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Caesar Park Buenos Aires | Buenos Aires, Argentina
Caesar Park Buenos Aires
Caesar Park Buenos Aires
Caesar Park Buenos Aires
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The Caesar Park Buenos Aires (managed by MGallery and soon to be The Brick Hotel) in La Recoleta, one of the most elegant neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, combines European sophistication with the warmth of Argentinean tradition. The excellent service will make your stay a unique experience.

Located in the most distinguished and upscale quarter or Buenos Aires on Posadas Street and in front of the most elegant shopping mall in the city, The Patio Bullrich. Only a few steps away from Recoleta, a traditional pedestrian area which features a great number of open air coffee houses, numerous restaurants and important museums and art galleries. Surrounded by fashion designer boutiques, situated near Libertador, Alvear and 9 De Julio Avenues with quick and direct access to the financial and commercial districts.

The hotel restaurant and two bars offer 5 different worlds from which to choose. The lounge offers the perfect atmosphere to enjoy continental breakfast, a light meal, afternoon tea or pre-dinner drinks. Those who prefer having their drink in an Anglo-Saxon atmosphere may opt for the very British Cheers Bar, done in dark red with leather furniture, muted lighting, hunting scenes on the walls and a view of the rock garden. Agraz offers a very interesting option of Argentinean contemporary food, which is in the charge of the well known chef Micaela Conesa, in an elegant, yet relaxed atmosphere.

Buenos Aires is the tenth largest city in the world, and is located to the east of Argentina, on the banks of Rio de la Plata, slightly north of the river's Atlantic Ocean outlet. Across from this coast, on the other side of the widest river in the world, Rio de la Plata, lays the neighboring city of Montevideo, capital of Uruguay.

The other side of the city of Buenos Aires is surrounded by a high concentration of people involved in vastly important industrial and commercial activities.

One can reach several important places of interest by automobile on a relatively short drive; for example, a two-hour drive to the north takes you to Iguazu Falls, close to the Brazilian and Paraguayan border. La Quiaca is Argentina's northernmost city, bordering Bolivia.

Two and a half hours to the south takes you to the tourist city of Bariloche; Ushuaia, the country's southernmost city, is just 3 hours and 40 minutes away. To the south also lie the city of Mar del Plata and the beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.

As concerns the rest of the world, Buenos Aires is a 3-hour flight from Rio de Janeiro, 2 hour and 44 minute flight from Sao Paulo, 11-hour flight from New York City and 13 hours to Europe.

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