Hotel Lanville Athenee
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lanville Athenee Foz de Iguacu
Pleasant enough hotel, but unfortunately has no English speaking staff so it was difficult getting answers to queries. Wifi only worked in the reception area, despite being advertised as 'in all areas'. Breakfast was appalling - unless you enjoy five varieties of cake for breakfast. Geared mostly for Brazilians. My most disappointing hotel during this South America holiday.
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