Hotel Los Yamanas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Los Yamanas Ushuaia
10 minutes taxi ride from the center of Ushuaya
Room very spacious, beds very comfortable, nice bathroom.
free access to the Internet in the rooms as well as in the lobby
some of the staff actually speak some English !!
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