Arturo Prat Hotel Iquique

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Anibal Pinto 695, Iquique, Chile
Arturo Prat Hotel
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Satisfaction Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 24% more and rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families42
  • Couples50
  • Solo33
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Buying a car a good idea???

by Alli14

Hi all!
My boyfriend and i were thinking of buying a cheap car to drive thru Chile, Argentina and possibly further north in Sth America. We have a few questions...
Will the expense and risk of forking out cash for a car be worth it? How expensive is petrol? Tolls? Parking?
Can you take a car across borders? What customs procedure are involved?
Would we be able to sell the car after we finish our trip, most likely in Argentina?
Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated, especially about Sth Am red tape!!
Muchas gracias por su words of wisdom (Love spanglish!)
Grins,
Alli

Re: Buying a car a good idea???

by qaminari

Apart from the fact that cars are not cheap in either country, you would have to register it to get a valid number plate and you can't do this as a non-resident. As a resident (if by any chance you would be staying long enough in the country you want to buy the car in), you could get it put on transit plates with the intention of exporting it from, say, Chile to Argentina, but then you would have to import it legally into Argentina to be able to sell it there. Which looks to me to be prohibitively expensive: http://en.allexperts.com/q/Argentina-127/Moving-Argentina-1.htm

Travel Tips for Iquique

Far of the noisy world

by Pietro_4wd

The best moments were in camping, on the quietness of the middle of the Atacama desert, watching the stars on an extremely clean sky, surrounded by the softly luminiscences of the wide planes because the moon light.

COCHA

by Roalera26

La Cocha Resbaladero es una piscina natural formada en roca por donde escurre agua semitermal proveniente de fuentes subterráneas que son conocidas desde el periodo prehispánico. Posee propiedades medicinales y relajantes. Su temperatura promedia los 30ºC.

Sol vertical en zona tropical

by Dicomo

"Vacaciones verano 2006 - Destino logrado"

Finalmente en enero del 2006 luego de atravesar varios desiertos y salares, con amplitudes térmicas enormes, mucho sol y calor de dia y frio de noche, montañas y ruinas aborígenes, geoglifos, y mucha fauna silvestre, campos minados y lugares peligrosos, arribamos a la ciudad de Iquique, llegamos por la ruta que viene desde el este de Pozo Almonte es decir desde la puna hacia el mar, tambien se puede arribar desde el sur por la costa, desde Tocopilla, pero llegar al crepusculo bajando desde la montaña viendo las luces de la ciudad permite entender la magnitud de esa gran ciudad balnearia, portuaria y zona franca del norte de Chile.

Iquique

by Judith_Arjen

Dit is het centrale plein van Iquique. Het stadje ligt ingeklemd tussen de stille oceaan en de altiplano. Voor de locals is het een badplaats met mooie stranden en hoge golven om te surfen.

We hebben 2 daagjes doorgebracht in Iquique en op zaterdag was het 'dia de la mujeres' (een soort moederdag). Door de hele stad werden lange tafels gedekt, waaraan alle vrouwen uit Iquique mochten eten 's middags. Daarna was het groot feest op het plein met een sambaband en danseressen. Het was erg gezellig en een aantal vrouwen waren een beetje aangeschoten door de chileense wijn.

Op zondag zwaaide de locale lichting van het chileense leger af. Er was een hele parade en er werd heftig gezongen (patriottische liedjes nemen we aan, want we konden ze niet verstaan) Als afsluiting werden er onverwachts een drietal saluutschoten afgevuurd en dat leverde ons bijna een oorperforatie op.

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