Ruinas Del Hotel Eden, La Falda

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. Put Ruinas Del Hotel Eden 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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  • As he had already done the night visit, I decided to do the daytime visit. I didn't mind he is not better organized the subject of early visits, since when I arrived did me go and I joined a group that had already begun (not vi home video), without informing me if there were available the next traveled to which I could i ncorporar from the very beginning. Overcome this aspect negative (which is a point to improve in the Organization), I must say that the visit was very interesting and educational. the Guide knew very well the agenda and travel was very varied. It was especially helpful as were recognized places that are visited during the night tour, but here much better exploit and see plenty of construction details. Organizing the subject of times better, I recommend to anyone visiting La Falda which do this tour, as a part of the history of this city can be "felt". Dogs who live in the area were "stars" of the tour! It is definitely worth a visit. At the end of the tour you invite to a wine tasting, and one can end walk through the garden and take photographs. The tour lasts one hour and half approx., for different locations inside and outside the Hotel.
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  • Hotel Eden is a living part of the history of the skirt. Traverse it is almost an obligation, touring its facilities either day or night circuit night, full of mysteries and myths... not to be missed.
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  • The tour begins with a video, which shows the origins of the hotel and the connection with Nazism. After the video we had to travel, always emphasizing the insistence of the guide in making the same something super fun, we note that he loves the work done, since in every corner we visited loigro saarle a cancajada to the number of tourists who were. It should be noted that there are two types of visits, the day that you care to explain the connection that has the hotel with history and have the various celebrities that visited the hotel, and the night making emphasis on the mystical and paranormal that s upuestamente takes place in the hotel. Both visits have their charm. You can visit rooms, bathrooms, cleaning, washing, the old power plant rooms, ironing room, and others some objects of the hotel remain intact at the time, but the great majority was repaired. the ride ends with a tasting of salami and wines.
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  • A wonderful place. The hotel is very warm, surrounded by trees and with a view to the mountains that is a dream. Is located on the same grounds as the old Eden hotel, which adds mystery and charm. It offers a very full breakfast. People who we were super attentive, gave us references where to eat or to do... In short, wonderful experience at this hotel.
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  • Very expensive entrance, it has no value for money. $70 today. Very careless children Park, old games, broken, corroded, there are goats loose and waste of these everywhere. It is not accessible for wheelchairs or prams. It has no ramp. The State of the Museum is to be deplored. Inside there is a kind of bizarre Museum of antique children's characters. Very bad. The good, the architecture of the period, the green space, the landscape of the hills is unique and spectacular photographs can be taken.
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  • Excellent excursion. Very educational and interesting. Highly recommended. Excellent guides
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  • Even though the place has recovered after being abandoned for years and of looting, far far from having a proper management of the resource and the management of the same. The guide service is bad, projecting a video and then make a tour with an exhibition of memory and repeating all the time so monotonous, comparative with a reproduction of a boring recording. It is a pity that the local and provincial heritage management plan is not adequate.
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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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