Slaviero Suites Foz do Iguacu

Address: Rua Rui Barbosa 394, Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, 85851-170, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rua Rui Barbosa 394, Foz de Iguacu, is near Iguacu Falls, Bird Park, Parque Das Aves, and Rafain Churrascaria Show.
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          • Spa
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Kids pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Minbar in room
          • Microwave in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Wheelchair accessibility


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Laundry
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Slaviero Suites Foz do Iguacu Foz de Iguacu

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu

          Transition from hell

          A travel blog entry by luist on Jul 26, 2014

          5 photos

          ... spend the next 2 hours. Caught a bus from Mangaratiba to Barra Mansa for about 30 Reais (15NZD). After ******* around with the slack Brazilian tenders for a good 30 minutes we were told we couldn't get the connecting bus we needed to Iguacu. We winged it anyway and bussed to Bara Mansa where we easily purchased the connecting trip. Classic Brazilian inefficient biz. That ...

          Chasing Waterfalls

          A travel blog entry by tholdsworth89 on Jul 16, 2014

          ... a deal with at the airport. As we were about to cross the border into Argentina he asked us to complete a form and took our passports. Before we could get to the crossing itself, Miguel asked us to wait a minute as he got out of his car and went into a lay-by to perform a very dodgy currency exchange with two blokes who seem to run a tidy yet risky business. We politely declined Miguel's offer to take part. When we got to the border crossing, we ...

          Puerto de Iguazu

          A travel blog entry by nadan92 on May 29, 2014

          ... plan and we were off, unfortunately we didn't cross paths with the gang. First the upper trail, the amount the water continued to amaze and terrify me. The size of the falls was just incredible. Although not more beautiful, the Argentinian side was significantly bigger (80% of the falls) making it significantly more impressive. We visited the top of many falls, being able to look down stream was pretty scary as the power of the water was ...

          Welcome to the jungle

          A travel blog entry by melita.brandon on May 14, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... lush. It has everything you need from food to souvenir shops, a train to take you to the main falls - Garganta del Diablo (devils throat) and back, and trails of all kinds and levels. The train rise is what we did first. All the trails had wooden/metal paths that took you above water, over the river across to the various falls and viewpoints. Most common animal walking freely around was the Coati. They are a mix between ant eater and a raccoon. There were ...

          Last day in Brazil/First Day in Argentina

          A travel blog entry by danielgpeters on Mar 30, 2014

          52 photos

          ... of '96 X about 100 that is the best description I could give of my time on the Brazilian side. For those not in VA just imagine insane humidity and unfathomably large waterfalls for about a kilometer walk. (yes the metric system is sticking!) Oh there were also tons of Coati's running around jumping into trashcans and attacking anyone who had even the smallest piece of food on them. Coati's are Brazilian ...