The stately Sevilla, a half block from Parque Martí, was completed in 1920, which makes it one of the town's oldest buildings. Renovated last in the late 1990s, its lobby has high arches, stained glass, and potted plants. The restaurant (¢), which occupies most of the lobby, serves a small selection of decent Cuban cuisine at bargain prices. Rooms are small but authentic, with high ceilings and colorful tile floors. Although those on the street have small balconies,
they don't have hot water; 2nd-floor rooms are your best bet.
Calle Independencia 57, Ciego de Ávila, Ciego de Ávila, Cuba