Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski has 182 rooms with an average floorspace of 50 square meters. On top of these there are 32 even more luxurious suites.
The hotel has 3 restaurants, a bar and a café.
Furtermore there is a Spa, indoor pool and gym, shops and hair salon.
In the winter there's an ice rink at the courtyard.
Directions: Adjacent to the Residentzschloss.
Super luxury hotel, the best one in Europe that I have ever stayed.
Unique Quality: It is a member of "The leading hotels of the world".
Completed in 1709 as the "guest house of the kings" by the Elector of Saxony, the hotel was rebuilt in 1995 to become one of the Dresden's most incredible addresses. Located in the heart of historic Dresden, next to the famous Semper Opera and the Zwinger, this baroque palace upholds its noble ancestry with the finest in luxury and hospitality.
Directions: City center, Semper Opera
August the Strong built this house four Countess Cosel in 1790. Today's building is only a reproduction because the original was destroyed in World War Two. However, if you have enough pennies to stay here, you will be awarded with the best view on Zwinger and castle.
Unique Quality: Situated in the heart of Dresden.
Standard single room: 250.00 €
Crown Suit: 2620.00 €
Kempinski Hotel Taschenbergpalais
200 Euro and more
Unique Quality: This used to be the house that August the strong, emporer of saxony and king of Poland, built for his misstress Cosel (roundabout at 1710).
the best hotel in dresden and one of the best in germany - and if you can't afford the price you still have to go there and see it (you may rest and have a beer/wine/coffee in one of the restaurants)
Directions: in the very heart of the old town, just opposite zwinger and castle and opera
Needless to say I don't stay in such places but if you have $400 for a single or $500 for a double by all means feel free. The location is amazing as long as you don't want to go out in the New Town in which case the hostel would be better. ;)
Unique Quality: This is a true marvel of reconstruction as an 18th century mansion stood here until 1945 and is now the most luxurious of Dresden's fine hotels.
Am Taschenberg 3, Dresden
Salzgasse 4, Dresden
Grosse Meissner Strasse 15, Dresden
Raehnitzgasse 19, Dresden
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Address: Am Taschenberg 3, Dresden, Saxony, 01067, Germany