Welcome to Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden, the ideal event location in Dresden
The luxury hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden was built from 1705 by Elector Augustus the Strong for his mistress Countess Cosel, destroyed during the Second World War and rebuilt in splendid elegance in 1995. Situated in the heart of the city, the palace offers luxurious rooms and suites with great views of Dresden's historic old town. You can experience culinary diversity in the restaurants Palais Bistro, Fischrestaurant Kastenmeiers, Café Vestibül and the award-winning Karl May Bar.
Whether a conference or a private celebration, the total of nine function rooms at the Hotel Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden offer the perfect setting for any occasion. In addition to six salons on the Bel Etage, a house chapel and the magnificent staircase, the hotel has a ballroom for up to 500 people. During the summer months, the historic inner courtyard is ideal for your open-air event.