Choosing Hotel Eden for a holiday in Sirmione means allowing oneself emotions that will be hard to forget. You will be entranced by the charming atmosphere of Garda Lake that over the centuries had enraptured the most sensitive minds.
In 1876 Johann Wolfgang Goethe wrote: “ I would really love having my friends here with me now, to share the beauty of the view lying in front of me ... The marvellous Garda Lake”
Moreover, Herbert Lawrence wrote in 1912: “ The lake is dark blue, reddened and clear as a jewel. Boats sail with their citron coloured sails.”
But not only.
By choosing Hotel Eden you will be surprised to find a design hotel that combines charm and history with the most modern comfort.
In May 1920, the famous writer Ezra Pound stayed at Hotel Eden. He was impressed by the atmosphere of the hotel and by the beauty of Sirmione, so he wrote his friend James Joyce as follows: “Dear Joyce: I feel at home here. I don't know what your engagements may be or if you are in good health to travel, but I would like you to stay here with me for a week at my expenses, I’d like you to be my guest. The place makes travelling worthwhile. Catullo and I assure you”.
Pound is right: you will feel “at home”, too.