Radisson Hotel Antofagasta
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Hotel Antofagasta
Travel Blogs from Antofagasta
... do one zoom out - zoom in per year.
Submillimeter radiation has the benefit that is can escape from within large clouds of dust in space, the birth material for new stars. For natural reasons, you cannot see the inside of these with an optical telescope. This means that submillimeter observations can help us learn more about the process when new stars are created. A drawback is that the atmosphere is rather opaque for the submillimeter light (contrary to ...
... to our less then luxurious room. It was basic but had a TV so we were happy, we were getting used to the budget backpacking. Just was we were tucked up in bed, David noticed some moths flying around the TV. Not wanting to leave them flying around our room while we slept, we switched on the light to discover that it was not one or two moths flying around, instead the room was covered in them, completely infested! They had made their way all over the bed and floor (some ...
... it !
It is Saturday night, there is a life band playing and I am drinking a pisco sour -
it hid me right between the eyes ...
Bien arrivees a Antofagasta. Nous sommes au milieu de nulle part....que du desert.
Si nous sommes ici, c est parce que les motos et les voitures sont arrives en bateau dans ce port.
Voila 15 ans qu il na pas plu une goutte, l ...
A final splash of green on a hillside bid us farewell as we peeled away from the ocean and entered the heart of the Atacama. A steady climb of 2000m over 50km landed us in a barren valley, surrounded on all sides by barren mountains of broken granite.
Monday we spent the day in Bahia Inglesa as we got in quite late the night before. We stayed in cute cabins which were a short walk to the beach. In the late morning, we drove to the nearby town of Caldera which was the site of the first mechanized port in South America. In Caldera, we visited a couple churches and wandered around the town. We were supposed to go to an empanada restaurant ...