In the heart of Stuttgart, the opening of the Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart marks a new era in luxury accommodation. This stunning hotel, situated in Stuttgart’s tallest building opposite the renowned Stuttgart Theater, boasts unparalleled panoramic views of the city center and the picturesque Killesberg Park. The location’s superb transport connections offer easy access to Stuttgart’s bustling business district and a plethora of cultural attractions, making it an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers.
The hotel, a flagship of the upper-upscale Radisson Blu brand, occupies floors 12 through 23 of the iconic building. It offers 168 attentively designed rooms and suites, each embodying modern comfort and aesthetic brilliance. The interior design features a sophisticated fusion of crimson and gray tones, accented with walnut, black marble, and exposed concrete, celebrating the tower’s architectural ethos. The rooms are adorned with photography of Porsche’s legendary sports cars, reflecting Stuttgart’s rich automotive heritage and adding a unique character to the guest experience.
General Manager Stefan Welti expresses his enthusiasm, “I am thrilled to invite our guests to an extraordinary experience. Our hotel is a gateway to unique adventures in Stuttgart.”
The Radisson Blu Hotel doesn’t just impress with its rooms. The Balaustine restaurant on the 10th floor offers a ‘casual-fine dining’ experience, inspired by the Barbary coast and the Levant. The open show kitchen and the adjacent bar with its extensive selection of cocktails and local wines enhance the gastronomic delights. Moreover, the rooftop terrace offers a 270-degree view, connecting seamlessly to the bar, providing an unforgettable experience.
For business travelers, the hotel features exceptional meeting facilities, including seven meeting rooms and two boardrooms, named after iconic Porsche models. These spaces provide panoramic views and versatile event facilities, suitable for a variety of corporate events.
A commitment to sustainability is evident in the hotel’s operations. It runs on 100% renewable electricity and utilizes district heating. The Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart itself is an example of environmental responsibility, employing FSC-certified wood and low-emission building materials, aiming for a Gold-level certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council.
Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President at Radisson Hotel Group, comments, “With the opening of the Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart, we’re not just creating a destination; we’re writing an extraordinary chapter in 21st-century hospitality.”
Stuttgart offers more than just automotive history. The city is home to the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the New Palace, and Solitude Palace, along with tranquil parks and a vibrant shopping avenue, providing guests with a diverse range of experiences.