Visit Stuttgart with Hilton Hotels
Hilton, one of the largest and most-respected names in the hotel industry, has hundreds of Hilton-branded hotels worldwide. The Hilton umbrella covers all manner of accommodation from the personalised luxury found at Waldorf Astoria hotels and the authentic Curio Collection with its distinct character to the freshness of Canopy by Hilton and convenient comfort of Hilton Garden Inns, with their Sleep Deep promise in rooms with a focus on business visitors.
All Hilton hotels offer a choice of luxurious rooms to suit all visitors, with the option of single, double, twin, queen or king beds, to executive rooms and a choice of suites. Accessible rooms are also available. Expect a comfortable night’s sleep in well-equipped rooms, some with a fridge and microwave, and all with free WiFi and well-appointed bathrooms. p>
You’ll enjoy Hilton’s extensive choice of gyms, spas, saunas, pools and other fitness facilities. And you’ll never go hungry with a variety of on-site restaurants, cafes and bars, offering the full range of global and regional food, wine and beer.
A Visit to Neckarpark, Stuttgart
Neckarpark is one of the most attractive event destinations in Europe. With its Porsche-, Mercedes-Benz- and Daimler-branded attractions, it is a mecca for motoring fans, as well as being home to the Bundesliga football club VfB Stuttgart. Neckarpark enjoys music concerts and many cultural events, and is ideally situated just to the east of Stuttgart’s city centre. The Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Gardens are a short hop across the river, and a number of pleasant parks, including Bad Cannstatt’s Kurpark, the Rosensteinpark and the central Schlossgarten, are all within an easy stroll of the Stuttgart’s Neckar Park. For an entertaining couple of hours, stop by the Schweine Museum, which pays homage to all things pig, and is great for lunch.
Visiting Stuttgart City Centre
A couple of miles from Neckar Park is Stuttgart’s city centre. Capital of the Baden-Württemberg region in southwest Germany and seat of centuries of German dukes, Stuttgart is not short of museums and striking big-city architecture and vast squares that invite you to sit back and people watch on a break between shopping and touring the museums.