San Martin Hotel & Resort

Address: Rodovia Das Cataratas, Km 21, Foz de Iguacu, State of Parana, 85963-000, Brazil | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort, located on Rodovia Das Cataratas, Km 21, Foz de Iguacu, is near Bird Park, Parque Das Aves, Rafain Churrascaria Show, and Avenida Jorge Schimmelpfeng.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSan Martin Hotel & Resort Foz de Iguacu

      Reviewed by nickjackets

      Excellent location and very good modern facilities.

      Reviewed Mar 22, 2014
      by (37 reviews) Haywards Heath , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      This hotel is in beautiful surroundings with a bird park,small nature walks,pool,gym,wi fi and you can walk to the falls within twenty minutes.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by smile-a-day

      Great location and atmosphere

      Reviewed Aug 30, 2012
      by (16 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Minutes from the airport and from the Brazilian falls. A relaxing pool area and nature walk. Perfect getaway!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      TripAdvisor Reviews San Martin Hotel & Resort Foz de Iguacu

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Foz de Iguacu

      Wet, Wild and Wonderful

      A travel blog entry by vanhise on Jul 06, 2014

      1 photo

      We arrived in Foz de Iguacu last night - it is at the junction of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay and is famous for its spectacular waterfall. We woke up this morning and it was chilly and raining. But we came all this way to see the falls, so we packed our rain ponchos (have I mentioned - the best $1.69 I ever spent?) and took off. The falls may …

      Oh!..How The Water Falls!...............Iguacu

      A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Mar 22, 2014

      4 comments, 53 photos

      The devil opened his gaping toothless cavernous mouth and great bellowing steaming vapours came forth as if the seas had been thrown against the sun,he loosed his mighty throat and made it hollow and all the waters of the world came thundering in,racing and pummeling like liquid molten lava into his great steaming pit.The earth trembled,rolled and …

      UnBoliviable (I didn't think of that)

      A travel blog entry by jamesrenshaw on Dec 12, 2014

      14 photos

      ... the moment who is doing some good things) which made sleeping at all a real. All of that was soon forgotten though as we set of in the group of 4x4's and hit the salt flats. I had been excited about this part of the trip and it didn't disappoint. The place looks like something out of this world Unbelievable scenery, great guide and driver, another excellent group of people, and all night hot springs made for an unforgettable few days. J ...

      The Mighty Iguazu Falls

      A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Oct 19, 2014

      43 photos

      ... natural wonder of the world and it's not difficult to see why. The trails and boardwalks that have been constructed around the park allow you to get so close to the falls you're completely sodden. I was really impressed that the vast majority of the walkways are also completely accessible to wheelchair users. HOW? We took a 2 hour flight from Buenos Aires to the Argentinian side of the falls, Puerto Iguassu, with little idea of how we were getting to our rainforest lodge or to ...

      Iguassu Falls - the Argentinian side

      A travel blog entry by darrylpitcher on Oct 09, 2014

      24 photos

      ... million litres per second going over them whilst we were there. The highest flow rates measured up until recently was during floods in 1992 where 36 million litres per second flowed over the falls. Back in August the heaviest flooding in history occurred and the flow reached a massive 47 million litres per second. If you do some simple maths that is 47,000 tonnes of water per second. Somebody else can do the maths and work out how long at this rate it would ...