Arakur Resort & Spa , Argentina

Arakur Resort and Spa is the perfect balance between calmness and adventure in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina.

Located on a natural balcony inside Reserva Natural Cerro Alarkén overlooking Ushuaia and the Beagle Channel, Arakur is much more than a luxury hotel – it is an experience that will be etched in the memory of its visitors.

With a standards-based sustainable architectural design Arakur Resort & Spa extends along a spectacular natural balcony situated 800 feet above sea level, surrounded by stunning panoramic views, native forests, natural terraces and green areas harmoniously integrated into the environment.

Arakur Resort & Spa - Ushuaia, Argentina

The magnificent Lobby welcomes the guests with its large windows, the warmth of their fireplaces, and a sophisticated decor made with materials such as wood, stone and natural fabrics.

Arakur Resort & Spa Dining

Typical flavors from Tierra del Fuego can be enjoyed “La Cravia” restaurant that offers Argentine and international meals to be ordered either from the menu or to be served at the buffet, with a capacity of 150 people.

Argentine barbecue, spider crab, lamb and black hake are some of choices to enjoy together with incredible views from the city and the bay.

 

The rooms at Arakur Ushuaia are decorated with contemporary design details and equipped with state-of-the-art comfort technology, which includes heating and lightning smart control systems.

Arakur Resort and Spa Rooms:

Arakur Resort and Spa Rooms

Twin Deluxe

20 rooms with panoramic views to the Beagle Channel and Ushuaia Bay, with two 1.40 metre double beds to enjoy with your family or friends.

Arakur Resort and Spa Rooms

Triples

Triple rooms with northern views to the Andorra and Río Chico valleys. Elegantly decorated with contemporary design details and equipped with the latest comfort technology.

Arakur Resort and Spa Rooms

Double Superior

The 66 guestrooms have panoramic bay views and 45 rooms overlooking the mountains and valleys.

 

Deluxe

Arakur Resort & Spa

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