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Altiplánico Rapa Nui

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  • Local Flavor

This hotel, part of a relatively new chain of boutique hotels in popular Chilean vacation spots, has minimalist design—beds are mattresses...

Explora Rapa Nui

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This luxury property is built in local volcanic stone and imported wood, and curves discretely along a hillside overlooking the island's...

Hangaroa Eco Village & Spa

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  • Casual Chic

The latest green initiatives meet traditional architecture and hospitality at this peaceful retreat on the coast of remote Easter Island.

Hare Noi

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A series of modern-yet-rustic constructions set on a gentle sloping hill on the drive out to Anakena Beach from the town of Hanga Roa...

Hotel Iorana

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Perched high on a cliff that juts out into the ocean, this hotel entices its visitors with unmatched views. The swimming pool is small...

Hotel Taha Tai

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Open and airy, this hotel seems to have sunlight streaming in from everywhere. Rooms are connected to the main building, and there are...

Puku Vai

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Within walking distance of the airport, Puka Vai is clean, airy, bright, and spacious. The lobby and breakfast room has high ceilings...

Vai Moana

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The name of this lodging means "blue sea," and it's easy to see why. A long stretch of azure can be seen from just about everywhere.