Hotels in Saxony

Goldener Adler
Hauptmarkt 4, 2625 Tel (03591) 48 66 0 Fax (03591) 48 66 20 Rooms 30

Ideal for those who like light and space as the rooms have high ceilings and simple, smart furnishings. It is a nice contrast to the cosy feeling of its adjoining wine cellar and curved-roofed beer hall and restaurant. The historic charm of the original 1540s building has been retained.

Villa Antonia
Lessingstraße 1, 2625 Tel (03591) 50 10 20 Fax (03591) 50 10 44 Rooms 13

This late 1890s villa, located in a quiet and up-market part of town, is a historic monument that was once owned by a concert pianist. It has since been refreshed and renovated and is now this small hotel which is straightforward but pleasant and comfortable.

Günnewig Hotel Chemnitzer Hof
Theaterplatz 4, 9111 Tel (0371) 68 40 Fax (0371) 67 62 58 7 Rooms 98

This late-1920s building has been renovated to its former glory. The foyer is gleaming and grand, although the period charm is lost in the rooms themselves which are merely tidy and stylish. All rooms have wireless Internet, safes and satellite television.

Mercure Hotel Kongress Chemnitz
Brueckenstraße 19, 9111 Tel (0371) 68 30 Fax (0371) 68 35 05 Rooms 386

This hotel is located in a striking glass tower and has rooms which are simple and have all the amenities you would expect from a hotel that is owned by an international chain. Hotel facilities include meeting rooms, conference rooms, a fitness room and a sauna. An airport shuttle is also available.

Ringhotel Schlosshotel Klaffenbach
Wasserschloßweg 6, 9123 Tel (0371) 26 11 0 Fax (0371) 26 11 10 0 Rooms 49

A turreted fairy-tale hotel flanked by two wings of more modest buildings. The rooms vary from simple standards to some very interesting options. Easily the most attractive aspect of the hotel is the location right in the historic centre of Chemnitz.

Landhotel Dresden
Fritz-Meinhardt-Straße 105, 1239 Tel (0351) 28 03 0 Fax (0351) 28 03 13 0 Rooms 43

An uncomplicated and simple establishment which is not short on comforts. There is an easygoing and relaxed atmosphere to this hotel, which can be a refreshing change from some of the more stiff, classy places. Every morning, guests may help themselves to a “coffee to go” to perk them up for the day ahead.

art’otel Dresden Design Hotel
Ostra-Allee 33, 1067 Tel (0351) 49 22 0 Fax (0351) 49 22 77 7 Rooms 174

A very distinctive hotel with modern art, daring design and bright colours. All the guest rooms have modern conveniences and comforts, including air conditioning, satellite and pay television, and wireless Internet – as well as plenty of art on the walls.

Romantik Hotel Pattis
Merbitzer Straße 53, 1157 Tel (0351) 42 55 0 Fax (0351) 42 55 25 5 Rooms 46

This is very much a family-run hotel (pictures, birth dates and other family information are given on the website) and offers a rather effective mix of business-class standards and personal touches that will make you feel both important and relaxed at the same time.

Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
Neumarkt 9, 1067 Tel (0351) 43 86 0 Fax (0351) 43 86 88 8 Rooms 185

Even the simple rooms are vast and elegant and offer Internet, satellite television, safes and the usual list of comforts and conveniences. There is a definite sense of sparkle and fresh opulence in the dining areas. This is a very refined establishment.

Silberhofstraße 1, 9599 Tel (03731) 26 88 0 Fax (03731) 26 88 78 Rooms 30

The rooms in this interesting-looking building are decorated in a distinctive style somewhat influenced by rococo themes with lots of gleaming satin and white-painted wood. All the usual modern amenities are on offer as well, such as satellite television, Internet access and mini bars in all rooms.

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