Argentina hotel opening reveals Iguazu Falls view

MeliĆ” Hotels International has announced the imminent opening of the MeliĆ” Iguazu, the only hotel in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

A hotel with an incredible view is about to open in Iguazu National Park in Argentina – one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World.

Meliá Hotels International has announced the imminent opening of the Meliá Iguazu, the only hotel to open in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The hotel has panoramic views of the amazing Devil’s Throat Falls, adding a new dimension to tourism in this incredible, unspoilt area.

Meliá taken over management of the property which is being renovated to update its facilities to the standards expected of the Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand.

It offers 169 rooms, alongside a vast range of dining options, catering to all tastes: there are also takeaway facilities so guests can dine in the comfort of their room, overlooking the stunning scenery.

The property also features two swimming pools, a spa, a gym, multiple children's play areas, as well as meeting and event rooms.

Meliá Iguazu will also endeavour to support the delicate ecosystem of the National Park with a specialised Visitors Centre, designed to educate visitors on the environment of the Iguazu, and protecting it for future generations.

The hotel’s namesake, the Iguazu Falls, are comprised of over 270 waterfalls, which reach heights of 80 metres.

The Devil’s Throat waterfall formation marks the border between Argentina and Brazil, attracting visitors from both countries.

Meliá Iguazu’s privileged location allows guests to experience this incredible and inaccessible feat of nature in a more intimate, exclusive setting.

The waterfalls are the most popular attraction in the Northeast of Argentina, attracting large numbers of tourists.

 

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