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Marcopolo Inn Iguazu Reviews

Av. Cordoba 158, Puerto Iguazu, Argentina

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1765 Total Reviews
  • 77%Value For Money
  • 77%Security
  • 95%Location
  • 82%Staff
  • 78%Atmosphere
  • 68%Cleanliness
  • 72%Facilities

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Perfect for a night or two if your just goin to town for the falls, as it is located right facing bus terminal so is really handy!


You can't beat the location and the staff were helpful. It's not too hard to get into the main complex, so security could be better, but they do lock the luggage store and we had our own room so could secure our things. There's a fairly young traveller crowd and it was a bit cliquey when we were there. Despite the 12am quiet time curfew, groups stayed up talking loudly until the early hours which was annoying. Breakfast is pretty basic but varied a bit each day, with some fruit if you got lucky!

  • 27th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Hostel is in a great location,the staff are friendly and helpful. The breakfast is basic. Cereal,toast and coffee. The bathrooms need more attention, it was in poor condition. Comfortable for the time you need to see the falls.


good location right next to the bus stop. Friendly and helpful staff. The rooms were a tiny bit damp, but that seems unavoidable after such a rainy winter. Breakfast was basic but good.


Ideal for one or two nights. VERY convenient and helpful location, Puerta Iguacu is not a town you want to have to wonder around once you've finally arrived. Rooms clean, everything worked, beds comfy. Service helpful with good English. Breakfast very basic, you certainly can't take some for lunch! Wifi doesn't work for iPhones/iPods. Good value for one or two nights.


Bad internet service, low quality facilities, location is excellent near bus terminal


Nice staff, breakfast was fine. WiFi really poor, couldn't connect at my room. Which had a really weird smell (probably because off the mold...)


Basic average hostel. Was not the worst but not the best. Good for a night but would not stay any longer


Overall good busy hostel. Excellent location. Beds were a bit uncomfortable in dorms.


No phone line or internet access due to bad storm and we really needed to book accomodation in Buenos Aires for the next day which we could not.


Great hostel, opposite the bus stop so location is perfect. Staff were really helpful and welcoming. Small town but the hostel has a bar which was lively in the evening, really nice atmosphere. Showers were not too warm which was slightly sad as it was pretty rainy when we were staying but as we were only there one night this wasn't too much of an issue.


Good hostel, with decent social areas and helpful staff. Opposite the bus station is very useful and close to enough bars and restaurants. Facilities well used and not too great, sketchy internet.


Great location, great staff. Wifi was not that good.


The shower was bad. Little water and very cold.

  • 1st Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Norway
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


A great hostel. It has a wonderful vibe, with common areas that are always buzzing with people. Hammocks and a pool are a nice touch and the close location to the bus terminal is a real winner. It's a cute little town which is easy to navigate. The staff know Iguassu Falls inside out and will tell you everything you need to know. Can only imagine how good it would be in summer! Thanks for having me!


very very good location


Really social hostel, only stayed a night before flying out but would recommend.


Decent hostel, definitely one of the best in Iguazú, although that may not be saying much. Superb location directly across the street from the bus station. Not well secured but I did not feel unsafe. This a place that gets loads of rain, especially in the winter, which leaves everything damp. Hard to blame the hostel for that. Overall a fine stay with no real complaints. If you want a place in Iguazú that's not rough around the edges, try a hotel.


it is big, though they have the requirement for quiet time but never stress it to customers when check it, thus it is often that there are people speak and laugh loudly in late evening or early morning, hard to have a good sleep. the bath room is uncomfortable, the floor is always wet, toilet cover can't stand well and thus it is your back to support it everytime you use it. no enough hanger in bath room. some staff are indifferent and even do not care about the requirements from guests.


The 4 bed ensuite was extremely dirty. The bathroom was covered in mould and had a foul smell. The linen on the beds were worn where some sheets had holes in them and were wearing at the seams. Th plus is that they give you a towel without paying for them as some hostels charge but that alone is not worth staying. The staff also were not the most helpful. We booked a taxi with one of them and he forgot to make official booking.

  • 24th Jun 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)

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