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Posada De La Laguna - All-inclusive Resort Lodge Esteros Del Iberá - Argentina

Posada de la Laguna is one of Colonia Pellegrini’s oldest and finest inns. Built and operated by Elsa Güiraldes, great-niece of famed Argentine writer Ricardo Güiraldes, the hotel has a comfortable sitting and dining lodge where classical music plays low. The guest rooms are in separate, ranch-style buildings. All are tastefully decorated and spacious. Posada de la Laguna’s all-inclusive packages include four meals per day and two activities (one launch, one hike). Nighttime boating and hiking excursions are included at no extra charge for stays of three nights or more. Elsa speaks English and French. Guides speak Spanish; translators are available. The posada has an office in Buenos Aires (Tel: 011-4797-7449).

Location:

Guasú Virá, between Caranday and Pindó


Colonia Pellegrini, Esteros Del Iberá, Argentina

All-inclusive Resort Lodge

This Hotel is: High End

Hotel Amenities, Services and Facilities , 24-Hour Hot Water, Bar, Breakfast Included, Child-Friendly Facilities, Common Room, Internet Facilities - Free, Laundry Service, Linens Included, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Parking - Free, Restaurant, Room Service, Taxes Included in Price, Towels Included, Travel Info Desk, Wake-Up Call, Wifi

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso, US dollar, Euro

Getting There:







1) Buenos Aires – Lodge:



• Car: From Mercedes to the lodge it is a ripio road but it can be driven with a regular car



• Commercial airplane: the nearest airport is Posadas.



• Night bus to Mercedes. In Mercedes private transfer to the lodge or regular bus. For the regular bus you will need to contact them directly: Rayo Bus : (03773) 420184 or Aldave (03773) 421154 / (03773) 421932



2) Posadas – Lodge:



• Car: We suggest it is a 4x4 vehicle. When it rains it is the only way to get through



• Private transfer (4x4) it is what we recommend the most.



3) Iguazú – Lodge:



• Car: We suggest it is a 4x4 vehicle. When it rains it is the only way to get through



• Private transfer (4x4) it is what we recommend the most.



• Regular bus to Posadas. In Posadas a private transfer (4x4) .



4) Corrientes – Lodge:



• Car



• Regular bus to Mercedes. In Mercedes private transfer to the lodge or regular bus. For the regular bus you will need to contact them directly: Rayo Bus : (03773) 420184 or Aldave (03773) 421154 / (03773) 421932

Room Prices:
Price Description:







1) Buenos Aires – Lodge:



• Car: From Mercedes to the lodge it is a ripio road but it can be driven with a regular car



• Commercial airplane: the nearest airport is Posadas.



• Night bus to Mercedes. In Mercedes private transfer to the lodge or regular bus. For the regular bus you will need to contact them directly: Rayo Bus : (03773) 420184 or Aldave (03773) 421154 / (03773) 421932



2) Posadas – Lodge:



• Car: We suggest it is a 4x4 vehicle. When it rains it is the only way to get through



• Private transfer (4x4) it is what we recommend the most.



3) Iguazú – Lodge:



• Car: We suggest it is a 4x4 vehicle. When it rains it is the only way to get through



• Private transfer (4x4) it is what we recommend the most.



• Regular bus to Posadas. In Posadas a private transfer (4x4) .



4) Corrientes – Lodge:



• Car



• Regular bus to Mercedes. In Mercedes private transfer to the lodge or regular bus. For the regular bus you will need to contact them directly: Rayo Bus : (03773) 420184 or Aldave (03773) 421154 / (03773) 421932


Contact Information:
Phone: 5411-4797-7449
Fax: 03773-499413
E-mail: reservas(at)remove-this.posadadelalaguna.com
URL: www.posadadelalaguna.com

Hostería Ñandé Retá,








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