I stayed here for six nights for a conference in March 2012 and then stayed in Aguas do Iguaçu for three for a mini-vacation. (Incidentally, that's *way* too long to spend in Foz do Iguaçu!)
The good: It's a 7-min walk from a major shopping center that includes a grocery store and a drugstore. It's several blocks (like many hotels in Foz) from Vo Bertila, a great Italian restaurant. The breakfast buffet is ample. Compared to Aguas, it's very clean, though it's not terribly clean by traditional standards. For example, a giant bug was prominently smushed on my curtains for the duration of my stay, my bathroom had lots of small ants, and the upholstered chairs were stained. Overall, however, it was not so offensive. There is a small table for work--it has a regular and not an office chair. Front desk provided me with a map of the town and helped me find my way to certain landmarks.
The bad: Slow and intermittent WiFi. This hotel charges for water: there's no water cooler anywhere, just bottles in the minibar, which means you have to lug water back from the mall or wastefully burn through small bottles. The front desk staff do not speak much English. The hotel takes poor mosquito control measures: there are no screens on bathroom windows, which the cleaning crew opened every day while I was gone. One of the bathroom windows didn't close fully. That said, the three hotels I knew anything about (here, Aguas, and the conference venue, Rafain Palace) were all very lax about mosquitoes--and this was during a local epidemic of dengue serotype 4! I was also bitten while eating in the restaurant at night. Restaurant is inferior to Vo Bertila. The rooms along Av. Argentina have a nice view of greenery, but the street is very noisy. Bring earplugs. The open-plan closet area contains a shelf that prevents long items like dresses from being hung. No in-room iron. The rooms across from mine on the fourth floor were being renovated and were noisy during the day.
Other info: The safes have metal shelves that prohibit laptop storage. The plugs are not grounded. Soap, shampoo, conditioner, and an in-room hair dryer are provided. There's a separate travel desk where you can book tours of the falls; if you're already staying in Brazil, take bus 120 (it's really easy, convenient, safe, and inexpensive) to the Bird Park and Brazilian side of the falls, and buy a tour for the Argentinian side.
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- Located in the center of Foz do Iguacu, the Nadai Confort Hotel, went through a real transformation, the revitalization serves perfectly to the current concept of qualification of care offered to their guests. ... more less
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- Nadai Confort Hotel & SPA Foz Do Iguacu, Brazil - Parana