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I stay this hotel 2 night in November, 2017
The staff is very nice. The owner wife (Isabelle), she drive a car pickup from/to airport. She is very nice and very welcome myself.
Good taste of Breakfast,,, 1st day is cook by Isabelle and 2nd...More
left waiting at the airport, the room was dirty, the bed linen was old and in bad condition, the bathroom had tubes hanging, the room was dirty, the breakfast was poor, attended by a drunkman who called the police when we said we could not...More
I was greeted at the airport by Sonia, who gave me a lei, and took me on a little tour of the town. She was very helpful. Marcelo, her husband, took over from there, making sure I had everything I needed to enjoy paradise.
Kaimana was a very enjoyable experience. It is small, cozy & feels like home. The rooms are fairly basic, but quite large, and the common area is lovely.
The breakfast starts quite late, but that is par for the course on Easter Island, and it...More
The owner, Marcello, was out of town, so his wife, Sonia picked us up at the airport. Lovely lady, with a great sense of humor. I am fortunate enough to speak basic Spanish, so we clicked immediately. The room was spacious and well appointed. No...More
You can book for free through booking sites and then pay when your arrive or leave. Make sure you ask for a receipt and keep it! The owner is nice, but can be forgetful. Also, for some reason, every place I stayed in... More
You can book for free through booking sites and then pay when your arrive or leave. Make sure you ask for a receipt and keep it! The owner is nice, but can be forgetful. Also, for some reason, every place I stayed in Chile, the cost was always more. So, if booking says you will owe $200, the hotel will give you a bill for $240, for example. Its very strange, but I didn't want to get into it.