Hotel Las Tunas
Lonely Planet review
What you see is what you get: unimaginative architecture, austere interiors, out-of-the-way location, dodgy restaurant and a wake-you-up-at-2am disco. Room TVs pick up HBO – a small consolation.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Las Tunas and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Las Tunas.
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
Interesting places nearby
Plaza de la Revolución
Las Tunas' revolution square is huge, bombastic and worth a once-over. Check out the huge Lenin-esque sculpture of Vicente García ,...
Museo Provincial General Vicente García
Housed in the royal-blue town hall with a clock mounted on the front facade, the provincial museum documents local tunero history....
Monumento a Alfabetización
The pencil-like Monumento a Alfabetización marks the act passed in Las Tunas on November 16, 1961 to stamp out illiteracy.
Cine Disco Luanda
The most popular disco in Las Tunas. There’s also a cinema here.
A peso place with big portions of comida criolla (Creole food) that mainly caters to Cubans.