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Where to stayin Stuttgart

Stuttgart has 10th-century heritage combined with modern refinement, from fast cars to wine and art. Discover all this from your base in one of the great hotels across Stuttgart's neighborhoods. It's a compact city to stroll around, although you will need comfortable shoes to navigate all the "stäffele" (stairs). Use bicycles, buses, the U-Bahn, trams, and taxis to pick up the pace, or rent a Porsche in the place where it was invented. The city's 23 neighborhoods include the center, best for seeing major cultural attractions, while the outskirts offer vineyards and forests. With its mineral baths and stunning green spaces, a relaxing vacation is easy to access, no matter where you stay in Stuttgart.

Best Places to Stay for Food & Drink

Stay in Stuttgart-Mitte for typical taverns and the Market Hall with its organic produce and regional specialties. Find a place to stay in Bohnenviertel to experience a village vibe while exploring cobbled lanes leading to vibrant cafés. This is a good neighborhood for trying traditional Swabian dishes, such as maultaschen (ravioli) and spätzle (a local type of pasta), at museum and gallery restaurants such as Bertha's at Mercedes Benz. To take a vinicultural tour, the wine-growing neighborhood of Uhlbach is a great place to book a room. Those coming for Oktoberfest, the beer festival starting in September, will find accommodations in Bad Cannstatt best for the event.

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While Uhlbach might not have many sights to explore, venturing just a little farther will lead you to top things to see and do like Mercedes Benz Museum and Porsche Arena.

Recommended hotels in Uhlbach


Museums, theaters, and historic sites are some highlights of Bohnenviertel. You might stop by Market Hall or Konigstrasse while you're in the area.

Great Neighborhoods for Urban Spaces

Stuttgart's beautiful parks and green spaces can be a helpful guide for where to stay in the city. Stuttgart-Mitte hotels are ideal for families looking to spend time in Killesberg Park then get a great view of the city from hilltop Weissenburg Park, which includes an art nouveau tea house. Book rooms in Feuersee, just to the southwest of central Stuttgart, to be near a lake with a lovely view of St. John's Church. Degerloch suits hikers as it is close to forest trails yet around a 10-minute streetcar ride to downtown. The district of Bad Cannstatt includes Kurpark, a sprawling green area with upper and lower sections. Stay to the north and west of the park to be near the city beach and a River Neckar view. Bad Cannstatt is also home to Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Gardens.


Be sure to check out the bars and live music while you're strolling through Feuersee, and hop on the metro at Stuttgart Feuersee S-Bahn to see more of the surrounding area.

Recommended hotels in Feuersee

Where to Stay for Culture

Hotels close to Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart, one of the biggest libraries in the world, are also near the main train station and the pedestrianized Konigstrasse. Choose accommodations in Stuttgart-Mitte to be close to a concentration of cultural landmarks, including the State Art Gallery and Stuttgart Ballet and Opera. To visit Solitude Palace, in the forests west of the city, book rooms in nearby Gerlingen. For those who appreciate fine art of the four-wheel kind, hotels in Zuffenhausen are best for the Porsche museum while Bad Cannstatt is the place to stay for the Mercedes-Benz museum.


Travelers enjoy Gerlingen for its restaurants, and if you want to see some more of the area, you can jump on the metro at Gerlingen U-Bahn.

Recommended hotels in Gerlingen

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