See why so many travellers make Tekarera Kainga Ora & Kainga Nui their small hotel of choice when visiting Hanga Roa. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the small hotel.
Tekarera Kainga Ora & Kainga Nui features baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Tekarera Kainga Ora & Kainga Nui, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Hanga Roa, Tekarera Kainga Ora & Kainga Nui is located a short distance from Cementerio de Isla de Pascua (0.8 mi) and Puna Pau (1.4 mi).
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Haka Nini, which is an Italian restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out Jardin Tau Kiani Rapa Nui (0.8 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the small hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Tekarera Kainga Ora & Kainga Nui as you experience all of the things Hanga Roa has to offer.
I was there for three nights and I really enjoyed my stay there. The hotel is very nice, clean and well-looked after. Rooms have got hot water, fans and wifi connection. There are hot coffee and tea available all day and breakfast on the patio was just perfect to kick off the day. The hotel is in a very convenient location, with some restaurants in walking distance and an amazing sunset spot!! Paul, the owner of the hotel, is a very helpful and friendly guy. He has been on the island since when he joined the first archeological works on the moais with professor Mulloy and he’s a great source of stories and information behind them. He gives enjoyable tours and can help you with anything you might need to know on the island. He can also provide you with the park pass to avoid the queue at the airport and car rental. I hope I’ll be able to visit him again in the future!!…
The rooms are huge, clean and comfortable. The real treasure is Paul, the owner, and the private tours he took us on. Paul has been living on the island for at least part of the year for 50 years. He helped with some of the early archeological work back in the 1960s on Easter Island. He is a wealth of accurate information - not the made up for tourists type of information.
We were staying somewhere else on Easter island (rapa Nui) and needed to change accommodation and read positive reviews on TripAdvisor about the Tekarera hotel. We tried to book via the Agoda website but was unable, as the Tekatera require 2 days notice of arrival. So, my friend and I visited the hotel to see if we could book a room. Paul ( the owner) was lovely, friendly and accommodating and we stayed for 3 nights in the end ( one night was due to a flight cancellation) The hotel is clean and there is constant hot water ( it's not like that everywhere!). Paul and his team put on a lovely breakfast spread and there is hot drinks available throughout the day. Our departing flight was cancelled and rescheduled, so Paul piled us all back up in his car and we stayed an extra night. Then drove us all back the next morning, making sure we all had a good breakfast before departure. NB: it is interesting to hear Paul's stories of the island and how it has changed over time - we could listen to him the when day! Also, we found renting a car a must, so that you can revisit historic areas again at different times.…
Paul and his staff are truly the highlight of this place, though I also loved the location and the room. The room was very clean and comfortable; they had even electric warming mattress pads on the beds that were adjustable so that two people sharing the bed can choose their own temperature. The location is near to the Tahai moai site, and a restaurant called Te Moai Sunset that has decent food and fantastic cocktails. Perfect place to watch the sunset, though the walk back to the hotel is a bit dark (but super safe). The walk to town is at least 15 min. Paul was really super; I was traveling alone and I felt like I had a family on the island because of Paul and his staff. His tour was great; he is super knowledgeable and was a part of early archaeological expeditions to the island; although, I recommend balancing his expat perspective with that of the indigenous Rapa Nui people; many of whom are happy to engage in conversations and answer questions about their culture and ancestry. Definitely stay here!…
I had read many good reviews about Paul, the owner of Hotel Tekarera. We stayed for a week and enjoyed a half-day tour with Paul and 3 others (in a van). The tour was a perfect overview for the island. We later rented a car from Paul for a couple of days (so easy - "Could we have a car for tomorrow?" "Sure, here are the keys.") Room was comfortable and clean, small fridge came in handy, fan was necessary (power only went out once the entire week) and we had laundry done one day, Veranda is perfect for breakfasts, but could use a hammock or lounge chairs. Hotel was walking distance to the town, but definitely on the edge of it, so it's a bit of a hike until you learn the shortcut paths. After a week, we felt very fond of Paul, a grandfatherly presence.