Dresden and the Taschenbergpalais
Saxony's capital is a city always on the move and hardly anyone can resist the allure of its Baroque sprawl of art and culture. The architecture and appealing setting at the Elbe River make Dresden a captivating place to experience.
In Dresden, you can find numerous famous buildings from the glamorous époque of Baroque style lining up along the street like a string of pearls - the Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche), Zwinger Palace and the Semper Opera House. Among these, the Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski
is an astounding witness of Saxon history itself and remains an important contribution to this exceptional group of buildings.
Built in the 18th century by the Saxon king, August "the Strong", as a pledge of love to his mistress and faithfully restored in 1995, the Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski is a beautiful combination of historic glory, contemporary elegance and modern design.
The hotel offers 182 elegant rooms, 32 luxurious suites and culinary excellence from five different venues including: the gourmet restaurant Intermezzo, the Palais Bistro serving French cuisine,
the Restaurant Lesage in the Transparent Factory of Volkswagen, Café Vestibül with its own patisserie and the Karl May Bar with an award-winning cocktail list serving more than 100 different kinds of whiskies. There are six elegant conference rooms on the Bel Etage and a divisible meeting and
ball room for up to 500 people. The hotel has also its own spa lounge with a pool, wellness & beauty treatments and offers five-star catering services.