• Panoramic Hotel, Argentina

about Panoramic Hotel, Iguassu

about Panoramic Hotel, Iguassu

Originally built in the 1940’s by the same renowned architect know for building Llao Lao, the National Museum of Fine Arts and the National Bank of Argentina, Alejandro Bustillo. Due to the economic situation, the Panoramic Hotel was closed in the 80’s, to then be renovated to re-open in 2007, keeping many of its old features and preserving the original character, to become the luxurious hotel it is now.

Panoramic Hotel is named after the spectacular panoramas the hotel has over the meeting of Iguassu and Parana Rivers; where jungle meets the wild tropics and water displays of colour and light span over 275 waterfalls. After all that, what better to do in the evening than watch the sunset with a glass of champagne from the pool surrounded by tropical gardens…

Panoramic Hotel detail


A very luxurious hotel with sumptuous pool and bath facilities as well as spacious, modern guest areas – all with a view!


Close to the Three Frontiers Border where the Iguassu and Parana Rivers meet to divide Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. It can be access by no less than 3 international airports; Puerto Iguazu Airport in Argentina (30 minutes), Foz de Iguazu in brazil (40 minutes away) and Cuidad del Este in Paraguay (60 minutes away).

Accommodation & Facilities

Rooms all have ample space and modern designs, the large windows and natural décor really bring the light in for an airy and tranquil feel. Standard rooms are twin and look out over the hotels water fountain. River rooms are doubles, and come wither with or without a balcony overlooking the beautiful confluence of the rivers. Junior suites have an additional sitting area and Panoramic suites are on the 4th floor, with the best view in the hotel of the confluence with a larger sitting area and dining table as well a futon by the bed. All rooms have a TV and air conditioning.

The swimming pool and Roman bath outside are incredible and great places to relax; there is also a massage room, business centre and fitness centre with a view as you exercise! The large casino is located on the lobby level and has over 100 modern slot machines, the cosy TV lounge is ideal for relaxing and there is an entertainment room with board games and ping pong. The entertainment room is great for keeping the children busy, as is the outdoor playground.

There is also a gourmet restaurant, outdoor café and a Lobby Bar, where guests are served cocktails, smoothies, fresh fruit juices and snacks.

All areas of the hotel have a modern decor, using neutral colours and the occasional splash of brightness. Clean lines and subtle lighting bring a real luxurious feel to the place and a twist of romance with the odd candle here and there.


The Dona Flor is a fantastic space, its dark interior contrasting the reams of light coming in through angular windows. This menu is influenced by the tropical flavours of the region and provides a tranquil and romantic atmosphere in which to enjoy your meals. If you wish to eat al fresco, then there is the café outside by the pool.


From here there is very easy access to the Three Borders Landmark (Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay), the Jesuit ruins and, of course, the amazing Iguassu Falls themselves.  Throughout the confluence there are over 275 waterfalls and the amazing landscape where jungle meets the tropics is a fabulous area to explore. There is also the Garganta del Diablo (Devil’s Throat), the Macuco Trail and Zodiac Boat rides down the river. The bird watching here is fantastic and for those who want to venture a little further out there are the Precious Stones Mines, the Itaipu Dam and the Mocona Waterfalls.

Child Policy

Children are welcome and there is a playground on the hotel site.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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