Camagüey is the easternmost province of central Cuba, the largest area and the flattest. Before the current political-administrative division included the territories of the provinces of Ciego de Avila, Sancti Spiritus and part of Las Tunas. Also called the city of Camagüey by the proliferation of these huge stoneware, Camagüey (named from 1903) has a unique urban fabric consists of narrow winding streets that invariably end in squares and plazas where buildings still preserved outstanding historical, cultural and architectural values.
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Camino de Hierro
Built in the XVIII and located in the former Plaza de la Soledad, now Plaza de la Solidaridad, which used to be the place where the main train lines converged. The place itself offers a warm atmosphere enhanced by beautiful artistic and architectonic...
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.
Located just a 100 m from La Catedral and Agramonte Park and decorated in an elegant eclectic style, this hotel is one of the most central of the city. Just a few minutes from the main restaurants, theaters, museums, movies, and art galleries.
E Santa María
Located in front of the Parish Nuestra Señora de La Soledad, built in a beautiful eclectic style that fits perfectly in the environment, the hotel is also distinguished by its elegance and top quality service. Santa María shows the works of the most...