Quality Hotel Plaza Dresden
Koenigsbruecker Strasse 121a
Phone: (49) 35 180630
Fax: (49) 35 18063721
Koenigsbruecker Strasse 121a, Dresden, DE, 01099
- Phone: (49) 35 180630
- Fax: (49) 35 18063721
Alternatives Zentrum Conni Dresden is a small club known for offering the best of entertainment and relaxation to the residents of Dresden. The events hosted here aren't exactly chic, but the originality makes it that much more interesting. All things alternative are featured here, from bleak punk gigs to indie dance or techno nights. The dates aren't usually fixed, so you'll have to check in the city listings magazine.Mingle wiht the stylish crowd in the Antifa-TEEmen-Café and enjoy some lip-smacking delights. Just don't wear your tie, under any circumstances!
Located in the newer area of Dresden at the heart of the city's night life, Strasse E is home to venues small and large, perfect for any occasion you can dream up. With its industrial atmosphere, Strasse E provides extensive multi-functional spaces, and offers halls such as Thrillbeats and Kingbeatz Clubs. From two large meeting halls to smaller rooms, an arena for concerts, and additional venues such as its ballroom, this venue is ideal for creating your own private club. Not far from Dresden's hot club scene, Strasse E allows you to make your own ideal night out a reality.
Looking for some good music to rock out to? Just head north to Albertstadt, and you will find the Thrillbeats club. This is an independent venue and online community for the alternative music scene in Dresden where you can buy tickets to a show, or even set up your own event. See website for events and details.
Located in a former industrial building, this club hosts some of the hottest dance parties and events in the city. There are often live music performances and DJ sets that draw party-goers from across Dresden to this relatively remote location. Usually you will find a range of house and techno music, but many performers from different genres take the stage here. Check out the website for more information on upcoming events.
Nestled in the iconic Strass E, Bunker Strasse E is famous for its dark wave, Gothic rock, neofolk, industrial, classical 1980s and EBM music. Established in 1996, it is set in three levels, this popular gay club offers distinct rooms and theme nights to the city's clubbers. Located in an industrial area, it hosts Saturday theme nights and is a late night party destination. Their bar room is a bustling meeting place for friends and singles. Please bring cash as credit cards are not accepted.
This homely Celtic pub is known far and wide for selling what is renowned to be the strongest beer in the world: Samilaus, 30 per cent proof with 14 per cent alcohol content. Connoisseurs accompany their beer with fettbemmen, a thick slice of bread covered in dripping. With live music on Fridays and a somewhat gritty charm, this is a valid alternative for beer drinkers of all ages.
Emerging from the 1990s trend of D'n'B (Drum 'n' Bass) parties, Dresden's Kingbeatz Club has evolved from an underground club promoting underground music to a more mainstream party scene. Located in an old industrial building, Kingbeatz offers an authentic club experience to anyone interested in music that might be a little off the beaten path.
A place where no week goes without a live event, Ostpol is the hub of musical activities for the people of Dresden. Drinks and music are the highlights here, as people dance to the music of their favorite bands or DJs. Entrance is free for some performances while others are charged. The place is open from Mondays to Saturdays from 7 p.m. Check website for schedules on upcoming performances.
Frank's Bar is a top-notch cocktail bar, situated in the heart of Dresden's pulsating nightlife district, has over the years blossomed into something of a cult location. Filled with business people and bohemians, fresh-faced students and elderly night-owls, the crowd is as well-mixed as one of Frank's cocktails. The malt whiskeys are legendary and the cigars come fresh from the humidor.
Fiasko doesn't look all that impressive but takes the cake, when it comes to the music and alcohol. Most of the time local bands come here to perform. The club has comfortable seating, good music and an impressive list of liqueurs. Fiasko has also been home to the Paranoya Rock Festival.
Madness is the ska and reggae pub in the Dresden area; a meeting point for wannabe rastas and lovers of the summery, good-time beats. Loud, proud and furnished in moody shades, the bar is always packed at the weekend when it hosts live concerts and DJ acts.
The Blaue Fabrik is rather hidden away in a back yard. Parties and other events associated with art take place here regularly. You won't hear current chart hits here, rather eclectic styles of music such as reggae, big beat and hip hop. It's not so much the selection of drinks, but the very reasonable prices which make this small bar stand out from the rest. The Blaue Fabrik is an insider's tip in every respect, if you like things done a little bit differently.