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Stuttgart’s spa hotels are on to a good thing with the city being home to multiple natural mineral springs pumping millions of litres of healing waters into the city each day. There are three mineral baths and a host of health centres providing spa, sauna, pool and pampering opportunities, making Stuttgart a great place to kick back and relax.
Many of the Stuttgart’s spa hotels have on-site wellness centres with swimming pools, rest and relaxation complexes and often fitness studios, but a special treat would be to head out to Bad Cannstatt, to the north east of Stuttgart city centre, where you can melt into Europe’s second largest mineral spa or book a languishing massage or two. But with a good selection of spa hotels to suit most pockets both in Stuttgart city centre and in the beautiful countryside around it, you’ll be spoilt for choice. With Stuttgart’s Metro as efficient as it is, you can enjoy wandering between spa centres and working out which is your favourite.
LEUZE Mineralbad, Mineralbad Canstatt and Mineralbad Berg are Stuttgart’s three great mineral bath complexes, with a variety of indoor and outdoor pools ranging from hot to temperate to cool. There are swimming and pool fitness classes for the energetically minded, and waterfalls, massage jets and bubble beds for those who just want to go with the flow. Complementing the pools are extensive sauna and wellness amenities providing all manner of rest and relaxation, but do be aware that Germans have a relaxed attitude to nudity.
The healing powers of a Stuttgart holiday are not confined to your hotel and spa. With its rolling hills and vineyards, restful attractions and healthy eating options, the city can be a 24/7 revitalising experience. Not only do the dedicated spas provide excellent cuisine on-site, but Stuttgart’s cafes and restaurants cater very well to the healthy eater, with a wide variety of vegetarian and organic options. And after lunch or dinner, why not take an uplifting stroll, maybe in one of the city’s many picturesque parks or out in the Swabian hills or even, further afield, in the Black Forest?