Located in Stuttgart’s tallest building opposite the renowned Stuttgart Theater, the new Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart offers breathtaking panoramic views of the city center and Killesberg Park. This latest flagship addition to the upper-upscale Radisson Blu brand boasts superb transport connections to Stuttgart’s business district and numerous cultural attractions.
Offering 168 attentively designed rooms and suites on the top floors 12–23 of the iconic building, Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart is the epitome of modern comfort, effortlessly blending contemporary aesthetics with harmonious color palettes. Each room showcases a refined fusion of crimson and gray tones, complemented by walnut, black marble, and exposed concrete that pays homage to the tower’s iconic design and structure. Photography featuring Porsche’s legendary sports cars from various eras adorns the rooms and hallways, reflecting Stuttgart’s iconic automotive heritage and creating a true sense of place for guests. The rooms, including the exclusive corner rooms with breathtaking 180-degree views and Junior Suites with extra sofa beds, all provide panoramic views of the city and beyond. With a focus on guest comfort and convenience, the hotel offers prime amenities, including luxurious bedding, rain showers, espresso machines in the higher room categories, and Radisson Blu’s signature total connectivity, including free Wi-Fi, smart TVs with video streaming, and USB charge ports.
“I am thrilled to invite our guests to an extraordinary experience. Our hotel is a gateway to unique adventures in Stuttgart, from savoring delectable culinary delights to hosting key meetings and events. Join us and explore Stuttgart in a way that goes beyond classical stays in a location like no other,” says Stefan Welti, General Manager of Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart.
The gastronomic delights at Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart include Balaustine restaurant located on the 10th floor, which offers a ‘casual-fine dining’ experience inspired by the Barbary coast and the Levant. The restaurant’s menu features a range of dishes that combine fresh, invigorating flavors and bold textures, prepared in the restaurant’s dramatic open show kitchen. The adjacent bar offers lounge seating and an extensive selection of signature cocktails and wines from the local city-owned vineyards renowned for their high-quality whites and unexpectedly full-bodied reds. For those seeking breathtaking vistas, the expansive rooftop terrace provides a 270-degree view and is seamlessly connected to the bar through movable walls. In the ground-floor lobby, a café with lounge seating as well as large community tables with power outlets serves as a meeting point or remote working space, with barista coffee and light snacks served at the bar.
Radisson Blu Hotel at Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart offers exceptional meeting facilities with seven meeting rooms and two boardrooms. Each space is named after iconic Porsche models and provides 550 m2 of space on the ninth floor. These state-of-the-art spaces offer magnificent views and versatile event facilities for conferences, seminars, and corporate gatherings of up to 250 participants. Two foyers serve as function areas, while informal working spaces with built-in desks add to the seamless meeting experience. A well-equipped fitness center with cardio and weight training equipment, as well as a sauna, are available to guests.
The hotel embodies a commitment to sustainability through various features, in line with Radisson Hotel Group’s target to achieve Net Zero by 2050. It operates on 100% renewable electricity and utilizes district heating for water and space heating. Porsche Design Tower Stuttgart exemplifies environmental responsibility in its construction, employing FSC-certified wood which focuses on promoting sustainable forestry and improving social, ecological, and economic standards. Additionally, the tower utilized low-emission building materials, especially in interior spaces. The building is aiming to be awarded a Gold-level certificate from the German Sustainable Building Council soon. To promote sustainable mobility, chargers for electric vehicles and bicycles are available on site.
“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. Situated within an architectural landmark, this hotel flawlessly mirrors the essence of the Radisson Blu brand. Our guests are bound to ‘Feel The Difference’ experiencing positive and personalized service in stylish spaces,” comments Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President at Radisson Hotel Group.
Stuttgart, the capital of the southern German state of Baden-Württemberg, is known as the home of the automotive giants Porsche and Mercedes-Benz. The nearby innovative Porsche Museum and Mercedes-Benz Museum delve into the evolution of automotive design and technology, but there’s also a wealth of experiences beyond the engines. The world-class Staatsgalerie Stuttgart houses a diverse art collection, from Renaissance masterpieces to contemporary art. Stuttgart’s New Palace and Solitude Palace offer glimpses into the region’s royal past with their opulent architecture and well-preserved interiors. Amidst the city’s urban landscape, lush oases like the Schlossgarten and Rosenstein Park provide tranquil escapes while the Königstraße, Stuttgart’s premier shopping avenue, offers designer boutiques and local shops.