Individually run hotels in Dresden
with a personal, familiar atmosphere

Dresden is known as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe - not only because of its historical Old Town with Semperoper, Royal Palace, Zwinger Palace and Brühl's Terrace. 

6 friendly, privately-owned hotels want to welcome you as a guest in the beautiful "Florence of the Elbe". 

They are located in the city, not far from the famous sights, and are an ideal starting point for your very own rendezvous with our beautiful home town and its surroundings. The hotels will spoil you with the proverbial Saxon hospitality and cuisine. 

Hotel Burgk

Hotel Burgk

The hotel Burgk, one of the few family-led hotels in Dresden, opened in 1991 and recommends itself to guests with high expectations. Quietly, but centrally located, our house has...

Hotel Burgk

Hotel Pesterwitzer Siegel

Hotel Pesterwitzer Siegel

Since 1929 one finds the guesthouse "Albertheim" in the Pesterwitzer heights between Dresden and Freital, and till today, it attracts guests from near and far. Founded on the...

Hotel Pesterwitzer Siegel

Hotel Martha Dresden

Hotel Martha Dresden

A house with 100 years of Christian tradition. Our hotel is located in the heart of Dresden, within a short walking-distance of the historical Old Town, Semperoper, Dresden Castle...

Hotel Martha Dresden

Hotel Privat - Das Nichtraucher Hotel

Hotel private - The Non smoking hotel

New, family-run hotel constructed in Wilhelminian style in a quiet, very green location close to the city center. All sights are only a few minutes of walking or driving away!...

Hotel private - The Non smoking hotel

Hotel Kipping

Hotel Kipping

Right in the center of Dresden, not far from the Old Town and Dresden main station, the family-led hotel Kipping is located quietly, but is nonetheless easy to reach via car or by...

Hotel Kipping

Schloss Hotel Dresden-Pillnitz

Castle Hotel Dresden-Pillnitz

Meet and stay in style - that's the motto for your stay at the castle Hotel Dresden-Pillnitz. You'll room in stylish baroque castle grounds, one of Europe's most beautiful places....

Castle Hotel Dresden-Pillnitz

Dresden Insider Tipps

Coffee Roasting Houses

Dresden and coffee belong together. Mrs Melitta Bentz invented the paper coffee filter here. Meanwhile, even some small private coffee roasting houses have established themselves...

Coffee Roasting Houses

The Pillnitz Gardener

Perhaps the Pillnitz gardener Gustav Hermann Krumbiegel had a dream about distant, exotic gardens when, over 100 years ago, he boarded an ocean steamer and set out for far-away...

The Pillnitz Gardener

Restaurant Daniel

In a small building at the Baroque Quarter (on Nieritzstraße 9), you will find a cosy vaulted restaurant with a modern design. Chef Daniel Fischer and his team will offer you...

Restaurant Daniel

Dresden Art at Burgk Castle in Freital

Otto Dix, Curt Querner, Willy Kriegel and many other artists impress visitors with high-class works of contemporary art at the municipal collection of Freital. It also includes...

Dresden Art at Burgk Castle in Freital

Worlds of Relish – Festival of Good Taste

From 10 till 12 June 2016, 26 top chefs will offer you over 100 delicious tasting menus beside the lake at the Ostrapark Dresden. Enjoy the unique culinary experience presented by...

Worlds of Relish – Festival of Good Taste

Glashütte Watch Museum

A visit to the nearby Glashütte Watch Museum is particularly recommended. If it is snowy, you can enjoy a romantic ride on a horse-drawn sleigh through the winter forest of...

Glashütte Watch Museum

Kügelgenhaus – Museum der Dresdner Romantik

Kügelgen House – Museum of Dresden Romanticism

The baroque bourgeois house from the time of Augustus the Strong is the home of a small but impressive museum, which is found in the historic rooms of the first floor. They used...

Kügelgen House – Museum of Dresden Romanticism

Kügelgenhaus – Museum der Dresdner Romantik