We flew from Buenos Aires to Iguazu Falls for a three night stay.  The first night was spent at the Sheraton on the Argentina side followed by the next two nights at the Belmond on the Brazilian side.  Both hotels are on the pricy side but being inside the park and being able to tour around when the crowds are gone is priceless.

Location aside the Sheraton is nothing special.  Older rooms and the food is nothing great and expensive.  I somehow messed up when booking, thought I had booked a falls facing room but a few days before we left I realized it was only a jungle view room.  I was pretty bummed about my mistake but while we were there I stumbled upon a locked door to the rooftop terrace.  I quickly ran down to ask the front desk how I could get up there and they were more than happy to provide me with the key.  They were the best views you could get on the property and I tried my first astrophotography shots and woke up early to check out the sunrise.  Below are my two favourite photos:

Argentinian Iguazu Night.  Fuji X-T1 - 18-135mm

Argentinian Iguazu Morning. Fuji X-T1 - 18-135mm

The two days at the Belmond on the Brazilian side where amazing.  We spent the afternoons at the pool, the evenings along the walkways alone and the nights eating great food.  It was definitely better to spend more time on the Brazilian side.  Also the views in my opinion were more spectacular.  Only downside was rainy mornings so no sunrise photos, but still great.  Also you could go on the falls paths at any time, in Argentina the paths closed at 6pm.  Here are my favourite two from the Brazilian side.  The rest can been seen on Flickr.

View in Brazil. Fuji X-T1 - 18-135mm

Another clear night. Fuji X-T1 - 18-135mm