This modern, 4-storey hotel's primary attribute is its central location on the waterfront in the centre of town. It is juts a couple of minutes' walk from the cruise ship dock, so passengers who overnight here can just stroll down to their vessel at embarkation time.
The Albatros Hotel's primary attribute is its central location on the waterfront in the centre of town. It is juts a couple of minutes' walk from the cruise ship dock, so passengers who overnight here can just stroll down to their vessel at embarkation time. It is also a comfortable, if functional, place to stay with a striking, glass fronted façade promising views of the Beagle Channel from the bar and restaurant.
Décor is bright and cheerful, and there is a lively feel as the hotel is used for checking in cruise ship passengers. rooms are compact, simply decorated with TV and private bathroom, located on the side and back of the hotel with street views. Other facilities include a spa with sauna, steam room and hot tub.
What our clients say
Highlights?: Tango performance and landscapes in Patagonia.DB, London
Highlight: Andean crossing to BarilocheHL, Rickmansworth
Highlight?: Cerro Otto, fabulous weather and the guide was just so relaxed and we had all the time in the world. It was a fabulous dayBD, Oswestry
Trekking on the Perito Moreno Glacier, seeing Condors in the Andes, crossing the Andes by boat and bus, the whole visit to Ushuaia. This was probably the most varied and exciting trip we have done in recent years, which worked almost perfectly logistically and in terms of time spent in each location.PN, Guildford
Most Memorable Moment?: Difficult to pick out one part. Patagonia Camp was fantastic. However we found the scenery in Argentinian Patagonia stunning.BS, Derby
An excellent holiday to a fantastically varied country inhabited by charming people. An absolute must.CF, Sutton
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