The inn has a total of 16 spacious rooms and it has a PentaWall modern building system which offers a great ideal to have a warm climate in winter and cool in the summer heat insulation.
Values realeated to administratives fees are already included at the moment of purchase at the HURB website.Local fees, services fees and resort fees may not be included and should be paid directly to the hotel.
Based on 56 reviews
A lot overpriced
The stuff was mostly friendly, the breakfast was very simple. But the pool was dirty, the flushing of the toilet was broken, the whole interior was old and ugly. For 40$ per night (a double room): total overpriced!
Friendly staff, quiet neighbourhood
I had an excellent stay in hosteria Casa Blanca. A short walk from the busstation and the city center. Friendly staff and a good breakfast. Hygiene in the room would be a point of attention though. Furtheron a nice place to stay.
Good enough place if you're on a budget. Staff helped with everything. WiFi only worked for me in the lobby not in my room or in the pool area... which for a budget hotel its great the have a pool. Close walking distance to centre. Basic breakfast only. Don't speak english .. just Spanish and i had to communicate in Portuguese. They sell refreshments which is good.. they don't do lunch or dinner but allow you to bring food to eat , but not to cook. I enjoyed my 4 night stay here ... which was enough time for this location ... the hotel made my stay in Puerto Iguazu more enjoyable for sure.
I agree with other reviews below. The hotel was a basic accommodation. The staff was a very friendly and the breakfast was good too. Close to the bus station and other stores. If you're on budget, then I'd recommend this place. There's a pool and free wi-fi!
Basic, but Comfortable and Good Value
Casa Blanca was basic accommodation, but we knew this when we booked. It was very good value for money, and staff were very friendly and helpful. Only a few minutes' walk from the bus station, restaurants and the centre of town. Workmen were busy when we were there, so I would expect Casa Blanca to look much better in 2012.