Take a walk to the famous Frauenkirche
Conveniently located in central Dresden, art’otel dresden puts guests right in the heart of the city, a five-minute walk from the central railway station and 15 minutes from Dresden International Airport Klotzsche (DRS). The design-led
art’otel dresden makes a perfect resting place for both leisure and corporate travellers
, including guests on a weekend break
. The hotel offers easy access to some of Dresden’s most-visited attractions, such as the remarkable Zwinger, the Semper Opera, the 'Messe Dresden' and the ICC Dresden.
art’otel dresden puts you near these attractions:
- Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) (1.4 km)
Now a major tourist attraction, this historic church was destroyed in World War II and only reconstructed in 2005.
T: +49 (0) 351 65 606 100
- Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister (1.1 km)
Named for the 'Old Masters,' this museum amazed a young Goethe more than 250 years ago. Today, guests admire the same selection of works by such famous artists as Raphael, Correggio and Vermeer.
T: +49 (0) 351 49 142 000
- International Congress Centre Dresden (0.6 km)
ICC Dresden welcomes guests to many conferences and corporate events throughout the year. Guests at art'otel dresden are an easy walk away.
T: +49 (0) 351 50 173
- Königstrasse (1.5 km)
Featuring Baroque townhouses and elegant restaurants, this trendy neighborhood is the place to go for unusual coffee shops, eating experiences and speciality stores.
- Porzellanmanufaktur Meissen (7 km)
Showcasing more than 300 years of Meissen porcelain art, this intriguing museum retains the original feel of its 1916 opening.
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- Residenzschloss Dresden (1 km)
Lovers of varied architectural styles will delight in this Renaissance structure that served as a royal palace for hundreds of years.
- Russich-Orthodoxe Kirche (3.7 km)
Constructed in the 19th century, this elegant church has long served as the centre of Russian Orthodoxy in Dresden.
T: +49 (0) 351 47 194 14
- Semperoper (Semper Opera House) (1.1 km)
One of Dresden’s most impressive structures, Semperoper was designed by Gottfriend Semper and completed in 1841. Check the website for operas that are currently on stage.
T: +49 (0) 351 49 117 05
- Zwinger (1.1 km)
Dating from the early 18th century, this Rococo-style palace was built by Augustus the Strong. Today, it features well-dressed gardens and fountains, as well as the Porcelain Museum and Armoury Museum.
T: +49 (0) 351 49 146 19