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arcona HOTELS offer a choice of three- and four-star hotels in the city centres of Stuttgart, Rostock, Potsdam and Stralsund, giving you the perfect base from which to explore the scenic, historical, cultural and culinary pleasures of each city. Positioned to let visitors discover urban beauty and coastal wonders, arcona HOTELS promise all the comfort, service and amenities you would expect in this price bracket.
There is a choice of single and double room styles to suit all, from standard to comfort, deluxe, long-stay and easy to access for guests with mobility challenges. All rooms have a bathroom with shower and WC, an additional seating area, telephone, WiFi connection, climate control and room safe. Coffee and tea in the room, a bottle of mineral water upon arrival, WiFi and Sky TV are free of charge for all guests. arcona HOTELS won’t leave you hungry, either having a restaurant on site or being very close to a good range of local and tourist restaurants.</ p>
Home to Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, and one of the engineering capitals of Europe, Stuttgart is the sixth largest city in Germany and capital of Baden-Württemberg, in the south-west of the country. But there is much more to Stuttgart than being the birthplace of the automobile: nestling among some of Germany’s finest vineyards, Stuttgart offers culinary, cultural and scenic pleasures to rival any city in Germany.
Stuttgart is a city of manageable proportions, and easy for the traveller to get around. The central station, the Hauptbahnhof, makes an ideal starting point for your explorations, and it’s close to Schlossplatz, the main square, and Königstraße, the main shopping street. Schlossplatz is a grand plaza, bordered by the striking architecture of one of the largest Baroque palaces in Germany. Stuttgart has a large amount of green space, with a range of pleasant parks and gardens, such as the Schlossgarten, the castle gardens adjoining the Schlossplatz and dating back to 1350.