Walk through the rooms and hallways of history and mystery at Eden Hotel. Built by German hoteliers in 1897, the hotel was one of the most exclusive establishments in Argentina. In the hotel’s heyday, its guest list included many famous names, such as Edward the Prince of Wales, and Umberto II of Italy. The hotel, however, gained notoriety for its owners’ sympathies toward the Nazis during World War II, which gave rise to many conspiracy theories. The most famous story tells that Adolf Hitler didn’t commit suicide in his Berlin bunker but escaped to Argentina and lived the rest of his life in this hotel. By the late 1960s the hotel fell into disrepair, but it’s now partially restored, allowing you to experience some of its former glory. To learn more, schedule a guided tours of the hotel. Put Eden Hotel into our La Falda trip itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Amazing place to go to learn about family. The guide we had a genius. The place is magical. HIGHLY recommended.
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  • The visit is very cute, reviews the history of the city of La Falda, with emphasis on those and the political environment that he founded the hotel and then stay. It is a classic and missed in the area, to go alone, with partner or family. Sincerely, you learn and enjoy much.
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  • Very entertaining and informative. It is a very interesting journey the day. In this, they show you the most important places in the hotel. On the other hand in the night, travel is fictional... has no history or information. The value of the entry is $70 and under 10 years do not pay. In the daytime visit there is a tasting of wines in the cellar of the hotel.
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  • The Hotel Eden, built in 1897, became in 2006 an excellent museum where you can make 2 guided tours, the day tours (from 9am), where you can see the cultural history (how it was built, the visits of the " Che "Guevara, Adolf Hitler, the poet Rubén Darío, the Prince of Wales, Albert Einstein, among other world-famous personalities and presidents who went down the Marmor Carrara staircase, among other stories), the nocturnal visits take place at 10pm and they are related to Myths and Legends that happened in the hotel (they start with a movie that tells paranormal events that happened in the hotel and then a dark tour for an hour, where unexplained things happen and they are scary!). Highly recommended !. Excelete attention of the staff, in an unforgettable place and with a unique history.
  • Nice place ;)... Long tour :(
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  • His daytime story is fascinating. Closely related to the second world war. To listen to it, I felt the same feeling that led me to the story of the Titanic. And in her night visit, we are fun a lot with family and friends. An experience similar to a ghost train. Very funny!.
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  • For many years I wanted to get to know the hotel. A very good guide who took us inside the hotel. Previous projection of an audiovisual presentation. A wonder to retain this installation. It may be that at some point you can restore. It is worthwhile to go don't miss it. Lots of history there. Happy!
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La Falda features accommodations to suit a range of tastes and budgets, either side of Highway 38. Resort-style hotels offer rooms both simple and luxurious, as well as additional facilities like swimming pools, spas, and onsite restaurants. Budget-conscious travelers can take advantage of hostels and family-run guesthouses, ideal for those ready to throw down their luggage and head out to explore the area's many natural highlights.
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