The double rooms belong to a genuine backpackers hostel in the trendy district of Dresden. Due to the individual furniture, it is an authentic mirror of the district Neustadt. A quarter where artists and “characters” are living.
After shopping at the supermarket of your trust, you can cook “the meal of your life” in our fully-equipped kitchen. In addition, there is wireless in the whole house, so you can find a good recipe ;)
Now you are fit, you can start to go in the “Neustadt” - the colorful multicultural district. This is where art and craft meets punk and hippie culture. Explore the small backyards with their studios and celebrate all night long in the district with Germany's highest density of bars and pubs.
But not only new things can be found in the “Neustadt”. There are also traditional things to see. Like the “Pfund's Dairy” on Bautznerstraße, which is awarded as the most beautiful dairy shop in the world. It still has his hand-painted flagging from Villeroy and Boch.
It is not even 100 meters to the Artpassage. Their imaginatively decorated courtyards invite you to drink coffee and take pics. Furthermore, along the Königsbrückerstraße you can relive the childhood of Erich Kastner. The House of his birth vis-a-vis the “Schauburg” to the villa of his uncle, which is now the Museum Erich Kaestner.
The historic city center is not far away. After a nice walk of 20 to 30 minutes (about 15 minutes by tram), you are in historic baroque part of Dresden. Explore the Royal Palace, the Zwinger, the Brühl Terrace, the Semper Opera and of course the world famous Church for our Lady in Dresden.
Anyone who interested in art, there are various exhibitions inside this buildings. Choices range in the painting of the old masters to the contemporary art. There is also a sculpture section, the armory, the Turkish Chamber, the porcelain collection or the new and the historic Green Vault.
After a busy day, you can go back "home" to the hostel. In addition to the communal kitchen, which you already know, there's a cozy "living room" where you usually can meet a lot of travvellors from all over the world.
The double rooms are private rooms with a creative individual design. The bathroom is shared and located in the hallway.
Check out the photos to get an impression.
- Front desk staff with tips, tricks and information about Dresden's attractions
- Free city map
- Free tea and coffee
- Old but roadworthy bikes for hire - free of charge as long there are some left
And we convinced you?
Then you only need to book, take a seat in your car, train or plane and go driving in the capital of Saxony. Check in is at the hostel's reception from 2 to 11 pm.
We look forward to seeing you - the staff
Please notice: Starting July 1st, 2015 the city of Dresden will be imposing a lodging tax. This tax can range between 3% and 6% depending on the total price of the accommodation cost including VAT.