Caesar Park Rio de Janeiro
On the beachfront street between lifeguard towers nine and 10, this can be the soul and heart of Ipanema, in which TV celebrities, former foreign footballers and teens alike mingle freely. Within two cubes are a few of the greatest restaurants in town, in addition to classic regional juice pubs and trendy fashion stores, while the exquisite Lagoa is only a 10-minute wander away.
Service & amenities
The royal receptionists and chatty bellboys keep things casual, while the sharp concierge may unlock the town for you with just one phone call. Beachside service means that you don’t need to struggle to get a deck seat and there is free water and fresh fruit, but it’ll be a battle to leave behind the lavish pool area and its own new pub, complete with views across the shore to Dois Irmaos mountain.
All of 221 of the bedrooms were remodeled at the conclusion of summer 2015, substituting tired carpeting with actual wooden floorboards and rugs, installing classic Sofitel beds and introducing lighter colors to keep things looking new. A few of the baths may still be somewhat dingy, so always request a high floor to get maximum relaxation and the entire advantage of this sea view. If you truly need to dash out, the Imperial Suite is the largest hotel room in town.
Food & beverage
Catch a stunning window seat in the Galani restaurant and you may almost be appreciating the enormous breakfast buffet on the shore itself, minus the sandy crunching. A low-calorie alternate into the Mediterranean-inspired menu is available for dinner and lunch, and also the rooftop cocktail bar is controlled by award-winning bartender Renato Tavares.
Value for cash
Double rooms from #150 (city view) to #165 (sea view). Breakfast not included – #12.50. Free Wi-Fi.
Accessibility for guests with disabilities?
There’s a ramp to the resort and many rooms are fitted with wheelchair-friendly baths.
Having a beach over the street along with also a pool on the roof, family fun is definitely on the cards.
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