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Enjoyed our stay, rooms very good - slightly stuffy. Good breakfasts and nice decoration everywhere. Very clean and felt very new. SBahn entrance is immediately outside - very convenient.
Maybe not five star but I was on a budget and wanted a base to explore the city and sights and this fitted the bill perfectly. Good value & great location for the out and about traveller.
Off the plane take the S2 train to Rotebühlplatz and the hotel is a few metres in front of you. You are only a ten minute walk from the central square too! Rooms aren't huge but very comfortable. Quality bathroom and a safe. Breakfast is excellent with a wide variety of choices. I will stay again ...
Very nice room. Quiet building but a bit loud from bier garten across the street. Might be a tough place during the hot months as there is no a/c. Lication is excellent with many shops, bakeries and restaurants close by. Market is 1/2 block away also.
We loved the easy access to the station and how completely updated the bathroom was. The front desk staff was helpful and friendly, printing out the train schedule and bus route for the day trip we were planning.
With over a hundred family-friendly hotels in to suit all pockets, and a range of activities to keep the children busy, Stuttgart is a city that welcomes visitors of every age. There are so many attractions which cater to all generations that the challenge is on to see how many you can fit into your stay!
An open-top bus tour is a great way to get an initial overview of Stuttgart. Stuttgart Citytours give you a glimpse of the great Schlossplatz, the Mercedes-Benz Museum, the quirky Pig Museum and the beautiful Wilhelma Zoo and Killesberg Park, among many other attractions. When you’re ready to do some dedicated visiting – the Mercedes-Benz Museum is a must for any car-mad youngster, the Pig Museum is wonderfully eccentric and with kid-friendly activities; Killesberg Park runs a cute miniature train tour and gives the best views from its observation tower, while the Wilhelma Zoo has bears, elephants, rhinos and apes – what’s not to like?
Grab your swimsuits and prepare to get splashy in the Mineralbad Leuze, a mineral spa and water centre in Bad Cannstatt. Youngsters can be kept busy in the dedicated children’s area, with its paddling pool for the youngest, and a non-swimming pool for the slightly more confident, while you can pamper yourself in the mineral spa and wellness centre. Or test your head for heights in the child-friendly Waldklettergarten treetop adventure centre: try out the wobbly suspension bridges, swaying climbing elements and whizzing zip lines, if you dare.
So many museums in Stuttgart have dedicated kid-friendly areas that you’ll be spoilt for choice. Not only is the Landesmuseum Wurttemberg housed in a very cool Castle, its Children’s Museum features an interactive Roman building site. The Mercedes-Benz Museum has a range of interactive exhibits for all ages, and the Pig Museum has a children’s activity centre with porcine-themed books, games and video clips. Some something a bit more informative, visit Rosenstein Park’s Natural History Museum, which has a busy educational schedule including a Nature Detective trail.