Dresden

21 Feb 2019 - 22 Feb 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Dresden

Dresden, is a hub of German culture, history, arts, and academia - that's why we named it one of the most incredible places to visit in Germany. It was once the seat of a kingdom in the late 1400s, hence the city's many palaces. Dresden is also dotted with more than 300 fountains throughout the city. With sites like the Panometer Dresden, Zwinger, and Goldener Reiter, it seems one would never run out of interesting wonders to explore here. For traveller convenience, there are hotels near the airport in Dresden.

Dresden Centre

The city centre in Dresden is where you'll find many of the city's most important tourist attractions. Some of these include the Technischen Universitaet Dresden Botanical Garden and Blaues Wunder Bridge.

1. Art'otel Dresden

Art'otel Dresden, or Art Hotel Dresden, is one of the cheap hotels in Dresden. This is surprising, given it's such a stylish, contemporary property. Located in downtown Dresden, its grounds feature a restaurant, bar, terrace, sauna, and fitness centre.

2. InterCityHotel Dresden

InterCityHotel Dresden is a public transportation-themed hotel in Dresden's downtown district. It's located across from a key intercity transit station, hence the theme. It has straightforward rooms that feature desks and minibars, and there is a hotel restaurant. In keeping with its theme, the hotel offers free tickets for local public transportation.

3. Taschenbergpalais

Taschenbergpalais is a boutique hotel in Dresden that's set in a remade Frauenkirche Baroque church. It offers posh luxury rooms and has a French bistro and Mediterranean restaurant on the facilities.

Dresden Airport Hotels

Dresden International Airport (DRS) is the airport serving Dresden, Germany, and the surrounding area. Hotels by Dresden Airport are among the most convenient of last-minute hotels in Dresden.

1. Novum Hotel Dresden Airport

Novum Hotel Dresden Airport is one of the cheap hotels in Dresden's airport region. It offers cosy traditional accommodations with updated modern decor. Rooms are air conditioned and windows are soundproofed.

2. Akademiehotel Dresden

Akademiehotel Dresden, or Academy Hotel Dresden, is a more upscale hotel in Dresden near the airport. It offers bright, sophisticated rooms with windows stretching from floor to ceiling. There's a restaurant on-site that features a patio and brick atrium, and there is a bistro, bowling alley, sports bar, spa, and fitness centre.

Spa Hotels in Dresden

While you stay in Dresden, bask in a Jacuzzi, steam bath, sauna, or hot tub. With one of Dresden's spa hotels, you can do so without even leaving the hotel grounds.

1. Wyndham Garden Dresden

Wyndham Garden Dresden is one of the cheap hotels in Dresden with its own spa, making it a prime choice of last-minute hotels in Dresden. This includes a fitness room, sauna, hot tub, and steam room.

2. Quality Hotel Plaza Dresden

Quality Hotel Plaza Dresden is a classic hotel with traditional rooms set along the water's edge with a lush hillside behind it. Spa facilities include a sauna, solarium, and exercise room.

3. Bülow Palais

Bülow Palais is a boutique hotel in Dresden that features an 18th-century facade over a contemporary building. The facilities feature an upscale restaurant, bistro, atrium courtyard, ballroom, gym, spa, and more.

Whether you seek free Wi-Fi, family rooms, or an on-site restaurant, Skyscanner's search tool can help you find the hotels in Dresden that meet your needs.

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What are travellers saying about Dresden?

9.8
History Buffs
8.8
Art & Design Lovers
7.6
Backpackers
7.6
Family Travellers
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Member reviews (61)
Gil Harel
Gil HarelSan Jose
31/03/2017

Beautiful classic European German citiy. The city which was destroyed during world war 2 was completely rebuild as it was before. An effort that started when it was part of East Germany and even more when the Germany was united. Dresden has rich history and used to be a very important city/kingdom in the mid evil. Don't miss the treasure museum.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
19/08/2014

We have been here several times and it is a pleasure to visit this city. It is like an outdoor museum with a lot to see even if you don't go inside of any of the great museums located here. Take a day and see the sights and remember it was all bombed out during WWII.

Laurel W
Laurel WCalgary
03/08/2014

Even a short visit to Dresden reveals the beautiful city that was once a cultural capital of Europe. Restoration of the city after the devastating bombing in World War II is still ongoing.

Anne Becker
Anne BeckerCrit
30/06/2014

Beautiful and interesting City! Take your time to visit all the famous spots. The Christmas market is the best!

FAQs

The least expensive month is January, with an average of £57 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Dresden is December, with an average price of £204 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was £64 per night. This is 103% less than the average nightly price of £131 seen over the previous 12 months.

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