Hotel E La Avellaneda
The distinguished poet Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, born in 1814 ,was the inspiration for the hotel’s name. Its colonial architecture combines with the romanticism of the works of art on exhibit on its walls.
Most of the city’s main restaurants, theaters, museums, theaters, and art galleries are located within just a few minutes from the hotel
9 rooms (7 with three quarter beds and 2 doubles). All equipped with air conditioning, colonial style furnishings, hairdryers, minibar, satellite TV, telephone and safe.
24-hour bar, with breakfast and snacks.
Calle República #226 e/ Ignacio Agramonte & Callejón del Castellano, Camagüey.