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Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport & Messe

Flughafenstrasse 50, Stuttgart - Map
"Great rest, great breakfast."
I arrived to this hotel exhausted after 14 hours flying and more than 20 on the go. The check in was fast, and I was able to shut the curtains and be in total darnkess (which is very important to me). I had a lovely long nap and woke up energized and ready to go out for food. The man at the counter was very nice and he showed me how to get to the restaurant I was interested in. He gave me a map and marked all that needed to be highlighted. The hotel is literally across the airport, it took me less than 5 minutes to get there, and because I needed to fly off the next morning, it was a great choice. By staying there you also have easy access to the train/subway system so it will be very easy to go walk around the city if you wish to do so. I would certainly stay here again.
Traveller from Monterrey, Mexico


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    Pocket Guide: Design Hotels in Stuttgart

    Stuttgart’s Design Hotels

    Stuttgart offers the visitor a choice of hotels a little off the beaten track – hotels with a blend of first-class design and distinctive individuality that is reflected in the city as a whole. Use Expedia’s image galleries to find the Stuttgart design hotel that suits your image and your pocket.

    Stuttgart’s Art and Architecture

    Stuttgart is home to a fascinating mix of architecture, ranging from the medieval, to the Baroque, to the strikingly modern. Head to the city centre to view the grand Old Castle, dating back to the tenth century, then turn into the Schlosspark, where the New Palace will take you on a trip through the Baroque period. For a taste of Modernist, head to the cube that is the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, housing a fine collection of modern art, including works by Otto Dix and Adolf Hölzel. And just across the Schlosspark is Stuttgart’s State Gallery, a blend of Neoclassical and Modernist design hosting notable works by Picasso, Mondrian, Dali and Matisse.

    Stuttgart’s Automobile History

    Whether you’re a fan of architectural or automotive design, you should seek out the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche Museums. Opened in 2006 in the petrol-head paradise of NeckarPark, the Mercedes-Benz Museum’s striking double-helix design creates the perfect space to lead the visitor through a century and more of design innovation, and to show off those fabulously sleek machines. Designed by architects Delugan Meissl and opened in 2009, Zuffenhausen’s Porsche Museums is an equally bold modernist statement, a cathedral to all those famous Porsche numbers - 356, 911, 959.

    Shopping in Stuttgart

    Designer shopping is at the heart of Stuttgart, with Breuninger, Europe’s second largest department store in Marktstrasse, but for a bargain, you could head out to one of the two Breuningerland shopping centres, home to a mix of distinctively regional, German and international fashion and homeware design. The Milaneo centre in the new European Quarter is home to over 200 stores, covering all your food and fashion, craft and cosmetic needs over three levels. If you prefer markets, the Markthalle is a beautiful Art Nouveau building filled with local specialities.

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