verlooking Parque Cespedes, in the heart of the city's casco historico
(historic district), this historic charmer is the place to be for sightseeing and value.
Having sunk into desuetude during the Revolution, it benefitted from a renovation in the early 1990s and another following Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The beauty is mostly skin deep, but this hotel still gives the more upmarket Melia Santiago de Cuba a run for its money, mainly because of its unbeatable locale.
Rising five stor...