Hospitality is service to people
The origins of the Hotel Wartburg take us back to the end of the 19th century.
The youth association (predecessor of the Evangelische Wohnheime e.V.) was one of the first in Stuttgart to deal with the problems that foreign apprentices encountered in terms of accommodation, food and social challenges in a large city. They not only needed a place to sleep and eat – the so-called apprentice home was to be a “home creation” for those who were strangers in Stuttgart. For this reason, the Torhospiz was built in 1876.
Once founded as the “Torhospiz” in Stuttgart’s Torstraße, it moved to Lange Straße in the 1960s – the “Wartburg-Hospiz” was built and inaugurated on October 23, 1964 as a 100-bed hotel with a restaurant, hall and conference room in a central yet quiet location.
Today’s Hotel Wartburg is a friendly 3* hotel in which the special values that led to its foundation at that time are still valid:
Every human being is a unique creature loved by God and deserves respect, attention and dignity. This should be experienced in daily actions in dealing with each other.
In the meantime, the association
has over several houses with different offers and learn more about the history of the association: