The Radisson Blu Gewandhaus Hotel is located in the heart of the historical centre, next to the Old Market Square, and just 500 metres from the Elbe river. Baroque Dresden, capital of the Free State of Saxony, is one of Germany`s most beautiful cities, and the hotel lies conveniently close to many of its major attractions. Nearby are the city hall and Church of the Holy Cross. Other famous sights such as the Semper Opera House, Zwinger, Bruehl's Terrace and Church of Our Lady now being reconstructed after originally being left as a war memorial are just a short walk away. The history of the Gewandhaus can be traced back to 1295, when the cloth hall was mentioned in documents for the first time. First built as a warehouse in 1768-1770, the Gewandhaus was reduced to a burnt-out shell by heavy bombing in 1945, before being rebuilt as a hotel in the sixties. Now Radisson Blu has completed a lavish refurbishment program. The hotel has an own parking area with additional public parking nearby. This unique hotel, whose facade has been restored to the original baroque style of Dresden`s famous architect Johann Friedrich Knöbel, has 94 double rooms and three suites, all furnished in the Biedermeier style. Air-conditioning, safe, minibar, tea and coffee making facilities, radio and cable TV with movie channel, three telephones, fax and PC sockets, and trouser-press are among the first-class facilities. The spacious marble bathrooms with whirlpool or shower are fitted with a vanity mirror and hairdryer. Further non-smoking rooms, special rooms for handicapped guests as well as rooms for allergy sufferers can be booked. Room service is available 24 hours a day. The Radisson Blu Gewandhaus Hotel adheres to the Radisson Blu Hotels 24-point Environment Protection Program, recycling raw materials such as paper and glass and in turn using recycled materials for the packaging of its toiletries and other commodities. The hotel`s elegant restaurant Weber´s im Gewandhaus serves an exquisite choice of international cuisine and traditional local dishes, with more informal dining available in the Lobby Lounge. Some rooms offer breakfast on balconies overlooking the imposing atrium. After a successful shopping tour, walk or historic sight seeing tour through Dresden, we invite you on our teracce with 36 seats to relax and chill. While listening to the splashing Dinglinger fountain you enjoy a refreshing cocktail, a delicious sundae or a glass of wine on the teracce, which is directly connected to the “Weisse Gasse”. Savour the culinary speciality from our cuisine. Dresden`s nightlife is within easy reach. The extensive conference and banqueting facilities can cater for as many as 150 people, or as few as five. There is a choice of five different meeting rooms, all air-conditioned, and three of these can be combined to create one large venue. The conference rooms are situated on the ground floor. Our Banquet Department will be pleased to plan your function from start to finish. The hotel`s Business Centre offers full secretarial support, including a translation service for delegates and travelling business executives. State of the art technology is at hand to ensure that every event runs smoothly and professionally. At the end of a busy day, guests can unwind in the hotel`s heated swimming pool, relax in the sauna and solarium or enjoy a work-out in the well-equipped fitness centre. Taking a walk in a historic city such as Dresden, is always a delight. Guided tours of the city are available in eight languages, and Dresden can be seen from a different perspective during a paddle-steamer tour on the Elbe. Further afield, the magnificent city of Prague is within easy reach for a day trip. Dresden`s reputation as a. Pearl of European Architecture dates back to August the Strong in the 18th century. Under the Elector`s influence dresden was transformed into one of the most exquisite royal residences in Europe. The Zwinger, the Taschenberg Palais, the church of Our Lady as well as the Semper Opera House are just a few impressive testemonies of Dresden`s Baroque and Classicist period. Dresden has undergone extensive restoration after having been severely damaged during World War II and celebrated its 800th anniversary in 2006. The distinctive Elbe silhouette will arise to past magnificience and glory. With the German re-unification in 1989 Dresden was able to establish itself as one of the leading centres of culture and the arts in Europe. Famous locations such as Meissen, Moritzburg and the Saxon Switzerland are within easy reach and worth to visit.Carlson
24 hour front desk
Babysitting/child services (surcharge)
Currency exchange on-site
Express check out
Non-smoking rooms available
Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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