The property has undergone a thorough make over; all 555 bedrooms and suites, the bathrooms, the kitchens, the conference rooms and public areas have been renovated and upgraded.
Over the course of 12 months, each of the bedrooms and suites at the MARITIM Hotel Stuttgart have been enhanced to exceptional standards. Beige and anthracite were chosen as the primary colours for the wallpaper, carpets and curtains, creating a sophisticated look, and flat screen TVs were introduced. The bathrooms, which feature the latest in bathroom technology, have been decked out in luxurious dark brown granite, with the work skilfully carried out by German artisans.
The lobby has been transformed with stylish new mocha floor tiles and striking chandeliers, forming a thoroughly modern feel, while the remaining public areas and the conference rooms also boast a smart new look that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression with guests. Both the rotisserie and Reuchlin restaurants have been updated and upgraded, and the company also renovated the underground car park.
Director of international sales at MARITIM Hotels, Mark Spivey, commented: “The refurbishment programme at the MARITIM Hotel Stuttgart was extensive with the whole hotel elegantly enhanced and modernised. The results are outstanding.
“As Germany’s largest privately owned hotel operator it is important that we retain our leading position within the global hotel industry and as such, MARITIM Hotels has invested significantly in its property in Stuttgart so that it is set apart from its competitors in the city and meets the aspirational needs of its German and international guests.”
Well located centrally in Stuttgart, just a short distance from the city centre, beside the renowned culture and conference centre ‘The Liederhalle’, and overlooking the idyllic Hoppenlau Park, the MARITIM Hotel Stuttgart has always been a popular property for both business and leisure travellers.
MARITIM Hotels is Germany’s largest privately owned hotel operator, with 34 first class deluxe hotels in Germany and an additional 14 properties around the world in locations as diverse as Mauritius, Mallorca, Turkey, Egypt, Malta and China.