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We stayed here in late September and found it perfect for our needs. Nothing fancy, and doesn't pretend to be. Clean, quiet (except for chickens and dogs, but they are everywhere and we have them at home, so it was nothing unusual) and Willy is...More
I decided to rewrite this review because the previous review was too destructive to the owner, so I requested to cancel my last review and rewrite this new one. I will list the improvements needed so that Marcelo can do some modification to the rooms....More
When you land in Rapa Nui you very fast come to realize that you made time travel back almost 100 years, in our imagination this is how Hawai was a century ago. And Kaimana Inn is not different. So do not expect a 4* resort,...More
The Inn's location is excellent being in town, it is close to restaurants, a short walk to the main street, shops and tour agencies. The room was clean and the service good. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The owner on collecting me from...More
This local gem is Rapa Nui at it's best. As we were greeted by a smiling Marcelo at the airport with, fresh lays in hand, we new were in for a treat. The family influence is genuine, as Anna, Sonia, and the little ones help...More
US$115 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.