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The main area of Stuttgart is closed to traffic and is very busy late into the night with people, The hotel is right at the start of this huge area of shopping and eating. There is an excellent bakery about 100 yards from the hotel with the world's best croissants. The desk staff are great - one ...
Lovely hotel, well situated, beautifully presented, ultra clean, lovely huge room, beds like sleeping on a cloud! Staff very professional and friendly....only complaint breakfast a bit overpriced.....but overtime faultless.
We arrived on the Tuesday evening having driven from the Airport. We were greeted by the receptionist, and given our room key, so we went upto the room and dropped our bags. Then we came back down to the bar to get a drink. The hotel is lovely and clean and the staff are all very good. We enjoyed ...
We had a great long weekend at Le Meridien, all staff were friendly and knowledgeable, in particular concierge were always extremely helpful and cheerful. We enjoyed the buffet on the Friday evening and the Spa massage we both had were excellent.
This hotel is really nice, clean and comfortable with friendly and professional receptionists. We were impressed by our spacious room, spotless bathroom. It is highly recommended and we'll be happy to stay there more than once.
Very helpful staff, accidentially booked the arrival date a day out but the reception changed the booking for no additional charge. Room was modern stylish,bed comfortable and the food in the restaurant was very good (dinner & breakfast).
Stuttgart offers a choice of luxury hotels to rival any city in Germany, with world-class accommodation provided not just in the city centre and airport, but in pretty villages around Stuttgart, which are surrounded by rolling hills and valleys and clad in vineyards. From beautiful heritage hotels to cutting-edge chic, top-end accommodation in Stuttgart places you perfectly to explore the very best the city has to offer.
Stay at a four- or five-star hotel in Stuttgart and you’ll have your pick of the several Michelin-starred restaurants across the city. Enjoy cuisine that ranges from distinctively Swabian and classically German to the very best international menus. Compliment your meal with some of Stuttgart’s award-winning wines. Leave the Riesling to one side for a moment, for Swabia is also famed for other grapes – the red varieties Spätburgunder, Lemberger and Trollinger are ones to seek out, with Trollinger being a trademark of the Swabian region. The Trollinger grape originally hailed from the Tyrol, and now produces a light, fruity red that can be enjoyed chilled. For whites, sniff out the Silvaner, Kerner and Müller Thurgau varieties too. Head out into the countryside and, for a special treat, look out for the ‘Besenwirtschaften’, or broom taverns, temporary wine taverns that hang a broom outside the door to show that they are open.
Culture vultures would do well to take in a show at Staatstheater Stuttgart in the glorious surroundings of the Schlossgarten. Incorporating a busy repertoire of world-class opera, ballet and theatre, Staatstheater Stuttgart is the largest theatre in Europe and one of Germany’s only opera houses to have survived the World War II bombings. From Beethoven to Bizet, Shakespeare to Schiller, an evening of first-class entertainment is guaranteed. And for those who enjoy going behind the scenes, there are guided tours during the day to add to the cultural experience. For other architecturally exciting performance, the Kultur- and Kongresszentrum welcomes all manner of events, from touring ballet companies to local folk music concerts.