Hotels in Stuttgart

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  1. C240Sport97

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    Can anyone recommend a decent but cheap hotel in Stuttgart (preferably in and around NW Stuttgart)?

    Thanks.
     
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    I've not been there myself, but when visiting new places I often use TripAdvisor.

    HTH
     
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    More central but here is good.

    Further out in Fellbach

    Really excellent but a fair distance, this is a corker!
     
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    Decent yes, cheap no.....we stayed at the Intercontinental a few years back.

    Probably fair to say it doesn't fall into the cheap category, but very nice and secure parking if you need it.
     
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    EXCELLENT hotel. Almost a second home. Def go for the dinner bundle. The breakfast costs more than the dinner ! Go figure.

    Highlights.
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    - free pretzels at night
    - unlimited excellent coffee
    - unlimited water
    - free slippers
    - free blue duck ! (no joke)
    - excellent soaps and products
    - free use of a bathrobe
    - free apples in Gym.
    - Excellent gym
    - free internet.
    - Chemically controlled bed hardness.
    - Excellent showers
    - Bright rooms.

    - Cheap parking
    - Very close to Museum (the only one there is !)
    - Helpful and considerate staff. Just ask what you need.

    Be sure to phone and ask if they have any great internet sales. Some of those sales are tricky to find.

    I kid you not ... the Managers last name is somehing like Jelneck. Someone at head office has a cute sense of humour. Conveniently located hotel on Jellneck Mercedes Strasse.
     
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    thanks all.

    Am going to be at the Porsche Museum on Sat 23 May, Mercedes Museum on Sun 24 May and Porsche Factory Tour on Monday 25 May

    Hence why I want to stay NW Stuttgart (I think that's where Zuffenhausen is)
     
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    I reckon Fellbach is a good spot then, inbetween the two. Bit closer to MB but easy travelling..
     
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    I stayed at the Marriott in Sindelfingen - a few hundred yards from the MB plant.

    It was upto the usual Marriott standard - and looked and felt the same.

    MARRIOT Stuttgart - Sindelfingen

    The other one I stayed on one occasion was the Mercure down the road, which was also pretty good...

    Mercure Bristol Stuttgart
     
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    I'm going to the Porsche museum in July and have booked the Achat Hotel
    Wollinstr. 6, Stuttgart 70439 Germany.

    It is about 4-500m from the museum. I wanted a cheap place to stay for one night. I'm driving straight there from ijmuiden taking in the museum the following day and then driving on to Stelvio as part of a euro trip.

    It got fairly good reviews in tripadvisor, and I reconned as I don't need something fancy for one night a business class hotel suited me fine, and at £55 for a double room without breakfast it fitted the bill.
     
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    Why would you want to stay inbetween two museums ? Then you have to pay for parking at both locations and drive back from both locations.

    In any event, the VW museum, is in a location where I wouldnt want to be looking for a parking spot.
     
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    I wouldn't bother driving, taxi much easier :)
     
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    I dont know who told you that ?
     
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    I drove around everywhere - much better than catching cabs.... parking is not too much of an issue either
     

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