Holiday Inn Express Iquique
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Iquique
Travel Blogs from Iquique
... led to the industrial production of fertilizers. Practically bankrupt, both works were acquired by COSATAN in 1934. COSATAN renamed La Palma into "Oficina Santiago Humberstone" in honor of its founder. The company tried to produce a competitive natural saltpeter by modernizing Humberstone, which led to its becoming the most successful saltpeter works in 1940.
However, neither of the works could keep up with the competition of the synthetic production of ...
... valuables travelling in the hold. Thieves of course know this and specifically target day packs. I'll never know if our thief was bitterly disappointed with their loot of sandwiches, fruit, nuts, peanut butter and tupperware or if they were in fact yogi bear and our pick-a-nick basket was their first choice. Perhaps a Jean Valjean character simply wanted to feed his family on our surfeit of snacks. If this is the case I consider our languidly guarded bag a ...
... The waves we're pretty big and there were some amazing surfers out on the water. We had a long walk along the front and then headed for the town centre. It was a beautiful place with some really old style buildings. I felt a bit like I was walking through Mystic Falls or Grandview! We spent some time sitting off in the plaza. It had been a standing joke between me and Chris for a while- the poses people make when they are having their ...
... mining and a large duty free economy are more prevalent now. There is a tourist infrastructure but it is predominantly locals and backpackers who utilise the surf and turf on offer. So how have I used my time: Bodyboarding: Yet again I have learned the painful lesson that prior experience that consists of 2 hours bodyboarding in South Wales is NOT adequate preparation for the 6-8ft waves of the Pacific Ocean. I used approximately 1 1/2 hours of my ...
... the desert which added to our creepy feeling after the ghost town. As we reached Alto Hospice (the town above Iquique) we had to swap bus and then hit the rush hour traffic as we took the road into Iquique. The bus was rather slow moving but eventually we reached the edge of the city. Once there we were dropped off at a random taxi office rather than near the market as expected. As we were far from our hostel we took a taxi but like all taxi drivers in South America the drivers ...