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Hotels in Calama

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Where to eat in Calama

Whether you're feeling something sweet or savory, you'll be able to satisfy your tastes in Calama. Head to Restaurante Las Parinas Park Hotel Calama, Pollo Scout and Restaurant Heng Xing to savor a tasty treat, and maybe even a little conversation with the locals.


Where to shop in Calama

While traveling, not all events are planned, but Calama has you covered. Pick up new clothes or any forgotten essentials at Mall Plaza Calama and Falabella Calama.

AB Tecnología en Insumos is on hand for picking up the latest gadgets.


What to do in Calama

The best way to feel the wind on your face may be while screaming on a roller coaster or riding the classic Tilt-a-Whirl. Bring the whole family or get in touch with your inner child at Club Chañares, where you may find rides like these among numerous snack vendors.

If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Cinemundo, where the twisting, turning plots of action, romance and maybe even indie films captivate your attention.


Toast to your vacation in one of Calama's nightlife offerings. Among them, you'll find such lively locale as Club de Campo Cobreloa, Sala Murano Calama and Gollum Discotheque.


Best times to visit Calama

Want to save up to 32%, 32% and 16% while traveling to Calama? If you book on Orbitz and travel during July, September and August, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!


Getting to Calama

The most direct path to Calamais through El Loa Airport.


Best times to visit Calama

Want to save up to 32%, 32% and 16% while traveling to Calama? If you book on Orbitz and travel during July, September and August, respectively, you can. So get out there and experience something new — for less!


Arts and culture in Calama

Put a little culture on your itinerary in Calama.

You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Calama — just dive into the books at Biblioteca 359 BC1 Calama and Publiacalama. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Universidad Tecnológica de Chile - Inacap, Inacap and Uniiversidad Arturo Prat may be worthy of a tour.


What to do in Calama

The best way to feel the wind on your face may be while screaming on a roller coaster or riding the classic Tilt-a-Whirl. Bring the whole family or get in touch with your inner child at Club Chañares, where you may find rides like these among numerous snack vendors.

If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Cinemundo, where the twisting, turning plots of action, romance and maybe even indie films captivate your attention.


Where to eat in Calama

Whether you're feeling something sweet or savory, you'll be able to satisfy your tastes in Calama. Head to Restaurante Las Parinas Park Hotel Calama, Pollo Scout and Restaurant Heng Xing to savor a tasty treat, and maybe even a little conversation with the locals.


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5.0

Hostal Barros Nativo

Comfortable, friendly and very well located hostel

Hostal Barros Nativo turned out to be a perfect choice for a 6-night stay. First it is very well located - though San Pedro is not so big, you do realize that some locations are better than others. Second, it was quiet at night and the room pretty comfortable. Third the staff is SO friendly and considerate. Last, as a solo traveller, I never felt lonely because the other guests were also very friendly. There is really a family feel in this small-sized hostel and that makes all the difference.

A verified traveler

3 months ago

4.0

La Casa de Jose

Clean, pleasant lodging

This is a small, very pleasant place with a small pool (rare in San Pedro) and a small roof deck with good views of the town and surrounding mountains. The breakfasts were very good (nice selection, home-made crepes and fruit drinks), with only complaint being lack of real coffee (they serve powdered Nescafe, which is common, but, and some say, Nescafe is "No es cafe"). The residence is a bit far from the town center (about a 12 minute walk). Owners are very nice and helpful.

A verified traveler

10 months ago

4.0

Atacamadventure Wellness & Ecolodge

Friendly, helpful and peaceful

If you speak some Spanish, this hotel is perfect. It's located a mile from village, and is utterly serene, with a nice big garden where you can sit over a drink or two, with a great view of Licancabur. It also has its own laid-back dining room, where kids are welcome. The hotel can arrange your excursions to the various tourist attractions. My room was small but clean and adequate, and in any case you probably won't be spending much time in your room. If you don't speak Spanish, you'll have some difficulty, because the staff don't speak any English at all. (There was, I think, one exception, and she wasn't around much.) But the staff are so friendly and eager to help that the language problem can be overcome with a little creativity (gestures and Google Translate!). When my transfer back to Calama was late showing up, the receptionist made phone call after phone call on her own initiative until it was sorted out. It's a terrific place to relax for a few days. The night sky is incredible. Carry a flashlight if you plan to walk back from the village after sundown.

A verified traveler

2 days ago

5.0

Altiplánico San Pedro de Atacama

Fantastic housing in the Atacama desert

Clean with a great shower, something we really appreciated after three days in the desert.

A verified traveler

2 months ago