Posted Nov 14, 2015
The room was quiet but very small and basic with a blazing light just outside the window that stays on all night. Hopefully you're not shy because the shower is just a barely-frosted glass box in the corner of the bedroom. Also, if you don't have someone in your group that speaks Spanish, I can't imagine not having a difficult time; the staff speaks absolutely zero English whatsoever and they seem pretty unwilling to be helpful anyway. As for the breakfast, I wouldn't call it amazing, but it'll fill you up and they even have vegetarian stuff. They say Breakfast is at 8:30 every morning, but in the five days we were there, they weren't ready until 8:45, so make sure you don't schedule a tour too early. The wifi is totally terrible, but I heard that that's standard on the island. One thing I'd recommend for Easter Island is to try to bring as much food as you can with you. The food quality is super poor and it's ridiculously expensive. We were super happy that we had stocked up at a Santiago grocery store! Lastly, we booked a triple, but they only had a double available and they insisted that we still pay for a triple - that was pretty sucky. At least they did have hot showers, and free (but unfriendly) airport pick-up/drop-off and it's only a ten minute walk to Ahu Tahai which is excellent for sunsets - go there every night!!