Visit Stuttgart with Ringhotels
Ringhotels merges trend and tradition in all its hotels across Germany and beyond. The cooperative brand of mid- to upper-market family-run hotels across the country welcomes visitors, with distinctive regional flavour passed down through generations. From manor houses and castles to golf hotels and breaks in fairytale towns, Ringhotels focus on making travel dreams come true at an affordable price.
Located outside major cities and in rolling countryside, Ringhotels offers guests a variety of rooms, including standard, superior, deluxe, triple and quadruple rooms and apartments. Each room is equipped with a bathroom with shower and WC, a desk, flatscreen TV with cable channels and a minibar. With their restaurants at the forefront of their brand, each Ringhotel has a focus on food, ranging from top-notch eateries, serving the finest regional and international cuisine, to homely bars and cafes to ease into at the end of the day. </ p>
What to do in Stuttgart
Stuttgart is the home of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, the sixth largest city in Germany, and the capital of the Baden-Württemberg region in the south-west of the country. Here Gottlieb Daimler, Karl Benz and Ferdinand Porsche became fathers to the modern automobile, and here you can visit the gleaming museums that tell the story of their endeavours. But there is much more to Stuttgart than being the birthplace of the motor car: nestling among some of Germany’s finest vineyards, and home to some of the country’s best Baroque architecture, Stuttgart offers culinary, cultural and scenic pleasures to rival any city in Germany.
Stuttgart’s city centre is a place of green parks and historic squares, interspersed with lively shopping thoroughfares. Schlossplatz is a handsome space, bordered by the Renaissance Old Castle and the grandly Baroque New Palace, a perfect spot to have a bite and plan your next expedition. Schillerplatz and Karlsplatz are postcard-pretty squares, bordered by historic buildings and museums. Königstraße, the main shopping street, is a great place to shop for distinctively Swabian souvenirs, and the Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Gardens is home to a dazzling diversity of animals and plants.