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Schulgasse 2, Sankt Pölten, Niederosterreich, Austria
This Sankt Polten hotel is located within a 10-minute walk of St. Polten Hauptbahnhof. It also offers a swimming pool, an express check-in and check-out feature and free Wi-Fi.
Free Wi-Fi
1339 reviews
0.7 km from city centre
C$ 78
Bahnhofplatz 7, Sankt Pölten, Niederosterreich, Austria
Situated amongst a variety of well-known attractions, boutiques and eateries, Hotel-Gasthof Graf is ideal for guests wishing to explore Sankt Polten and its surroundings. It also offers free Wi-Fi to all guests during their stay.
Free Wi-Fi
863 reviews
1.1 km from city centre
C$ 132

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Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Sankt Pölten:C$ 140/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 80/night
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About Sankt Pölten

The capital and largest city of Lower Austria, Sankt Pölten lies on the Traisen River to the north of the Austrian Alps. It functions as both a municipality and a district within the Mostviertel quarter and is renowned for its ancient city centre and cathedral.

The name Sankt Pölten derives from the 3rd century theologian, Hippolytus of Rome, with the city previously named Sankt Hippolyt, then Sankt Polyt and eventually Sankt Pölten. A Benedictine monastery was founded here in 771, housing the relics of Saint Hippolytus, and was later transformed into an Augustinian canonry. A fire largely destroyed the monastery, and it was rebuilt in its present Baroque style, before being dissolved in 1784 as part of the Josephine Reforms. It has since been home to the Cathedral of Sankt Pölten which is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Amidst the historic architecture of the city centre is the Stadtmuseum Sankt Pölten which exhibits ancient archaeological findings from the region, including Celtic swords, Stone Age shell jewellery and bronze sculptures from the Roman period. Works of art depicting historical scenes from Sankt Pölten are also on show, together with an extensive collection of furniture and architectural designs in the art nouveau style which has left a distinctive mark on the city centre. Other landmarks of note are the Klangturm tower which offers impressive views across the city, as well as the former synagogue which now houses an institute dedicated to the history and culture of Austria’s Jews.

Trains come and go from Sankt Pölten Hauptbahnhof which connects to regional destinations across Austria. It is also served by Wieselbus lines which have frequent services to Vienna and other Lower Austria destinations. Public buses ply the city streets and access most areas, while a free tourist train connects the ancient city centre to the government district during the summer months.

Between the 2nd and 4th centuries, the ancient Roman city of Aelium Cetium existed on the site that is now Sankt Pölten, before later becoming what was known as Treisma. It was not until 1050 that Sankt Pölten officially became a town, eventually replacing Vienna as the capital of Lower Austria in 1986.

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  • What are the best hotels in Sankt Pölten?

    Hotel Muse (7.8/10 from 2,546 reviews), Das Alfred (9.2/10 from 3,076 reviews), and Stadthotel Hauser Eck (7.1/10 from 1,339 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Sankt Pölten.

  • How much do hotels in Sankt Pölten cost?

    The average price of a hotel in Sankt Pölten is C$ 177 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Sankt Pölten?

    Prices for Sankt Pölten hotels have been found for as low as C$ 90/night over the last 3 days.

  • How much is a hotel in Sankt Pölten tonight?

    Users have found prices for hotels in Sankt Pölten tonight starting as low as C$ 91, rising to an average cost of C$ 169, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from C$ 184 for a 4-star hotel in Sankt Pölten for tonight.

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