Set in the historic Baroque quarter of Dresden, the Bülow Palais is a haven for travelers who prefer bespoke style and the exclusivity of a privately owned hotel.
Looking back at our stay at the Bülow Palais I cant help but get one of those goofy grins on my face. Upon entering the hotel we we're immediately impressed by the modern yet comfortable style of the hotel. Every aspect of the Bülow Palais exudes luxury and refinement, but not in an overly pretentious way.
Staying at the Bülow Palais in Dresden is not to be missed. This property epitomizes “boutique luxury,” and is meant for the those looking for comfort & style paralleled with great
service. So if you're looking for that romantic yet historically rich getaway, do yourself a favor and stay here. As part of the Relais & Chateaux Collection this property has all the luxuries you would expect but with the easy-going attitude that comes from being privately owned.
If you'd like to stay here, make sure to book your reservation in advance, because with 58 rooms this hotel fills up quickly. Be sure to request a room facing the church, this way you get to see that amazing morning sunrise! Keep in mind that If you’re not able to stay here, you can check out their sister property the Bülow Residenz, located 50 meters away and equally as charming.
A Fun & Comfortable Design
Simply said, the decor at the Bülow Palais is fabulous! The baroque style is evident but with a fun and quirky modern twist. The interior is designed by Carlo Rampazzi, (a self proclaimed “citizen of the world”) and good friend of the Bülow family. Every detail has been carefully selected and feels as if you have been invited to a lavish home. Chris and I both felt comfortable lounging in the lobby and walking around the hotel. You can tell the couches and seats were made to be lavish but we weren’t expecting them to be comfortable as well. Bravo to the Hotel Bülow Palais for creating a rich yet cozy atmosphere.
Home to the famous “Caroussel” restaurant, Bülow Palais is known for their premier chef and gourmet food. Although we didn’t eat dinner at Caroussel we did visit the morning breakfast buffet and it was just as glamorous as we imagined. Fresh juice, fresh fruit, fresh bread and a menu of delightful breakfast meals to choose from were all elegantly displayed.
The Spa at The Bülow Palais
Upon arriving, I was quickly whisked away for a welcome foot massage in the intimate spa and fitness center located on the top floor. After embarrassingly falling asleep during my massage I made my way to the trio of saunas and indulged in the relaxing steam.
The Spa facilities themselves are also top-notch. On several occasions we went down and used the steam and sauna and found it to be a great way to warm up during the chilly autumn nights in Germany!
For more information about The Bulow Palais, checkout their website!