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Caesar Park Buenos Aires

Posadas 1232 (@ Montevideo); Tel. +(011.54.11)(54 11) 4819-1100
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Keeping with the philosophy of other Caesar Park Hotels, the Caesar Park Buenos Aires offers five star comfort and elegance to match its upscale location in the heart of the city’s most prized zip code. Located steps from Patio Bullrich (the Capital Federal shopping Mecca) and cloaked in endless amenities, the Caesar Park will allow you to enjoy the best of Buenos Aires style and culture in the most luxurious environment.

The building rises as a near monstrosity of modernity out of an otherwise traditional neighborhood and the lobby with its towering pillars and stiletto heels strutting over marble floor immediately suggests an upscale hotel with a mind for the business traveler. Stepping into a guest room provides all the comforts of home for the weary worker. Immaculate, softly lit, and decorated with a distinct European style, this is a place to rest your head and slip into a gorgeous South American dream. Televisions and stereos are provided for mindless entertainment.  

Amenities are endless and include a heated pool for washing away troubles, a small but functional fitness center,  multi-lingual staff dedicated to providing you with a wonderful stay and personal attention, 24 hour room service, and meeting and business facilities with state of the art technology.

The Caesar Park can also boast about its location. Access to some of the cities greatest sites including the famed Cementario de la Recoleta, Patio Bullrich, Fine Arts Museum, and many more is easy on foot or by taxi, though Subte stations are up to 15 minutes on foot. For those brave enough to try driving in the city, Caesar Park offers free valet parking service. The neighborhood is where the wealthier members of Buenos Aires fled when there was an outbreak of disease near the docks. In keeping, this neighborhood remains a haven for the wealthy, well-to-do of porteño society.

The hotel’s restaurant, Agraz offers delicacies by chef Germán Martitegui; a fine example of the best in Argentine cuisine. The environment is comfortable yet refined and matches the overall style of an experience at Caesar Park.

Basic room rates start around $180US per night and suites can set you back a whopping $400US and includes an impressive breakfast buffet, though some may find it a small price to pay to live in the lap of luxury for a time.

—Caesar Park Buenos Aires review by Clare Nisbet

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