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Located just 4 miles from Ushuaia, the southernmost city of the world, Los Cauquenes sits in splendid isolation overlooking the Beagle Channel, and most of the rooms have a beautiful view of the snow-covered peaks of the imposing Andes Mountain Range.
Los Cauquenes is unquestionably the best hotel in the area, built entirely from the local lenga wood and stone. There are 54 elegant and simple rooms, including five suites, designed using typically Fuegian architecture. In addition there are also private bungalows sleeping six.
The main restaurant at the hotel is Reinamora, serving gourmet international cuisine, and when not burning off breakfast in the great outdoors, the hotel also has a well appointed spa, gym and indoor swimming pool.
Outside you can explore the southernmost peaks of the Andes on hikes and bicycle rides, or enjoy other activities as diverse as birdwatching, fly fishing and, in winter, dog-sledding and ice climbing.
Why we love it
Los Cauquenes is unquestionably the best hotel in the area, built entirely from the local lenga wood and stone.
Saskia, Original Traveller