Caesar Park Buenos Aires Managed By Mgallery
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaesar Park Buenos Aires Managed By Mgallery
Very nice hotel from what I have seen so far, but I have only just arrived. Service has been fantastic...and the bed is really comfy. The hotel is in a great location.
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