• Double room with shower/toilet, TV, radio, telefon&Internet, incl.
• Single room with shower/toilet, TV, radio, telephon&Internet, incl.
• Single room with warm water and telephone/TV, radio, Internet
Prix reduction for children up to 12 years 10%.
Please tell us in advance if you will arrive after 10p.m. It's not
possible to arrive after 11.30 pm
And here is how to find us:
Zürich-Airport, green sign direction super highway. St. Gallen. Leaving
the super highway in St. Gallen when you see the sign "St.
Gallen-Kreuzbleiche" (in the tunnel on the left). After you will pass 4
. After the 4th you drive on the left roadside and turn into
Davidstrasse. Drive stright on up to the next croissment. You cross it
on your right handside you will see the Raiffeisenbank. Drive into
Gartenstrasse, along Raiffeisenbank until "Oberer Graben", than you turn
right, drive up to the next croissment. Stright on you will see Hotel
Einstein, you have to turn left into Gallusstrasse,there we are the
third building on the left. St. Gallen, the metropolis of Eastern Switzerland, nestling
between the region of Appenzell and Lake Constance bids you a warm
welcome. The traffic-free old town, with wonderful oriel windows and
stylish art nouveau buildings, is inviting for super shopping or a
The imposing cathedral and Stift Abbey Library are under UNESCO
protection as a World Cultural Heritage and are famous all over the
world. Take time to enjoy the excellent choice of cuisine in one of the
picturesque oldtown restaurants.
With its many educational institutes and the HSG University, Europe’s leading
University of Economics, the city is the most important centre in the
international region around Lake Constance. The various exhibitions and events
are also of great importance.
Major attractions are the OLMA Autumn Exhibition and the St. Gallen Open Air
Concert, which both draw thousands of visitors. A vast variety of cultural
events take place in the three-arts St. Gallen Theatre, the Tonhalle, the Museum
of Art, the Kunsthalle and the many other museums. The region around St. Gallen
offers an appealing array of leisure and excursion attractions.
The city of St. Gallen owes its name and its existence to the wandering Irish
monk Gallus, who came from Lake Constance around 612 to the high valley of
Steinach. In the 8th century a monastery was erected around his cell, and later
In the monastery of St. Gallen art and science were avidly cultivated, as is
testified to in the world renowned library, where you can marvel over the many
books and artifacts. The foundations of the library’s tremendous literary
treasure were laid in the Middle Ages. The ancient monastery edifices, however,
did not withstand time either; they were torn down in the mid- 18th century. At
that time the present baroque buildings were erected alongside the splendid
In the city of St. Gallen a so called guild constitution was brought into being
around 1350. From that time onward, the six trade guilds and the association of
elite businessmen, named “zum Notenstein”, held sway over the city. Crafts and
trade have flourished here since its beginnings, with linen production
dominating until the 18th century, followed by the cotton and embroidery
The tradesmen of St. Gallen have actively sold their textiles since the
late Middle Ages. As a result of the French revolution of 1798, the sovereign
abbey, the city, and the republic of St. Gallen were bereft of power. In their
stead, the monastery was rebuilt and the city became the capital of the canton
bearing the same name.