Visit Stuttgart with Wyndham Worldwide Hotels
US chain Wyndham Hotels and Resorts launched in 2006 and now operates thousands of hotels and resorts worldwide, striving to lead the industry in all categories, from the top end of luxury to the most authentic budget experiences. From Dolce and Wyndham Grand to Ramada, Days Inn and Travelodge, when you stay at a Wyndham Worldwide Hotel, you know what to expect.
Putting themselves at the head of each price range, Wyndham hotels offer all the comfort and amenities you would expect – and a bit extra – for the price. Guests can choose from standard single and double rooms, superior rooms and suites, all with minibar, safe, soundproof windows, individually controlled heating and air conditioning. Business travellers will be happy to find the workspace, and all will welcome the free WiFi access.
Things to do in Stuttgart for Every Pocket
Regardless of your budget, Stuttgart, the capital of the Baden-Württemberg region, has something for you. If shopping is your thing, a meander around the Markthalle in Stuttgart centre is an inexpensive treat in every sense – sausages and meat, vegetables and local produce line the stalls in the historic covered market. Just round the corner, the second largest department store in Europe (after Harrods), Breuninger’s flagship branch awaits with a whole different collection of treats, from Germany’s top brands to global designer wear. Pick up a Tiffany ring or Armani suit then head to Confiserie for an upmarket pastry or karls (kitchen) on the fourth floor for some food with a view.
If it’s culture you’re after, the Stuttgart State Theatre in the Schlossgarten has a packed programme of internationally acclaimed ballet, opera and drama, while out at SI-Centrum, in Mohringen, to the south of Stuttgart, is the Stage Apollo and Stage Palladium, cutting edge theatres that welcome some of the biggest touring West End and Broadway shows, from Mama Mia! to Tarzan and Rocky.
With some of the grandest Baroque and Renaissance buildings in Europe following centuries of Dukes trying to out-do each other, Stuttgart has a wealth of beautiful architecture and museums, parks and places to stay to suit every pocket.