Martin y Anita Hotel

SIMON PAOA S/N, Easter Island, Chile | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMartin y Anita Hotel Easter Island

Reviewed by frawldog

Martin is a liar

Reviewed Apr 14, 2014
by (23 reviews) Buckley , United States Flag of United States

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.

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