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Hotels in Iguazu near Iguazu (IGR-Cataratas del Iguazu Intl.)

Iguazu (IGR-Cataratas del Iguazu Intl.) Hotels

Serving the Argentinean side of one of the world’s great waterfalls, Cataratas del Iguazu International Airport (IGR) is small and convenient. As it only handles a modest roster of flights, you won’t have to hang around in the terminal for long. There are frequent flights from Buenos Aires, and regular services from other cities, including Rio de Janeiro and Salta. Best of all, it puts you within easy reach of the iconic Iguazu Falls.

Hotels in Iguazu (IGR-Cataratas del Iguazu Intl.)

Mostly located in the town of Puerto Iguazu, the hotels near Iguazu Airport range from luxury retreats to budget guesthouses. The emphasis is on exotic leisure, inspired by the jungle surroundings, with lodges overlooked by swaying palms. The upscale hotels have spas and hot tubs to completely relax you, and many pads also offer free WiFi.

Where to stay

Want to wake up to the sound of cascading waterfalls? Then choose one of the spectacular, luxury hotels within the Iguazu National Park. You’ll get to see this natural wonder at the most enchanting times of day, when all the other tourists have left. Nearby, Puerto Iguazu has plenty of hotels, as well as artisan art shops and museums – you can also join tours running daily to the immense, mist-shrouded grandeur of the waterfalls.

How to get to Iguazu (IGR-Cataratas del Iguazu Intl.)

The most frequent flights are from Buenos Aires’ Aeroparque, and the flight takes under 2 hours – just long enough to build up anticipation for the trip of a lifetime. Once there, it’s a very quick journey to the Iguazu Falls. Some hotels offer roundtrip shuttles, but you can also rent a car or jump in a taxi if you want to explore the lush, Eden-like surroundings.