Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru

Iguazu Falls, Northeastern Argentina, Argentina

At a Glance

  • Great value option for families or couples

  • Jungle surroundings ensure a feeling of seclusion, despite being a short drive from the town

  • Within easy reach of the airport and the entrance to the Iguazu Falls National Park

  • Spacious and modern rooms, many of which have a private balcony or terrace

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Iguazu is an all year round destination, however in Spring and Fall (October/November and March/April) are most pleasant. The peak season is January through February when Argentineans and Brazilians are on vacation. December through March is summer. This is the hottest and the most humid time of year. The winter months are June through to August, this is when rain is mostly likely and the temperatures range from lows of 10°C to high of 23°C.

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Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru or take a look at our itineraries to Northeastern Argentina

Description

Immersed in Argentina's Iryapú Jungle, Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru affords a comfortable base for those exploring the Iguazu Falls, and offers great value for both couples and families. A large pool and gardens are the perfect place to unwind.

Ideally placed for exploring the Iguazu Falls National Park with its hundreds of waterfalls and stunning jungle scenery, the Mercure Iguazu Hotel Iru boasts 100 spacious and comfortable guest rooms which are tastefully decorated, equipped with modern amenities. Accommodation is family friendly with the option of adding rollaway beds into all rooms, as well as great value connecting options.

Surrounded by tropical jungle, the hotel feels pleasantly secluded and the large pool is the best place to chill out after days out in the Iguazu Falls National Park. Other facilities include a restaurant, bar, spa, indoor Jacuzzi and a gym. They also have bicycles which you can hire and explore the nearby town of Puerto Iguazu which has a few good dining options.

The focus of a stay here is undoubtedly visiting the mighty Iguazu Falls, which is made up of over 250 individual waterfalls and immersed in wildlife rich jungle. We recommend taking trips out to see the falls from both the Argentine side and the Brazilian side to experience the amazing Devil's Throat section from both above and below. For adrenaline junkies, the macuco safari boat trip will take you on a RIB boat underneath the water and will quite literally take your breath away (prepare to get wet!)

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Experiences

  • Iguazu Falls - Full Day on the Argentine Side

    Spend a day exploring some of the world’s most impressive waterfalls. You’ll stand above and below the thundering cascades of Iguazu Falls and then take a boat ride right into their depths.

  • Iguazu Falls - Half Day Argentine Side

    The Iguazu Falls are one of South America’s spectacular natural wonders located on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Enjoy a private half day guided tour of the Argentine side. A thrilling boat trip can also be taken to the base of the falls (optional).

  • Iguaçu Falls - Brazilian side

    The most spectacular panoramic views of the Iguazu Falls are from the Brazilian side, as it is said that 'Argentina puts on the show and Brazil enjoys the view'. Stop off at magnificent vantage points with your private guide on this half day exploration.

  • Macuco Safari Tour

    Admire the sheer force of the Iguassu Falls as you head by motorized boat upstream, towards the base of the falls for a breathtaking experience! Prepare to get thoroughly drenched as you get up close to this impressive natural wonder.

  • The Argentine Experience at Iguazu

    Learn to prepare the perfect steak, create tasty empanadas and whisk up some delicious wine cocktails with the help of your host - not forgetting dessert! Don your apron and get stuck into The Argentine Experience for a dinner party like no other.

Location & directions

Iguazu Falls, Northeastern Argentina, Argentina

A 15-minute drive from the town of Puerto Iguazu with its many dining options and a 20-minute drive to the Argentine entrance to the Iguazu Falls National Park.

How to get there

A 35-minute drive from Foz do Iguazu Airport in Brazil (although the border crossing may take a little more time in peak periods), and a 25-minute drive from Cataratas International Airport in Argentina.

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