Dr. Hildebrand was a practicing physician in Appenzell from 1896 - 1943. He opened his practice here at Landsgemeindeplatz in the house "Kirchenpfleger Sutter's". His wife, Wilhelmina Rusch, Landammanns, brought the beautiful Renaissance buffet from the late 17th century into their marriage.
He then had master carpenter Willy Raess from Appenzell make this magnificent living room with coffered ceiling, parquet floor and walnut doors. In 1978, the Sutter family had the unique opportunity to acquire this house together with the valuable parlor. It was then completely removed, restored and reintegrated in its original form in the new building of the Hotel Appenzell.
The Stube is an adjoining room to the Café-Restaurant, with the calm and balanced charm of the Renaissance style. This room is the jewel of our house and also the crowning glory of the typical atmosphere of the Hotel Appenzell. It is suitable for small parties of up to 26 people, but also for two people to dine wonderfully in this harmonious environment. Atmosphere and perfection, special charisma of old woods and craftsmanship from former centuries inspire guests of all ages again and again.
Our Dr. Hildebrand-Stube offers a very special setting for small parties of up to 26 people. It is completely in Renaissance style and with its stylish atmosphere of inspiring uniqueness.
From 10 persons you have the possibility to create a menu and order up to 16 persons à la carte.
All our menu suggestions, as well as our menu and the current season ticket you can find here:Inspirations for your menu