BrazilVacation.Com June Hotel of the Month: Caesar Park Hotel

Location: Rua Visconde de Piraja 414/607, Rio de Jainero, Brazil

Rooms: 222

Rating: 4 Stars

Imagine a huge, exquisite hotel right on the beach in Rio de Jainero. Imagine rooms with double sided views of the ocean, giant beds, marble bathrooms, and more amenities than you could ever ask for. Now realize your dream: Caesar Park Hotel.

We chose this as our June hotel of the month because it has so much to offer travelers in Brazil while not burning a huge hole in their wallets, and is specifically a great honeymoon choice and fantastic for children.

Standard Amenities

Beautiful beach views from most rooms

Clothing and ironing services

Telephone Lines

Minibars

Continental Breakfast

Internet

Bar/Lounge

Restaurant “Gelani” with dishes from Brazil, Italy,  and other regions

Business Center

Shuttle Service

Fitness Center

Pool

Concierge

Steam Room

Hypo-allergenic bedding available

In room safe

In room massages available

Cable

Suite Exclusive Amenities

L’Occitane Amenities

Butler service

Shoe shine service

Laundry service

Private check in

Separate living area from bedrooms

 

Visit Website: www.caesarpark-rio.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Summer Olympics to be Held in Rio de Jainero

Start packing your bags and planning your trip to Rio now! In the summer of 2016, Rio de Jainero will proudly host the Olympics! This will actually be the first time the Olympics will be held in a South American country, and Brazilians couldn’t be more excited! Most of the Olympic events and the Olympic village will be hosted in the Barra da Tijuca district of Rio, while the rest will be featured in Copacabana Beach, Deodoro, and Marcana.

Note the pictures shown above – this will be the Rio 2016 Olympic torch! This is definitely one of the most unique and beautiful Olympic torches ever designed and is a sure sign of more great things to come as the city prepares for its guests.

All together 28 sports are on the schedule for the 2016 games, two of them being new to the roster: Golf and Rugby Sevens. Tiger Woods is even expected to compete. This should all make more some exciting competition!

Rio’s logo is noteworthy as well (see below) as it incorporates both the Olympics and Rio extremely well in its design. The logo was designed by an agency named Tatil, and represents contagious energy, harmonious diversity, Olympic spirit, and exuberant nature. The colors are yellow, green, and blue and display three figures embracing in a hug. It’s pretty neat how this was done because it also represents Sugarloaf Mountain.

Rio is sure not to disappoint as 2016 Olympic host city. Olympians and attendees the world over will be wowed by the superb hospitality found throughout Brazil, the energy and life felt in the streets of Rio, and the pure beauty of this city. Can’t wait to see what Rio has in store for us all!

Stay tuned for updates, news, and stories as we follow Rio’s preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games.