Let us help you plan your next event, meeting or private party.
The Stüttgens Hotel provides different venues in a variety of styles and sizes, with space for up to 70 people. We offer flexible seating arrangements. We have round tables available for your private parties.
For business meetings, we can plan individually to suit your needs. We are happy to arrange lighting, sound and IT equipment for your event.
Individual and regional dishes
Of course, we will make sure that you don’t go hungry! The Stüttgens Hotel offers a substantial menu, prepared by our own kitchen. We are happy to meet your culinary requirements and can suggest some of our own specialities too.
We also cooperate with a premium gastronomic partner, who will create a “star-studded” menu especially for you.
We organize upscale gastronomy for you and rustic parties when the weather permits, also designing our courtyard. All of this at moderate prices. We are happy to take care of the preparations for you, so that you have it as easy as possible.
Your perfect event starts here!
We are happy to help you, just ask us. Inquire
Arrive in comfort
We offer free parking, so you and your guests can reach us with as little fuss as possible. Just let us know how many parking bays you need. The hotel is located right in the city’s pedestrian zone. We recommend you enter “Nedderstrasse 4“ in your navigation device.
Please use the guest entrance signposted “Gästeanfahrt“. Should our own parking spaces all be occupied, there is also a public car park.
Historic round table
The first Chancellor of the Republic, Prince Otto von Bismarck, once dined in what was then the Hotel Stüttgen. He sat at the round table in the restaurant and joined the well-known representatives of the local hardware industry. Other striking personalities included the popular aviator, Elly Beinhorn, who was the first woman to cross the North Atlantic, as well as the globetrotter Graf von Luckner.
Even after our renovation, the round table finds its place again. After a busy day with us, come to the bistro and enjoy a drink in a place where Chancellor Bismarck once sat.