Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa – Ushuaia, Patagonia, Argentina
Virtually at the end of the world, Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa is set on the shores of Beagle Channel in Tierra del Fuego with stunning views of the snow-covered peaks of the Andes Mountain Range. An exclusive resort in an exceptionally beautiful setting, expect peace and tranquillity, gourmet dining, and a spa with a heated pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and body treatments.
Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa is built in the traditional southern Argentine architectural style with the use of lenga wood and stone. Inside, the 54 rooms and suites are tastefully decorated in neutral tones with highlights of colour. The suites have a private balcony or deck and gorgeous views of the sea.
Sail the waters of the Beagle Channel and observe Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse, sea lions, Magellanic Penguins, and over 20 different sea bird species. Or trek the ancient coastal paths to see condors, steamer ducks, red foxes, eagles and beaver dams. Return to Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa to dine on exquisite Patagonian cuisine and recount your experiences of this most spectacular of places.
Dreamlike views of the mountain range or the Beagle Channel, luxury amenities and lots of room to relax at the End of the World.
Senior Suite: A spacious separate living-room welcomes those willing to enjoy a spectacular first-row view of the Beagle Channel landscape in total privacy. The suite has an exclusive deck overlooking the beach and a large Jacuzzi for hours of relax, and features L’Occitane en Provence amenities, Nespresso coffee-maker; personal weigh scale and audio equipment.
Junior Suite: Enjoy the exceptional view from your private balcony and relax in this suite equipped with L’Occitane en Provence amenities and Nespresso coffee-maker. A subtle blend of modern and classic is the hallmark of its two connected rooms
European gourmet cuisine and one-hundred-percent Patagonian dishes like lamb and king crab await at Reinamora, ther prestigious restaurant overlooking the Beagle Channel. Inquire about our 3-night Gourmet Experience.
Wellness & Spa
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. The Spa at the End of the World, equipped to meet the highest international standards, offers 24 kinds of treatments and massages with natural products.
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Ushuaia, Patagonia, Argentina
A busy port and adventure hub, Ushuaia is a sliver of steep streets and jumbled buildings below the snowcapped Martial Range. Here the Andes meets the famed Beagle Channel in a sharp skid, making way for the city before reaching a sea of lapping currents.
Ushuaia takes full advantage of its end-of-the-world status, and an increasing number of Antarctica-bound vessels call into its port. The town’s mercantile hustle knows no irony: there’s a souvenir shop named for Jimmy Button (a Fuegian native taken for show in England) and the ski center is named for the destructive invasive castor (beaver). That said, with a pint of the world’s southernmost microbrew in hand, you can happily plot the outdoor options: hiking, sailing, skiing, kayaking and even scuba diving.
Tierra del Fuego’s comparatively high wages draw Argentines from all over, and some locals lament the lack of urban planning and loss of small-town culture.
On South America’s southern frontier, nature grows wild, barren and beautiful. Spaces are large, as are the silences that fill them. For the newly arrived, such emptiness can be as impressive as the sight of Patagonia’s jagged peaks, pristine rivers and dusty backwater oases. In its enormous scale, Patagonia offers an innumerable wealth of potential experiences and landscapes.
Though no longer a dirt road, lonely RN 40 remains the iconic highway that stirred affection in personalities as disparate as Butch Cassidy and Bruce Chatwin. On the eastern seaboard, paved RN 3 shoots south, connecting oil boomtowns with ancient petrified forests, Welsh settlements and the incredible Península Valdés. Then there is the other, trendy Patagonia where faux-fur hoodies outnumber the guanacos. Don’t miss the spectacular sights of El Calafate and El Chaltén, but remember that they’re a world apart from the solitude of the steppe.