Guests looking for budget accommodation in Stuttgart could consider Hotel Stuttgart Nord, which features Muckenstuble restaurant. Novum Hotel Boulevard Stuttgart City is a budget hotel that will place you 10 minutes' walk from the center. Jugendherberge Stuttgart Neckarpark and Hostel Alex 30 are two affordable options, which are both just a short walk from Gottlieb-Daimler- Gedachtnisstatte. A good budget-friendly option in Stuttgart-Süd district is Ib-Gastehaus, a 15-minute walk to Castle Square and not far from Brauereigaststatte Dinkelacker restaurant.
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Where to stay in Stuttgart?
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Stuttgart airports & Subway stations
Hotel Filderhof is about a 30-minute walk from Stuttgart airport and offers guests a range of facilities including free self-parking and a patio. Zur Weinsteige is a 4-star hotel situated a 10-minute walk from Charlottenplatz U-Bahn metro station and offers a Jacuzzi and a patio. Guests wishing to stay near Central Stuttgart train station could think over Unger or Intercityhotel Stuttgart.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those wishing to immerse themselves in Stuttgart's key tourist attractions, Althoff Hotel Am Schlossgarten and City Hotel Stuttgart in downtown are ideal choices. A cheaper option in the center is Jugendherberge Stuttgart International, which comes at 108US$ per night. To explore Bad Cannstatt district, choose a hotel near Wilhelma, such as Hotel Astoria Am Urachplatz with room rates from 113US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Stuttgart
Vienna House Easy Mo Stuttgart offers top-rated accommodation, conveniently situated in Vaihingen district and near Dornhaldenfriedhof. Maritim Hotel Stuttgart is a highly rated boutique hotel near Jubilaumssaule, with an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a patio for a relaxing stay. Another option is to check out the rates and amenities at the chain hotels, such as Novum Hotel Rega or Novum Hotel Rieker Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof, close to Ciba Mato.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
For travelers looking for apartments in Stuttgart, Pension Am Heusteig in Stuttgart-Mitte district puts you in the center. Hotel Berg is a B&B situated a 15-minute walk from Hirscheber. Families traveling to Stuttgart with children might consider staying at a hotel like Hotel Geissler, boasting complimentary parking and free private parking. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 81 hotels in Stuttgart, Apart Business Hotel or Hotel Restaurant Krehl'S Linde among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Stuttgart
Stuttgart is an automobile heaven for those who worship luxury cars. Best known as the headquarters of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, the city has two car museums that are sure to quicken the pulse of the motor-car enthusiasts. But don’t confuse Stuttgart with Birmingham or Detroit, the city is one of the greenest in Europe. Its multitude of parks, lovely vineyards, and breath-taking sights makes it the place you will regret to leave.
One of the most advanced cities of Europe, Stuttgart displays its constant importance over the centuries with its numerous modern buildings as well as ancient palaces and castles. Booked.net will help you enjoy irresistible sights of Stuttgart. Book the cheap hotel in Stuttgart or find the most luxurious one at Booked.net.
If you’re staying in the city for more than a day, buy a special 3 days travel ticket and use it on any bus or train. Excellent public transport system in Stuttgart is safe, clean and cheap. Don’t spend too much time in the centre of the city; visit sensational Mercedes-Benz World as well as the magnificent Porsche-Museum in the suburbs, along with the city’s parks and old zoo.
- Mercedes-Benz museum and factory. The museum attracts with the world-famous premium cars, some dating back to the earliest days of the motor engine.
- Porsche-Museum features rotating exhibits from a stock of 300 restored cars. The exhibition of rare cars and variety of historical models will raise your adrenalin.
- Castle Solitude was designed as a place of quiet, reflection and solitude. It’s a fascinating rococo palace which now is the house for the ‘Castle Solitude’ academy.
- Ludwigsburg Palace was built in 1733 when baroque style was dominant in Germany. Today, the palace and its enormous baroque garden are quite similar to their appearance around 1800.
- Hohenzollern Castle. Visit this grand castle to estimate the history of the city
- The Landesmuseum Württemberg. A historical museum was founded in 1869 by King William I. It presents fascinating collection of medieval art and a number of archeological treasures.
- Wilhelma was built as a royal palace, but after World War II it became an impressive zoological and botanical garden. Enjoy the biggest magnolia grove in Europe and astonishing aquarium with animals and plants from all over the world. Join the nature, the barriers between spectators and animals in the zoo are minimal.
When you get tired of museums and castles, go on a hike among vineyards and sample some treats in Weinstuben. Things get even better in April, during the three-week Stuttgarter Frühlingsfest which celebrates spring with beer and grilled sausages. At the end of September things get really hot during the Stuttgart Beer Festival. One of the world’s biggest beer festivals attracts armies of visitors.
‘The city of Mercedes and Porsche’, Stuttgart is famous for its lovely sights, rich history and culture, delicious German wine and carnivals. To make your journey unforgettable, check our database of the hotels at Booked.net. In the range from the cheapest hotels in Stuttgart to the ones with luxury find the right one for you.