Cumbres San Pedro
A modern and contemporary hotel with great amenities, in keeping with the low rise adobe style of San Pedro.
Cumbres San Pedro is a relatively large and modern property which has been designed to blend in with the general character of San Pedro de Atacama, a town still largely built of adobe brick. It is all low rise, and the appropriate use of earthy tones, natural stone and wood, all offset by brightly coloured textiles, lends the hotel a local flavour. The 60 guest rooms are impressively spacious with a choice of king-size or twin beds. Each is simply but attractively presented and comes with a terrace and the novelty of an alfresco shower. Rooms also have temperature control, TV, safety deposit and wifi. There's a restaurant and spa, whilst outside you'll find attractive grounds with 3 swimming pools and 2 hot tubs. The hotel is a 20-minute walk (just over 1km) from the centre of San Pedro de Atacama.
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