Martin y Anita Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TravelPod Member ReviewsMartin y Anita Hotel Easter Island
You can bargain with Martin on the price. He asks more than $50, but I found lodging elsewhere for $35, so he matched that price. He sold me a bottle of used water. I don't think that is right that I was drinking after someone else's germs. I was flying standby because my wife works for the airlines. He told me it would be impossible to fly home and told me there was no point going to the airport. All flights were full all week and that I should stay with him. I did have to stay with him for one extra day because flights were full, but I was the only one that didn't get a seat, so I still was close to getting on and he said it was impossible. The next day, I had to walk to the airport. I feel like Martin lied to me to get me to stay longer and only wanted my money. Martin waits near baggage claim and tries to tke people to his hotel. He crossed over to the check in terminal to ask me about my flight and I said there were 4 people not checked in and I could fly if those people did not check in. He told me he was leaving and I would have to walk to his hotel if I did not come now. I do not think this is good customer service because he just wanted me to cme to his hotel instead of flying out which was the best option for me. He should not be pushy. In do not recommend anyone to stay here or meet with Martin. Most of the other locals on the island are really nice. Martin woke up one day walking around the hotel with only pants that had no elastic and he had to hold them up. It was quite gross considering he had no underwear underneath and no t-shirt on also. He is not a pleasant site to look at.... Just in general Martin looks at everyone like they are idiots.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Martin y Anita Hotel Easter Island
Travel Blogs from Easter Island
... is killing him, but he thoroughly enjoyed his 46km ride. Tomorrow he leaves, back to Santiago. If I see any place as amazing as Easter Island for the rest of my trip IŽll be happy. Fascinating, beautiful, friendly, relaxed. And bear in mind IŽve had only my own company for most of these three days and still enjoyed myself that shows how good it is. Or maybe IŽm self obsessed. People who talk about themself in the third person arenŽt self obsessed are they? Harry doesnŽt think ...
... the entrance, and apparently that was fine because she nodded her head and went back to her friends across the way. I suppose I should have appreciated this because I later learned that there are very stern officials, equipped with cameras, who will not only take pictures of people touching anything historical, but will make sure those who have disobeyed the law get slapped with extremely hefty fines and possible jail time. The Rapa Nui are very strict about nothing and ...
... in their final positions. The final site for the day was Huri A Urenga, a site with one moai statue and platform but of great importance. The site was used in astronomy to map the stars and the winter and summer solstices. Today it is thought this is one of the most important astronomical sites in Polynesia. Just when I thought the day could not get any better, Fiona and I went out to a traditional Polynesian evening with a feast and dancing. (http://www.teraai.com/en/). It was a ...
... at each tip of the triangle, and that the “long eared” (Hanau epe) people from one of the Polynesian islands set sail to Easter Island around 300-400AD and set up their civilisation, only to be followed by the “short eared” (Hanau momoko) people. The short eared people basically became the slaves of the long eared people and co-habited peacefully for many centuries. During this time, the Moai were created to protect the spirits of dead people, and were ...
... tent at Campsite Grey, took a wander up to the viewpoint. It was another magical view of a glacier and as there was a small bay near the viewpoint, it was possible to pick glacial ice cubes out of the lake to cool a drink that evening! The second day involved hiking back down the trail then moving east to the foot of the second valley. The trails are incredibly well worn and there was no chance of us getting lost on this trek. Indeed, there are so many people hiking it that ...
Other places to stay in Easter Island
Av. Pont, Hanga Roa | 2 star hotelfrom $602
- Eco-friendly, impressive f…
Te Pito o Te Henua s/n, Easter Island | 3 star hotelfrom $167
- Beautiful grounds and very…
Atamu Tekena s/n, Hanga Roa | 3 star hotelfrom $144
- Great Hosts
Atamu Tekena s/n, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $114
- So relaxing
- Perfect place to stay
Te Miro Oone, Easter Island | 5 star hotelfrom $1,679
Apina Nui s/n, Easter Island | 3 star hotelfrom $195
Lote E, sector Hinere, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $179
Avareipua s/n, Hanga Roa | 3 star hotelfrom $99
- Just not up to the hype - …
Ana Mangaro S/N Hanga Roa, Easter Island | 2 star hotelfrom $294
- Best hotel view on the isl…
Peterep Atamu, S/N, Hanga Roa | 3 star hotelfrom $117
Avenida Te Pito Ote Henua 1945, Hanga Roa | Hotelfrom $118
- rocky beaches
- nice, but not enough
Tuukoihu s/n, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $164
Tu`u Koihu Street, Hanga Roa | Hotelfrom $118
Hotu Matua s/n, Hanga Roa, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $101
Tuu Koihu s/n, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $107
Avenida Pont, Hanga Roa | Hotelfrom $103
Avenue Pont Isla De Pascua , Easter Island | Hotelfrom $123
Calle Make Make, Easter Island | Hotelfrom $100
Avenida Pont s/n, Hanga Roa | 3 star hotelfrom $108