Hotel “Bell Rock” spirit of St. Louis Bar

The spirit of the pioneers of avation

The name “Spirit of St. Louis” stands for an unforgettable pioneering deed. Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974) gave this name to his aeroplane in which he became the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic in 1927. The bar of the same name in the hotel “Bell Rock” pays homage to daredevilry from the early days of flying. Small aeroplanes and propellers hanging from the ceiling are just as eye-catching as the old aircraft engine that serves as a bar table.

Accompanied by live piano music and decorated in the style of 1920s America, the Spirit of St. Louis Bar also impresses with its varied range of drinks. It is one of the best whisky bars you’ll find in German-speaking countries. Guests can also choose from many unusual and homemade cocktails and long drinks. In the afternoons, teatime enthusiasts and those who aspire to become teatime fans meet up here for exquisite tea and pastries.