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La Cautiva Hotel is a family-run 3-star hotel which takes into account the preservation of the environment. We are surrounded by trees and plants typical of the region offering varied fruits depending on the time of year, Beautiful flowers and close contact with our Mother Earth. We also have some small farm animals to accompany the natural environment. Our rooms, which are located within the natural environment that surrounds the hotel, have free wi-fi service in the room and the throughout the hotel, private minibar, safe box and air conditioning hot/cold in each room. Parking is included in...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
HORRIBLE! Never come back! NEVER
Reviewed 9 february, 2020
We were on family vacations for 3 nights, 3 nights WITHOUT LIGHT, WITHOUT INTERNET, WITHOUT AIR CONDITIONING, being 40 Degrees Celsius in the room, the rude receptionist, and the administrator never showed up. The guests, they went to the 1am to look for a hotel because it was impossible to sleep there, and those of reception without solving anything. They never returned our money, and too many guests were angry. A Colombian guest told us that he had been staying at the hotel for 6 nights and they had no light since before. Simply disgusting hotel, besides breakfast, it was poor, with nothing.
Reviewed 9 november, 2019
The saying goes you get what you pay for applies here. There is a nice pool and the reception staff have been very nice. I find its a bit farther than Id like. TV doesnt work shower is weak but it is family friendly. Ducks chickens turkey and unfortunately a rooster all live in the central courtyard. Cold buffet breakfast.
Great stay, great taxi service to the Falls and Brazil!
Reviewed 17 march, 2019
Cheap accommodation in a really nice area. Spacious room with a lovely terrace, right in front of a tropical garden with farm animals. Friendly staff, who did their best to speak English. We arrived late and could not eat anymore, there is no restaurant in the hotel and the city is a little too far. The friendly guy from reception helped us ordering pizza. The hotel sells wine, water, chips and cookies for a small amount. The next morning, after we had a lovely breakfast in the garden, the staff arranged a special taxi service to the Iguazu Falls (Argentinian side) for 1000 pesos return trip. Later that day the same taxi guy drove us to the Brazilian side for 900 pesos one-way. Border control is easy and fast, just stamp your passport, it took us 5 minutes. You can pay the taxi driver also in USD, there is an exchange office along the route to the Iguazu Falls, so you can choose to get your change back in USD or pesos. Great service! Iguazu Falls can be paid in pesos, USD or creditcards.
Great place, service and host! Definitely have a car
Reviewed 20 september, 2018
This is a hidden gem; an oasis in the green bowels of Iguazu. A taste of local hospitality in the sub-tropics of Argentina. I was cautiously aware of my surroundings when driving from IGR Airport to the hotel. As I got off National Route 12, the paved road turns to dirt. It was pretty unnerving at first if you have just come off the plane like I had. But that worry quickly washed away on arrival at the lodge. I was greeted by Natalia, one of the owners of the lodge. She was friendly, clear and helpful with instructions and local tips. She showed the place and the bird kingdom in the abode. Diego, the other owner of the place was also very friendly and hospitable. Both Natalia and Diego were generous with sharing local knowledge and details on things to do, getting around, and answering concerns about crossing the border to the Brazilian side of Iguazu. In the morning of my checkout, I left my trousers in the room. Upon realising 4 hours later, I called the lodge. Natalia picked up the phone and was very helpful to make sure I could get the item and still make it to the airport on time (Lodge was 10 miles from Iguazu Falls). I was not too precious about the trousers but heading back to the colder part of Argentina (Buenos Aires) means that having it was essential. I got my trousers and made it to the airport in good time. The best part was finding out a small little note in the pocket of the trousers. Cute! If I come back to Iguazu, I would definitely stay with La Cautiva. I'd also hihgly recommend this place to others. As mentioned, it's slightly off Route 12, so having a car would definitely help.
Great Ambiance and Great service
Reviewed 17 july, 2018
The hotel should really be called a lodge. It’s an escape from the beaten path with trees and animals all around. While the facility is not first class, you need to remember that this is the edge of the jungle. It’s clean and orderly. Diego and Natalia are perfect hosts and answer to every call for assistance. It was well worth the money and quite enjoyable. I’ll be back.