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Lote E, sector Hinere , 2770000 Hanga Roa, Chile – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Laundry
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged USD 80 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Featuring a restaurant and free bike rental, La Perouse Rapa Nui offers accommodations in Hanga Roa. Free WiFi access is available in the common areas.
Score from 10 reviews Wonderful
Featuring a restaurant, Residencial Ana Rapu offers accommodations in Hanga Roa. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here features a TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries.
Score from 7 reviews Review score
Only 300 metres from Pea Beach, Hotel Manavai offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and TV sets in downtown Hanga Roa. Free parking is provided. Sebastian Englert Archeological Museum is 1.5 km away.
Score from 86 reviews Very good
Overlooking the ocean and west coast of the island, Tupa Hotel offers rooms with sea and garden views. Free shuttle service to and from Mataveri airport, half a mile away, can be arranged.
Score from 143 reviews Very good
Nice view from the bed to the ocean. Friendly
To expensive for a room with no wifi (just at the lobby and unbelievble slow), no minibar, no tv an a shower with almost no spurt. The towels have not been changed in 5 days. Very expensive restaurant. The standard of this hotel is not more than 1 or 2 Stars, but they sell the rooms as it has 4 stars with a 5 star price (Same price if you would go to the Ritz Carlton hotel in Santiago de Chile!) Everything together you feel like you are in bad film, when we were having breakfast two craftsmen were starting to work on the terrace! There is to much we don't know, sorry it's not working, we dont't have and the kitchen is closed sorry (for a yogurt) for the very high price.
bed restaurant view
road to hotel wifi
Breakfast, dinner and warm welcome from the staff
A sign indicating the hotel's last entrance should be included. Place difficult to be found during the evening
- Very good breakfast. - They have cars for rent which makes it very comfortable.
- The taxi from and to the airport wasn't included. Small hotels, hostels and guest houses were picking up their guests but Altiplanico didn´T. In the end, the taxi from the airport to the hotel was only usd 8 which could be included in the rate (don´t forget this is a usd 300 per night hotel). - There wasn't any bottled water in the room (a minibar could be nice too). - The bed was pretty uncomfortable since they attached two smaller beds to "make" a king one, which kept on creating a gap.
Views from common area, service
Mattress on the floor- impossible to get in/out if knees are old. Plants that block a lovely ocean view- our WHOLE intent for staying their
Fantastic views, peaceful, relaxed and great breakfast : )
Bit of a walk from town but given it passes several Moai along the way one can't really complain!
Hotel staff and service was excellent especially in helping us plan our stay on the island!
There were a few bugs (rolly pollies) in the bathroom and the hot water went out one day.
Staff were great and rooms were better looking than some on the net.
Having a slug in my chicken sandwhich and also a ridiculous amount of bugs in the room. Wifi was slow, if it was even working at all. Power was out for 12 hours one day. All in all, I would give it a 1 star if it was not Easter Island. My expectations were lowered dramatically and it still didn't meet them.
The facilities were very comfortable with big airy rooms, and wonderful beds, and a helpful responsive staff. The pictures do not do it justice. Some of the food was excellent, some not so much. The food was more expensive than the in town restaurants. The staff was very responsive and tried to do everything to make guests happy. Superb sunset views and wonderfully quiet at night and in the mornings. No animals, and no roosters crowing at dawn
The location is quite far from town, and so it was necessary to take taxis back and forth at $6 a pop. Consequently one must add $12 - $24 a day back and forth for taxis depending on how many trips you take. Sometimes the taxis were quite slow to show up. If you have a rental car it is a perfect place to stay.
The food was absolutely phenomenal at lunch and dinner. Hands down, the best meal that we had on the island were at our very own hotel. In addition, the view and location were wonderful. I liked that the rooms were individual cabanas instead of a large hotel, and the shower had nice high pressure and consistent hot water.
Well... the roof of our cabana leaked, and there were massive problems with insects including flies in the lobby (we counted 22 on one window) and ants crawling all over the bed. We brought these to the attention of the staff, who were nice, but seemed unsurprised and couldn't fix the problems. The hotel itself appears to be in a state of disrepair and decline in terms of general maintenance. For example, the walls, floors and furniture were dinged, dented and rusty like you'd expect in a college dorm. It seemed like it hadn't been painted in 10 years, and various walls and floor areas were cracked. Importantly, the cabanas don't have air conditioning and are painted black, so they become ovens that are much hotter than outside. This made sleeping very difficult. Taken together, the condition of our cabana was similar to the condition of $10 backpacker hotels that I stayed in during my youth (probably equating to $40 today). I was very disappointed.
staff excellent breakfast very good dinner excellent very good presentation very good quality food wonderful location
no aircondition - cannot use the roon in afternoon and evening before sun is down ants and coqueroches in the bath room extremely expensive
liked the location, food and staff.
did not like accommodations. no air conditioning and to leave door opened risked being devoured by mosquitos. our room required 2 fans and we were sweltering, especially me, because I have asthma. beds are on a platform very close to the ground and my husband, who is 6'4", fell trying to get out of bed during the night and cut the entire length of his arm!
Everything ! The Staff and Hotel were great !
Accommodations on the island are, by nature of the place, somewhat primitive. That said, this hotel was quite comfortable and I would return to this accommodation if I came back.
Very pleasant room and helpful staff. My (independent) guide told me that in terms of cost versus quality this is possibly the best option on the island with some other more expensive hotels actually falling well below the standard of the Altiplanico.
The food was good but it wasn't cheap. But that's the norm for Easter Island and not a criticism of the hotel - just be prepared to pay quite a bit. Or to look hard for lower cost options: ask your guide - apparently there are a few around which the locals use.