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Town of Böblingen

Relaxation - nature is the perfect place for this!
The town of Böblingen is in the Heckengäu, a delightful natural and recreational area only approx. 15 minutes drive from the hotel. In the town itself, the mineral hot springs, cabaret and the artist’s quarter invite you to partake in individual leisure activities.

Here you can enjoy thermal water from its own spring, from a depth of 775 m.

Apart from the classic sauna with four saunas and two steam baths, the mineral hot springs also offer a large sauna garden with six further themed saunas and sauna pool. You can also find beneficial relaxation in the wellness and massage area Mimaris.

Of course, there is also tasty light cuisine and refreshing drinks in the bath or sauna bistro and in the restaurant Thermini, with non-stop hot food for every taste.

Opening times:
Monday - Thursday 09.00 - 22.00
Friday and Saturday 09.00 - 23.00
Sunday 08.00 - 22.00

At the new indoor leisure park SENSAPOLIS Germany, you can experience 1,000 adventures. The unique experience park has over 10,000 m² of spectacular attractions, exciting experiments and fun for the whole family.

Play, be amazed, learn, experience - fully air conditioned and regardless of weather conditions, 365 days a year!
Discover the unique combination of: exciting leisure park, interactive knowledge centre and high-quality catering.

Motorworld Stuttgart is located in the old airport terminal on the airfield Böblingen / Sindelfingen. At Motorworld, classic cars and collector’s vehicles can be bought and sold, restored and repaired by professional vendors. Thanks to the glazed garages, Motorworld becomes a lively museum. Here you can find car workshops & service providers, shops & parking boxes, classic trade & showrooms, restaurant & beer garden all in one.
The municipal museums present the history of the town of Böblingen, and give original artists a platform to present themselves. Unusual exhibitions with surprising topics will amaze you. Visit the German butcher’s museum and the museum of the peasant war, or have a look in the municipal gallery. There is always something to see.