There’s no shortage of hotels on Easter Island: there are plenty to suit all budgets. What’s more, they are often of excellent quality. Reservations are compulsory, as they will serve as a receipt at Santiago de Chile international airport for your onward journey to Easter Island. The only downside is that accommodation prices can double during the austral summer, from October to March. Discover our selection of the best hotels on Easter Island!

Luxury Hotels on Easter Island

Nayara Hangaroa: the Hotel of Superlatives

Nayara Hangaroa: the Hotel of Superlatives on Easter Island

The five-star Nayara Hangaroa features bold architecture that combines modern elegance with respect for local traditions. Rooms are decorated in a refined, minimalist style. There are no televisions here, so you can take full advantage of the magnificent setting, spa and outdoor pool. Facing due west towards the ocean, the site offers the most beautiful sunsets.

Its proximity to Hanga Roa invites you to explore and stroll. Back at the hotel, you can enjoy local and international cuisine with friendly, professional service. During your stay, the staff will go out of their way to make your stay unforgettable. For two people, expect to pay between $650 and $1,350 per room, depending on the time of year.

Hotel Hare Uta: Bungalows in the Garden

Hotel Hare Uta: Bungalows in the Garden

Hidden away in a new Garden of Eden, Hotel Hare Uta offers nine individual bungalows, offering privacy and comfort with ocean views from the terraces. The rooms are elegantly decorated with noble, stylish materials. Above all, the excellent bedding ensures a good rest. The highly competent and friendly staff will fulfill your every wish.

Expect a complete change of scenery, as this protected area is located on the outskirts of Hanga Roa, just a 30-minute walk from the city’s main attractions. Enjoy Polynesian-style living, with flower gardens for breakfast, relaxation sessions at the spa, an outdoor pool and delicious cuisine. In low season, expect to pay around $440 per night for a double room.

Hotel Hare Nua: Best Hotel on Easter Island

Hotel Hare Nua: Best Hotel on Easter Island

An ideal destination for couples, Hotel Hare Nua is the best boutique hotel on the island. Spacious, comfortable rooms feature a small private terrace overlooking the lush garden or the city. High-quality bedding ensures a restful, comfortable night’s sleep. The rooms are decorated with care and freshness in mind. There’s also a small swimming pool, Jacuzzi and bar at reception.

A stay at this incredible hotel will also give you a taste of Polynesian hospitality, with attentive, friendly hosts. We recommend airport pick-up for the ultimate welcome. Finally, the hotel enjoys a perfect location in the heart of Hanga Roa: restaurants, beaches and places of interest are just a few minutes away on foot. Rates range from $380 to $720 for a double room, depending on the season.

Kona Koa Lodge: the Romantic Oasis


A little way from Hanga Roa, Kona Koa Lodge welcomes you to a tropical setting that’s both surprising and exotic. Four lovely bungalows, sleeping two to four people, are available for your comfort, style and privacy. From your terrace, you’ll enjoy a breathtaking view of the setting sun and the ocean. The decoration follows a modern, sustainable style, with plenty of natural light!

No on-site catering: each bungalow has its own kitchen area. Kona Koa Lodge is more like a vacation rental, but with dedicated, friendly hosts who will be happy to offer advice. This peaceful, lush retreat at the end of town is the ideal place to escape to in total independence. Expect to pay around $290 for two people in a bungalow per night.

Budget Hotels on Easter Island

Cabañas Maria Hau: Discover the Local Spirit

Cabañas Maria Hau: Discover the Local Spirit on Easter Island

Cabañas Maria Hau welcomes you to the western tip of Hanga Roa, just a few meters from the ocean. Within walking distance of the town center, your accommodation offers ideal space for families. The living spaces are meticulously maintained and clean, and are as functional for preparing meals in the fully-equipped kitchen as they are for enjoying the terrace overlooking the flower-filled garden. And the beds are comfortable.

Above all, this is a destination for anyone looking for a human experience. Meeting your hosts will be a wonderful memory, and you’ll have the delightful feeling of being at home. The relatively low prices don’t reflect the quality of this exceptional accommodation. Expect to pay around $100 per night.

Cabañas Hinaaro: Home-Stay Accommodation

Cabañas Hinaaro: Home-Stay Accommodation on Easter Island

Quite a distance from downtown, Cabañas Hinaaro requires you to rent a car to get around the island. Several types of accommodation are available, from double rooms to maisonettes for up to five people. Fairly simple, the rooms are clean and all have their own private bathroom and, in the case of the bungalows, a fully-equipped kitchen.

During your stay, you’ll be immersed in the daily life of your friendly hosts. The real authenticity comes from meeting Easter Islanders, exchanging ideas and chatting. Sharing a moment of conviviality to the sound of an acoustic guitar is well worth a few stars. Expect to pay around $100 per night for a double room, and up to $170 for the largest cottage.

For Backpackers: Camping Tipanie Moana

For Backpackers: Camping Tipanie Moana on Easter Island

For budget travelers looking to discover new things on a budget, without having to compromise on communal living, Tipanie Moana is the place to go. It’s more like a youth hostel, halfway between a hostel and a campsite. Accommodation is in tents, shared dormitories or private rooms. Only some of the rooms have their own bathroom, while other visitors can use the communal areas with kitchen and bathroom facilities.

The clientele is mostly young, students and backpackers: the atmosphere is friendly and there’s plenty of opportunity to meet new people. The campsite is just like the owners: generous, simple and welcoming. Just a 15-minute walk from the city center, this low-cost accommodation is a great value for those on a budget. Rates range from $30 per night in a shared dormitory to $80 per night in a private room.

Heading for Easter Island!

Rano Raraku volcano, site of the Rapanui triathlon

The island’s hotel offer is suited to all budgets and travel experiences. Pack your suitcases and begin exploring Rapa Nui. Excursions and outings abound. Take the time to discover the legendary statues of Easter Island, then let yourself be tempted by a dive in clear waters, and don’t forget to visit Anakena beach and its heavenly setting! Contact us and plan your trip to the Polynesian Triangle.