Our hotel is unique, both for the environment, for its designs, materials and history. Its identity is a magical appeal. Our architecture, which blends with the environment through its grass roofs, colors and textures of the island, is a tribute to the Orongo ceremonial village, whose vestiges are still near volcano Ranu Kau, an iconic place of Rapa Nui culture, (There was the celebration for the election of Tangata Manu or Birdman, the most important ceremony during the second period of the island). The reception and lounge area is based on the ancestral “boat house”, a building that is shaped like a boat set reversely, as seen in the stone ruins of the island. The village concept allows a harmonious interplay between spaces, also linked by a landscape design of native species, where nature and inhabited surfaces merge with respect and admiration for Easter Island.