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in city center
just two blocks from the bus station and downtown Iguazu.
breakfast, free internet access, WI-FI area, swimming pool, kitchen, BBQ, Cable TV/DVD room
price 66€ for 3 night 2 people
huge spider (tarantula) are common in this place
Directions: From the Bus Station: Take Córdoba St. one block to the right, turn left and go two blocks up the hill on Belgrano St., then turn right and the hotel is 50 metres across the street.
We stayed in Residencial Uno for all four nights of our stay in Puerto Iguazu, and would recommend the place to anyone looking for cheap, good value accommodation. The official price is 60 pesos for a double but we were able to get a reduction to 50 pesos by agreeing to stay 4 nights.
The hostel is 2 blocks north-east of the main bus terminal and is run by a Argentinian/Australian couple. We had a small, private double room, whose windows were screened with mosquito netting. There was also a small kitchen out the back which we used most evenings as restaurants in Iguazu can be expensive. Residencial UNO even has a small swimming pool - which we used every day on account of the stifling humidity.
Directions: Two or three blocks from the bus station
- Not much else in this price range available in this bleak border town
- Just two blocks from the main Avenida Cordoba
- Breakfast is provided
- Very old and dingy
Dorms : 10 Arg Peso (at that point in OCT 2002, it was 3.5 Arg Peso = US$1, better check the new rate again)
Directions: From Av Cordoba, look out for Av Belgrano. Turn into it and walk two blocks.
Nearby Residencial Uno
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Amenities at Residencial Uno
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming Pool
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Free Parking
- Free High Speed Internet
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