Best Hostels in Ushuaia for Solo Travellers, Couples, and Small Groups

Ushuaia is located on the Beagle Strait and is the largest city in Argentine Tierra del Fuego. It is also arguably the most southern city in the world and it's served as a missionary base, a penal colony and a naval base for the Argentine navy. It's now a growing tourist town that has restaurants and even casinos. Many visitors use it as a base for hiking or winter sports in the area, and it is also a base for cruises to Antarctica.

The cost of living in the area is relatively high and food can be quite expensive. Inflation is out of control as well, so quoted prices will quickly become out of date.

There are several good hotels, hostels, and bed and breakfast in Ushuaia. The do fill up quickly, particularly during the peak travel season, so reservations are recommended.

How much do hostels in Ushuaia cost?

Average Dorm Price $26 ($20 to $35)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $93 ($48 to $241)

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $28.07
Private Room: $42.11
Overall Rating: 81%
La Posta Hostel and Apart is one of the most popular places to stay in Ushuaia. It will feel like your "home at the End of the World" and you are sure to enjoy a relaxing and restful visit here. The hostel is clean and comfortable and it offers many different amenities for guests. Every morning they serve a traditional Argentine breakfast, which is a great way to start your day. The hostel also has the convenience of free wi-fi throughout. There's a laundry room and two different kitchens where you can prepare your own meals. There's also a large patio that offers wonderful views of the mountains.

There are a variety of room types to choose from so whatever your travel style and budget, you will find something that meets your needs. Dorms sleep five, six, or eight people. There are also twin and double private rooms as well as fully furnished apartments.

The staff here are great and they can help you with any information you might need. They work hard to ensure that the hostel stays clean and comfortable, and you will appreciate the effort and personal touches that they put into their work.

This hostel is conveniently close to the airport and is a bit of a walk in to town. It's a social place to stay and it won't be long before you meet other travelers here.
Peron Sur n 864 Rafaela Ishton N 865 , Ushuaia, Argentina,

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $22.58
Private Room: $42.33
Overall Rating: 91%
Antarctica Hostel is a warm and welcoming place to stay in the heart of the most southern city in the world. It's just two blocks from the city's main street and you can enjoy views of the Beagle Channel and the mountains beyond.

The hostel offers a relaxing place to spend time. There is a large common area with a bar, a shared kitchen, and a dining area. There's also a supermarket just a block away, so it is easy to prepare your own meals. You can also cook asado, or traditional Argentine barbecue, outside in the garden area. Also included in the room is a full European breakfast. This is very helpful for budget travelers, as food costs in the area are quite high.

This is a relaxing and social place to stay. The common area is a popular place to hang out after a day full of trekking and exploring. The bar is a good place to grab a drink and they over a variety of local and international beers. The hostel also offers all of the modern amenities you might want including free wi-fi and internet access, hot water, and music.

There are double private rooms as well as six bed dorms available.
Calle Antartida Argentina 270 Tierra Del Fuego , Ushuaia, Argentina,

A good option for couples and small groups.

Private Room: $40.00
Overall Rating: 93%
Galeazzi Basily B&B is not actually a hostel, but more of a bed and breakfast. It's located in a family style house and also has cabins where guests can stay. It's about half a kilometer outside of downtown Ushuaia and is in a quiet residential neighborhood where you can be assured a good night's sleep. This is one of the most welcoming and enjoyable places to stay. The staff will give you a wonderful perspective on the area, and they speak English as well as other languages, which helps with all types of communication.

As a bed and breakfast that's housed in a local home, you'll really appreciate the personal touches of the place. You'll also get to experience first hand the local hospitality. The owners have traveled extensively themselves, and they enjoy sharing their experiences and knowledge with guests. They know all of the best hikes and highlights in the area.

This B&B has two bedrooms that each have twin beds and a shared bathroom. There are also two cabins that sleep up to four people. The cabins offer a little more space and privacy, and include a bathroom, kitchenette with a refrigerator, and a double or twin beds.
Gob. Valdez 323 , Ushuaia, Argentina,

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