Long layover at Puerto Iguazú airport (IGR) or in nearby hotels

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Possibility to spend the night at Puerto Iguazú airport (IGR), if open 24 hours. Services available, places to rest (free resting zones), or look for the list of nearby hotels and vip lounges.

Layover guide. Sleeping facilities in the public zone or boarding area

Puerto Iguazú airport (IGR)
Spending the night at the airport
Puerto Iguazú airport is open around the clock, so you will be able to spend the night inside the enclosure if you have a flight early in the morning. In any case, you will not find a lot to do while you wait.
Where to rest: The terminal does not provide many amenities or secluded nooks where you can rest, so it is advisable to have a plan B. There is a VIP lounge in the boarding area, but keep in mind that it closes at night. Being a tourist spot, you can find numerous accommodations of different types in the surroundings.
Baggage: There are no left luggage services. This means you will have to keep your bags with you until check-in time.
Eating and drinking: The airport's coffee shop remains closed at night.

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Nearby Hotels

There are no hotels inside the enclosure. Some of the closest accommodations are: Meliá Iguazú (Tel +54 3757 491 800), Orquideas Hotel & Cabañas (Tel +54 3757 420 472), Cabañas Luces de la Selva (Tel +54 376 447 6335), Belmond Hotel das Cataratas (Tel +55 45 2102 7000), NaMaRà Iguazú (Tel +54 3757 1552 0100), Hotel Apart San Cristóbal (Tel +54 3757 494 050), Yaguareté Lodge (Tel +54 3757 420 768), Americano Hotel & Cabañas (Tel +54 3757 420 190), Tangoinn Club Iguazú (Tel +54 3757 421 823), Hotel Carmen (Tel +54 3757 424 047).

Latest updates: September 10, 2018

  Scoring of Puerto Iguazú airport

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Scoring in Stay Overnite at The Airport (sleeping conditions):
VIP Lounge Pass