Welcome to Hotel La Tuna, your La Paloma “home away from home.” Hotel La Tuna aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Hotel La Tuna offers guests an array of room amenities including a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, picnic area, and outdoor furniture, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to street parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including La Caleta and Mar De Fondo resto pub, all of which are a short distance from Hotel La Tuna.
La Paloma is also home to Museo De La Paloma, a popular history museum that is not too far from Hotel La Tuna.
Hotel La Tuna puts the best of La Paloma at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
For a **hotel and at this price it could not be better! It's a little old fashioned so maybe not always practical, but it's like being in granny's house. Very warm and welcoming. I even got a room with sea view (1st & 2nd photo) and some rooms have balcony's with sea view. The other 2 photo's are the view from the breakfast room. If you're not looking for anything posh I rate price/quality with a 10 and would definitely recommend La Tuna!
We stayed in Hotel La Tuna for one night, and then changed our hotel. This hotel is disgusting. The rooms are very filthy, the carpets have stains all over from the lobby to the rooms. The bathroom is old and broken. There is no way to take a shower here, as the shower is 1 cm from the sink and you have no where to stand. The chairs in the room had visible brown and black and yellow stains on them. I have been to many 2 star hotels in Uruguay and other places, but Hotel La Tuna has been the worst ever. To top it all off, the breakfast was also horrible. There were no bread, and only old hard small cookies (it had probably been sitting there from 2 weeks ago), and when we politely asked if there is any bread available, the man working there rudely said no (without any apologies). There was only small pieces of butter, some jam, and old hard cookies which weren't edible. We ended up having breakfast outside and changing our hotel. There is hotel next by (a few steps away) named Trocadero with exactly the same price and clean, large, comfortable rooms. Finally, we did talk to the manager at La Tuna about the breakfast, and he told us that the reason there was no bread was that someone had taken more bread than needed! That was just plane stupid. We didn't mention the rooms, because if the wanted to fix it, they have to tear down the place and built a new one... avoid it at all costs. Plane horrible!…