Located in the center of Foz do Iguaçu, 13 km from Bird Park, Golden Park Internacional Foz offers a restaurant and free Wi-Fi in all areas. The hotel features an outdoor pool and city views, and you can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the pool bar or at the Lobby Bar.
The Golden Park offers 214 apartments all tiled and equipped with various items. The apartments are in the Standard and Luxury categories. There are also the Master and Presidential suites. The entire structure has 17 floors and three elevators.
The daily breakfast buffet includes fresh fruits, breads and cold meats, as well as tea, coffee and cold drinks.
The hotel has ample and complete leisure area with gym, swimming pool, sauna, games room and playground. It is also possible to have a good time in two bars: one in the pool area and the Lobby Bar, a relaxed atmosphere, ideal for happy hour or a dinner time with friends.
Golden Park Internacional is 22 km from Iguaçu National Park. The nearest airport is Foz do Iguaçu / Cataratas International Airport, 12 km from the Hotel.
Foz do Iguaçu is internationally recognized for the exuberant nature of the Iguassuu Falls, for the monumental construction of the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant, and for the famous shopping opportunities in Ciudad del Este, Paraguay. A tri-national city, that unites Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina, and multicultural, characterized by the different cultures of the visitors who share spaces every week. A city that arouses interest, whenever cited.
Foz do Iguaçu currently receives at least 1.5 million tourists per year, which represents 6 times its population, which is approximately 263 thousand inhabitants.
Iguassu Falls (in spanish: Cataratas del Iguazú) is a set of about 275 waterfalls on the Iguassu River (in the Paraná River Basin), located between the Iguassu National Park, Paraná, Brazil, and the Iguazu National Park in Misiones, Argentina, on the border between the two countries. The total area of both national parks corresponds to 250 thousand hectares of subtropical forest and is considered Natural Heritage of Humanity.
The Argentine national park was created in 1934, while the Brazilian park was inaugurated in 1939. Both areas of protection for the purpose of managing and preserving the water source that represents this cataract and the surrounding environment. The parks, both Brazilian and Argentine, became World Heritage sites in 1984 and 1986, respectively.
The greatness of a historic achievement of the human construction is the immersion the experience of knowing the Itaipu Power Plant allows. Feeling small in front of a gigantic engineering work, which can be admired up close, is part of seeing yourself on this tour.
The Itaipu Binacional Hydroelectric Power Plant is recognized as one of the greatest works of modern engineering, being the largest hydroelectric plant in production in the World, and for a long time, was also the largest in size. A monumental construction, nowadays is one of the main tourist attractions in Foz do Iguaçu, with an organized tourist service and also a qualified service, which has several options of attractions in the areas of engineering, technology, nature and the historical rescue of region.