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The 10 Best Hotels in Dresden, Germany
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The 10 Best Hotels in Dresden, Germany

Picture of Eliza Marin
Updated: 9 February 2017
One of Germany’s top destinations when it comes to historical fairy tale settings and idyllic natural landscapes, it’s sometimes hard to believe that Dresden was virtually entirely rebuilt after the Second World War. The town also boasts some seriously historic and cultural hotels that offer the perfect place to stay on your visit.

Castle Eckberg

Castle Eckberg is a stunning hotel in an idyllic setting with flawless services. The neo-gothic castle is surrounded by a spectacular 15 hectares of garden landscape, where the Elba can be seen flowing through the valleys and trees. The 77 rooms in the castle are fully equipped with all mod cons and offer exclusive services like a generous breakfast buffet, salon access and conference rooms upon request.

Schloss Eckberg, Bautzner Str. 134, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 80990


The Westin Bellevue

Boasting picturesque views from its baroque-style windows, the Westin Bellevue is located in the inner Neustadt of Dresden, across from the Catholic Church and with a spectacular panorama over the entire Elbe Valley and the historical city itself. The hotel is famous for the Caneletto View painting of the 18th century, completed by artist Bernardo Belotto.

The Westin Bellevue, Große Meißner Str. 15, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 8050


Taschenbergpalais Kempinski

The Grand Taschenbergpalais Kempinski comes with a controversial royal background: back in the 18th century, King Augustus the Strong commissioned this spectacular building as a gift to his mistress Constantia von Cosel. The royal mansion got destroyed in the Second World War however, while a meticulous reconstruction has allowed the 182-room hotel to flourish again today. Internationally acclaimed as one of Germany’s top hotels, the Taschenbergpalais has hosted figures like Barack Obama, Wladimir Putin, Karl Lagerfeld and many more.

Taschenbergpalais, Taschenberg, Dresden, Germany, +49 351 49120


Gewandhaus

A luxurious boutique hotel, Gewandhaus resides in a grandiose baroque building in the very center of the city. The building is a protected 18th century rococo and early classicism structure, and was among the few buildings still standing after the Second World War. Recently renovated, the façade and the interior garden show the spectacular finesse of the early century, while the interior is a mélange of modern, simplistic furniture that comes complete with first-class services.

Gewandhaus, Ringstraße 1, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 494955

Heidenschanze
Elbe Valley | © Eliza Marin


Heidenschanze

A rustic hotel close to the wonderful romantic landscape of Sächsische Schweiz and surrounded by a green landscape that offers a delightful atmosphere, Heidenschanze has just 11 rooms available. They each come with simple but classy furniture, and a marvellous restaurant with Saxony’s top cuisine. The wild landscape and quiet surroundings offer a different experience to Dresden’s inner-city options.

Heidenschanze, Heidenschanze 6, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 4011172

Innside by Melia

Minutes away from the famous Frauenkirche and Semper Opera in the center of town, Innside by Melia is a modern hotel with innovative design and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. With a spectacular panorama over the church dome and the entire historical skyline of Dresden, the hotel is suitable for tourists, conference-goers and business travellers alike, equipped with four major event rooms with a capacity of over 230 people.

Innside by Melia, Salzgasse 4, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 795150

Art’otel

Art’otel is a hotel located a few minutes’ walk from the historical center of the city, near the Zwinger, and offers spacious rooms and a stylish ambience for corporate and leisure travelers both. With a passion for A. R. Penk’s art work, a famous Dresden based neo-expressionist painter, the hotel comes with a regional artistic touch to boot!

Art’otel, Ostra Ave 33, Dresden, Germany, +490351 49220


Bülow Palais

Set between the famous sights of Dresden, Bülow Palais resides exactly on Königstraße, in the direct vicinity of the Dreikönigskirche. The luxurious hotel is housed in a baroque building done out in vintage Saxony’s style and offers a romantic view towards the cobblestone streets of downtown Dresden. Inside the building, a silver and gold adorned lobby is the place for indulging in coffees and chatter, loaded with stylish furniture and vintage charm.

Bülow Palais, Königstraße 14, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 80030

Dormero

With a spectacular, fairy-tale ball room decorated in the neo-Renaissance style, Dormero hotel is nothing but royal in its appearance. There’s a Baroque-rococo ceiling with hand-painted motifs, crystal chandeliers and sumptuous furnishings too, while the studio rooms are modern are stylish, carved with marble and laid with wooden floors. Expect luxury and style by the bucket load!

Dormero, Kreischaer Str. 2, 01219 Dresden, Germany, +49 030 20213300

Beyerische Hof

Beyerische Hof has the perfect location for travelers who want to move on quickly, being situated both near the train station and the autobahn. Located in a serene part of the city center, Beyerische Hof hotel is a compound of comfortable hypo-allergenic bedding, free Wi-FI and daily newspapers that’s both practical and pleasant.

Beyerische Hof, Antonstraße 33, Dresden, Germany, +49 0351 829370