Mercure Hotel Stuttgart Bad Cannstatt

Teinacher Strasse 20, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70372, Germany
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Stuttgart 21

by Grananny

I will be flying into Stuttgart on 2 May 2011 and need a hotel that is convenient to the airport, hauptbahnhof and car rental facilities. I was told that the InterCity Hotel at the hauptbahnhof was not taking reservations for standard rooms due to "Stuttgart 21" but they were able to give me a room under the "Business category".

An acquaintance has cautioned me that I would not want to stay here during Stuttgart 21. I understand this has something to do with construction to add terminals at the station?

Is it really that bad that I shouldn't stay here one night? I just need a place to sleep and will be leaving the next morning for my final destination.

Anyone familiar with what this is about?

Re: Stuttgart 21

by Turtleshell

"Stuttgart 21" is about building a new, subterranean and hence expensive central station in Stuttgart. Now, the current central station in Stuttgart is about as bad as the one in Munich, but many people think the money could be spent a lot better and feel duped by the local government. Therefore, we have seen massive protests going on in the area, and despite the fact that there are ongoing negotiations, which have so far helped to calm the situation, I guess it would be wise not to stay close to the area *right now and during the next weeks*, especially if you are travelling with kids and want to explore the area.

I guess no one can really tell what the situation will be like in May 2011. Since you'll fly into Stuttgart, you'll have to go through central station anyway. And to just stay overnight, a hotel close to the station will be safe of course. It is not that protestors burn down the surrounding buildings.

Re: Stuttgart 21

by christine.j

It's still a long time until May next year and I suppose the problems will be solved by then. We've passed through Stuttgart train station when the protests were on their peak, my daughter is there right now for work, no problems at all.

Will you leave by train very early in the morning? If so, the Intercity hotel is a good choice. If not, and if you don't feel comfortable staying close to the train station, book another hotel and take public transportation to the train station.

Re: Stuttgart 21

by Ianchen

The whole trainstation is going to be overhauled, tracks are going to be put underground and rotated by 90° - there is going to be a lot of construction going on. No idea what stage they might be in May 2011.
If it's only for one night, I wouldn't worry to much. Other options just accross the street are Hotel Graf Zeppelin, Hotel am Schlossgarten, Hotel Rieker, but I doubt that the situation there is much better.
Solely based on location (since I never had to stay in a hotel in Stuttgart), I would recommend the Best Western Hotel Ketterer, which is about 2km west of the train station on the other end of the large pedestrain area "Königsstraße". It's actually still withing a pedestrain area, hence in a busy-during-the-day, calm-at-night area. The S-Bahn (subway) station "Stadtmitte" is only about 50 m from there, and goes both to the main station (about 2min) and the airport.
There are a few more hotels on "Calwer Straße" and "Kronprinzenstraße", which is just around the corner, actually even closer to the center, but may be a bit trickier to find.

Travel Tips for Stuttgart


by JimKnopf

I found very interesting thing about a PDA for tourists. I never tried but now I'M very curious and guess one time must try it. You can get a PDA from the Stuttgart touristic information or you can buy software for your own PDA.
You can rent it for 4 hours € 5 or 8 hours € 8 and also you can have it up to 3 days. You have to pay 100 € deposit and copy of passport.
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by JimKnopf

A saga tells that 1519 the people of Heslach had betray the displaced duke Ulrich. After his return he ordered that all Heslach people must wear blue stockings. Since that time the Heslach people bear the name "Blaustruempfler".
On the occasion of the 100 years jubilee the location group Heslach made the Blaustruempflerweg.
Here is the map of walks. You can start at the number one at the Marienplatz station (tram 1 and 14, bus 41).
The points on the map:
1. Marienplatz
2. Karlshöhe, Lapidarium (
3. Karlshöhe with view to the centre, Beergarden
4. Memorial Johann Georg Fischer, swabian poet 1816-1897
5. Viewpoint to Stuttgarts west
6. Viewpoint with the most superb view to the south of Stuttgart
7. Leak to the Birkenkopf, Baerenschloessle, deer and wild boars park
8. Teach garden of the club for gardening Heslach
9. Cable Railway valley station Südheimer Platz (tram 1, 14 Bus 92)
10. Cable railway mountain station, wood cemetry
11. Dornhalden cemetry with
12. Viewpoint
13. Haigst, Viewpoint to the centre of Stuttgart, rack railway (tram 5,6,8), leak to Waldau and tv-tower
14. Club of hikers Heslach

If you want a better plan, tell me, maybe I can send you better pic or search this pdf file:
hiker map

MÖVENPICK; near the...

by Schocolade

MÖVENPICK; near the Schlossplatz, there is a restaurant, with good food, good service, and good environ, and if in summer, do take a seat on the balkon, you can see the palace and the mountain behind it. a wonderful view from the second floor restaurant.

New Castle (Neus Schloss)

by Redang

In Schlossplatz, you can find the New Palace (picture) and he New National Gallery of Stuttgart.

In olden days, it was the residence of the Kings of Württemberg.

In the center of the square, you will see the column (5 meters high), which has, on the top, the Goddess of the Concord..

TV Tower

by bugulma

It was built in 1954. It's the first TV tower in the world. From the TV tower top you see whole city and surroundings. Get warm coat if you'll be in the top in winter because it's windy place. But then you may visit cafe in the tower and get hot coffee. Lift is very speedy and I was in the top in 8-10 seconds. Besides it's a computer monitor in the lift, which shows you a part of the tower you're going in the moment.


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Address: Teinacher Strasse 20, Stuttgart, Baden-Wurttemberg, 70372, Germany