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Hotels & Resorts Antofagasta, Chile - The Radisson Antofagasta is located on the city's main coastal avenue, facing the Pacific Ocean, approximately 19 miles from the Cerro Moreno Airport.
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Hotels & Resorts Antofagasta, Chile - Holiday Inn Express Antofagasta is located one mile from local beaches and Antofagasta Port and approximately 20 miles Cerro Moreno Airport.
Hotels & Resorts Antofagasta, Chile - With all the charm of the desert, beaches and clear skies we invite you to visit the mining capital of South America, Antofagasta.
Hotels & Resorts Antofagasta, Chile - Enjoy Casino Resort Antofagasta is the first and only Five Star hotel in the region architecturally inspired by the Huanchaca ruins.
Hotels & Resorts Iquique, Chile - Radisson Iquique is located overlooking the ocean, minutes away from the city's business district Playa Brava and Cavancha, and is approximately 19 miles
Hotels & Resorts Iquique, Chile - The Holiday Inn Express Hotel Iquique is located less than three miles from downtown, and 20 miles from Diego Aracena Airport.
Hotels & Resorts San Pedro de Atacama, Chile - Hotel Agua Del Desierto is located at the Calama Oasis in a landscape of 18.000 square meters surrounded by ancient pepper trees green areas tranquility
Hotels & Resorts Arica, Chile - Situated next to Arica Casino and the University of Tarapaca, few blocks from the city downtown area and Arica beautiful beaches.
Hotels & Resorts San Pedro de Atacama, Chile - The Sonesta Hotel Calama is located close to downtown Calama, an oasis in the midst of the Atacama Dessert, was originally a crossroads of two Inca trails.