Highlights

  • The superlative front-row view of the Beagle Channel
  • Afternoons spent enjoy green, black and fermented teas, accompanied by freshly baked delights
  • The exceptional views onto the Beagle Channel

Contrast the sublime wilderness of Patagonia’s southern tip with the spa indulgences and fine dining of the region’s only luxury hotel. It’s all positioned on the edge of the Beagle Channel, even featuring a swimming pool that extends over its private beach. Ushuaia – the city at the end of the world – is a true frontier land and Hotel Los Cauquenes is its luxurious counterpoint. It’s the only high-end accommodation on the Beagle Channel. Sitting right on the shore, it enjoys spectacular views over Darwin’s famous route, framed on all sides by snow-capped mountains – the kind that grace any Patagonian article in a glossy travel magazine. It even enjoys direct access to a private beach. 


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And, as further juxtaposition to the region’s wilds, the rooms are all perfectly welcoming, featuring thick blankets and thicker throws. A minimal décor – exemplified by hard wood detailing and muted colours – does little to distract from the famous views; rooms either overlook the shimmering Beagle Channel or those towering mountains. Upgrades mix in private anterooms and suite layouts that enjoy balconies and Nespresso coffee machines. For the ultimate, book into the Senior Suite, which features a large Jacuzzi and a private deck that overlooks the hotel’s beach.

And, as further juxtaposition to the region’s wilds, the rooms are all perfectly welcoming, featuring thick blankets and thicker throws. A minimal décor – exemplified by hard wood detailing and muted colours – does little to distract from the famous views; rooms either overlook the shimmering Beagle Channel or those towering mountains. Upgrades mix in private anterooms and suite layouts that enjoy balconies and Nespresso coffee machines. For the ultimate, book into the Senior Suite, which features a large Jacuzzi and a private deck that overlooks the hotel’s beach.    While the rooms are a departure, the gastronomy certainly sites Hotel Los Cauquenes in Patagonia. Menus centre around such regional classics as roast lamb and king crab, showcased best by five-course degustation dinners that pair with the hotel’s 100-strong collection of fine wines. For something lighter, perhaps opt for an afternoon tea where freshly baked patisseries are match with a dazzling array of hot drinks.

Lastly, don’t be fooled by the hotel’s bijou size – there’s a range of facilities on offer. Of which, the spa is certainly the highlight, featuring 24 different treatments and massages that make full use of the region’s natural produce. You’ll also find a unique swimming pool. Half inside and half out, it extends over the Beagle Channel to offer some truly spectacular views. It’s a sight shared by the fully equipped gym, complete with Finnish or dry sauna. 

 

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