Rebuilt after wartime bombing, the historic Taschenberg Palace—the work of Zwinger architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann—is Dresden's premier address and the last word in luxury, as befits the former residence of the Saxon crown princes. Rooms are as big as city apartments, and suites earn the adjective "palatial"; they are all furnished with bright elm-wood furniture.
May 9, 2001
Elegant hotel - fits in with surroundings. Well worth the splurge!