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We stayed for three nights (we were a group and had three rooms) and not sure if we had just bad luck but....Karina was very nice, but this was not under her control: a) the soap dispenser close to the shower, did not have soap...which...More
We checked into the Parina after our original lodging choice (the Atacama Adventure lodge) figured out they didn't actually have a room for our reservation. Having a car, I liked the Atacama Adventure lodge a little better, but if you don't have a car the...More
The apartments are In a small walled complex 15 minutes walk from the main tourist area.
There are groceries and cafes just around the corner. The main bus station is a 10-minute walk away.
The orange Adobe buildings are well maintained and clean. The front...More
Stayed three nights at Parina Atacama and thoroughly enjoyed it. The staff -- especially Carina and Leyla -- are very welcoming, efficient, and helpful. Only about a 10 walk from the central area along well-lit streets, but quiet and separate from the hostels and tour...More
I booked 4 rooms as visiting with my family and friends. This is a wonderful hotel with very friendly staff, they will do anything to help you. breakfast is bought to you on a tray in the morning at a time you request, on the...More
I believe they did have a hair dryer. If I remember correctly the only place we stayed that didn't have a hair dryer was a hostel in Iguazzu falls. (I may not be remembering accurately, we stayed at a lot of places that... More
I believe they did have a hair dryer. If I remember correctly the only place we stayed that didn't have a hair dryer was a hostel in Iguazzu falls. (I may not be remembering accurately, we stayed at a lot of places that trip, but it seems that any place that didn't have one really stood out to me since I do need to dry my hair each day).