Hotels in Moron, Ciego de Avila
We\'re not sure why anyone would choose to overnight in Mor?n, but if you must then this is your nicest option. It\'s not saying much. Recently transferred from the Cubanac?n to the Islazul chain, it\'s the town\'s own version of the uninspired Bauhaus-style, Soviet-era, three-story structures found islandwide. On the south side of town, a 15-minute walk from the historic center, it\'s perfectly adequate for a night, but no longer.
The high points include a barber shop, tiny games room, tennis court (but no equipment), and a vast swimming pool that\'s the setting for noisy weekend revelries when local families flock. There\'s a tour desk (but surely you\'ll have your own car), and Internet service. And the buffet restaurant is spacious, albeit limited in fare, standards, and service. Mosquitoes abound in the lobby, with its decorative pool of standing water.