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Hotel Albatros

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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.

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What our clients say

  • 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 day

    BD, Oswestry
  • So many highlights. We wee deeply impressed by the stunning natural beauty of Argentina. Iguazu, Humahuaca, Perrito Moreno and Mount Fitzroy in particular.

    JD, London
  • The estancia stay was wonderful, and a really special place to spend my 30th birthday - I was thoroughly spoilt! Our trip to Quebrada de Humahuaca with Juan was also…

    JK, North Shields
  • Most Memorable Moment: Iguazu falls were amazing - much better than exepcted

    DM, London
  • Not easy to pick out a highlight. It was a very varied trip as we had requested.  The natural scenery around Salta, Iguazu, the Lakes and all over Patagonia was…

    CB, Winchester
  • Seeing the iguazu falls was unforgettable. The hotel was beautiful with a fantastic position.

    LD, London
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Our Expert's Opinion

A modern and practical hotel with a superb location, it is located just over the road from the port, making it perfect if you're doing any kind of cruise. While my room was a little dated, the friendly and helpful staff made up for this, as did the views over the Beagle Channel while eating breakfast.

Sophie
Sophie Barber Travel Expert Sophie lived in Chile before joining us and has travelled extensively across Latin America, from Mexico to the furthest tip of Patagonia and beyond to Antarctica.

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