- Hanga Roa National Park, Camino Vaitea Anakena, Isla de Pascua, Valparaíso Region, Chile
Hare Noi is one of the newest and most exclusive hotels in Easter Island. Nine intimate rooms and incredible excursions to experience the history of Rapa Nui in the first person. Enjoy the exquisite local cuisine and the exclusive spa in Easter Island.
Hare Noi triumphs in one of the most desired locations in Chile: Rapa Nui. Myth and reality fuse in a unique and otherworldy landscape, where nature and an ancient energy and history, give life to the most isolated place on the planet.
In Hare Noi you will be able to experience comunal living just the same way the island natives do.
Hare Noi has 4 rooms available with a garden view, and 5 rooms with a Sunset view. The rooms are in a common dwelling, but well designed for privacy. You can experience the Rapanui culture and observe the movement between the hares (houses) that, following ancient tradition, offer ample common areas to share.
The Spa at Hare Noi offers a massage area with natural volcanic stones, a wading pool, and natural rock solarium which invites our guests absolute rest and relaxation. The menu of treatments is inspired by therapeutic techniques and ancient relaxation methods which use local products like volcanic soil, banana leaves and pink sand.
Breakfast is served in individual baskets for each room so that guests may enjoy dining on their terrace, or in the living room, or in the garden, picnic style. Lunch and dinner are sourced from the property. Guests are encouraged to choose which vegetables they’d like to eat from the hotel’s garden, and to select a catch of the day from the island’s waters.
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Easter Island is home to the Rapa Nui National Park. A World Heritage Site is a destination or place deemed a “special cultural or physical significance” as established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). “Rapa Nui National Park … concentrates the legacy of the Rapa Nui culture. This culture displayed extraordinary characteristics that are expressed in singular architecture and sculpture within the Polynesian context. From the 10th to the 16th century this society built shrines and erected enormous stone figures known as moai , which created an unrivalled cultural landscape that continues to fascinate people throughout the world.” — UNESCO
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