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Paulino Amarante N� 111, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

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606 Total Reviews
  • 75%Value For Money
  • 79%Security
  • 83%Location
  • 80%Staff
  • 69%Atmosphere
  • 69%Cleanliness
  • 69%Facilities

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Overall a good place to stay. The woman on reception was very helpful in describing the various ways to visit the falls on both sides of the border, and wasn't just trying to sell me tours. The dormitory I am in is pretty basic, but fine, and there is even a swimming pool guests can use.


best hostel experience ever! staff was very helpful and invited us to a wonderful asado in the back courtyard. great place to stay in iguazu!

  • 24th Apr 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


This hostel is very basic. The room is small, no space to put the bad except in the lockers which is not very handy. The bed are not very confortable. The breakfast is very simple (bread, butter jam & dulce de leche). There is a kitchen but with few equipment (juste the minimum). The location is all right, very close to the bus station when you arrive or leave from the city or when you want to go to the waterfalls. All together, not great, not to bad. It will make it for one night in the city.


The hostel was fine but a bit run down. Pool was a big plus - had a great day lounging and swimming. Staff were helpful and booked our taxis.


The staff at this hostel are great. They do their best to help you out. However the pictures on here are a lot better than the hostel and we felt a little miss-sold. It feel very run down and needs a lot of love. The breakfast is also quite poor.


Low price and decent hostel, so good value for money. I was lucky my friend spoke Spanish though as the staff members present when I arrived spoke no English at all.

  • 25th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Wales
  • All Male Group, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Affordable, clean swimming pool, our ''suite'' was huge (for the price) with air conditioning, big beds, storage space, and clean bathroom. Great staff! Free breakfast (traditionally simple: bread and coffee), cheap beer, lots of open space, tucked away from the main street and quiet. Potential to be a loud party hostel. Wi-fi only available in common area. Communal kitchen was not great. 8 out of 10

  • 15th Mar 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)


good location, staff is friendly and helpful. told me where to do the better money exchange & got me a super cheap airport transfer. i didn't check out the pool but heard it was awesome. plain breakfast, bread & dulche & apples. simple place but would recommend


The bathroom was not clean, the shower curtains smelled mold, the A/C was very noisy. On the other hand the Staff very nice and helpful and the pool is cool.


Decent private room, good location and nice to have a pool! Rubbish breakfast but overall good value.


Very small room without daily light.


Amazing breakfast, owners really nice and a chill place


Kitchen was dirty and crowded with only one knife for use after breakfast. Pool was great with a good number of sun loungers. The bbq area was being constructed but looked like it was going to be good. Very peaceful on the last day after a large group of very dominating, young South Americans left on Sunday. Close to the bus stop but not much else.


The hostel was large, and I'm sure would be a good place to stay if there was a big group of you. However, we found the staff rude and very unhelpful. The breakfast was also poor, just bread (with lots of flies around), tea and coffee. Stray cats and dogs were also allowed to roam around the hostel at will, and loud music was played constantly in the communal areas, making talking quite difficult.


Cheap rates for a private room and good location but other than that we have never seen a kitchen as dirty and the staff gave us incorrect information about the local attractions more than once.


Pretty cool hostel , the pool helped a lot , the staff isnt the best..


This hostel seems to be of a similar standard to all others in Puerto Iguazu - quite out dated. It´s not a bad place to stay, the rooms are cleaned each day and the staff are friendly. If you plan on using the kitchen make sure you take you own cutlery as there was only one knife. The pool was a nice addition however it was in need of a clean when we stayed in January.


Gabriel at the reception was really nice and helpful! After that I booked a bigger room I was really happy with all.


Pros: Great staff, one guy in particular was really really cool (he works in the daytime, tall guy). Great location close to restaurants, supermarket and bust station. Super easy to get to the falls from here. Good cleanliness in the rooms, which also had lockers inside so really secure. Cons: Lots of mosquitos (bring fly spray!) but i guess this is normal for Iquazu. Pool looked abit dirty. Also kitchen had lots of mozzies and flies, but all in all nice place would reccomend


Good basic accommodation for a short stay. I had some difficulty locating the hostel initially with the instructions given and had to stop in another hostel to ask if they knew where it was. After I found it, everything else was smooth. Try to look it up on a map or Google Maps before you arrive as there are other hostels with similar names in the area.

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