Hotel Bulow Residenz

  Rähnitzgasse, 19 01097 Dresden − Germany

  +49 (0)351 8003291 
Fax: +49 (0)351 8003290

 info.residenz@buelow-hotels.de

  Official Website

The Hotel Bülow Residenz is a distinctive and privately owned Grand Hotel committed to quality and personal attention. It is located in the historical part of Dresden between the monument of August des Starken (1679-1733) and the Dreikönigs Church in which the new Saxonian Diet was constituted in 1990. Bedrooms are large, attractive and have modern furniture, good bathroom, and the best, softest duvets ever. Internet access is new this year. In the smart Caroussel restaurant (Michelin star), the chef, Stefan Hermann, produces French and Swabian cuisine. Dinner was elegant in the modern manner, so many amuse-bouche and petits fours.

Finally, the hotel's excellent situation in the city gives business guests and private travellers a distinct advantage: everything Dresden has to offer is on the doorstep. Built in 1730 and completely refurbished in 1993, the Bülow Residenz is an outstanding blend of historic elegance and luxurious comfort.

Pets Allowed
Laundry
Airport Shuttle
Restaurant
Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Wi-Fi Free
Junior Suite

The four Junior suites at the Residenz measure 50sqm and offer separate sleeping and living areas. Specially selected antiques give these rooms character and charm. Two of the Junior Suites are overlooking the very peaceful inner courtyard and benefit from the facility of connecting doors to the next room.

Suite

The ‘jewel’ of the Residenz: This stylish suite measures 55sqm - the entrance hall can be used as a dining or meeting room, the spacious, elegant lounge is furnished with antiques. The separate bedroom is connected to a large bathroom with a separate toilet.

Double Room

These spacious and relaxing rooms offer the choice of bathrooms with shower or bathtub. Enjoy superb service including shoe cleaning service and Wi-Fi internet acces in your room.

 
 
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Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Residenz Heinz Winkler. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate

NO CREDIT CARD NECESSARY


Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at Residenz Heinz Winkler. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.

Meal plan:

In case the hotel cannot confirm availability, would you like to receive proposals from other nearby hotels?

From Dresden Airport:

Karl-Marx-Str., drive in direction city-center. This flows on the Königsbrücker Str., you drive to the right farther in direction city-center. You drive approx. 20 min (salient buildings of right hand: cinema "Schauburg" and big post-office building). In the Albertplatz (big traffic light crossing) go straight ahead and stay on the right lane, then in the round about, take the 3rd street on the right in the Königstr. After approx. 100 m take the 2nd street on the left and immediately afterwards again to the right in the Rähnitzgasse. Approx. 70 m farther go up to hotel of Bülow residence at the next smaller crossing (yellow-light baroque building).

ACTIVITIES

Visits to castles along the Elbe River, 

40 Museums from Old Master Picture Gallery to Green Vaults ,

Mathematic/Physics Salon and Augustus´unique porcelain collection,

Elbe River boat rides on unique fleet of Paddle Steamers,

Concerts at the Frauenkirche,

Opera at the Semper Opera,

Visits to local Wine growers,

The Meissen Porcelain Manufacture,

The futuristic Volkswagen Transparent Manufacture,

Precision watches (Lange Uhren) manufacture in Glashutte.

 

 

 

HISTORYbulow residenz dresden

The Hotel Bülow Residenz is a distinctive and privately owned grand hotel committed to quality and personal attention. It is located in the historical part of Dresden between the monument of August des Starken (1679-1733) and the Dreikönigs Church in which the new Saxonian Diet was constituted in 1990. The Hotel's excellent situation in the city gives business guests and privat travellers a distinct advantage: everything Dresden has to offer is on the doorstep.

Built in 1730 and completly refurnishes in 1993 - at a cost of over DM 16 million - The Bülow Residenz is an outstanding blend of historic elegance and luxurios comfort.

 

 

 

 

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PLACES TO VISIT IN DRENDEN

The Castle, Stallhof and The Johanneum

Frauenkirche's Ruins

Semper's Opera

The Albertinum

 

 

 

 

 

DRESDEN... THE FLORENCE ON THE ELBE

Dresden, once known as "Florence on the Elbe," was celebrated throughout Europe for its architecture and art treasures. Then came the night of February 13, 1945, when Allied bombers rained down phosphorus and high-explosive bombs on the city, which had no military targets. By morning, the Dresden of legend was but a memory. No one knows for sure how many died, but the number is certainly in the tens of thousands, and perhaps more. If you're interested in the subject, you might want to read Kurt Vonnegut's novel Slaughterhouse Five.bulow residenz dresden germany

Today, Dresden is undergoing a rapid and dramatic restoration, and is once again a major sightseeing destination. For example, its once-fabled Schloss (castle), for decades only a few blackened walls, is scheduled to be completely rebuilt by late 2003. Dresden also boasts beautiful churches and palaces, as well as many world-class museums - among the finest in all of Germany. 

City officials want the entire city rebuilt by 2006 in time for Dresden's 800th anniversary.