Budget hotels Stuttgart Motel One - Designhotels
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Cannstatter Wasen 2017: Due to a trade fair/event in the vicinity of the hotel a surcharge and special cancellation policy (free of charge 14 days prior to arrival) will apply from 22.09.17 to 08.10.17.

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    From your Motel One situated in Feuerbach-Ost, you have direct access to the Rosensteinpark. It is considered to be southwest Germany's most important landscape park for a reason. Enjoy one of the last English gardens or discover the exhibitions at the Löwentor Museum or the State Museum for Natural History - Rosenstein Castle. You also should not miss the open air concerts at Castle Solitude - classical music at its best!

    Stuttgart 48.816406000000000 9.176671000000000
    stuttgart@motel-one.com Stuttgart 70469 Stuttgart Phone: +49/711/ 32 77 92-30 Fax: +49/711/ 32 77 92-31
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    You could not be any more central - in your Motel One you have got direct access to the Stuttgart main station or the tram station. Therefore you have got ideal connections to the exhibition centre, the airport, or the surrounding suburbs such as Bad Cannstatt, Feuerbach or Untertürkheim. The pedestrian area with its numerous shopping opportunities is close by, and the Oberer Schlossgarten (Upper Palace Garden) with its little lake invites you to relax amongst all the green.

    Stuttgart-Hauptbahnhof 48.782116000000000 9.178916000000000
    stuttgart-hauptbahnhof@motel-one.com Stuttgart 70173 Stuttgart Phone: 00 49/711/ 30 02 09-0 Fax: 00 49/711/ 30 02 09-10

Budget hotels in Stuttgart

budget hotels Stuttgart

If you're only in Stuttgart for a short stay and you're on a tight budget, then check out the "Bohnenviertel" (Bean Quarter) (between Charlottenplatz und Leonhardsplatz). Originally home to Stuttgart's craftsmen and wine growers, the name was cultivated because of the beans grown in their gardens as a food staple. 
While you'll not likely to find many bean plants these days, the quarter has retained its charm with narrow alleyways, lovingly restored house fronts, picturesque front gardens and cobbled streets lined with boutiques, designer hotels and wine bars. An inviting and peaceful oasis in the midst of this vibrant, lively Stuttgart city. 

With cosy taverns scattering the city offering all manner of cuisine at reasonable prices, Stuttgart is justly proud of its reputation for hospitality. 
Galleries, artist studios and second-hand bookshops are just a small part of what this dynamic Swabian city has to offer. 

An unusual and attractive square, the Stuttgart Marienplatz has an almost Mediterranean flair. Lovers hold hands and flirt in the "Café Kaiserbau", youngsters play basketball and toddlers delight in the coolness of the Spring fountain. Sit and relax on one of the many benches on this piazza and watch the world go by. 
Or take a ride on the Stuttgart rack railway, which links the districts of Stuttgart South and Degerloch. 
Affectionately called "Zacke" (spike) by the residents of Stuttgart, the line was opened in 1884 and even has a special carriage for bikes. 

And a great way to round off your day of discovery in Stuttgart is to enjoy the fine Mediterranean cuisine of the "Amici" which a glass of good wine or a tasty cocktail. And after the meal you might like visit the trendy "Amici" club lounge, where you're likely to find one or two stars of the Stuttgart football team. 

In keeping with the hospitality of Stuttgart, Motel One offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a functional and unique design aesthetic at a price you can afford – choose from one of our two great low budget hotels. 

We look forward to welcoming you!