Baroque Metropolis on the Elbe: Dresden

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Overview Event Hotels und Provent Hotels in Dresden

Dresden is a beautiful European city with a very special charm. The city combines a wide range of arts, culture and sports with a fascinating history. The historic city center invites you to discover it’s past.
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ibis Budget Dresden

Hotel in Dresden Kesselsdorf

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79 room
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free parking spaces
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free WiFi

Bilderberg Bellevue Dresden

Stylish conferences on on the banks of Dresden’s Elbe River

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22 conference rooms
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Event locations (e.g. Wine Bar or Elbsegler Beer Garden)
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340 rooms including 21 suites
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160 parking spaces & free WiFi
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Pullman Dresden Newa

VDR-certified conferences in Dresden

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7 Conference Rooms
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Restaurant & Bar
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Cocktail & Coffee Lounge
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7 Conference Rooms

ibis Dresden

Popular city hotel in Dresden’s Pedestrian Zone

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612 Guest Rooms
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Air-conditioning
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Breakfast Restaurant
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Rooftop patio
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Park Inn Dresden

Modern 3-Star-Superior hotel in Dresden’s “Neustadt”

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Breakfast restaurant
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Superior rooms with Premium high-speed WiFi, free minibar & snack articles, TASSIMO hot drinks machine
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24-h lobby bar

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Highlights in Dresden

Dresden has a lot to offer. Here you will find the highlights of the baroque metropolis on the Elbe River.

Old Town

Set in a wonderful Elbe river bend, is Dresden’s historical city center. Grand buildings of the Renaissance and Baroque eras take visitors on a journey through time into the 18th century, when Dresden was transformed into the royal residence of August the Strong. It’s no wonder that the Saxon capital also carries the name Elbflorenz (Florence of the Elbe).

Frauenkirche

Birth, life, death: The old stone walls of this impressive church mirror many aspects of life and the history of Dresden. Severely damaged by bombing in the second world war, the ruins of the Frauenkirche stood as a memorial to war and destruction. In 2005 the rebuilding was completed and the church once again shines as a central point of the Old Town’s baroque skyline and fills it’s visitors with wonder once again.

Semperoper

The Semperopernhaus (Semper Opera House) is a venue for famous operas, ballets and theater shows. The annual Semper Opera Ball is often even attended by international celebrities. If you would like to feel like a princess or prince, visiting this jewel of the early italian Renaissance with it’s red carpets, golden adornments and gigantic crystal chandeliers is an absolute must.