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This is a very good hotel, right across the road from the train station and a block to the Main Street of Zürich. Very attractive hotel and comfortable room. The staff were extremely helpful to us, looking up train timetable and advice. Restaurants are expensive and we did not eat breakfast at the ...
Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin£97Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin£97
Check in was brisk , the room was already ready , the staff were very helpful with restaurant reservations. The hotel is steps away from the train station and the high street stores
Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten£110Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten£110
We had a great long weekend at Le Meridien, all staff were friendly and knowledgeable, in particular concierge were always extremely helpful and cheerful. We enjoyed the buffet on the Friday evening and the Spa massage we both had were excellent.
Le Méridien Stuttgart£123Le Méridien Stuttgart£123
Expedia has a range of five-star hotels, offering you the highest standards of luxury and amenities, in locations ranging from the city centre to the airport and the surrounding suburbs. Whichever five-star hotel you choose, you can be assured of a stay to remember, with easy access to all of Stuttgart’s scenic, historic and cultural attractions.
Stuttgart has an impressive range of fine dining experiences, with a number of Michelin-starred establishments, and a culinary scene extending from regional specialities to German classics and every major global cuisine. Most of Stuttgart’s five-star hotels have a choice of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars under one roof, and once you step outside, you will be able to choose from distinctively Swabian menus, featuring the region’s famous egg noodles and ravioli, to such national staples as red and white sausages and pork knuckles. Just as many German cities, Stuttgart takes pride in its beer-brewing culture, and its surrounding vineyards have been producing award-winning wines for centuries. p>
Stuttgart’s vibrant artistic and cultural scene caters to fans of both the classical and the contemporary. The State Theatre, Opera House and Ballet, the largest of its kind in Europe, is located in the central Schlossgarten, and has an exciting repertoire of plays, music and dance to suit all tastes. The Staatsgalerie is home to an important collection of works by German and international masters, and the Old Castle now houses fascinating exhibits of ancient, medieval and Renaissance artefacts. If your taste runs to the Baroque, make sure you visit the New Palace and Ludwigsburg Palace, two of the finest residences of their kind anywhere in the world.
Stuttgart is the home of the motor car, and no stay would be complete a visit to the Mercedes-Benz Museum and Porsche Museum, spectacular monuments to the arts of architecture and auto design. Every ground-breaking design for the road and prize-winning champion of the racetrack is here – check the museum websites for tours, events and other auto-themed treats.