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Rooms are very clean, tall ceilings and laminate floors so not very cosy. Staff are very friendly and helpful, located almost opposite an U-Bahn station so very easy access to Stuttgart (one change to Canstatter Wassen) This is also a Hostel; no safes in rooms but valuables can be stored at reception, ...
a&o Stuttgart City£48a&o Stuttgart City£48
Rooms are average size for a budget European hotel. Rooms are clean with up to date décor. Note that even though the ad says "air conditioned" this refers to "seasonal air". The hotel will be in either cool mode or heat mode. On a hot day when the hotel has switched to heat mode the room could get ...
Motel One Stuttgart£68Motel One Stuttgart£68
The hotel was easy to get to from the bus or metro, & an easy 20 minute walk from downtown. It was a nice, compact room perfect for one person.
ibis Stuttgart Centrum£65ibis Stuttgart Centrum£65
Very comfortable stay, good breakfast, very easy to go to the centre. There is a few bug supermarkets around - very convenience
ibis Stuttgart Airport Messe£44ibis Stuttgart Airport Messe£44
Maybe not five star but I was on a budget and wanted a base to explore the city and sights and this fitted the bill perfectly. Good value & great location for the out and about traveller.
Hotel Espenlaub£37Hotel Espenlaub£37
Nice views, free car park at rear and across the road. Good food and breakfast at the restaurant. New bathrooms a very clean. Furniture a bit dated, and location needs a car.
Landgasthof Hotel Pfefferburg£67Landgasthof Hotel Pfefferburg£67
Hotel located in a quiet neighbourhood surrounded by family houses. Absolutely no problem with parking. Close to U-bahn and Porsche Museum (both within 15 min walking). Friendly stuff. Simple furnishing but clean.
Hotel Garni Keinath£56Hotel Garni Keinath£56
Stuttgart offers the budget-conscious traveller a range of hotel, B&B and hostel options, with plenty of things to do and see that don’t break the bank. The city has a wide range of free or reasonably-priced museums, galleries and historical attractions – check each website first to see what student or other concessions they offer. The StuttCard gives free admission to all museums and many other attractions, with discounts and special offers in selected theatres, shops and restaurants for 24-, 48- or 72-hour periods. The StuttCard PLUS also gives you unlimited free travel on Stuttgart’s VVS public transport system.
If you’re looking to get sporty, Stuttgart has a range of indoor and outdoor activities to get the adrenaline racing. If the weather’s nice, check out the Waldklettergarten Zuffenhausen, a treetop adventure playground with eight courses that range from easy to challenging. If it’s looking a bit grey, head for the Climbmax Kletterwelt, a spacious indoor bouldering centre with rental kit and friendly staff. If getting wet is the aim of the game, there are a number of kayak, boat and sail clubs on the banks of the Neckar River, and if you really want to stretch your legs, Stuttgart opens out into splendid walking country to the south, culminating in the rugged Swabian Jura and the Black Forest.
Now you’ve earned yourself some calories, it’s time to savour the best food and drink the Swabian region has to offer. Arrive in October and you will inevitably be drawn to the Canstatter Volksfest, a beer festival to rival Munich. Make sure to acquaint your taste buds with the draught Schwaben Bräu, Dinkelacker and Stuttgarter Hofbräu, as well as the range of special Festbiers that the local breweries make for the occasion. Needless to say you can sample all manner of pig knuckle and sausage, but Stuttgart also has an excellent choice of vegetarian, vegan and organic eating options.