Eden Hotel, La Falda

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Historic Site · Landmark
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. PutEden 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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  • I recently visited this special museum during a "roots travel" around the province of Cordoba, although the site was not in my travel plan but during the stop-over in La Falda it catches my...  more »
  • This has been an extraordinary hotel bearing in mind the time when it was built and visited for so many wealthy tourists from all over the world . we were lucky because we took q guided tour and...  more »
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