At Tierra Atacama, we have created a serene space in our guest rooms. Touches of local culture are everywhere, from handwoven throws to cowhide rugs and llama figures carved from the volcanic rock of nearby Toconao. All rooms look out over the Andes mountain range and nearby volcanoes, with views of the desert from the moment you wake, to the moment you fall asleep.
As well as honoring the heritage and landscape of the region, the rooms are full of sumptuous features. You’ll find soft beds dressed in fine cotton, private terraces with sweeping views of Licancabur Volcano or the Cordillera de Sal, and al fresco bathrooms for showering under a night sky glowing with stars.
The intimate Oriente Rooms are awash with nude and cocoa tones, with large canopy beds facing wide, sliding glass doors and the Licancabur Volcano views which lie beyond.
Capturing the same spellbinding views of the Licancabur Volcano as the Oriente, the Poniente Rooms promise more space and extra special, subtle touches.
Accommodating up to six people, our Family Rooms are sprawled over two levels, with two twin rooms downstairs and a master bedroom upstairs, each featuring their own en suite bathroom.