For travelers on a tight budget there are 33 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as Landhaus Lockwitzgrund and Ferien In Dresden with rates at 46US$. A&O Dresden Hauptbahnhof is an affordable choice that is only a 10-minute walk from Kustodie and a 10-minute walk from Marche Movenpick Dresden restaurant. Alte Gartnerei Dresden is a budget-friendly apartment that is a 15-minute walk from Postplatz subway station.
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Where to stay in Dresden?
Best cheap hotels in Dresden
Dresden airports & Subway stations
Such hotels as Akademiehotel Dresden and A'Ppart Hotel Garden Cottage in Dresden are near Klotzsche airport if you're looking for a convenient option while traveling on business. If you want to take the train to explore Dresden, choose Ibis Dresden Lilienstein next to Central Dresden railroad station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're planning your first trip, there are plenty of downtown hotels such as B&B Hotel Dresden or Star Inn Hotel Premium Dresden Im Haus Altmarkt, By Quality in Dresden to put you in the heart of the action. An option near the city center is Hofgartnerhaus next to Dresdner Maiaufstand. If you're hoping to stay in Pieschen district, think over booking Landidyll Baumwiese or Schiffsherberge Poppelmann in Dresden.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Dresden
There are 43 luxury hotels, such as Hotel Villa Loschwitz offering a sauna, a golf course and table tennis for a high-end break. With its fabulous views of the landscape, Hotel Villa Herzog is situated in Bühlau/Weißer Hirsch district, offering free self-parking, a tennis court and bowling. Super 8 By Wyndham Dresden is a 3-star chain hotel with city views, alongside it offers a tennis court, horse riding and cycling.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with a family to Dresden, you may wish to find apartments near Kaiser Wilhelm Fahnenmast, then book Appartement Dresden or Ferienwohnung Zentrum - Albert. City-Ferienwohnungen-Dresden, situated near Fontane Palaisplatz, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering a golf course, hiking and a sunbathing terrace. If you're in town on business, book a room at Best Western Hotel Quintessenz-Forum, a 3-star hotel with a sauna, a cocktail lounge and cycling. Hotel Artushof is a great resort for travelers to Dresden who would like to spend their vacation relaxing with a golf course, hiking and cycling.
City Guide: Discover the best of Dresden
Saxony’s capital Dresden is also called the "Pearl of Baroque".
Dresden is an art and culture city with its excellent examples of Renaissance, Baroque and
19th century architecture. Thanks to its astonishing Elbe panorama, Dresden earned another name, “Florence at the Elbe”.
The city was first mentioned in a document dated 1206. Nowadays, it’s a blend of unique German Baroque and modern European urbanism. During World War II Dresden was practically wiped out within two nights of air bombing. Impressive buildings and beautiful sights in the city have been rebuilt from scratch and yet the signs of destruction can still be seen on the streets of the old city.
Dresden is resurrecting and you should hurry up and visit the city before it gets a fake glitter. Booked.net will be pleased to assist you in finding a cheap hotel in Dresden or the most luxurious one.
About ten million tourists come to Dresden every year. The city is home to many impressive landmarks, most of them damaged in the war. You should visit the Semper Opera house, rebuilt for its excellent acoustics, Zwinger Palace with its amazing Baroque style, the Church of Our Lady, the ruins of which were left unreconstructed for many years as a war memorial.
- Frauenkirche (the Church of Our Lady). During the bombing in 1945 the church was ruined. The pile of rubble was left untouched until 1994. People from around the world donated money to finance the resurrection of the grand church.
- Zwinger Palace is one of the finest edifices made in late Baroque style. Today it is home to first-class museums, including the Old Masters Gallery (“Alte Meister”), which displays the famous Madonna Sistina of Rafael.
- Semper Opera is one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world. Spend an unforgettable evening and enjoy the amazing acoustics of this building which was rebuilt after complete destruction.
- Dresden Neustadt on the north bank reappeared after the war from barely a scratch. Find old spirit in Baroque reconstructions on the streets of Neustadt. Formerly a beggars’ quarter it is pretty flourishing now.
When you get tired of the city beauties find your inner peace on the marvelous banks of the Elbe River. Watch movies in one of the largest outdoor theatres in Germany or just enjoy the astonishing views of the old parts. Lots of people come here to play sports or have a barbeque.
Dresden is a beautiful unique city with many valuable historical and cultural sites. Like a phoenix bird it was destroyed to ashes then came back to life. Enjoy the wonders of the city with the help of Booked.net. Check our vast database and book the hotel in Dresden at the best possible price.