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#1
Hotels in Stuttgart:

Motel One: http://www.motel-one.com/de/hotels/stutt...=hotelinfo

Stuttgart 21: http://www.bestwestern.de/hotels/Stuttga...uttgart-21 (I know, a very unfitting name)

REGA: http://www.rega-hotel.de/

Astoria: http://www.stadthotels-erkurt.de/astoria_1.htm

Abalon: http://www.abalon.de/
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#2
Are those the hotels that eventually can offer con discounts you noted some time ago (on twitter or press note afairr).
Anyway thats another hotel that makes a fine impression, only about 200 meters from the venue. Pinkie approved

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#3
Hmm, the hotel prices kind of frighten me. Perhaps we can try some hostels in the area?
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#4
Here's what Google says:
http://ludwigsburg.jugendherberge-bw.de/
http://www.gaestehaus-siebenschlaefer.de...mular.html
https://plus.google.com/1021140811708196...l=lv&hl=en <== not sure what this is
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#5
Right, i totally forgot there's a DJH hostel in Ludwigsburg. Thats indeed a neat and low priced alternative.
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#6
ahh, so we have to find our own hotel-rooms. OK, fine by me.
Location: somewhere between Borington and Dullville. In germany. RD wink
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#7
There's also a youth hostel in Stuttgart, where Galacon 2012 took place. You can reach Ludwigsburg in about 30 minutes from there by public transportation.

About youth hostels in general: They often have rooms with up to 6 beds, which are much cheaper than an one-bed room, so if you intend to stay there, you might want to get in a room with fellow bronies instead of random people. I suggest to coordinate in here :)
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#8
;) youth. Even as a Bronie I have to realize that I´m almost in the middle of my 30s.
Location: somewhere between Borington and Dullville. In germany. RD wink
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#9
(07.01.2013, 20:51)victorymon Wrote: ;) youth. Even as a Bronie I have to realize that I´m almost in the middle of my 30s.

That's only a physical difference, not necessarily a mental one Happy (and a financial in youth hostels. Over 26 means a few bucks more per night.)
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#10
"Youth" usually means less than 40 or 60 years of age for hostels. They just don't want to deal old farts who have trouble sleeping on the top bunk or can't handle party people roommates.
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#11
I know that some of the CZ/SK bronies will be sleeping in Nestor hotel, right next to the Forum-con place.. its kind of Fancy-pants place tbh.. anybody else going to Nestor?
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#12
lets say it that way: when I know that I can be part of the staff I will look for a good hotel nearby.
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#13
OK, GREAT NEWS
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I got one room in Campus Zwei.

Lyra astonished I was surprised when I realized that the Gala is "only" from saturday to sunday. I know other cons, like the AnimagiC (or the Connichi, or the Nicon) and they start on friday.

But one night, hey, thats a good thing. So who else will be in that hotel?
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#14
Well i'm quite certain there will be bronies in Ludwigsburg on Friday evening, as will the case with the majority of Czech/Slovakian group, since its better to get there a couple of hours/night earlier to get settled and rested to enjoy the con to maximum level Happy
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#15
well, my problem is that I have to work on that friday so I start my trip saturday morning.
I just saw that the local station is not very far away and my train only needs less than 4 hours, so I get somesleep there.
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#16
Just a friendly reminder. If you want to stay in a German Youth Hostel owned by the DJH, you have to be a member of the German Youth Hostel Association or any other national Youth Hostel Association. http://www.jugendherberge.de/en/

A membership free alternativ is this hostel in the Heart of Stuttgart. http://www.inter-hostel.com/en/home.html
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#17
I just can't decide where to sleep >_<;
Too bad that I'm not sure if I'll have a car or not..(for the plushie-transfer to con) mhn ~_~;
I just saw there's a hotel 200 meters from the location.. but the price... ahh~
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#18
(23.01.2013, 12:48)MAtZE90 Wrote: Just a friendly reminder. If you want to stay in a German Youth Hostel owned by the DJH, you have to be a member of the German Youth Hostel Association or any other national Youth Hostel Association. http://www.jugendherberge.de/en/

That's not entirely true.

You can stay there if:

- you're a member of the DJH (german youth hostel association), which amounts to 12,50€ if you're younger than 27 or 21€ if not. Limited to people with a permanent residence in Germany or a German citizenship.

- you are in possession of a valid Hostelling International Card (or International Guest Card), which amounts to 15,50€.

- you get an empty "invalid" Hostelling International Card, which is for free, and buy a "welcome stamp" for 3,10€ every night. The card will be valid when you have 12 stamps on it. (Profitable if you spend less than 5 nights a year in youth hostels.)

All three options can be purchased on the evening of your arrival in the youth hostel and are immediately in effect. It's really not complicated, you go to the counter and tell them how long you want to stay and they tell you what you need. The Hostelling International Card is usually a good choice, but the DJH membership is globally valid too. (Memberships in other national youth hostels associations are valid here too, of course.)

Please keep in mind that this only enables you to stay there generally, you still have to pay for the room.

Information about overnight stay conditions for German youth hostels (ENG & GER)

Website youth hostel Stuttgart (ENG & GER)

Website youth hostel Ludwigsburg (GER only)


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#19
huh? my german friend told me if we go in a group (we're with 10-12 in total) it's free (no membershitp needed) or something.
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#20
(24.01.2013, 18:43)ElectricSpark Wrote: huh? my german friend told me if we go in a group (we're with 10-12 in total) it's free (no membershitp needed) or something.

If the leader person (or even just the one person who orders) has such a card, it's no prob ;)
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