Hansa Hotel Stuttgart

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Silberburgstrasse 114-116, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70176, Germany
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70%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
4%
2
Very Good
29%
14
Average
37%
18
Poor
16%
8
Terrible
12%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families41
  • Couples46
  • Solo41
  • Business19

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Forum Posts

B&B's in Stuttgart

by irish147

hello
I am looking for a nice B&B in Stuttgart in Oct

Any in the city, that have internet?

Thanks
Míchéal

Re: B&B's in Stuttgart

by Kakapo2

I have only stayed in a B&B in the Stuttgart region once (Obertürkheim), and that was ages ago.

They do not have such kind of accommodation at every corner like in other countries but you can google and check out if you find what you want.

You have to enter the word "Privatzimmer" in the search.

When you do this even the English expression Bed and Breakfast comes up.

Re: B&B's in Stuttgart

by whatawonderfulworld.

Hello Michéal,

I would suggest you these B&B (Hotels) in Stuttgart:

http://www.cityhotel-stuttgart.de/index.php?lang=en_&selItem=tarife

http://www.hotel-koerschtal.de/en/

Both hotels are very nice !!

Have a nice time in Stuttgart.

Take care !!

Greetings from Montréal, Juergen

Re: B&B's in Stuttgart

by irish147

hello

Thanks for your link

And the help



m

Travel Tips for Stuttgart

All aboard for the ride of a lifetime!

by jayhawk2000

Christian is not one for the rides, so sitting on a ferris wheel seemed a good option. Okay, so at 60 metres/180 feet tall it's the highest transportable wheel in the world...but it doesn't go fast or make any noise, so what could be scary about it?

The wheel has 14,000 lights, 42 cars and needs 28 railway cars to be carried around Europe. It takes about 6 days to go up and 3 days to come down. More info is available in German and English at http://www.riesenrad.de, including the full schedule. Well, we didn't figure on the cars being able to swing back and forth...that, and they aren't closed in so when you get to the top it's very, um, breezy!

I was all set to take photos of the full panorama of the fairgrounds laid out below us, when my digital camera's batteries failed.

So we came back the next night and this time got on board the 'small' ferris wheel in the middle of the fairgrounds. This one didn't rock back and forth... it SPUN!

Ulm Münster (Cathedral of Ulm)

by keeweechic

Ulm Münster (Cathedral of Ulm) is undoubtedly the symbol for Ulm. Its spire is the highest of a church all around the world - 161 metres from the bottom to the top. The Ulm Münster is the second largest example of Gothic ecclesiastical architecture in Germany - taking second place only to Cologne cathedral. For those who choose to climb the 768 steps to the top, as I stupidly did, you will have a fantastic panorama view of the city and further if the weather is right. Beware, the steps are narrow and wind continuously, there is barely enough room for someone to pass on the way down. By the time I came down my legs were like jelly for sometime afterwards and I was starting to loose my balance with the continuous winding.

Stuttgart has a lot of good...

by peterw

Stuttgart has a lot of good restaurants with cuisine from all over the world (just the last good ones, I remember)
Swabian: Stuttgarter Stäffele and surely a lot of others...
Thai: the one good but I don't remember name

Landesmuseum - Wurttemberg

by Roadquill

Alte Schloss Museum - Set in an old palace, the museum features a small sampling of finery found at the Palace in the 19th Century, ancient history of pre-historical findings in the area including bronze age materials, pottery and exhibits of excavations. There is an interesting ancient clock collection and a crypt.

Unterer Schlossgarten

by Bigs

The "Untere Schlossgarten" is a long green with a long park way under huge trees. It's not so crowded as the other parks and if you follow it until the end you end up on the river Neckar. I have done it though, it was too far I thought...

There is a soccer field and a playground too I think.

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