The beautiful Awasi Atacama is tucked away on a historical site surrounded by an ancient wall used by shepherds for centuries. Just a stone’s throw away from the town of San Pedro De Atacama, Awasi Atacama is the perfect base to enjoy a romantic rendezvous to explore the magical surrounds of the region. Here, just eight spacious rooms, built by local stonemasons and carpenters, provide a tranquil environment in which to unwind after an active day of adventure. Each room features beautiful furniture inspired by the Atacama and lovely ensuite bathrooms that open out onto a private patio with a solarium and shower.
The hotel is separated by a small street called Tocopilla, which guides guests to their rooms, as well as communal areas. These include a private restaurant, which creates mouth-watering fusions of Altiplano and international menus, an al fresco bar area where guests can take in the spectacular night sky. Unwind in the sparkling swimming pool where many languid hours can be spent enjoying the Atacama sun and each other’s company. Guests are provided with a dedicated, expert guide who will accompany them to the many sights and adventures in the region. Adventures include half and full-day activities such as gentle nature walks or vigorous hikes, cultural excursions, horseback riding, cycling, visits to archaeological sites, and journeys to the many breathtaking landscapes of the Atacama.
What we love about Awasi Atacama
- The Awasi Atacama is a recognised Relais & Chateu and Virtuoso property. Expect truly exceptional levels of service that is unobtrusive and professional.
- You will love the unique regional flavours showcased on the restaurant’s menu. Tuck into purple potatoes, patasca (a stew made with tripe, veal, potatoes, stewed corn and peppers), quinoa, or chañar, a meaty, sweet fruit from the Chilean chañar or palo verde tree.
- Awasi Atacama is driven by a passion for the culture and nature of the Atacama Desert. It is deeply committed to fostering the development of responsible, non-invasive tourism and promotes activities that keep cultural traditions alive and encourage learning.