Visit Stuttgart with DORMERO Hotels
DORMERO hotels are a step away from the norm. Opened in 2013, they breathe fresh air into the hotel world. From the distinctive red shoes worn by every employee – the only uniform you’ll see – to the welcoming of pets to all their hotels, DORMERO hotels need to be seen to be believed. With a wide choice of accommodation, from standard, comfort and family rooms to junior and full suites, every room features the DORMERO sleeping system, bathroom with rain shower, the choice of a single, double, twin or queen-size bed, free WiFi and 2 flatscreen TVs with Sky and video on demand. There are soundproofed windows, a minibar and a desk, and room service is available 24/7. You certainly won’t go hungry at DORMERO hotels, with their wide choice of restaurants and bars. The DORMERO hotels are conveniently placed four-star accommodation, usually within easy reach of public transport and major attractions.
What to Do near Mohringen, Stuttgart
In Mohringen, to the south of Stuttgart’s city centre, is one of Stuttgart’s main entertainment complexes – the SI-Centrum – with its two cutting-edge theatres, the Apollo and the Palladium, which have the capacity and capability to welcome some of the bigger touring Broadway and West End productions, like 42nd Street, Mama Mia!, Tarzan and Miss Saigon. The complex also has a CineMaxX multiplex and the SchwabenQuellen Wellness Centre, with a variety of saunas and steam baths from around the world, as well as globally-themed water worlds, rest areas and private spas.
Visit Stuttgart City Centre
With the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz museums in Neckarpark, Stuttgart itself celebrates its role in automotive history and development. Visitors can also enjoy a spot of shopping either along the city centre streets, surrounded by centuries of ducal palaces and sprawling green space, or at the chic Breuningerland shopping outlet, 15 minutes from the hotel by car. But guests of the joyfully irreverent DORMERO hotels are bound to enjoy a couple of hours sauntering around the Schweine Museum near Neckar Park, for all things pig.