Bulow Residenz

Location Dresden

Postcode 01097

Telephone +49 (0)351 8003291


Why we love it...

Former manor house in Dresden centre

The Place

As Dresden’s palaces, pavilions, churches and museum buildings emerge from their decades-long restoration programmes, more and more visitors come to see the city’s treasures and contemplate its magnificent past. The Bulow Residenz is part of that past: a former manor house built in 1730 in what is now Dresden’s old district, bought in 1990 by the von Bulows, and converted into a hotel of individuality and style. It is a luxury hotel, with pries to match its taste and comfort. From their thick pile carpets to their double-glazed windows with views across Dresden’s old Baroque district, the bedrooms are restful. All are large (four have connecting doors) and each is differently furnished and decorated. None has a balcony. Some overlook a central courtyard with tables beneath a vine-entwined wrought iron pergola, where you can breakfast, have coffee or drinks, or dine on a warm evening.
Brits and Americans are the most numerous foreign guests, followed by Swiss and French. They book for short breaks to see Dresden (booking is essential for weekends in May, June, September and October) and to discover new German cuisine in the one-Michelin-star Caroussel restaurant.

The Essentials

Price Band €€€-€€€€
Rooms 29; 1 single with shower, 14 double with shower, 16 double with bath and shower, 5 suites with shower and bath; all rooms have phone, PC jack, TV, clock/radio, hairdryer, wifi, safe, some with air-con
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Facilities sitting room, basement wine bar, restaurant, 2 conference rooms, courtyard
Children welcome
Accessibility 1 specially adapted room
Pets accepted (small charge)

To Book

Contact Ralph Kutzner
Call +49 (0)351 8003291
Fax +49 (0) 351 8003100
Email info.residenz@buelow-hotels.de
Website www.buelow-residenz.de

Good To Know

Address Rahnitzgasse 19, Dresden 01097

The Location

Find this place: in a 'calm traffic' street, NE of Augustusbrucke; car park and garage, small charge

What's nearby: Neustadt - Dresden's old district

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