Bulow Palais makes its home in the middle of Dresden's Baroque district, steeped in fascinating history. Splendid modern amenities and savory gourmet dining perfectly balance the Old World charm of the hotel and its neighboring architectural marvels.
Located on the “Neustadt” side of the Elbe River, Bulow Palais originally opened in 1730 and has earned inclusion in the illustrious Relais & Chateaux collective, an honor bestowed only to hotels who offer guests the very best in accommodation, amenities, and service. The styling of Bülow Palais keenly personifies the many ways the hotel remains planted in its regal past while embracing modern refinements. An exterior from a bygone era couples with interiors fashioned in contemporary coloring, mingling classical and modern-style furnishings and contrasting romantic views over Konigstrasse through generous windows with the quality of a state-of-the-art flat screen television. The 58 rooms and suites of the hotel vary in floorplan, a unique trait from its former life as a guesthouse, each including a generous en suite bathroom. Residential-style suites have the benefit of expanded space for entertaining or hosting multiple travelers in one exclusive retreat.
Dining destinations at Bülow Palais tempt diners with creations that range from the casual to the extravagant. Described as a whimsical and authentic experience, the menu of Caroussel exhibits a commitment to local sustainability, with Chef Benjamin Biedlingmaier opting to embellish in his French-Mediterranean dishes with delectable caviar from farmed sturgeon and other responsibly-sourced ingredients from the sea. Cuisine at Bülow’s Bistro highlights the lighter side of German fare with a sunny garden view. No culinary preference is too high-maintenance, and the staff is happy to take special diets into consideration to craft a bespoke dining experience. Nourishment of a different kind is found in the variety of spa treatments, the sauna and hammam, and the fully-equipped fitness center—every blissful moment at the hotel wellness center can be customized.
A stay at Bulow Palais places guests at the doorstep of some of the world’s most wondrous works of art. Following its destruction during World War II, modern Dresden has been rebuilt from ruin to recapture the beauty that has been drawing visitors to its museums and corridors since the 18th century. The city is easy to explore by foot, with top destinations like the Semper Opera House, Dresden Castle, and Frauenkirche found just on the other side of the shimmering Elbe.Request Information