The world’s southernmost city is known for its changeable weather. Ushuaia easily sees the passage of four seasons within one hour; four troughs of low pressure sometimes sweeping through the city in the course of a single day. And yet the nature is unique. Rugged cliffs, green forests and the view of the horizon, which seems to end beyond the clouds. Hotel Arakur is situated in the middle of this extraordinary environment, perched on a ledge above the town. The five-star hotel, built according to sustainable architectural standards, offers fascinating views of the Beagle Channel. Geothermal air-conditioning and humidity controls ensure a comfortable temperature when the weather outside is changeable. The furnishings feature local materials. An interior made of stone, wood and marble transforms the landscape inside the hotel. The bathroom furnishings bear the signature of two international designers. With toilets and bidets by Philippe Starck and washbasins by Lord Norman Foster, the hotel bathrooms become wellness oases.