Hotel de Inmigrantes

Entertainment & Arts

South America, Argentina, Buenos Aires

Hotel de Inmigrantes (Immigrants’ Hotel) is a complex of buildings constructed between 1906 and 1911, in the port of Buenos Aires, Argentina, to receive and assist the many thousands of immigrants who, at that time, where arriving in Argentina from many parts of the world. The Hotel ceased to function in 1953, was declared a National Monument in 1995 and today houses the National Museum of Immigration.