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There are well over a hundred independent hotels, hostels and B&Bs in and around Stuttgart, offering visitors the comforts and amenities you expect in each price bracket, but with perhaps a little more individual character than you’ll find if you stay in a major chain hotel. Often family run, these independent hotels cater to every budget, from value conscious to luxurious, but what they will promise you is a stay with a distinctively local, Swabian flavour.
Wherever you want to stay in Stuttgart, there is a choice of independent places to stay to suit your purse and preferences. There are many independent hotels in Stuttgart’s city centre, close to the Hauptbahnhof, the main railway station, and the city’s central attractions. There are many more close to Stuttgart Airport and in Stuttgart’s suburbs and satellite towns. Use Expedia to filter the independent hotels by price, room type, location and amenities to find one to perfectly suit you, then look forward to a Stuttgart welcome with a distinctively local character.
Whether your independent hotel places you in central Stuttgart or one of the surrounding suburbs, you will never be short of things to do. Stuttgart is ringed by the rolling green hills and river valleys of the Swabian region, offering pleasant walks that are never too far from a pretty vineyard or an inviting brew-house. Ludwigsburg, to the north of Stuttgart, boasts one of the finest Baroque palaces in Europe, while Sindelfingen to the southwest gives guided tours of its mighty Mercedes-Benz assembly plant. Tübingen, to the south, is a quintessentially pretty Swabian town. And venturing further south still brings you to the spectacle of the Black Forest and the Swabian Alps.
No matter where you are staying, the Metro will carry you quickly and easily to Stuttgart’s city centre. Stuttgart is an automotive world capital, and the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche Museums are a must for any motor buff. Shopaholics should descend upon the Königstraße, the principal shopping street, and the famous Breuningerland retail complex. For a taste of culture, pop into the Linden Museum with its ethnographic displays, or the Staatsgalerie for its impressive art collections.