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Ave 2 de Diciembre s/n e/ Ave. Carlos J. Finlay y Ave. 30 de Noviembre,, Las Tunas 75100 Cuba
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#2 of 3 hotels in Las Tunas
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Looking for a place to stay in Las Tunas? Then look no further than Hotel Las Tunas, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Las Tunas to your doorstep.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a minibar and air conditioning, bringing comfort and convenience to your visit.

The hotel features a concierge. Plus, Hotel Las Tunas offers a pool and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.

During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Las Tunas Italian restaurants such as La Romana, which is a short distance from Hotel Las Tunas.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Las Tunas as you experience everything Las Tunas has to offer.

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Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Tennis court
Business Center with Internet Access
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Ave 2 de Diciembre s/n e/ Ave. Carlos J. Finlay y Ave. 30 de Noviembre,, Las Tunas 75100 Cuba
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Frank Pais Airport42 miSee all flights
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Sujeevan K wrote a review Jan 2018
1 contribution1 helpful vote
this was my first visit to Las tunas,i want to tell you great place to visit. I would like to mention Jesus/Lian/Yobin and few other security staff and other staff from the hotel forgot the names but extremely helpfuland ensured they made sure i had a pleasant stay , if i have to visit again i will come to meet these guys. Amazing staff team the hotel got!! Keep up the good work
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Date of stay: January 2018
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Room Tip: Rooms near the pool are the best
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Stephen J wrote a review Apr 2017
Valdosta, Georgia27 contributions12 helpful votes
Was here for a week on a project. AC controls are a challenge but the remote control let me adjust it as needed during the night. They did have internet access hotpoint on 2nd level by a cafe. You can access for only 1.5 CUC's per hour with a card from the front desk. Use that with the WhatsApp on my Android phone and I could call home very cheap. Bed was more than sufficient. Water pressure was a challenge but there was hot water most of the time. Breakfast was good. Large selection of items from the buffet and they would make fresh omelettes per order. Not that far from the center of town and you can get there via horse drawn taxi with 5 people for about 3-5 CUC's. Can get a bit loud at times with the sound from the pool and bar float around. Not sure I'd bring a family here but good for business and (I'm guessing) for those wanting to party. (Pool water did look a bit scary.) I love the Cuban people and I found most of the staff were kind and helpful even though I speak no spanish.
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Date of stay: April 2017
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Trip type: Traveled on business
Room Tip: Get balcony room on front of hotel. Love the sound of the horse carts as the clop down the road
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bfree271 wrote a review Sep 2016
Eagan, Minnesota259 contributions143 helpful votes
We had a suite which I would recommend as we had a queen bed and a much nicer air conditioning the those that did not have suits. The room was clean but water did not work all the time and key cards seemed to stop working often. The suite was not very secure as there was a small door in the hall that could not be locked and led to our room through a framed whole in the wall. WiFi was hit and miss. Food was OK. that being said the stay was fine
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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ram88doc wrote a review Jul 2016
Navarre, Florida220 contributions130 helpful votes
We traveled with a group of 15 and spent a week here in July, 2016. This is the best hotel in the area, but has a lot of limitations and problems. Upon arrival the elevator did not work, so bags had to carried upstairs to the third floor for some. The rooms are large with either 2 single or 2 double beds. The sheets are clean, with no evidence of bedbugs, as we thoroughly checked. There is air conditioning, but it does not work well in some of the rooms. When it rains some of the windows leak and water gets in the room. The rooms have a TV, but all do not work well. There is one TV channel that shows English speaking shows with Spanish subtitles. There is no hot water. Occasionally when you turn on the hot water it will be slightly warm. Be prepared to take cool showers. On one occasion the hot water came out brown. The water is turned off every day, unannounced, for different periods of time. It most often seems to be turned off overnight and comes back on around 7:30AM. There is daily maid service, and they do a good job. When returning to the hotel almost every day the room key would not work and we had to go down to the front desk to have our key cards replaced. The hotel has a restaurant that serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food items may be limited and are not replaced when depleted. Coffee and hot tea goes quickly, and you often have to wait some time for replacements. The quality of the food is above average. No one got sick drinking the juice and powdered milk made with the filtered water in the hotel. The small store in the hotel has limited items including bottled water, but when they run out it takes some time to get replacements back on the shelves. You should stock up on what you need and not wait until you need an item or it may not be available. The hotel has a large swimming pool that was half empty and green when we arrived. During the next three days they filled the pool and cleaned it. The pool is apparently open to the local public for a charge and is often crowded. Sanitation involves a person every night walking around the pool and adding a liquid chemical (possibly chlorine) to the pool. The water looks clean, but I am not sure how safe it is to swim in it. We did not use the pool. The hotel is very safe for families and children during the day. However, on several nights there were large groups of local men drinking large amounts of alcohol at the bar and sitting at the tables in the lobby area. Although we had no problems with them, I would not want my children in this environment. In addition, on one night after 10PM I saw at least 8 “ladies of the evening” coming and going from the hotel; not a family friendly environment. The hotel is about a mile from the city center, so you can walk. You can also walk down to the main road in front of the hotel and flag down a horse drawn cart that can carry 6 people to the city center for 3 pesos. There are also taxis at the hotel you can use, but I do not know the cost.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Do not get a room in the main wing - too noisy; the 600 series rooms are quiet.
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Response from Odalmis M, Director General at Hotel Las Tunas
Responded Jul 30, 2016
Dear Sir, our warm greetings to you, work on the problems that still face in our facility waiting on your next visit, are resolved, thank you very much.
