Tierra Atacama, like its sister lodges in Torres del Paine as well as Chiloe Island, has, again, managed to pull off a wonderful, welcoming surprise here in the Atacama. The hotel is located on the extremities of the village, allowing for magnificent views of the Licancabur Volcano and Atacama plains.

The outdoor pool area offers a wonderful place to relax and cool off, whilst also taking in the jaw-dropping background view.

In addition, the restaurant, apart from providing excellent cuisine, also offers the incredible Atacamanian view from the window side.

All-Inclusive Program
In line with other hotels of this high-end category, Tierra offers all-inclusive programs whereupon you pay for a certain number of days and nights, and everything is included, such as all meals, transfers in and out, tours and excursions with educated guides, lodge facilities and, of course, accommodation.

The Tierra brand is associated with uniquely designed hotels set in stunning locations. The emphasis is to provide the guest with not only quality accommodation, food and overall services, but also with incredible views of the natural landscape.

Tierra Atacama has accomplished this incredibly well with the location and set up of the lodge at San Pedro de Atacama, offering 32 guest rooms.

There is a stupendous view of Licancabur Volcano and the desert plains from the terrace of all the guest rooms, as well as from the restaurant and outdoor pool area.

Rooms could be considered simply furnished, but beds and cotton sheets are of the highest quality.

The restaurant offers high-level gastronomy, accompanied by a nice bar.

For those seeking to be “pampered” during their stay there is also a fine spa with small indoor pool.

In the middle of the main reception area of the lodge is the restaurant. Here, breakfast is served as well as lunch and evening meals.

The chef uses local produce to infuse into the cuisine of northern Chile. Typically, there will be fresh salads, Peruvian corn, quinoa and meat or vegetarian options. The aim is to provide food that is not too heavy and offers great flavour.

As previously mentioned, outside the floor to ceiling glass walls of the restaurant is the dramatic and stunning view of Licancabur Volcano and the dried-up lava-flow canyons.

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