Crusoe Island Lodge

Location: Easter Island | Chile

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

If you’re itching to whisk yourself off to the remote and staggeringly beautiful Robinson Crusoe Island, this is the place to stay. Tranquil, private and blending seamlessly with its natural surroundings, Crusoe Island Lodge is a charming boutique hotel for intrepid explorers, with a cosy atmosphere and delightful staff.
Perfect forNature enthusiasts and scuba divers will love this legendary island.
In the knowThe weather can be chilly and wet on the island but Crusoe Island Lodge has your back with waterproof clothing for sale. They will also be more than happy to lend walking sticks.

Recommended for...

  • Eco-tourism
  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway
  • Lodge

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

Tucked away overlooking the ocean in Pangal Bay guests can enjoy the piece and quiet of the rugged landscape and noise of the ocean below. 

Rooms at Crusoe Island Lodge

There are 15 rooms and suites at the hotel, which look out over Bay Pangal. The earthy colour palette, wooden furnishings and private terraces makes this hotel a rather special retreat on the island. Choose from a Crusoe or Pangal room; the latter are slightly smaller but just as lovely.

Food & Drink

Lobster fishing is a huge part of island life here, so these will certainly be on the menu – you can even go out and catch them yourself. The restaurant, La Breca, serves delicious seafood and organic vegetables in a cosy, inviting setting.

In the evening try a Chilean cocktail, we recommend the Murtilla Sour which is made from Chilean murtilla berries, at the bar while enjoying the gorgeous surrounding views. 


Take time to sit back and unwind in the lounge and library, with its striking fireplace.  As well as the spring water swimming pool, Crusoe Island Lodge has a sauna and outdoor hot tub overlooking Cumberland Bay for the ultimate relaxation. 

Activities at Crusoe Island Lodge

It’s all about the great outdoors on this extraordinary island: hiking, bird-watching and horseback riding are the best way to explore the land and its wildlife. Climb to Alexander Selkirk’s lookout point or hideout cave; this was the stranded Scotsman who was a castaway on the island for more than four years, and the inspiration for Daniel Defoe’s legendary novel, Robinson Crusoe. Meanwhile out at sea, scuba diving is a thrilling experience with 12 dive zones to visit. Many species are endemic and are frequently spotted by divers, including the Juan Fernandez firecrown and Juan Fernandez fur seal, among others.

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