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Reviewed 9 November 2016

A cheerful welcome to the Hotel by charming staff is the nearest to service that one will get on Easter Island. There is no luxury but a perfectly adequate bed with a shower which works a bit and a fabulous view over the sea. Wild horses drop by occasionally to join the swimmers and have a drink. Some bugs but nothing potentially dangerous.
Church on Sunday morning (properly attired) is enchanting as nearly the entire population is there dressed in their finest and singing their hearts out.
Breakfast is very simple with a slice of 'shiny' ham if you want more than cornflakes and orange squash.
Picnics supplied for explorers were adequate but do not expect anything outstanding as this is an island a long way away from anywhere and I saw no crops being grown.
The Moas are outstanding - mysterious and curiously cold. How have they survived?
Dinner was possible at a couple of tiny restaurants in the town and they made great caipirinhas!
Three days and nights are sufficient as there are few, if any, amenities.
The island is beautiful with charming residents and the enigmatic Moas. That is all you need really.

Room tip: Rooms are adequate, beds comfortable but a great view from every room. Just relax and enjoy this extraordinary island.
Date of stay: December 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank sabLondonandTanzania
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Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

If you do not care for
ΤV set in your room
Mini bar
Vanity set
Bath robe
Then you can try it, but not in a price range of a 5 stars hotel.
You might also experience power and water failure.
Pair it with the slow pace and non English speaking attitude and you have the perfect NOT TO GO place.
The food at the hotel is maybe the best in town but at a ridiculous price of € 70 per head.
The breakfast is very good especially the deserts.

Date of stay: November 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Pavlos1949
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Reviewed 30 October 2016

We have enjoyed our two nights stay. Each room is individual bungalow. Room was comfortable and the shower was unique. The glass roof in the bathroom makes one feel showering in the nature.

We took a sunrise tour and wouldn’t be able to eat breakfast and asked for a packed meal. We were pleasantly surprised to find a cooler filled with goodies (rice pudding, fruits, sandwiches, cookies, water and juice) waiting for us on the counter at reception.

It is better to book tours from the hotel for free transfer.

Room tip: Rooms next to the reception (#1-3) have more privacy as the window faces the ocean.
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Live2EatAndTravel
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Reviewed 26 October 2016

As other reviewers have said, this hotel is about a half hour walk from the only town on the island, and the first part of the walk is no fun, being on a paved road-the second half is better, along the waterfront past some of the famous moas. A cab can be had for about $7, however. Hanga Roa town is pretty drab, so no reason you would want to be in town other than convenience for restaurants and shops.
The rooms at Altiplanico are separate little houses, nice and big, comfortable beds (mosquito nets provided) and a large shower room, no tub. The rooms and the reception building look out onto the Pacific, past a solitary moa standing at the water's edge, charming view, lovely sunsets. The setting is rural-there is some insect life, nothing alarming.
The hotel restaurant prices are much higher than those in town, and the food is good without being exceptional; since getting into town is easy, you don't have to put up with this. The hotel staff are excellent, helpful and attentive.

Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Imackin
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Reviewed 15 October 2016

We stayed there for 5 days and had a great time.
It is located at a walking distance from Hanga Roa (2,3 km). We recommend you to walk to the city following the coast and coming back by taxi (very cheap).
Rooms are bungalows, very spacy and nicely decorated according to the Rapa Nui traditions. Beds are quite low…. Taking a shower was quite chalenging ! The rainforest type of shower is great when you have enough pressure in the system and hot water !
The restaurant serves delicious dishes but you should not be in a hurry because the service is quite slow. While waiting, you can enjoy the wonderful sunset. At breakfast time, bring a jacket/scarf because it is windy.

Room tip: Rooms closer to the reception
Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Anne S
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