Our hotel in Dresden, right next to the River Elbe
Dresden, a city of the past, present and future. Experience these contrasts during your stay here and discover the many sights of this beautiful city.
Visit one of the many museums in Dresden, see the Baroque religious art of the Frauenkirche or treat yourself to a fantastic evening at the Semperoper.
Our 4-star RAMADA Residenthotel Dresden is in the beautiful district of Laubegast, part of the cultural landscape of the Dresden Elbe Valley. Relax in our rooms and junior suites furnished with all the comforts you need.
Dresden is a city full of cultural monuments. The RAMADA Residenthotel in Dresden is an ideal base for visiting the city.
The Saxon capital of Dresden has many charming tourist destinations where visitors can learn more about this city’s 800-year history. The RAMADA Residenthotel in Dresden is located in the quiet district of Laubegast and is only a few minutes’ walk from key sights such as the State Opera House and the ‘Blue Wonder’ bridge. It is easy to reach the city from the international airport and Dresden itself has excellent public transport between the various city districts. In the RAMADA Residenthotel in Dresden we always here to help, plan excursions and purchase tickets for various events in the city.
From the RAMADA Residenthotel in Dresden, you can visit the Frauenkirche.
The Frauenkirche is one of Dresden’s sights that you should definitely take the time to visit while you’re here. After being destroyed in a bombing raid in 1945, the rebuilt church was opened in 2005 and is seen today as a war memorial. Another city landmark is the ‘Blue Wonder’ bridge, built in the 19th century, spanning the River Elbe between Loschwitz and Blasewitz. From your hotel in Dresden you can also take a trip to the Semperoper and the Zwinger palace. The Zwinger palace was one of the first buildings to be restored after the war and the Semperoper was restored to its former glory in 1985.
Discover the area surrounding Dresden
If you have some spare time, you can also explore the area around Dresden. We will happily help you book a trip on one of the nine historic paddle steamers into the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, where you can not only discover the diverse landscape of Saxon Switzerland but can also learn more about how these monuments to old technology work. Around a kilometre upstream from the old part of town, you can visit Albrechtsberg Castle, Lingner Castle and Eckberg Castle, all Elbe castles nestled in beautiful parkland and open to visitors.
Our tips for the surrounding area:
The Baroque Frauenkirche towers over Neumarkt in the Saxon capital of Dresden. The imposing domed building, rebuilt by 2005 after the devastating bombing raids during the war, contains an altar from 1733 that was rescued from the rubble.
Blue Wonder bridge
The Dresden Blue Wonder bridge, officially called Loschwitz Bridge, has acquired the name Blue Wonder due to the light-blue paint used. Built in the 19th century without any supporting pillars, the truss bridge was considered to be a technical masterpiece and offers panoramic views over the Elbe Valley.