Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego - Argentina
About Our HotelUshuaia Hotel was inaugurated in 1989 by a family of original settlers, who believed in tourism as a genuine economic activity in Tierra del Fuego. Being pioneers in establishing a venture of this kind in the area, and having accumulated a long experience in the field, they continue to manage the hotel today.
With 60 rooms - mostly doubles and triples - two stories and gabled roofs, Ushuaia Hotel is located in a high point of the city (approx. 100m above sea level). The hotel offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and forests, the city, the Beagle channel and the Chilean islands stretching south.
When founded, the hotel was given the name "Ushuaia”, like the city. This word was derived from the language of the Yamana (indigenous people who originally inhabited this land) and means "bay that penetrates to the west" or "bay that juts westward."
Our hotel features a large green space and patio, which is accessed from the bar, with species of native flora and introduced species that have adapted to the southern climate. The style and furnishings of our hotel are simple, practical and sober, seeking comfort and spaciousness.
As we are located in a mountainous terrain, when leaving for a walk, you should always take into account the steep streets. Our hotel is just 1 km, or 10 blocks from the main street of the city (San Martín Street) and this trip takes around 20 minutes by foot or 5 minutes by car. Taxis or remises can be ordered by our reception and it is very easy to return to the hotel by taxi, from any point in the city, especially from downtown.
The International Airport, called Malvinas Argentinas, is located on a peninsula that juts into Ushuaia Bay and is 7 km from our hotel. Always depending on traffic, the ride is about 20 minutes by car. Taxis can be ordered in the airport upon arrival.
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