A vibrant city of culture in Germany on the River Elbe
Hotel in Dresden
Looking for a luxury stay in one of the most beautiful cities in Germany? The Bilderberg Bellevue Hotel Dresden is located on the banks of the River Elbe in the centre of Dresden. An ideal location for a business or personal trip.
The hotel is situated directly on the River Elbe, surrounded by picturesque gardens, and its guests have magnificent views of the historic city centre of this unique city in eastern Germany. A five-minute walk will take you right to the famous ‘Semperoper’ opera house, the stunning Frauenkirche and numerous monuments and museums.
Dresden is the capital of the German region of Saxony and is located in eastern Germany. Its location is stunning: right on the river Elbe and between Saxon Switzerland and the Elbeland wine region. Dresden is literally split in half by the Elbe, which separates the northern Neustadt and the southern Altstadt. In terms of appearance and atmosphere, the two parts are not very similar at all; they look like two different cities put together as one. Thanks to its central location, Bellevue Hotel Dresden is an ideal starting point for an unforgettable stay in Dresden.
Meetings with a view of the historic city centre of Dresden
Dresden - Germany
20 meeting rooms
Up to 850 people
On the banks of the Elbe
Bilderberg Bellevue Hotel Dresden is a conference hotel with character on the picturesque banks of the Elbe in the center of Dresden. The perfect location to give your meeting or event an extra dimension.
Three-day family package. Including breakfast and a Billy Backpack gift. Two children up to 11 years stay for free.
<div class="qtip-content" id="qtip-1-content"> <p>Starting price for 2 people and 2 children<br /> The Bilderberg Breakfast<br /> Two children up to 11 years old are free of charge<br/> Excluding tourist tax and service charge</p>
<ul> <li>Lowest price guarantee</li> <li>Free cancellation up to 24 hours before arrival</li> <li>No credit card required, simply pay in the hotel</li> </ul> </div>
Restaurant Canaletto at the Bellevue Hotel Dresden serves the delicious creations of chef Thomas Adam. Together with his team, he takes you on a culinary journey of discovery with views of the baroque skyline of Dresden. We guarantee an unforgettable tasting experience for any occasion.
Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
Matthew Daniel Pöppelmann (1662 - 1736) was one of the most famous architects of the baroque period and was jointly responsible for the design of the historic main building of the Bilderberg Bellevue Hotel Dresden and famous buildings such as the Zwinger and Moritzburg Castle. Lean back and taste its deliciously creative cocktail creations or have an invigorating fragrant coffee and some tasty snacks. During the summer months we serve drinks and dinner in the courtyard with true Italian flair.
Fancy breakfast with views across the picturesque gardens of Bellevue Hotel Dresden and the river Elbe? Then the Palais restaurant is the place to be. With our selection of fresh rolls, hot croissants, freshly brewed coffee, fruit, omelettes, various spreads and honey from our own bees, nobody will feel left out. And in summer you can enjoy your breakfast on the lovely terrace with views of the banks of the Elbe.
Opening times: Monday to Friday from 6.30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sunday & Holidays: 06.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.
Beer garden Elbsegler in Bilderberg Bellevue Hotel Dresden is located on the picturesque banks of the River Elbe, right opposite the historic town centre. During the summer months you can enjoy a cool beer and grilled specialities.
Der Zwinger is the main attraction of the city and is one of the most famous baroque buildings in Germany. It is a palace complex with a large garden with fountains, sculptures and plenty of greenery. The surrounding buildings house three world-renowned museums that exhibit art, porcelain, jewellery and other items. And even if you do not go inside, it is definitely worth viewing Der Zwinger from the outside and admiring its magnificent architecture.
The Frauenkirche is a symbol of peace and reconciliation. Its dome, also known as the ‘Steinerne Glocke’, is an important part of the city’s skyline. Dresden was bombed on 13 February 1945, and the Frauenkirche collapsed a day later because the sandstone could not withstand the heat. The church was a memorial for many years, but it finally regained its splendour in 2005. It is a handsome baroque church that is finished in exquisite detail. The building is identical to its predecessor from the 18th Century.
The Altmarkt is the oldest square and the centre of Dresden. In addition to the Kreuzkirche, which is 94 metres high, it has numerous cafés, pubs, bars, restaurants and shops. The Altmarkt is also famous for one of the oldest Christmas Markets in Germany: the Dresdner Striezelmarkt. This lovely market has more than 200 festively decorated stalls offering delicacies and high quality handicrafts. A must-see during the holiday season!