March 21, 2008By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Alluring Argentina at the Caesar Park Buenos Aires
As the dollar continues to slide, the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires still offers bang for the buck for those looking to travel outside the U.S. Marvelous steak dinners can be had for a fraction of the price of a comparable meal in NYC, and luxury hotels continue to offer good value. An excellent choice is The Caesar Park Buenos Aires. Well-heeled guests are delighted by the elegant ambiance in the grand lobby: columns, marble staircase, the giant chandelier and mezzanine balcony. All works in the impressive art collection, displayed in the lobby and mezzanine, are for sale. Situated in the Recoleta district opposite from Patio Bullrich, the city's most exclusive shopping mall, The Caesar Park offers 175 tastefully-appointed guest rooms, including the top-floor Imperial Suite with amazing views over the city, the Rio de la Plata, and all the way to Montevideo, Uruguay. All rooms feature separate tubs and showers, and large entertainment systems.
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