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Hotels in Stuttgart


Tourism in Stuttgart

On the banks of the Neckar River, surrounded by vineyards and gardens, is the equally vibrant and homely city of Stuttgarts. Gateway to the Black Forest, and an unforgettable experience that combines culture, architecture through the ages, automobiles and shopping in an exceptional urban frame. Stuttgart is both surprising and innovative at any time of year.

To visit the most important sites in Stuttgart one should start with Palace Square (Schlossplatz) with its commemorative column dedicated to King Willhelm I, its pavillion of cast iron, where one can see the New Palace (Neues Schloss) that has a certain amount of French influence in its classic style, and was also an official residence for the former monarchs. In the same square is Stuttgart Art Museum (Kunstmuseum Stuttgart), a simple yet elegant crystal cube with pleasant views from the top floor, that also contains an extraordinary state art collection. If you walk around the perimeter of the palace, you will come to Stuttgart’s National Theatre and the National Gallery (Staatsgalerie) that divides its collection between two buildings, classic and post-Modernist. Returning to Palace Square, get onto Dorotheenstr St. and walk until you reach the Markthalle, the city’s covered market, an Art-Nouveau segment with a vaulted crystal roof. A little further up, one can visit the beautiful Schillerplatz square, where the old medieval castle(Altes Schloss) stands, along with its attractive inner patio, in the Renaissance style. Next to it is the Regional Museum of Wurtemburg with the Stiftskirche Church, a prominent church in a late Gothic style and a high tower with a height of 61 metres. A few yards away is Königstraße St, Stuttgart’s main shopping boulevard.

Outside the city centre, to the north, is one of the city’s icons of modern architecture, recently declared a national monument: the architectural complex of Weissenhof, a project by Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe. The Weissenhof Museum in Le Corbusier’s House was opened to the public in 2006. Also quite far from the centre in the opposite direction is the Television Tower (Fernsehturm) built in 1956, and made of concrete with a height of 217 metres. There is a pleasant view of the city and surroundings from the tower, at a height of 150 metres.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Stuttgart

The most centrally located hotel in Stuttgart with the best ratings is: Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin.

It depends on the category of the hotel. If you want to stay at a 4-star hotel in Stuttgart, the average price per night is 44, while you will pay an average of 38 for a 3-star hotel, and in a more luxurious 5-star hotel, you"ll pay around 66.

Hotel Schwanen Stuttgart-Airport / Messe and Hotel Fritzis Art are the closest ones to Stuttgart-Echterdingen.

You can make reservations at Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin if you´re looking for a hotel with valet service for your visit to Stuttgart.

If you need a hotel with disabled access in Stuttgart, we recommend Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin.

According to our clients, the best hotels in Stuttgart to stay at with children are Hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe and Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin.

If you want to save time, the hotel in Stuttgart with express check-in and check-out is Hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe.

Some of the best options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Stuttgart are Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin and Hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe.

In Stuttgart, Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin and Hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe offer 24-hour front desk service.

If you're bringing a vehicle, we recommend that you book a hotel with parking in Stuttgart, like Hotel Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin or Hotel Wyndham Stuttgart Airport Messe.