Book Online5 star accommodation in a Hotel at The End of the World
Located in Ushuaia, on the shores of the Beagle Channel, Los Cauquenes Resort + Spa + Experiences offers different activities to live a unique experience: active and adventure tourism, dining experiences, spa and wellness treatments, in/out pool and a unique natural environment.

Los Cauquenes, the only high-end Resort & Spa on the Beagle Channel beach, with the snowed peaks of the imposing Andes mountain range behind it and just 7 km away from the city of Ushuaia, has 54 rooms and suites, direct access to a private beach and outstanding views from all rooms and hotel areas.

24 different ways of achieving body and soul relaxation.
Just to behold the beautiful Beagle Channel in the comfort of a warm, harmonious ambience will set off the process to achieve full body and soul relaxation. Our Spa at the End of the World, equipped to meet the highest international standards, offers 24 kinds of treatments and massages with natural products.

All our suites and rooms offer:
Internet access (Wi-Fi), electronic locks, telephone, TV, hair dryer, safe box, fridge, anti-allergy pillows.

All direct reservations includes american buffet breakfast, access to the Spa, Gym and in/out pool, shuttle service to Ushuaia City Center with fixed hours, In/Out Airport transfer and early check-in & late check-out subject to availability

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Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

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  • Airport Service
  • Disabled guests
  • Fitness
  • Indoor pool
  • Minibar
  • Outdoor pool
  • Room service
  • Sauna
  • SPA
  • WiFi


Argentina  Argentina is a federal republic located in southeastern South America. Sharing the bulk of the Southern Cone with its neighbor Chile to the west, the country is also bordered by Bolivia and Paraguay to the north, Brazil to the northeast, Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Drake Passage

Nightlife info

  Helped by a strong siesta culture there is a vibrant nightlife in Argentina and the country has one of the most eclectic musical traditions in South America.

Ideal time to travel

All year round  

Where in Argentina

Salta & the Northwest | The Sierras of Cordóba | The Vineyards of Mendoza | Buenos Aires & the Pampas

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Night life in Argentina Busy Buenos Aires at Night
Buenos Aires is known as the Furious City to its inhabitants and in Argentina, like most Hispanic countries, the nightlife starts late and goes on until much later. Quite where the inhabitants of Buenos Aires find the time to sleep has been up for debate for some time.
Night life in Argentina Buenos Aires has a wealth of night clubs
Dinner in the city is between 8pm–1am, depending on your trajectory. The bars are open until 4am and the nightclubs open at 1am, but only really get going after 2am and will tend to stay open until well after the sun rises.
Night life in Argentina There are many events all year round
Buenos Aires has some of the best nightlife, clubs and events on the continent and is a renowned destination in the music world.
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Alternate nights out include a multitude of tango venues, jazz, folk music in the peñas, theatre, all-night bookshops and record stores, and ice cream parlours open until late. In other towns and cities in Argentina the nightlife can be similarly late.
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