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Easter Island is known mostly for its enigmatic head-shaped idols called moai which litter the island by the hundreds but is increasingly visited as a tourist destination. Easter Island is unlike any other place in the world thanks to the anthropological findings everywhere in sight. It’s also a tough destination to book a hotel in, which is why we here at Skyscanner are here to help you get the best deal and navigate your trip to the land of the moai.

Where are the hotels located on Easter Island?

Most of the hotels on Easter Island are located on the island’s southwestern beach settlement, though there are a handful of other hotels scattered around the island’s interior. Of the hotels in the settlement, most are within walking distance to the airport.

You’ll find the most of the hotels in the settlement have beautiful ocean views, though perhaps not very good views of the moai statues that you may have visited Easter Island to see in the first place.

Can I book a hotel near the moai idols?

The hotels scattered around the interior of the island are the closest you can get to lodging near the moai idols on Easter Island. The hotels on Easter Island located near the moai have a more remote and almost alien feeling to them than those at the main settlement, which is a feeling many tourists seek when they travel to Easter Island.

Though the hundreds of moai are nearly everywhere except the major settlement on the island, you should be able to find a hotel on Easter Island with moai in every direction the eye can see, provided that you’re willing to pay the premium.

What prices are hotels on Easter Island?

Hotels on Easter Island tend to be somewhat expensive, with many costing over $100 and a fair number costing over $200. The resort hotels are even more expensive and can be as pricey as $500 per night depending on the exact accommodations.

Can I book a specific hotel/hotel brand?

In short, no. Easter Island is not a place where globalization has brought a host of international hotels, and so your options will be limited to small and medium-sized local hotels which may vary drastically in quality.

You aren’t going to find any international chain hotels or any branded hotels of any kind. On the bright side, there aren’t any particularly famous hotels or resorts on Easter Island that are sought after more than any other, so you should be getting a decent room no matter where you end up booking.

What should I expect from my hotel room?

Expect your hotel room on Easter Island to maintain three-star standards. You will have maid service, but perhaps not room service. There are many hotels with a little bit of beachfront that you can lounge on and order a cocktail, but few hotels with expansive spas or gyms. Pools are relatively common among hotels, though it can be hard to find high-speed internet access due to Easter Island’s remote location.