Foz of Comfort



Foz do Iguaçu is home to Brazil’s fourth largest hotel complex. There are 161 means of hospitality, from guesthouses and hotels in economy categories to those of an international standard and resorts with thermal water, offering a total of some 22,000 beds.


To cater to a market expanding each year, a large part of the hotels in the city are undergoing reformations, aimed at increasing guests’ comfort and the number of beds.


When selecting somewhere to stay in Foz, visitors can decide according to price, the services on offer, location and even special characteristics, such as gastronomy or a family and charming environment.


The option may even be for hotels that offer thermal water swimming pools, coming from a source with direct access to the Guarani Aquifer, the largest fresh water reserve on the planet, over which Foz do Iguaçu is located.


The water from the aquifer, which is naturally heated, remains stable throughout the year and also offers medicinal properties, allowing for bathing at any time of day in any season of the year. Today, two luxury resorts in Foz do Iguaçu use the thermal waters, but there are other local entrepreneurs willing to invest in this additional privilege that nature offers Foz do Iguaçu.




For those deciding according to localization, there are many hotel options located along Rodovia das Cataratas (BR-469) – the mandatory route for reaching Iguassu National Park. But there are hotels of a good level at the entrance to Foz do Iguaçu, close to BR-277, and also along the central avenues, where guests can find everything from budget accommodation to high-end hotels.


In Puerto Iguazú


The luxury hotels of neighboring Puerto Iguazú, a number of which are part of international chains, always highlight localization, close to or set in the middle of subtropical vegetation on the banks of the Iguazu River. Besides the beauty and comfort of the area, each strives to offer attractive services.

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