Taha Tai Hotel
Taha Tai Hotel offers relaxed, informal accommodation close to the Pacific shoreline in Easter Island
In common with most accommodation on Chile’s mid-Pacific Easter Island, TahaTai is an understated, unpretentious property with an informal and relaxing atmosphere. Close to Hanga Roa it is only a couple of minutes’ stroll from the seashore, and just 2km from the major archaeological site Ahu Tahai, where silent stone statues stand sentinel over a grassy plain.
The red-roofed main single-storey building houses bright and airy wood-panelled guest rooms, which have verandas and patio doors and beyond, down a gently-sloping path, the bar, dining room and compact cottage-style chalets. The rooms are simply furnished but have safes, TV and complimentary Wifi. There are serene ocean views from the restaurant and most rooms.
The hotel is set in breezy tropical gardens which host an outdoor pool with loungers, perfect for relaxing after a day out exploring.
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