Hotel Buelow Palais
A tasteful stay in the Baroque Quarter
- 47 rooms and 11 suites
- Two restaurants
- Fitness centre
Dresden’s Old Town, a warren of meandering lanes and pretty courtyards, is the home of this classic hotel, built within a daffodil-yellow hued residence. The interior is inspired by the surrounding Baroque Quarter with a sophisticated style, further enhanced by modern artwork.
Throughout the rooms and suites, the same theme is employed, encompassing a pleasing blend of the past and present. Colour schemes are distinctive, with rich shades and fabrics adding a sense of warmth, alongside plush furnishings and dark wooden features.
One of the country’s top-ranking restaurants can be found at Hotel Buelow Palais, the Michelin-starred Caroussel. Headed by Benjamin Biedlingmaier, this culinary highlight takes a contemporary approach to Mediterranean cuisine in a setting of slick parquet flooring, abstract sculptures and a glass-panelled ceiling. For a more casual dining experience, Bülow’s Bistro serves up light, German dishes, and its connected polished bar offers an enticing alcove to sip on a cocktail, as does the cigar lounge, complete with comfortable leather sofas.
A sojourn from sightseeing can be enjoyed at the spa and fitness centre, a turquoise expanse of natural light, featuring treatment rooms and a well-equipped gym. Make sure that you opt for a session in one of the three saunas, which overlook the rooftops of Dresden, before cooling down in the ice fountain.
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