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I go to Stuttgart a great deal for work! One of the few nice hotels in the city! And I have stayed at many! Nice restaurant within the hotel. The hotel room was cold as the temperature has dipped a little! It is July and so the hotel switch off the heating in July (which is understandable) but they ...
This hotel was great. Clean and quiet room, large bathroom, excellent cleaning service and turndown. My room had view of park. Excellent wi-fi included in room cost which worked well. Excellent full German breakfast, not include in room cost but well worth the cost. Location excellent. Very close ...
My title says it all. It's an excellent hotel. Plenty of Comfortable seating in lobby area and a bar between registration desk and elevators. There is also two comfortable chairs in my room and a large desk top space.
The only reason I can't rate my experience 5/5 is that on my 3rd day of stay when i requested the room to be cleaned i ended up with bed sheets that were blood stained :( ... i was lucky to have two twin beds in my room so i just slept on the other bed given it was my last night there as well. But ...
All of the staff were wonderful, very friendly, spoke excellent English which was important for me, and went out of their way to make my stay enjoyable. I look forward to staying there again in the future.
Stuttgart’s more adventurous travellers can find plenty of blood-pumping activities by basing themselves in any of the hotels, B&Bs and hostels in and around central Stuttgart. With the efficient Metro service, you can get easily to any number of specialist indoor centres, outdoor activity parks and sports clubs, and hiking areas.
Most of Stuttgart’s hotels are great for climbers interested in the city’s range of climbing opportunities, including the extensive Climbmax Kletterwelt indoor bouldering centre and the treetop climbing fun of the Waldklettergarten, both in Zuffenhausen. Even accommodation in the very heart of Stuttgart puts you near Germany’s oldest climbing hall, [cityrock] climbing gym, next to Berliner Platz, and within reach of the indoor walls of the Pink Power sport centre in Böblingen. For more challenging climbs, head south from Stuttgart to the Swabian Alps, with its wide range of climbing routes, especially in the Danube Valley and Lenninger Alp areas.
Families and casual water-sports fans can choose from the Fildorado water centre in Filderstadt and the F3 Familien- und Freizeitbad in Fellbach. Canoeists and kayakers could check out hotels near the Kanu-Gesellschaft Stuttgart and Kanu-Vereinigung Esslingen clubs on the banks of the Neckar River, or the Wassersportcenter am Neckar, which offers a variety of sailing and motor-boat lessons and activities on the Neckar itself and an adjoining lake.
Start your adventure from a hotel in Baden-Wurttemberg, a wonderful region for the rambler and hiker. The beautiful river valleys and rolling Swabian hills around Stuttgart are interlaced with interesting hiking routes. Head northeast to the places to stay near Mainhardt Forest for some gentle hikes or to the Swabian Alps to the south, a rambler’s paradise. The more intrepid might try the Donauberglandweg trail, running in four day-long stages from the region’s highest mountain to the Swabian Grand Canyon. And no hiker can afford to miss out on the Black Forest with its 20,000 km of well-signposted trails – head to accommodation in Mount Feldberg for spectacular views, picture-postcard scenery and pretty little villages, or further south to Donaueschingen-Hüfingen to view the mighty River Danube at its source.