Built in 1575, the Kurländer Palais in the historical centre of Dresden looks back on a turbulent past. Destroyed in several wars, it was last rebuilt in 2006. The rococo style was used to give the location its original appearance.
The listed building on three floors is used today mainly for private and business events. The ballroom on the first floor offers the perfect setting for exclusive galas or intimate parties! The furniture and equipment can be freely selected. The physical well-being is provided with an extensive gastronomic offer. If desired, experienced caterers are also recommended.
As a romantic wedding location, the surroundings are virtually predestined! Come together in the splendid ballroom, in which the Saxon royal family already celebrated. Daylight falls through almost six metre high windows, in summer the long balcony can also be included. Meanwhile, the historical masonry tells its own story of the night of bombing in February 1945 with traces of soot and bomb splinters.
In addition to the 90 m² Small Hall for parties of up to 72 people or the reception, the Garden Halls await you on site. You enter the foyer through a double-wing door and admire the unique elegance of the building. Curved stairs lead you from here to various rooms, some with a view of the courtyard.
In the course of conferences, meetings or spectacular presentations you can also benefit from the unique flair of the Kurländer Palais. In addition to the event rooms of different sizes, the surrounding closed palace courtyard serves as a backdrop. It impresses with open round arch arcades and offers space for up to 250 people on 330 m². Present larger exhibits in it, for example cars. For this purpose it can be roofed over if required. The experienced team will support you in all this and will also take care of the modern technical equipment.
Upon agreement, rent is possible also beyond the indicated period of time