Its colonial architecture combines with the romanticism of the works of art in exhibition at the hotel which are inspired in the poems of Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, also known as La Tula, who was the inspiration for the hotel's name. She was born on 1814 and is well known for being one of the most distinguished writers of the Spanish Romanticism.
Most of the city main restaurants, theaters, museums, movies, art galleries are just a few minutes away from the hotel.
The hotel has 9 rooms (7 with three quarter beds and 2 doubles). All of them with air conditioning, furnished in a colonial style, hairdryer, mini bar, satellite TV, telephone and safe. *Direct payment reservations will be debited in the local currency, at the current exchange rate.
- No. of rooms 9
From Camagüey-Ignacio Agramonte Airport, go towards the southeast. At the roundabout take the second exit. Continue on Avellaneda.