Hotel Papillon

Address: Ruta 6, Dr. Juan Leon Mallorquin, Km 48, Bella Vista, Itapúa, 6310, Paraguay | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ruta 6, Dr. Juan Leon Mallorquin, Km 48, Bella Vista.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Papillon Bella Vista

      Reviewed by nickjackets

      Good place for a one night stop off.

      Reviewed Mar 26, 2014
      by (37 reviews) Haywards Heath , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      No English spoken at all, but the staff and reception very friendly,nice comfortable rooms,just the one night here but there is a lovely pool and the grounds are very natural.Situated on the main highway to Encarnacion,gives it a motel feel,all the same very good.Good restaurant.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Papillon Bella Vista

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Bella Vista


      A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Nov 23, 2014


      ... Went to the west on Jorge Memmel direct to the Playa San Jose. Popular locals beach. Felt like to go swim however feeling not safe where put a bag included money and digital camera to? I just turned sensitive soak from the hot sunny. Tempt to see and splash in the water on the shore. But my hotel does have the small pool beside restaurant on the roof.

      I'm not going to type for tonight. Will talk to you tomorrow. G'Nite.


      Personalities make a sour ending

      A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 13, 2014

      10 photos

      ... catholic and Guarani symbolism. The pope visited the reduction before ordering the destruction of them. This piece of history is something I am interested in learning more about. What is left if the reductions are now being restored and maintained, mostly by German companies and organizations. Again- something I don't understand; Izabela tells us that the order of languages spoken in Paraguay is Guarani, German and then Spanish. One thing is for ...


      A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jun 15, 2014

      5 photos

      ... rattling and shaking and being thrown from side to side as you bumble and stumble your way back to your seats. (I say that as if I often do it, more often than not I get Sean to do it for me!) Back to Posadas. So we definitely made the most of another short stay. We visited some Jesuit ruins on our second day. Sean would have much rather had a rest day, chill out and catch up on some sleep (we have a snorer in our dorm - again!) but I dragged him out on the cold and ...

      I Had to Jump From a Moving Bus

      A travel blog entry by jovi on Jun 14, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... 3.5 km down an adjacent road. When I finally arrived there was nobody there except for one man who told me that there had been no aeroplanes that had landed that day, nor were they expecting any to land. He was very kind and helpful, prepared me a mate in typical Paraguayan style with camomille and estevia and gave me a place to rest for my aching back. He knew about the family who owned the Pajarito brand. "A few of the men in ...


      A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on Jan 30, 2014

      Do you know anything about this country? Of all the hostels we stayed and all the people we met. We found no-one that knew anything about it. Every backpacker we met had skipped around it because they had never met anyone from it. Even our guide books has very little information on it, just one or two pages per book on it.
      So we decided to check it out.

      We ...