Free WiFi in communal areas, orchards, local guides, laundry, parking. In rooms: TV and locally made bath products.
Each room overlooks the ocean, but for space – and a curved window for maximum sea views – opt for a Raa Suite, which feature all-wood interiors, handmade furniture and colourful soft furnishings.
There’s a Pacific-facing heated pool outside, with an infinity edge and excellent Easter Island views.
The spa has two view-toting treatment rooms at the end of a walkway, as well as a sauna and Jacuzzi.
Expedition-friendly Gore-Tex and sturdy boots – but the hotel will handily provide your trekking poles and water bottle.
Guestrooms have wide doorways and level access for wheelchair users, but the bathrooms aren’t adapted.
All ages are welcome. Extra beds can be added to Raa Suites for under-12s. Activities can be adapted to suit shorter-legged explorers.
Family Apartments, which combine two bedrooms, have two bathrooms and sleep six.
While some of the hikes may be challenging, children will love helping out with some sheep-herding and riding horses.
Children are welcome in the indoor pool.
Children are welcome in the bar and restaurant at all times, where there is a special menu for younger palates, and staff are happy to heat up milk and food.