This is a very nice hotel, well located and the staff is very friendly. There is no free internet connection inside the rooms. If you want to connect to the wish you have to come up to a few sofas in front of the reception desk.
Hotel is centrally located in quiet neighborhood. Nice breakfast, cooked to order. Food for dining at restaurant was delicious. Staff was very helpful, and we had a guest in wheelchair, and they went out of their way to please us. Huge room by European standards. The only thing negative was the parking which was extremely small and tight, but it was free!!! Overall, we would recommend this hotel to any person/family. Very good!
We stayed in 2 rooms of this Ludwigsberg hotel for 4 nights in mid-December when we were visiting Stuttgart (2 adults, 2 teenagers). It is a 15 minute local train ride from Stuttgart, and we chose it as a way of being out of the main city, but still with good access. The rooms were apparently fully refurbished in summer 2014, and it shows. The rooms and bathrooms are extremely clean with all we needed. Spacious enough for us all without feeling as though we were tripping over each other. Breakfast was very good, with plenty of choice for everyone - meats and cheeses, selection of cereals, pastries and croissants, several different breads and rolls, various condiments, a couple of hot (egg, sausage, bacon, baked beans), fresh fruit & fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, juices, hot drinks. We found all the staff very friendly and helpful. Wifi was excellent too. Easy walking distance to main shopping area and Christmas market (which we liked better than Stuttgart - more of a local feel and great atmosphere), and easy walk to train.
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Located in a calm side street, this 3-star hotel in Ludwigsburg , near Stuttgart, is only minutes away from the lively city …More
Spacious modern room, very clean, very friendly staff, convenient parking for only 3 Euros. We left too early in the morning to try the breakfast. Right next to a film school, at night very pretty lighted buildings. We arrived in Stuttgart by train and rented a car to go to the Mercedes and Porsche museums on a tight schedule. This hotel was a good choice in the area for the price--lower cost than staying in Stuttgart. Very easy to drive back to Stuttgart's main train station to return the car and leave town.
North of Stuttgart, Ludwigsburg's claim to fame is its Ludwigsburg Palace. It is Germany's largest Baroque castle. Home to Duke Eberhard Ludwig von Württemberg in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, the ruler also built a hunting-and-pleasure palace, Favorit, as well as the Seeschloss. Today, visitors flock to the city to tour the insides and grounds.
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