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Milan P wrote a review Mar 2014
Prague, Czech Republic133 contributions58 helpful votes
We travelled back to Havana by car and had to find a place for a one night sleep-over. It was difficult to find something due to late hour so we wwere happy to find this state run hotel. We were please by the possibiolity to pay with your CC, price being some 43 CUC breakfast and dinner included. The hotel was built several decaded back and has not been renovated since, it is a bit dark, rooms are dirty but spacious, there is a swimming pool/bar area but there was no-one and the water in the pool has not been cleaned since 1990´s. Food in the restaurant was dreadful, maybe because it was based on all-you-can-eat model. Except for us most of the guests were Cubans driving trucks so it was a kind of "business hotel". There were many mosquitos in the room, the bathroom was a joke, TV OK. We were happy to leave the next morning.
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Date of stay: February 2014
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Gabriel M wrote a review Oct 2013
Kitchener, Canada11 contributions20 helpful votes
The hotel is so old, however, the people that work there tried hard to keep it going. I stayed here for one night as some of my friends insisted to visit this place. For overnight stay they charge 21 CUC single occupancy, breakfast included. The air conditioner works overnight, you can't hang the shower head. They provide a lot of towels 4 pieces for overnight stay and 2 small bar of soap, no shampoo. The hotel has a disco but opens only on Saturday's we were there on Wednesday, To get to the center of the city, you can ride a horse buggy for 2 cuc and as it gets very late they charge 3 cuc. There's nothing special in this little city or town (whatever Las Tunas), but the city has a disco and has some sit down restaurants. We went to eat dinner at Rio Chico, food is ok. The disco is also a stonethrow away from El Rapido, where locals and tourist hang out or meet. I will not sleep here again I'd rather go to Cadillac for 10 cuc more you're in the middle of the action. :)
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Upper floor I guess is better, stayed on first floor.
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frankturriz123 wrote a review May 2013
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Just a complete waste of time. Service is so bad. Rooms are dirty and I wished I stayed at a rental house. Very slow paced staff and it got annoying. Pool was only highlight but even that was not great
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Date of stay: September 2012
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Dirk D wrote a review Jan 2013
Toronto153 contributions128 helpful votes
On my recent trip, I decided to try the Hotel Las Tunas. I have had good results with other Islazul hotels and I figured that this one might provide welcome facilities not available in a casa particular, especially in view that Las Tunas a small place. This hotel has a good location, on top of a hill just outside the center of town. The hotel’s monolithic Russian inspired architecture is ugly and horribly dated, however this is the norm. For some reason, this year the front desks at some Islazul hotel have been posting inflated high season prices, which are clearly not justified, based on their apparent occupancy rates, which probably run under 50%. A better deal can be had by going directly to the office of the local Islazul Agency, or in this case simply walk over to the Ecotur Travel Agency, located in the same complex, beside the Tienda. A basic room with double occupancy dropped in price from CUC 42 to CUC 32. Go figure (Es Cuba!). Suites with king sized beds were more expensive. My plan was to entertain some Cuban friends at the poolside during the day, however I no sooner checked in than they drained the swimming pool for extended repairs, right in the middle of the high season ! I was going to try to impress my girlfriend with the pool and when I showed her around the hotel, I discovered that all the water was gone out of the pool, as if a bad joke had been played on me. The rooms were clean and reasonably modern, the house staff very friendly and accommodating. The rooms have TVs which carry the HBO Latin America channel, which has old Adam Sandler movies and similar low-intelligence movies dubbed in Spanish. There is a reasonably well stocked Tienda on site. The hotel had one Internet terminal available for tourists, situated in the middle of the lobby. It worked. The front desk staff was friendly but overwhelmed most of the time, moving at a glacially slow pace. This hotel needs a few more basic staff, such as an additional check in clerk, in addition to better training. For some reason, it was impossible to place and outbound local call from my room, although it was possible for others to phone in to me. As a result I had to use the pay phone in the lobby. This was not the case in other Islazul hotels where the phone worked properly and I could call out from my room. The breakfast buffet (included in the basic room price) was disappointing, as there was minimal selection of food items, no fruit juices, cold coffee and no chef preparing fresh cooked eggs and omlets. Instead, a server was busily occupied with tasks that were clearly redundant. In summary, this hotel has very good potential, especially in view of its good location in small town, however before it can begin to realize on this potential, it must begin to offer up better services to its guests. The hotel is crying out for better management.
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Date of stay: January 2013
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Trip type: Traveled solo
Room Tip: Choose from a basic room or a suite, but do the purchase from the Islazul Agency or the Ecotur...
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georgefoody wrote a review Mar 2012
London, United Kingdom6 contributions12 helpful votes
Typical Islazul Cuban hotel - modern, Soviet block on outskirts of town, basically comfortable with the amenities you need and cheap at 25CUC singles. Decent sized pool, if a bit on the mucky side, slow internet available and iffy breakfast - checking in is the usual ponderous process.
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Date of stay: March 2012
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Jóhann J wrote a review Nov 2011
Hafnarfjordur, Iceland38 contributions33 helpful votes
I stayed at this hotel last summer. Price is good,20 usd per night for single room but. No hot water when raining the water gets inside your room You can find any kind of insect in your room so be ready for anything Stuff at the lobby bar very friendly
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Date of stay: August 2011
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Room Tip: If still you wanna stay there,please make sure they don´t give you a room with balcony, that will...
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Las Tunas
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Las Tunas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Las Tunas?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Las Tunas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Casa Maria Y Pelayo, La Romana, and Cache.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Las Tunas?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Hotel Las Tunas offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business center and meeting rooms during their stay.