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COVID-19 Continental Inn Hotel - Foz do Iguaçu \\- The use of protective masks (covering nose and mouth) are mandatory in the state of Paraná, and so inside the hotel; \\- The check-in registration form (FNRH) must be completed and sent (online) in advance to the reservation team, in order to avoid crowds at the hotel reception as well as minimize the time spent on site, streamlining the process check-in; \\- Guests who stay for a period of more than 3 (three) days at the hotel, will be transferred from the apartment (to a clean one) as a preventive and safety measure. For those with a stay of...More details
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Good Staff, Bad Hotel. Not 4 Stars!
Reviewed 10 november, 2021
First of all, this is NOT a 4 star hotel. Literally everything in the bathroom is broken: - bathroom door does not close - toilet does not flush unless you push it 5 or 6 times (an oddity it took a few days to discover) - no handle on glass shower door - cold water tap on faucet is broken - shower shoots out with intense pressure, no way to lower it Unfortunately it seems the restaurant was closed. Breakfast was quite good! We stayed for 8+ nights, and the cleaning staff never swept or cleaned the room even once!! The floor was super dirty. They changed the sheets, and gave us a sheet that was too small for the bed. The bed didn't even have a blanket when we arrived, there was a really old "blanket" in the cupboard... Overall, the impression of the hotel was that they didn't really care about the rooms. The pool was very good, always clean. Staff were always friendly and helpful. I do not recommend this hotel, unless there is really no where else to stay... 2.5/5
Leaky hotel, terrible food
Reviewed 12 december, 2019
The literature my spouse and I received from the tour company that booked us here for two nights during a private tour of Brazil stated it was located in downtown Foz, It was an odd, unattractive location, although it was quite close to the mall--if that area is considered downtown. We flew in from Rio, but our room was not ready when we arrived, so we had to wait in the lobby. The reception staff were not friendly (one woman in particular was quite rude)--it was not a good beginning. We stayed in room 126, which was located just off the elevator. It had two queen beds, a long desk, but no table lamps. As such, the lighting was very poor at night. My spouse and I were shocked to learn that the hotel does not furnish their guests with complimentary water for drinking or brushing teeth. This in a country where you are warned not to drink the tap water??? Later in the afternoon, a rainstorm blew in. The ground floor leading from the elevator and into the lobby leaked in multiple areas, the floors dangerously slippery. I pointed this out to the desk staff that it needed to be mopped up before someone fell, but nothing happened. The floors were still wet and slippery the following morning! We ate dinner in the hotel, which was a buffet. The majority of the dishes were either overcooked, or distasteful, with the exception of a yellow curry dish. The chef should be fired. The breakfast buffet was also dreadful with runny scrambled eggs. Definitely do not come here for the food. We would not have chosen to stay here if we had had a choice in doing our own booking, and we would never stay here again.
Good hotel at very reasonable price
Reviewed 19 june, 2019
Friendly staff, Nice restaurant, Bar, Delicious Pizza, Swimming Pool, T-Shirts shop, Travel agent desk for sigh seeing. The tourist will pick you from the hotel and drop off. We enjoyed it very much. Good for family. Close to all the attractions.
Avoid not 4 star
Reviewed 13 june, 2019
There are some nice things about this hotel the foyer and entrance looks nice. The breakfast is good. But and this is a big but this isn’t a 4 star hotel. We had room 527 and it wasn’t nice. It looked nothing like the hotel or travels agency picture. To access the safe you need to get a key lock at reception - chargeable - not sure why a tourist hotel wouldn’t have this as standard. The room was tired and fittings. No blankets on the beds just sheets. We had to ask for duvets from the posh picture on the website as the blankets in our rooms wardrobe didn’t look nice. Bathroom was clean but no plug in the bath. The labels on the shower we’re wrong so you had to point to cold to get hot water - a cold shower to work that out. Plastic cups in the bedroom not glasses - none on the second day - chambermaid asked reception to send them up they never arrived. Tv turned to odd channels unable to scroll up you had to put two numbers to get the channel to change But the worst was dinner. It’s very badly served for restaurants locally and early starts mean your a bit stuck. First time club sandwich and burger was bad we left them in finished. Someone needs to check outvote recipe for a club sandwich as it wasn’t what we got. Dinner second night was steak my well done was raw it went back and came back hot but the chips and rice were now cold. They went back and chips were hot but rice wasn’t. Honestly I gave up complaining. I won’t be back and clearly they know that as all we got from receptionist Shelia on check out was a sorry. Avoid if you can it’s really not worth it. Pictures below are the blankets and the rooms and the bathroom
Tired 3 star with lovely staff.
Reviewed 18 march, 2019
When booking our holiday we were advised this hotel was 4 star. The staff are really lovely and everybody aims to please, but it’s definitely not 4 star. Everything is dated and the bathrooms are grimy, with poor plumbing.