Hotel Mercure Sevilla Havane
Legend unites with stunning Moorish design at this Old Havana hotel.
Inspired by the Moorish design of Spain's Alhambra Palace, this hotel owns a piece of Havana history. It is claimed that when the Hotel Nacional de Cuba denied Josephine Baker because of the color of her skin, the Hotel Sevilla welcomed her with open arms. The hotel also enjoys fame as the setting for the opening chapter in Graham Greene's Our Man in Havana.
The hotel has 178 guest rooms and suites, which are pleasantly decorated in tropical-colonial style, with photos of old Cuba on the walls. Tiles, mosaics and carved ceilings add to the charm, and for those who want to be transported back in time, the patio just off the lobby entertains guests with a Cuban quartet. Rooftop Torre del Oro restaurant serves French cuisine paired with beautiful city views. The hotel offers a pleasant pool and outdoor lounge area.
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