Queen Suite

Queen Suite

161 m² / 1733 ft²

Up to 4 Guests

King Bed

Spectacular view

Suite Description

Imbued with the spirit of Countess Cosel, mistress to the Saxon king, this lavish sanctuary offers a compelling blend of royal luxury and contemporary sophistication. From the details adorning the walls to the exquisite furnishings that exude an air of pure elegance, every element has been thoughtfully curated to create a royal experience.

Amenities

The Queen Suite with its specially developed art concept pays homage to Countess Cosel in its harmonious design and also has a dining room and a luxurious bathtub.

Living room

Living room

Dining room

Dining room

Oversized bathtub

Oversized bathtub

Steam shower

Steam shower

Walk-in closet

Walk-in closet

Fully-equipped kitchen

Fully-equipped kitchen

Complimentary minibar

Complimentary minibar

Extra bed allowed

Extra bed allowed

Baby bed allowed

Baby bed allowed

Video streaming services

Video streaming services

Royal luxury and modern elegance: the Queen Suite

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In 1705, the famous Elector Augustus the Strong had the baroque Taschenbergpalais built opposite his residence and seat of government – a gift for his mistress, Countess Constantia von Cosel. References to this connection can still be found in the hotel today, be it in the colour scheme of the interior with historic blue and sage green, the custom-made furniture and the Queen Suite, in which even the art on the walls is reminiscent of the former royal mistress.

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