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Hotels by region: Misiones, Argentina

The following hotels match your request. Our LF recommended logorecommendations are properties that we particularly like, independent of budget.

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    Estancia Santa Inés

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    Estancia/Ranch - 20km from Posadas
    Built in 1906 in English Tudor style, with a huge dining room, pretty gardens, an outdoor terrace where meals can be eaten, and an outside swimming pool. Read more»
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    Tacuapí Lodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - 165km east of Posadas
    Tacuapí Lodge is set in 13,000 hectares of dense jungle in the heart of Misiones, about 2½ hours from Posadas. The owner, Julio, is an active conservationist and has designed the lodge in such a way to minimize the impact it has on the forest. The lodge is built from reclaimed wood and the food is excellent. Read more»
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    Yacutinga Lodge

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    Lodge/Hosteria - 95km east of Puerto Iguazu
    An environmentally friendly lodge in the heart of the Argentine rainforest and excellent for wildlife, especially birds. Two hours drive from the Iguazu falls, the lodge and private reserve comprises of 570 hectares of primary and secondary interior Atlantic rainforest set on a peninsula on the banks of the Paraná river opposite Brazil. There are a number of well-maintained trails, a short, wooden canopy walkway as well as a humming-bird and orchid garden. Read more»
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    Estancia Santa Cecilia

    Estancia/Ranch - 30km outside of Posadas
    The estancia is closed for refurbishment until further notice - last updated in January 2016. A traditional family-run estancia overlooking the Parana river close to the state capital. You are really made to feel at home during your stay, and all meals are included. Surrounded by fields and trees, the pool is ideally situated to relax in the sun after a days riding. There are around 300 horses and 5,000 cattle, looked after by traditional gauchosRead more»

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