If it feels as though you've traveled to the edge of the world at this 148-room waterfront Easter Island retreat, that's because you have. This island, the most remote in the world, is set a whopping 2,181 miles from the coast of Chile and offers curious stone statues, pristine beaches, and unsurpassed quiet. The hotel pays homage to its epic surroundings through the use of locally sourced food, native materials, and traditional construction methods; all rooms are made of volcanic rock and natural noble woods and have sweeping views. The resort's pool, Finnish-style sauna, and intimate four-room holistic spa add to the feeling that you've left the rest of the world far behind.
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