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“Step into history with a stay at Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden, which was built by August the Great in the 18th century as an expression of love for his mistress. After a luxurious restoration in 1995, today this elegant hotel blends palatial opulence with modern luxuries, and a thoroughly regal feel. The atmosphere particularly comes to life in the evenings in the Karl May Bar which serves award-winning cocktails.”
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Located in the heart of Dresden’s historic city centre, Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski was built by August the Great in the 18th century as an expression of love for his mistress. Fully restored in 1995, this elegant hotel blends palatial opulence with modern luxuries.
The spacious guestrooms and suites ooze contemporary luxury with exquisite materials, warm accents, and large windows overlooking the city or baroque inner courtyard. The suites offer additional space, with the Crown Prince Suite giving guests a regal experience.
Taste Mediterranean fine dining at Restaurant Intermezzo, authentic French cuisine in Palais Bistro, and enjoy cakes and pastries in the café. In the evenings, the sophisticated Karl May Bar serves award-winning cocktails and a fine selection of whiskies.
Explore Dresden’s historic centre, take a trip into Saxon Switzerland, and enjoy panoramic views from Dresden’s iconic cable cars. At the end of the day, indulge in a ritual in the spa.