We have been in this hostel during last fall ( 2003). we visited the stuttgart volksfest, a bit like munichs Oktoberfest and liked the way the swabians go hip with their beer. We were absolutely surprised by the charming atmosphere and the friendly staff of Jugendgästehaus Stuttgart. We booked through their new web site as written above and that was a good decision They offered brand new renovated - as they said - their hotel rooms and we didn't at all feel to be in a youth hostel. Clean and spacy, nice and small bathroom inside the room. The place wasn't very crowded, but there were a couple of guests (young people aged around 20 - 25) we got in contact during their breakfast.
Some of them booked the old rooms but they felt also comfortable with what they got (small rooms with shower on the floor) at decent low prices! No complains, if you go for lower prices and small comfort your choice is this hostel!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Puplic transport system -the yellow line #15 at our front door drops you off at Central Train Station, Porsches or Mercedes Museum, the famous beer festival (Volksfest), Winevillage or Stuttgarts popular Christmas Market. Our reputation "living in the greenest European Capital "can be investigated during a stay for a musicalnight, some concert evenings or while hopping through lounges and pubs. There is also a fast road connection to the "Autobahn" and to the airport Stuttgart. No curfew but key-access to main entrance for 24 hours. Reception is staffed from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. We hope to see you soon. ... more less