Ruinas Del Hotel Eden, La Falda

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Walk through the rooms and hallways of history and mystery at Ruinas Del Hotel Eden. 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. See Ruinas Del Hotel Eden and all La Falda has to offer by arranging your trip with our La Falda trip itinerary planner.
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  • The eden hotel is the first building that took place in the skirt. based on the city is armo. with a great story, it is a must-see for tourists. It has guided tours and guided tours at night. also has a café. very beautiful
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  • Beautiful, with great history, and the Guide on your journey explains very well the details and history of the hotel, the very economic entrance fee, beautiful garden, if you go to the skirt you can not miss it.
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  • My partner and I love history, museums (may for some be boring), so enjoy this ride to the maximum. Travel corridors that were the men and women of the last century, ballroom, rooms. The Guide genious, the course was super smooth, entertaining and very explanatory. We loved it
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  • A great Historic place to visit
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  • Beautiful historic place. Recommendable for visiting both the visit guida daytime as at night. Very good shows.
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  • Hotel Eden a perfect setting for sports activities. Skirt in Cordoba.
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  • Visit the Hotel Eden so not again fall into oblivion. It is an important part of our cultural heritage. The Hotel that resulted in the beautiful city of La Falda. The Hotel has years of history and deterioration. A shame the abandonment, the looting that occurred to a place that should be impeccable as the day of its opening at the end of the 19th century. But that is typical of the country where we live: ignorance causes these disasters. However, note the superhuman effort being carried out in its restoration. Hotel Eden has guides that make visiting a beautiful experience. Very good attention. The daytime tour costs $60, lasting little more than two hours and up to do a tasting at the end. You can then take another walk around the hotel, buy memories, the book or the dvd with the story, or visit the Museum of cinema, something cool for those who worship the history of cinema. In the evening, it the night tour. It must be noted and has a cost of $100 for adults and $50 children (11 years). Pass an audiovisual and then iterates through the hotel in the dark, with guides. I found two drawbacks: the number of people and the last stretch of the route - should be darker, having more cries.... In addition, the final photo is too expensive. By the entrance, they should give away it either. But it's fun and causes adrenaline to the beginning. The hotel also boasts a Theater Hall, a beautiful front garden, parking, children's play area, a ballroom and a bar. Tip: if they go to see a play, sit forward.
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