Stuttgart at night
Don’t oversleep in Stuttgart, but sleep well while there. There are 171 hotel accommodations in the capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg, ranging from bed & breakfast and youth hostels to five-star temples of luxury. The Hotel am Schlossgarten belongs to the latter category, where star chef Bernhard Diers reigns in the hotel restaurant in the Zirbelstube with his French grand cuisine. The Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin hotel also bathes in new glory after its recent renovation, offering pure luxury as does the third five-star hotel in the city, the Le Méridien. A brand new offer makes Stuttgart even more attractive for overnight guests: “Strong double active” was initiated in Automobile Year 2011 and will be continued in 2012. Guests who reserve a room at participating hotels through Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH receive a ticket for local public transport free of charge along with the reservation confirmation. The ticket can already be used to get to the hotel, and is valid for 8 days. One child up to 14 years of age can travel free of charge per single room booked or per adult. Two children up to 14 years can likewise travel for free on the urban commuter network per double room booked or per two adults, allowing visitors to move around the Stuttgart metropolitan area easily and cheaply. A total of over 117 Stuttgart hotels participate in this offer which provides guests a genuine added value without any additional cost.
Most Stuttgart hotels are oriented towards business guests. The state capital is a top address for visitors of conferences and congresses of all kinds. But hotel comforts are also appreciated by tourists. Charm, atmosphere, and individuality are offered by such private hotels as the Zauberlehrling or Flair Hotel Woertz zur Weinsteige, filling all possible requests and needs. The same is true for the former Waldhotel Degerloch. After extensive renovations, under new management, and renamed “Waldhotel Stuttgart”, the four-star private hotel situated just below the landmark TV tower is once again welcoming guests.