Cheap Hotels in Dresden
Set in a historical building with a pretty courtyard, this hotel is just 500 metres from Neustadt Train Station and a 10-minute walk from Dresden’s Old Town. Hofgarten 1824 offers bright rooms with free WiFi, wooden flooring and a private bathroom with shower. A varied breakfast buffet is provided every morning at Hofgarten 1824 Dresden. Guests can enjoy fine beers and wines outside on the green inner courtyard. Located next to a scenic park, Hofgarten 1824 is just a 5-minute walk from shops and museums. There is a tram stop just 50 metres away, providing connections to all parts of Dresden.
Just a 10-minute tram ride from the Semperoper Opera House, this hotel is peacefully located in Dresden. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi internet access. The Mezzaluna hotel is set back from the road in the second row of houses. It has spacious rooms which are separated from the hallway by at least 2 doors. The breakfast buffet is served in the Mezzaluna's breakfast room on the ground floor. Dresden's New Town, with its many restaurants, bars and shops, is just a 10-minute walk away from the Mezzaluna. The Tannenstraße tram stop is just a 5-minute walk away. From here, the tram lines 8 and 9 go directly into the Old Town in 10 minutes.
This hotel is located in a restored Art Nouveau building right near Dresden's Heathland in the beautiful quarter of Klotzsche. Here you will find tastefully decorated interiors and guestrooms equipped with modern comforts. The tram, bus and S-Bahn railway are all situated nearby and will take you to the historical city centre in about 10 minutes where you can visit sights such as the Zwinger Palace and the Church of Our Lady. There is a wealth of shops and eateries in the area around the hotel.
This 3-star hotel is located in the Seidnitz district of Dresden. It offers comfortable rooms, a traditional restaurant serving regional cuisine, and free Wi-Fi throughout the building. All of the non-smoking rooms at the Hotel An der Rennbahn have a private bathroom. The Hotel An der Rennbahn's large breakfast buffet includes sparkling wine. In summer months, breakfast can be enjoyed in the hotel garden. The Rennbahn's restaurant offers Saxon and Mediterranean specialities. The Hotel An der Rennbahn offers a sightseeing bus service. More information will be provided at the hotel. The Dresden-Reick S-Bahn (city rail) station is just 600 metres away, providing a link to the main railway station in 5 minutes. The city centre can be reached in 15 minutes by tram.
This charming hotel is peacefully located in the east of Dresden. Enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet, at no extra charge, before taking the direct tram connection into the city centre. The Gutshof Hauber offers comfortable rooms with modern amenities. Dine in the Hauber's restaurant where you will enjoy regional, national and seasonal specialities. Compliment these with local beers and selected wines. The Gutshof Hauber boasts a lovely, quiet inner courtyard. Dine here in the summer or just sit back with a drink and enjoy the sun during the day. There are free parking spaces in the hotel's courtyard. Leave your car here and reach Dresden in only 20 minutes using the convenient, direct tram connection from right outside the hotel. Alternatively, take out one of the hotel bikes and ride along the Elberadweg cycle path.
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Hotels in Dresden
Nestled on the banks of the Elbe River, the German city of Dresden is an enchanting destination. Capital of the Free State of Saxony, it is highly regarded for its many green spaces and rich cultural history. A place of spires and domes, your stay in a Dresden hotel will be filled with world-class museums, stunning eateries and enchanting riverside beer gardens.
Art, history and culture
Once described as "Florence on the Elbe" by its admirers, Dresden was left in ruins following the bombing raids of the Second World War. In the decades since, much work has been done to rebuild the city and restore it to its former glory. Work to restore the Frauenkirche, a Lutheran church in the heart of the city, was completed in 2005 marking a major step in the rebuilding process.
The city has an incredible artistic and musical heritage. Dresden is home to 60 galleries, 36 theatres and stages, and a total of 48 museums, ensuring visitors won't be short of cultural sights.
The Old Masters Picture Gallery contains major works from the Italian Renaissance, including Raphael's Sistine Madonna. The Albertinum is also home to numerous priceless paintings and sculptures. Catch a show at Semper Opera House or view a production at Dresden's Staatsschauspiel theatre.
The Zwinger is regarded as one of the best examples of Baroque architecture in Germany. Pay a visit to stroll through the building's courtyard gardens. You should also find time to visit Dresden Castle, if only to view the Fürstenzug (the Procession of Princes), a 120m-long tiled porcelain mural, which stands as the largest of its type in the world.
Dresden's Military History Museum covers a huge area and details historic military events from the late Middle Ages through to the present day. Grosser Garten is a great option if you're looking to escape the busy city and want to stroll quietly through a peaceful park, complete with botanical gardens.
You'll find a hugely varied retail scene in the city. The main shopping area begins at Kugelhaus near Dresden Central Station and runs for quite a distance to Wilsdruffer Straße. Independent shops and major retailers can all be found here, with many boutiques centred around the Frauenkirche.
Eating and drinking
Wonderful eating establishments can be found throughout this vibrant city, with something to suit all tastes. Opt for a fine dining experience by visiting Genuss-Atelier or Kastenmeiers, which specialises in fish and seafood dishes.
La Casina Rosa offers an incredibly intimate atmosphere and has a particular focus on southern Italian cuisine. For German specialities with a modern twist, perhaps pay a visit to Lila Sosse, close to Alaunplatz park.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Dresden
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Dresden?Novum Hotel Dresden Airport, Hyperion Hotel Dresden Am Schloss and Hotel & Restaurant Klosterhof are some of the popular hotels in Dresden.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Dresden?The cheapest price for a double room in Dresden is £40, offered by NH Dresden.
What are the best hotels in Dresden near the center?The best hotels near the center of Dresden are ibis budget Dresden City, Hyperion Hotel Dresden Am Schloss and FELIX Suiten im Lebendigen Haus am Zwinger.
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