Serious businessmen enjoy being handed their print-outs by the stunning female staff at the Caesar's communications centre, while their wives - here for bargain leather shopping - spend a fortune in the Patio Bullrich shopping centre, which conveniently sits in front of the hotel.
As well as an assortment of smart European and South American visitors, the Caesar's 183 rooms are favoured mostly by politicians - including Brazilian presidents - because this hotel is slightly lower key (and less stylish) than the Four Seasons and the Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt. It does, however, still deserve its five-star status.
The impressive entrance, soaring pillars and marble floors would make a fine cover shot for a glossy magazine, but at the same time it intimates that it is not really a let-your-hair-down kind of establishment. With the odd gold tap and wooden finishes in the rooms and en-suites, an underground swimming pool and massage parlour, the Caesar is about prestige and comfort, not hell-raising fun - although you might be a little surprised to learn what some of these business fellas get up to.
The resident Agraz restaurant deserves its high accolades and pulls in a stylish crowd.