Visit Stuttgart with Carlson Hotels
Carlson Hotels is an American chain which owns the Radisson, Radisson Blu, Park Inn and Park Plaza brands, among others. Like many Park Inn by Radissons, Stuttgart’s is a dynamic breath of fresh air, targeting the younger uncomplicated traveller looking for a somewhere comfortable to stay in city centres and business-focussed areas worldwide..
The Park Inn by Radisson is a four-star hotel, with all the comforts and facilities a discerning traveller would expect – there is a choice of standard and business-friendly rooms, all including high-speed WiFi, air conditioning and a designated work area. The on-site restaurants offer a wide range of global and regional dishes, and the bars offer a good choice of wines and beers, including local and regional favourites, as well as snacks. Catering for the tech-savvy younger generation, Park Inn by Radisson usually have styled relaxation and break-out spaces.
Stuttgart: an Overview
Stuttgart is the capital of the Baden-Württemberg region in southwest Germany. The region is close to the French and Swiss borders, and Stuttgart itself is within easy reach of the world-famous the Black Forest and the beauty of the Swabian Alps. Stuttgart may be best known for its automotive heritage, being the birthplace of the modern motor car, and it is still the home of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. But Stuttgart is a treasure trove of things to see and do for all visitors. Filled with attractive parks, squares and architecture that spans centuries of Ducal one-upmanship, Stuttgart city offers many attractions to the visitor. Head slightly out of the centre to enjoy the surrounding Swabian countryside, more sprawling castles and vineyards inviting you to taste their wares.
Make the Most of Stuttgart
Whether you want the global brands of the Breuninger stores, or you’re on the look-out for a unique Swabian souvenir along Königstraße, Stuttgart has shopping covered. It also has museums to rival any in Germany – from the cutting edge Mercedes-Benz and Porsche factory museums to Württemberg Landesmuseum, the social history museum in the stunning Altes Schloss, a Rennaissance palace in Stuttgart centre.