-10min from the bus station, Staff was really friendly, explaining a lot about the National Park and answering questions. Rooms are supposed to be locked and keys dropped at the reception. It was a nice spot to hang out after the national park in the pool and meeting nice people


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