Caesar Park Hotel Good but There are Better

The Caesar Park Hotel calls itself “one of the top hotels in Buenos Aires.” While this is an elegant hotel it is also one step down from the true top hotels in the city such as Park Hyatt, Four Seasons, Alvear Palace and Hotel Faena.

I spent one night at Caesar Park this December. It’s well-located in the ritziest part of Recoleta on Posadas directly across from Patio Bullrich mall. My only complaint about the location is that there aren’t any fruit or vegetable stores or grocery stores nearby. There is, however, a very good wine store inside the mall.

Caesar Park embraces the European style and in the impressive lobby you’ll find a marble staircase, huge columns and a giant chandelier. Here’s a picture:

The rooms are luxurious but understated. There is no “wow” factor here.

I have the impression that Caesar Park thinks quite highly of itself and aims to be a top-flight hotel, though its finest days may have passed. This quote from their website sums it up:

“A sense of casual sophistication reigns with the hotel’s well-heeled guests, who are accustomed to life’s finer things and find them in abundance at the Caesar Park.”

You can often find rooms here for around $250 to $300 per night. The best hotels in the city charge $500 or more. One minor annoyance for me was the extra charge for wifi. At those kind of rates I want my internet connection included.

Note that there are two Caesar Park hotels in Buenos Aires. The other is called Caesar Park Silver Buenos Aires Obelisk.

Here’s a link to the Caesar Park website.

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