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Radisson SAS Gewandhaus

Hotel description

Radisson SAS Gewandhaus is located in the historic centre of Dresden the barocco era. In a few minutes from the hotel, Semper's opera house is located, the Zwinger architectural complex, Terras Breul, several museums. In 1770, a storehouse was built on this site. In 1945, it became ruins as a result of heavy bombing. In the 1960s, ruins became a beautiful hotel, which in 1997 belonged to the world-famous Radisson SAS hotels and received a category of 5 stars. The hotel is a skilled building centred on the atrim, a simple courtyard with a glass dome. All 94 numbers are skilled in the Bidermeyer style, which rules in Germany and Austria in the first half of the nineteenth century. The hotel guests are offered a pool, a sauna, solars, a Fitness Hall. There's a restaurant in the hotel, a bar, a simplic lounge, an open fireplace and conference rooms.

The hotel is located at the historic centre of the capital of Saxonia, 9 kilometres from Dresden airport and 2 kilometres from the central y/d station.

At the hotel 94 numbers, including Standard Room, Business Class Room, Junior Suite, Prince Phillip Suite. All numbers are skilled in the Bidermeyer style, which rules in Germany and Austria in the first half of the nineteenth century. The bathrooms are marbled and equipped with jacuzzi.

To guest services:

Standard Room (21 square metres) - equipped in accordance with all the requirements for hotel rooms 5*.

Business Class Room (32 square metres) consists of a separate recreational area, bedroom, bathroom.

Junior Suite (51 square metres) consists of an oath mini-host, a bedroom, a large bathroom.

Prince Phillip Suite (74 square metres) consists of a living room with a large area of recreation, bedroom, bathroom, guest bathroom.

In each number: Air conditioner, W-LAN network, trouser press, smooth board, duck, phen, tea and coffee kit, mini bar.

Weber's im Gewandhaus next to the atrimus offer its visitors a rich menu. The name is derived from the German word, which means " pump, pumping " . In the old days, the Cloth Hall had a tissue cescheque where the clothes were stored and sold. Now there's an old-fashioned and photography here, which allows

Visitors kill two birds, enjoy a good food and study the exhibition.

The Weber’s bar is located between the restaurant and the atrim with the glass roof. You can try an exotic cocktail, saxon and import wine, German beer, enjoying a unique view.

The lobby lounge can eat, relax in front of an open fireplace, enjoy Dresden's historical view, which is portrayed in multiple photographs, and play a party in chess.

Salon Dresden is suitable for both official lunch and a romantic candle dinner.

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