Quality Hotel Dresden West
Zschoner Ring 6
Phone: (49) 35204 4590
Fax: (49) 35204 459113
Taxi Hof Lange, started in 1971 and offers the best taxi services in the city. With a strong fleet of all the latest models, you are assured of a comfortable and safe drop. The drivers are professional and can give you a lot of information about the city...your personal tour guide!
Once an extremely regal palace, this structure today has been converted into a the Dresden- Friedrichstadt municipal clinic. This palace was a gift given by August the Strong to his former mistress to keep her happy! In 1736, the building changed hands and was owned by Count Heinrich v. Brühl. Two lateral wings , an orangery and a west wing was added, while the garden was converted into a beautiful private park, open to all in Saxony. In 1845, the Marcolini Palais was purchased by the government and converted into a hospital, due to the increasing need of good health centers in the city. What is nice is that they outside structure has been retained as it first looked in 1849.
Once an early 20th-century industrial complex, the Messe Dresden is now a famed modern exhibition center. A few minutes from the historic center of Dresden, the Messe provides 20,000 square meters of indoor exhibition space for a variety of functions. Each year over 30 exhibitions and 500,000 people arrive to promote everything, from the latest technology, real estate to the fine arts.
In this unique building with windowed walls, Ammonhof Dresden provides gorgeous venues for a variety of events. With five diverse conference rooms as well as space for music performances, this is no ordinary conference center. The open atmosphere adds something special to even the most routine of events.
EnergieVerbund Arena is a multi-functional arena for a diverse range of events. The arena offers over 11,000 square meters of action packed space and can accommodate about 6500 people. If sports is the only thing on your mind, call the arena and book a seat for the forthcoming season.
Südvorstadt is a neighborhood located to the south of Dresden, mainly known as the university area of the city. But the district is also home to a number of historical buildings with interesting architectural styles, the Feldschlößchen house being one of them. The Swiss, Bavarian and American quarters are worth a stroll as well, as one will find plenty of historic churches and cemeteries lined along the streets. This neighborhood is definitely worth a short visit if you are in Dresden.
If you wish to hire a taxi in the city, this is the best taxi service around. Anruflinientaxi is a good option to take instead of the usual bus or tram. The company assures to send a taxi in 20 minutes, which is certainly a display of their commitment to customer service.
Located between Südvorstadt and Seevorstadt, City Center Passage is a multi-functional space that caters to a wide demographic. Although it may be considered a shopping center, primarily, given major brands and services like Conrad and Rewe that are located here, it also offers numerous business services and facilities. Here you will find event spaces available on rent, which are perfect for social and business events like high school reunions, formal meetings, conventions and symposiums. Apart from this, it is also home to Ampere, the Italian restaurant.
The Auditorium Center of the Technical University of Dresden is a versatile multipurpose facility. Rooms can be rented for events throughout the year. Well-equipped with all the audio visual equipments, Tu Dresden Hörsaalzentrum is ideal for conducting formal meetings and conferences.
A city famous for its history and architecture, Dresden is the quintessential European city that is a treat to the eyes. With famous monuments such as the Frauenkirche and Semper Opera House, Dresden is an ideal place for art lovers.
The Rundkino, literally the "round cinema," architecturally reflects both its name and its history. Built in 1972, its circular shape and shining windowed siding gives the impression that a large UFO has landed in Dresden's city center, now a kind of homage to the 1960s interest in space exploration. Due to a flood in 2002 it is no longer used as a movie theater, but has been reimagined as an event space. Its entrance hall is available for rental for events and exhibitions, and this architectural landmark is surely not to be missed.
St. Benno-Gymansium Dresden is a well established school in the city of Dresden. The school is best known for it's unique glass-roof, a modern addition to Dresden's cityscape. The school's recreational center and gym or Turnhalle also hosts events. For more information, please visit the website.