Tierra Atacama Hotel & Spa
Located outside the oasis town of San Pedro in the Atacama Desert, Tierra Atacama blends into the surrounding landscape, incorporating native wood, stone, and adobe.
The dining experience at Tierra Atacama is a highlight. The menu includes north Chilean cuisine and dishes that compliment local traditions. Some of the meals include fresh salads, Peruvian corn, quinoa and a variety of meats and vegetables.
Tierra’s full board program includes group-basis guided touring (maximum of ten guests per group), three meals daily, open bar with select beverages, and group-basis transportation to and from the Calama airport.
Tierra Atacama’s 32 rooms are fitted with luxury comforts and sprinkled with local culture, including handwoven blankets, cowhide rugs, and sculptures carved from nearby volcanic rock.
In-Room amenities include:
- Private terraces
- Air conditioning
- Ceiling fan
- Hair dryers
- Security box
- Rooms at Alto Atacama do not have televisions.
The 15 Oriente Rooms feature one king or two twins beds that look out onto the Licancabur Volcano. The en suite bathrooms feature both indoor and outdoor showers with frosted glass and cool slate designs.
The 15 Poniente Rooms feature one king or two twin beds that look out onto the Licancabur Volcano, as well as the Cordillera de Sal.
These rooms include outdoor showers and deep-soak bathtubs that provide the perfect place for relaxation.
Tierra’s 2 Family rooms accommodate up to 6 people, spread over two levels. There are two twin rooms downstairs and a master bedroom with a king bed upstairs.
Other amenities include:
- Three bedrooms
- Three bathrooms, all en suite
- Private terrace with views towards the Atacama Salt Flats and the Andes
Tierra Atacama Amenities include:
- Ambient temperature outdoor infinity pool
- Outdoor Jacuzzi
- TV lounge
- Fitness center
Exploring the Atacama Desert
The Atacama Desert‘s distinct landscapes include sand dunes, hot springs, canyons, and geysers, leaving guests with a variety of potential outdoor adventures.
Among the most popular ways to explore the desert are biking, hiking, and horseback riding. To cool off, guests can enjoy plunges in thermal springs and saltwater pools.