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Built by the Saxon king August the Strong in 1705 as a pledge of devotion for his beloved Anna Constantia, Countess of Cosel, and faithfully restored in 1995, Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden blends the baroque style with contemporary elegance and five-star comfort. It is harmoniously integrated into the heart of Dresden’s historic old city centre (Altstadt) and is only a few steps away from the city’s most famous sights such as the Semper Opera House, the Royal Palace (Residenzschloss), Dresdner Zwinger and the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche).
All 182 spacious guest-rooms and 31 suites are furnished with the finest materials and feature royal blue fabrics and fittings made of red elm wood. In addition to its rooms, Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden offers exceptional meeting and conference facilities with ten different function rooms, most of which have a view of Theatre Square. A 512 sq m ballroom provides the perfect setting for business or leisure events with space enough to accommodate up to 500 guests. The hotel offers also five-star catering services in and around Dresden.
After a day of meetings, relaxation is provided by the completely modernised wellness refuge on the fifth floor, which has about 380 sq m of space, a heated indoor pool, saunas, a relaxation area, a steam bath, an infrared cabin and three treatment rooms. The fitness suite is located on the first floor of the hotel. Professional massages and various beauty and wellness treatments are also available.
Culinary offerings can be found at one French restaurant, an attractive café and an award-winning hotel bar. As a Grand Hotel, the Taschenbergpalais lives by the principles of European excellence – an attitude that is reflected in the culinary approach. The name is an obligation and stands for the highest quality and enthusiastic hospitality – all key values in executive chef Joerg Mergner’s occupational philosophy. A rich heritage, playful straightforwardness and natural elegance are the signature ingredients of Mergner’s creations.
Palais Bistro allures with French charm and an authentic yet lively menu. Relaxed afternoons are best spent with some coffee or tea specialities and sweet treats in the light and elegant ambience of Café Vestibül or in the picturesque inner courtyard during summer months. The velvety glow of a night in Dresden is caught in the liquid promises of Bar Manager Niko Pavlidis’ exceptional creations in the Karl May Bar.
Another interesting detail: During winter, the hotel’s inner courtyard is transformed into a sparkling ice-rink promising the most joyful winter afternoons.
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