We stayed in the Titanic Room, with waterbed, portholes, two sinks and fancy bath. There were some very nice touches - a praline, candles, slippers, MP3 player connection, a rotating TV, jogging map and dumbbell. The bed was extremely comfortable and a great experience - a bucket list item ticked off - though I was a bit sore the next morning which is probably normal. Definitely worth it! The air con was technically in the bathroom but did the trick, the room was big and very temperate. It was quiet outside, though we could hear other guests' keys and some slight creaky floors.
Downsides are that wi-fi and breakfast aren't free, and it's not an accessible hotel - there are stairs, but also porters who brought up our luggage. And this was yet another place with old-fashioned twisty keys with which we had a bit of trouble. Fortunately it wasn't late at night as there isn't 24 hour reception.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Every lifestyle has a magic all its own. We invite you to take a look around our little hotel “Der Zauberlehring” (“The Magician’s Apprentice”) – a microcosm of cultures and styles. Here you can enjoy a stay in the ambience of your choice. We have composed thirteen rooms and four suites on three levels all with a flair of their own punctuated by loving details. And our services are custom-tailored to meet your every need as well ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Zauberlehrling Hotel Stuttgart