Beagle Channel, First Row. The World We Know Ends. A Better One Begins—a First-row view of the Beagle Channel. 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.
Located at one of the most exotic places in the world, at the shore of Beagle Channel and with a beautiful view of the snow-covered peaks of the imposing Andes Mountain Range, Los Cauquenes matches his rustic architecture in lenga wood and stone, with an impressive natural surrounding to offer a unique experience in high standard hotels. The quality of service offered leaves behind everything known so far in Ushuaia. Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa has direct access to the beaches on Beagle Channel, allowing the guests to contact incredibly transparent waters and the South Atlantic's blue deepness.
Rooms - Dreamlike views of the mountain range or the Beagle Channel, luxury amenities, and lots of room to relax at the End of the World.
Dining - ''Restaurant Reinamora'' - Sharpen your senses to discover and appreciate End of the World cuisine's delights. Enjoy local flavors, fresh products that add the experience, and the chef's creation of dishes. You will find the strongest and most exclusive international cuisine flavors, such as the Spider Crab and the Hake, typical Patagonia dishes that appeal to the most demanding palates. ''Wine Bar'' - The ideal place to relax, enjoy distinguished and regional wines surrounded by an exceptional landscape and with an exclusive view of the Beagle Channel. ''Afternoon tea'' - The most precious aromas of green, black, and fermented teas, accompanied by exquisite cakes, mini patisserie, fresh fruit tarts, hot scones, and more.
''Lunch / Dinner in Akawaia'' - The Fuegian sunset colors the landscape, while the exclusive Akawaia boat takes its course over the Beagle Channel. The Andes and the southern coast of the islands are the setting for a gourmet experience specially designed for the occasion. Tasting a different dinner on board with the special distinction that characterizes Los Cauquenes. Sensations to treasure in front of a unique environment.
The Spa - The Spa at the End of the World offers a view that transforms and completes the relaxing and physical activity experiences, with incomparable views of the Beagle Channel and the mountains. In-out pool - With half of the pool inside the Spa and the other half on the terrace plus the landscape as a fantastic frame, the in-out pool offers a unique physical/sensorial relaxing experience at the End of the World. Gym and Sauna - Work out in the latest-technology equipped gym or enjoy the wonders of the dry or Finnish Sauna.
Cruising the Beagle Channel - A tour along the Beagle Channel is an invitation to see Ushuaia from a different viewpoint. Setting sail from Ushuaia’s commercial pier and cruise around Alicia Island aboard the exclusive boat, the Akawaia. You will watch for seabirds like the steamer duck, sheldgoose, kelp gull, seagull, and snowy sheathbill. Near the Mary Ann and Les Eclaireus island, you will observe South American sea lions and fur seals, as well as both imperial and rock shags. In addition to seeing the Les Eclaireus lighthouse, you will learn about the 1930 shipwreck of the SS Monte Cervantes.
Explore the nature of the place at its best - The expedition departs from the End of the World train station and reaches the National Park, where you will visit Ensenada Bay with its stunning view of the Andes - and where the southernmost post office in the world is located! You will continue toward Lake Roca, surrounded by lush forests and mountains, before hiking the Lapataia Bay trails. You will then discover and observe local flora and fauna as setting sail along the Beagle Channel on the exclusive ship, the Akawaia, toward Ushuaia Bay. This experience will surround you with the End of the World's flavors and colors that evoke the Andean landscape's natural beauty.
Sail along the Beagle Channel watching the sea life - Set sail from Ushuaia’s pier on the exclusive ship, the Akawaia, onward to Alicia Island. The focus is on birdwatching: the steamer duck, sheldgoose, kelp gull and seagulls, and the snowy sheathbill. You will visit the Les Eclaireus lighthouse before sailing on to Martillo Island, where you will observe a colony of Magellanic penguins - and perhaps some Gentoo penguins as well!