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Top 5 of 6 Casas in Las Tunas

SR .ANA

Owner: ANA PEREZ GONZALEZ
Place: Las Tunas City
Address: CALLE RASTRO #4 ( ALTO )E/ COLON Y VINCENTE GARCIA
Rooms: 1
Email: onorioking@hotmail.com
Phone: 52770491
Mobile: 53981744

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Bonneville Place

Owner: Alexis Vasquez Rodriguez
Place: Las Tunas City
Address: Puerto Padre Calle Flor Crombet No. 117 Puerto Padre
Rooms: House with 2 rooms
Email: alexjordan21@nauta.cu
Mobile: 5354058961

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Casa Alcira Acosta

Owner: Alcira Acosta Dominguez
Place: Las Tunas City
Address: Calle Joaquin Aguero # 28, entre H. Durañona y Gonzalo de Quesada, Las Tunas City. Las Tunas
Rooms: 1
Phone: (053) (31) 4-78-73

Casa Ramon y Haydée

Owner: Ramon Durañona y Haydée Vega
Place: Las Tunas City
Address: Calle Luis Ramirez No 24 entre J. Aguero y F. Pais, Reparto Velazquez. Las Tunas
Rooms: 2
Phone: (053) (31) 34-7905

Casa Ruben y Maricel

Owner: Ruben Fornariz Sanchez y Maricel Pupo Vargas
Place: Las Tunas City
Address: Calle Cucalambé 170b, entre Francisco Vega y Julian Santana, reparto Santo Domingo, Las Tunas City. Las Tunas
Rooms: 1
Phone: (053) (31) 4-21-02

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Top 3 of 3 Hotels in Las Tunas

Cabanas Campismo Cerro de Caisimu

Cabanas Campismo Cerro de Caisimu

Campismo Cerro de Caisimu has 38 comfortable \"caba?as\" for 4 and 6 persons, on the peak of an isolated hill and provides panoramic views of the Las Tunas province countryside. Closeby are many excellent hunting and fishing possibilities.

It is ideal base from which to explore the whole province, its many nature reserves and cities such as Puerto Padre or the Manati town. In the Bahia de Manati, it is possible to appreciate the endemic and protected animals bearing the same name, a kind of ancient mammalian living in the estuaries of the Cuban rivers.

Hotel Brisas Covarrubias

Hotel Brisas Covarrubias

We like this all-inclusive beach resort, despite its reclusive position miles from anywhere on the north shore of Las Tunas province. In fact, it is surrounded by miles of impenetrable mangroves and lagoons ? great for birding ? and the nearest town, Puerto Principe, is a 40-minute drive away. This relatively modern facility went up in 2000 and the contemporary design still looks fresh. We wish we could say the same about the grounds, however. Not so, as upkeep is wanting and parts of the facility ? including the tennis courts at last visit ? were trashed.

The large freefrom pool gets lively with organized aerobics and other activities, but there\'s a gorgeous white sand beach framed by rocks. And the adjacent lagoons can be explored (be sure to bring lots of insect repellent). There\'s lots do do here, including archery, beach volleyball, and watersports. And kid\'s get their own pool. There are three bars to choose from, nightly cabarets are put on, and the disco on stilts overhangs the mangroves. Guests are a captive audience when it comes to dining, with no off-site facilities for miles.

Hotel Islazul Las Tunas

Hotel Islazul Las Tunas

The one and only hotel in town for tourists, this Soviet-era Bauhaus-style three-story concrete carbuncle enjoys a breezeswept hilltop locale adjacent to the Plaza de la Revoluci?n, a 15-minute walk from downtown. The infrastructure betrays its Soviet-era progeny. The sole saving grace here is the huge swimming pool, which gets noisy on weekends when local families flock. And there\'s a small video game arcade. The restaurant offers only the most limited menu and even then, many items may not be available

Don\'t expect anything fancy in the 142 rooms here. They\'re fitted out with utility furniture and weary mattresses with well-worn fabrics. At least they boast satellite TV (with a handful of channels), phones, small refrigerators, and modern bathrooms. Nonetheless, expect finicky and unreliable plumbing and a few other quirks.