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Motel One is a German chain of value hotels, with over 50 establishments in Germany, Austria and across Europe’s larger tourist cities. Committed to its philosophy of great design without the designer price tag, Motel One promises a good night’s sleep, on a high-quality mattress and 100% Egyptian-cotton bed linen. When you unlock the door to your room, you’ll spot a LOEWE flatscreen TV, a mobile desk, and a bathroom with a Hansgrohe Raindance shower, organic-lemon shower gel and luxuriously fluffy towels. There is free WiFi throughout Motel One hotels, and, in some, you can borrow an iPad free of charge. The trademarked One Lounge is a breakfast bar, café and lobby in one, and each One Lounge is designed to a unique regional theme – so in Stuttgart, you can expect a distinctively Swabian flavour to your beer, wine and eating options.
Visitors to a Motel One hotel in Stuttgart will appreciate the striking clash of historic grandeur and cultural vibrancy of the capital of the Swabian region in southwest Germany. With top-end sporting events at Mercedes-Benz Arena in Nerkar Park, home to Bundesliga football club VfB Stuttgart, and neighbouring Porsche Arena, which hosts the Tennis Grand Prix, sports fans won’t be left disappointed. And while you’re in the area, pay a visit to the Porsche Museum, even if you’re not into car racing.
A trip over to SI-Centrum in Möhringen, Stuttgart’s entertainment hub, opens up two theatres capable of putting on world-class productions like the touring West End shows of Tarzan, Mama Mia! and Rocky, amongst others. You might want to take in a movie at the CineMaxX multiplex or stick on a dicky bow and hit the tables at the casino. Spending time in Stuttgart’s city centre around the gardens that surround the Baroque Neues Schloss, or New Palace, comes highly recommended, too. The New Palace dominates the eastern side of Stuttgart’s Schlossplatz, easily Stuttgart’s grandest square and a great spot to put your feet up and watch the world go by as you plan your next adventure.