If you're interested in visiting Easter Island aka Isla de Pascua aka Rapa Nui aka "The Navel of the World," be forewarned that it is far, far away from any main airport hub and it will take a while to get there. Lan Chile flights out of Santiago, Chile leave twice weekly, stopping off in Easter Island en route to Tahiti. Your choices for direct flights are either out of Santiago or Papeete, Tahiti. Be sure to book your flights well in advance.
Further, there are limited hotel rooms on the island, and no major American or European chains. The hotels are locally owned due to laws preserving the rights of native Rapa Nui people in landownership. When we were there, there was a big debate among the Rapa Nui elders as to whether or not to allow Club Med to build a resort there. As far as I know, they didn't allow it. Part of the island's charm is the vast expanses of unspoiled land and the ability to see moai around nearly every bend in the road. Most hotels would be classified as "motels" by American standards, or large bed-and-breakfast style guest houses.