Hotel Diego de Almagro Calama

Pedro Leon Gallo 184C, Calama, 1390834, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Pedro Leon Gallo 184C, Calama, is near Chacabuco.
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    Travel Blogs from Calama

    This town is coming like a ghost town

    A travel blog entry by chilledbeans on Apr 18, 2014

    6 photos

    ... animal fur bed headboard and the bed was wider than it was long. There were only 5 rooms in total and a guy with a squinty eye kept turning up from no where and putting food / drink / treats in front of us, with a smiling thumbs up but no words. Anyone ever see the Star Trek episode where the baddy aliens (that look like beautiful women) keep offering sweet treats to fatten them up? Only Captain Kirk wasn't taken in that time, we were on our guard ...

    Two Bolivians save the day

    A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Apr 17, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... by walls and hoardings. This,after a long day on airplanes, tight connections, bad rental car experiences and getting lost in the dark, brought on a small meltdown. The whole city seemed under construction. Two guys sitting next to a " ban" on the third pass by told us we had indeed found the hotel and that we should pull into the " garage". They grabbed our bags and took us into the lobby and we checked in, tired hungry and somewhat bewildered. We asked ...

    Due south

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Dec 27, 2013

    1 photo

    ... town with quite a Germanic feel to it. It almost looked alpine, if it wasn't for the snow capped volcanoes in the distance. Many houses were made of shingles from the local redwood tree and there were roses everywhere. The hotel was above the town. My room would have been excellent but I couldn't get wifi and the safe was a mystery. I was moved to a smaller room with a large radiator I couldn't turn off and a bathroom that couldn't be more compact. Still, the bed and ...


    A travel blog entry by slotmanfamily on Dec 18, 2013

    2 photos

    ... store chain among the street vendors on the busy street scape. Audrey and Lukas jump out while I navigate the crowded streets of Calama, searching for a parking stall. No luck.
    An hour later we are back on the road, with our SUV packed yet a big heavier. Grocery bags are filling every available nook and cranny. Ava is buried under bags and groceries on the 3rd row, but enjoying every minute of it, calmly reading a ...

    A shithole with a massive, spectacular mine

    A travel blog entry by chrisfox93 on Aug 26, 2013

    Calama is a ****-hole. A real grim, expensive worker town, Ireally stuggled to find a place to stay and ended up at some run down motel type place. By this point (read after Bolivia) I had got into the habit of not looking for accommodation before I arrived in place and it bit me on the ass in this case. There is pretyt much zero things of interest in Calama itself but just outside is Chuquiqimata - one of the worlds largest open pit copper mines and the mine ...