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Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden

The capital of the Free State of Saxony, Dresden, is in permanent movement, the charm of cultural sights   of the German capital of arts is simply irresistible.

Unique charming and austere charisma of the city is comprised out of unicity and individuality of all of its architectural components: Frauenkirche, Zwinger, and Semper Opera, Elbe promenade, palaces, bridges, and parks that are among the most prominent ones in the world. Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais is a part of this ensemble.

Taschenbergpalais was built in the beginning of the 18th century by the elector of Saxony August the Strong for his mistress Anna Constance, countess von Cosel. During the Second World War, it was distroyed, and only in 1995 it was thoroughly restaurated. The Cosel Palace now unites historical heritage and modern design.

The Grand Hotel Taschenbergpalais offers 182 spacious rooms, 32 crown prince and regent suuits, five restaurants with refined cuisine, cafes, and bars. 

The hotel possesses six elegant conference-halls for arrangement of meetings or business events on the mezzanine that can seat up to 500 people.

The hotel offers its guests wonderful conditions for a proper rest and self-care in specially equipped rooms for  beauty treatments and massage. Sauna, swimming pool, fitness hall, and beauty salon are open for everyone.