Lider Palace Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Lider Palace Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Lider Palace Hotel Foz de Iguacu
Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu
... river would have been nice and our itinerary showed the boat was included which was confirmed by yesterday's guide. There was no way she was going to ring her company and check though so we let it ride when she said her tour would finish at 3pm.
At the National Park we got our tickets and boarded a train to the first walk, the Gargantua del Diablo trail, a distance of 1100 meters on a metal walkway over the Iguassu River from the station to the viewing point. The ...
... I'm not sure what any of us were expecting but the BBQ was taking place in a guy's back yard. There were trellis tables set out. He was grilling the meat, whilst his wife and mother made salads and his kids hid from us. The caipirinhas were not as good as the ones we had had the previous night and the beer was diet and tasted of aspartame. Santi got me and CJ wine, but it turned out to be homebrew. It was thicker than normal wine and ...
... tripped over our own feet... The buffet here was huge... Salad, potatoes, rice, vegetables, you name it, it was probably there... (Ok, so it was missing Brussel sprouts, sadly). You know how it is with buffets... Your eyes get so big they're practically popping out of their sockets whilst you forget the actual anatomical size of your stomach (and all those other buffet times before when you were left feeling so full and in so much pain ...
After a surprisingly comfortable overnight sleeper bus from the Uruguay border, I spent a night on each side of the Brazil/Argentina border at the Iguazu Falls.
The shared national park is about a 30 minute bus ride from the corresponding border towns of Puerto Iguazu and Foz do Iguacu.
As expected the falls were spectacular.
Let me quote you something from the Lonely Planet "People who doubt the theory that ...
... I was single and in high school, I was determined to never get married. I was going to see the world. I met Scott and the idea of never getting married quickly faded. He promised me that he would show me the world. He has kept his promise. I cannot imagine viewing these wonders without him. He makes the world more beautiful.
As we come upon Fathers Day this week, I need to pay tribute to my hubby. He is ...