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Hotels in Las Tunas City, Las Tunas, Cuba
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Las Tunas City
The historic Cadillac Hotel was rescued and re-opened in late 2008, after languishing and idle for decades. Great care has been taken to restore it to its orginal state and with period style fixtures, fittings and furniture. It is a significant triumph for Las Tunas, Islazul and the Minstry of Tourism. The Hotel Cadillac was built in 1945 in the shape of a big ship and... Photos & more info...
Islazul
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Las Tunas City
Hotel Islazul Las Tunas is a 2 star hotel located downtown Las Tunas. Hotel produces the miracle of making the guests feel at home. There is no place for nostalgia. Comfort, privacy, cold and/or hot water, music…all what you need to break the daily routine. Doubtlessly, the service personnel work eagerly for total quality. After a long day you can have a rest at the... Photos & more info...
Islazul
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Las Tunas City Guide
The capital of the province is the city of the same name which lies 662 km east of Havana. The city, originally named Las Tunas was, in 1869, renamed Victoria de las Tunas, a title given it by its Spanish governor to commemorate a colonial victory over the Cubans. The name reverted to plain Las Tunas in 1895, following the battle in which the Cubans finally took back the city.
These days Las Tunas is a centre for trade in the production of sugar and chemicals.
There are two tourist hotels one (Hotel Las Tunas) located on the outskirts of the city, the other (Hotel el Cornito) 10km southwest.

A thorough exploration of the city’s places of interest can be undertaken in the time it takes to mix a mojito and drink it. Cerro Caismimu, a hunting preserve around 18km outside the city, is worth a visit if you’re that way inclined. Alternatively, the beaches around Playa Covarrubias on the north coast of the province are good for sunbathing, swimming and scuba diving.

The city itself is a friendly place and if you walk around the central square area you are bound to attract attention from curious locals.
Travel Guides by Province
UK Sales :: Audrey :: +44 20 7498 8555 or 0800 298 9555
USA & Canada Sales :: Jeffery or Bastien :: Toll Free 888 361 9555
Havana Tourist Center :: Idelsis :: +53 7 863 9555
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