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Located outside town and surrounded by open areas and gardens with raised wooden walkways, Hare Noi in Chile is an intimate and welcoming stay. There’s a lovely pool set by the spa, and bikes are available. The restaurant, Motu Umanga seeks to preserve ancient techniques and ingredients, making every meal a ritual for the senses. This is a great base from which to explore the island highlights such as the moai quarry Rano Raraku and the impressive moai platforms such as Ahu Tongariki and Akivi.
Hare Noi in Chile is one of the most comfortable hotels in and around Easter Island’s only town, Hanga Roa.
The nine rooms and common areas are spread across a number of traditional ‘Hares’ or houses, with the interiors offering modern and comfortable spaces plus outdoor wooden decking. Four of the bedrooms have garden views and the other five have sunset views from its hillside location out of town.
Local produce and ancient recipes make for a unique dining experience. By preserving ancient cooking techniques and ingredients, dining at Hare Noi is a true ritual of the senses. Guests can choose their own catch of the day, which is directly fished from Rapa Nui waters (freshness is guaranteed!).
The hotel’s spa is ideal for relaxing after a day of hiking and discovering the region: natural volcanic stones make up the area, and a wadding pool and natural rock solarium are all equally as inviting, enabling guests to completely disconnect.