We will depart from the Hauptbahnhof in Stuttgart on Saturday at 9:00 arriving in time for lunch at a nearby Italian restaurant. We will stay at the historic 4-star Hotel Rathausglöckel in the historic city center, which is less than a minutes’ walk from the famous Baden-Baden thermal baths.
After lunch, there is the choice of visiting the Friedrichsbad, making an appointment at one of the spas in Baden-Baden, visiting the sauna, or shopping. In the evening we will all meet up at the wine cellar of the hotel for a glass of wine or two before enjoying dinner in the hotel restaurant. Afterwards there is the option of heading out for a drink or two, or visiting the casino.
On Sunday, we will have breakfast and then return to Stuttgart. Return times however will be staggered so that one group can leave earlier while another group could take some time to explore the city before returning to Stuttgart in the late afternoon.
Hotel prices, including breakfast, are as follows:
- €65,20 per person for a double (4 rooms available)
- €86,70 per person for a suite for 2 people (2 rooms available)
- €77,70 per person for a Junior-Suite for 2 people (1 room available)
- €83,20 for a single room (4 rooms available)
We will gladly match you with someone if you would like to share a room. A maximum of 18 members can attend and room choices are available on first come, first served basis.
Please note that the hotel must be notified at least two weeks in advance of any cancellations. Thus, if you cancel after this deadline, you will still be responsible for your hotel costs.
The train will cost around €15 to €20 per person for a round trip ticket, depending on the number of people travelling together.
If you would like to come, please inform Laura Lenz no later than March 9thusing the RSVP form below. Do not forget to state your room preference when you RSVP. A €20 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your place. Once your RSVP has been received, the bank account details for where to send the deposit will be sent to you. This money will be used to purchase the train tickets and the remainder will be returned that weekend at the hotel.
Hotel’s Wine Cellar
Caracalla Spa next to Friedrichsbad
Note: Members are responsible for booking their own spa treatments. If you are planning a spa treatment, it’s best to book early as these appointments fill up very quickly. This is not the only spa in the city.
A tour of this historic casino can be done during the day, however if you plan to visit at night there is a dress code to be aware of….tennis shoes for one are not allowed.