A trip to Ushuaia, also called "The End of the Earth" for its extreme southerly location, is one of the most exciting adventures to embark on. Knowing there is a wide scope of choices, from budget friendly to lavish and luxurious, is one notch off the list of amenities you'll need while visiting the southern most tip of Argentina. Ushuaia is a South American city full of many things to do, mainly outdoor pursuits that leave visitors totally fulfilled. To rest your tired bones and wake up each day ready to take on anything that comes your way, you'll want comfortable and accommodating Ushuaia lodging. Much more common than Ushuaia hotels are cozy cottages and inns. Or, for a cheap place to stay in Ushuaia, hostels are a popular choice.
When searching for a cheap place to stay in Ushuaia, Basily B&B is an excellent choice. This family-owned bed and breakfast has been operating for many years and is a top Ushuaia lodging choice among visitors heading on Antarctica cruises or exploring Ushuaia. With plenty of character and a terrific location only steps from downtown, Basily offers plenty of value for money. Renting out small cottages, the B&B offers breakfast with the price of accommodation as well as plenty of tips and travel advice. Cottages are bright and cheery while the main lodge is ripe with rich wood detailing, an abundance of leafy plants, and loads of atmosphere ideal for socializing. The hosts have a long history of catering well to guests and offering comfortable and well-maintained accommodation for a budget-conscious crowd.
When booking Ushuaia lodging it's best to know the exact location of the hosteria, a term often used for a hotel, inn, or hostel, as often accommodation can offer the surprise of a long hike into town. Many of the attractions in Ushuaia lie in or near the center of town and in the coldest months a short walk rather than a long trek is key for staying out of plunging temperatures when visiting the town's museums and other indoor attractions. With excellent access to Tierra del Fuego National Park, Ushuaia can get fairly busy, especially in the summer months when the ski season kicks off. Booking a cheap place to stay in Ushuaia is best done well ahead of time.
Tierra de Leyendas is an unforgettable boutique hotel in Ushuaia. If you're not looking for a cheap place to stay, Tierra de Leyendas is a great choice for soaking in luxury while visiting Ushuaia. It's said to be one of the most accommodating hotels in Argentina in the southern region by many guests. The best of Patagonian fine dining is on the menu along with lavish rooms complete with numerous excellent amenities. Special services not found in many other Ushuaia hotels include a stocked regional video library featuring abundant information of the stunning region and onsite guides ready to help with transportation, tours, and other travel advice. There are also a slew of board games for warm evenings by the fire. This hotel in Ushuaia straddles the beautiful Beagle Channel and provides sublime views of Ushuaia's best asset. The snow caps of the Andes are in full view while the deep blue water is reminiscent of all the incredible natural elements that lie right outside your door.
While visiting Ushuaia, the best choice for accommodation is to skip the often overpriced Ushuaia hotels and opt instead for a smaller, and cozier cottage, inn, or hostel. Hostels, often carrying the reputation of being replete with young, raucous crowds, are actually a popular choice among modern travelers, both young and old. Hostels are traditionally located in a converted home and often feature much more charm and restful atmosphere than a hotel. With so many things to do in the area, you'll definitely want a good night's sleep each and every night. During beautiful Argentinian days, Martial Glacier, The End of the World Museum, the historic railway and much more await. Much like popular Buenos Aires in the northeast, tours are readily available for exploring Tierra del Fuego, the Beagle Channel and much more of the area for complete and fulfilling Argentina holidays in the south.
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