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Reviewed 17 December 2017

We originally booked at Costa Ushuaia, but it was full and we were moved to the Tolkeyen Hotel just about a block away and were glad we did. It was quiet, beautiful grounds right on the Beagle channel and decent wifi. The room was clean and the restaurant was OK, but the service was friendly despite the fact our waitress didn't speak English. I know enough Spanish to get by! The free breakfast was adequate.

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank The_fotobug
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Reviewed 7 December 2017 via mobile

This was one of the most disappointing places I stayed on three week motorbike trip of Argentina and Chile. The beds were small and poor bases with the springs coming through.
Worse still was the restaurant which produced a vegetable soup of tastelessness and calamari that was cold and soggy.
Almost everyone in our party of ten had an appalling meal.
The breakfasts were hopeless with no selection at all.
Stay somewhere else.

Stayed: December 2017, travelled solo
Thank Richard F
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Reviewed 9 June 2017

A bit out of town. However you can get a free courtesy bus there. They have a schedule once you reach the hotel but perhaps see if they have it online. Otherwise pay the equivalent of $5 US dollars to get a taxi one way there. The location is nice with views over the wild beagle channel. We found the place spacious and clean but very dated. It looks almost unchanged from the late 70’s. The breakfast was OK with cakes, croissants, coffee, juice and white bread. I don’t remember there being much if any fruit. We needed to get an early flight and they called us a cab which arrived on time. Best of all it was dead quiet and we slept very well in clean sheets after our long bus trip from Chile. Fairly expensive for what it was. However after reading the numerous negative reviews about the other hotels in Ushuaia I was glad to be staying here. Again be mindful of how far out of town it is and how if you don’t catch the free bus (which doesn’t wait for long) the price of all the taxi’s will accumulate…

  • Stayed: January 2017, travelled on business
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Reviewed 8 April 2017

What a stunning location. Only spent 1 night before boarding a ship to Antarctica. My evening walk along the water front had spectacular views of snow capped mountains. This was followed by an enjoyable dinner. The room was large, clean and comfortable. I was delighted to wake up to beautiful sunrise. A very pleasant and peaceful hotel which provides a shuttle service into town.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled solo
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1  Thank AG47111
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

What a stunning and awesome location! This hotel is situated in the Southern most town in the world, Ushuaia, and surrounded by the Andes, that rises like a stegosaurus spine in the landscape.
It is surrounded by mountains water and shoreline on a grand scale. The hotel building is large spacious and rustically stylish; lots of wood and high vaulted ceilings. Panoramic views everywhere. Rooms comfy and clean.
However! One gets the feeling that the owners have their captive audience: the regular shipment of block-booked tourists who are passing through Ushuaia to board a cruiser for the Antartic, and because of this, they are uncompetitive. They have a to-die-for large restaurant space with panoramic views and not-great food. I only had breakfast. Poor choice and....adequate.
I can understand them not competing with the high end restaurants in the town, but they could at least 'up' the standard and make the restaurant fare a good all rounder concerning quality, variety and appearance. Yes you guessed it, I own a catering establishment and so I am looking at this under-utilised place in one of the worlds most incredible places wishing that someone would 'get their hands on it'!

Room Tip: Try and get a room with a view: however, our request for one did not bear fruit
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank akoth777
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