Once you arrive, you immediately feel comfortable. Urban, industrial style made from natural materials creates a cozy atmosphere. The high ceilings in the lobby provide ample space. Our Japanese "Beiz am Bahnhof" (pub at the station), the Izakaya Ekimae, takes care of your physical well-being.
The Tailormade Hotel LEO St.Gallen was designed by star architect Roger Boltshauser and is directly at the train station St.Gallen and right next to the highway connection. The image of the elegant building right next to the train depot is significantly influenced by timeless design that incorporates the use of organic materials like clay bricks.
For all those who enjoy eating out, there is a modern, japanese restaurant and bar, including a terrace on the first floor.
The Ekimae brings traditional Japanese cuisine directly to St. Gallen. No sushi, but everything else that is typically found on the table in the Land of the Rising Sun. Fresh, purist, and incredibly tasteful.
Seminars & Workshops
In our 70m2 spacious seminar room, all possibilities are open to you – from productive meetings to creative workshops.
Urban style combined with modern technic provides the best conditions for your event.
Spa & Workout
Take advantage of our small but exquisite workout and spa area in the hotel. Modern fitness equipment and a panoramic view over St.Gallen help to boost your performance. Relax in our 90° sauna, the hot tub on our rooftop terrace, or our relax area.
Our hotel in St. Gallen serves as an ideal starting point for excursions. Beautiful landscapes with impressive views, abundant mountain panoramas with a 360-degree view, as well as art and culture, invite you to linger and enjoy an active experience in Eastern Switzerland.
Modern Architecture in the midst of St.Gallen
What the press says about us:
22.09.2023 – St.Galler Tagblatt: Smoky eggplant, creamy tofu
31.01.2023 – St.Galler Tagblatt: Hotel LEO is about to open
12.07.2023 – stgallen24: New hotel and restaurant for St.Gallen
05.09.2023 – stgallen24: Tested: This Japanese restaurant serves horse instead of sushi
06.09.2023 – Gault & Millau: St. Gallen: Japan in the plate, sake in the cellar