THE ‘V8 Hotel’ gives its guests the opportunity to pick their favourite car and stay in a room designed around it.
The V8 Hotel classic opened in 2014 but a newer hotel then opened in 2018
The standard doubles are designated V6s, the themed rooms V8s and the plusher suites V10s and V12s.
Among the V8-themed rooms is a British room with a Jaguar bed, an off-road room with a Jeep bed and German suite with a huge Mercedes to sleep on and its own roof terrace.
You’ll also find a room done up like an old barn, one like a workshop with a Morris Minor complete with mechanic’s legs sticking out from beneath it and one designed to look like a car wash.
We particularly like the drive-in cinema theme with huge Cadillac bed and movie posters.
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All of the beds started out as an actual car, before the cars had their front-ends removed, painted, polished up and used as beautiful frames.
It’s all part of what’s known as Motorwold in Stuttgart, where there’s also a car museum and the chance to drive some lovely motors on track too.
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There are also restaurants, conference rooms and if you really are car mad, you can even get married at the venue too.
Prices for the most basic doubles start at around £150 but climb to £600 for the largest, plushest Mercedes suite.
Most of the V8-themed rooms cost £180-£200.
The effort that has gone into the rooms is excellent, such as this ‘nostalgia’ roomV8 HOTEL – MOTORWORLD Region Stu
The garage theme complete with mechanic’s legs sticking outV8 HOTEL – MOTORWORLD Region Stu
This room lets you feel like you’re waking up in a car washV8 HOTEL – MOTORWORLD Region Stu
The Mercedes V12 suite is the most luxurious of the lot with its own roof terraceV8 HOTEL – MOTORWORLD Region Stu
Even racing car sponsor rooms feature such as this Liqui Moly BMW roomFrank Hoppe
And another is Martini, a famous race car sponsor throughout the decadesFrank Hoppe