Schwäbisch Gmünd - Walking conference infrastructure in historical ambience

Lage Congress-Centrum Stadtgarten Schwäbisch Gmünd

Münster in Schwäbisch Gmünd Photo: Achim Mende

Forum in Schwäbisch Gmünd Photo: Achim Mende

Leutze-Saal Photo: CCS

Ausblick von der Dachterrrasse Hotel am Remspark Photo: Stuttgart CB

What do 350 metres have in common with Staufern? The answer is Stuttgart, more precisely Schwäbisch Gmünd.

Unique conditions for successful events are offered in Schwäbisch Gmünd not far from Stuttgart. Within a radius of just 350 m, the new, outstanding infrastructure is centered around the Congress-Centrum Stadtgarten (CCS). From the IC train station or the Bundesstraße 29, participants can easily get to the event center via a short, uncomplicated route.

Nestled in the middle of a historic park with an experienceable river landscape and just a few minutes' walk from the historic center of the oldest Staufer town, the CCS with a total of nine event rooms offers space for events of up to 2,000 guests. The modern flagship, the Leutze-Saal extension, can be flexibly partitioned and offers the appropriate space with a view of the Stadtgarten, where the legs can be ideally stretched during congress breaks.

The conference infrastructure is rounded off by the Fortuna Hotels, located within a 350 m radius, and the Hotel am Remspark, newly opened in 2017. The Business & Lifestyle Hotel am Remspark, with its unmistakable silver façade, characterises the cityscape and reflects the centuries-old tradition of the silversmith trade in Schwäbisch Gmünd. Its roof terrace with a panoramic view is a special highlight.

At the end of the event, an exploration tour through the historical centre of the oldest Staufer town is a good idea. Evidence of this proud history from eight centuries, a charming ensemble of Staufer, medieval and baroque architecture, shape the cityscape to this day and have an experiential character. Marktplatz and Münsterplatz are among southern Germany's most beautiful squares.