NH Hoteles is well represented with two hotels in Dresden after NH Hoteles with the NH Dresden Altmarkt has opened its second hotel in Dresden nearly two years of construction. The 4-star hotel is located directly on the famous Striezelmarkt and runs under a lease agreement. With its amazing Baroque monuments belongs to the most important cultural cities in Germany”Dresden, Maarten says J.M. Markus, Managing Director / Business Unit Director of NH Hoteles Germany GmbH in Berlin. We are pleased that we will be right in the middle with our new, modern and trendy hotel in a such a central and historic site as the old market.” The NH Dresden Altmarkt has 240 modern rooms including 18 superior rooms and 11 spacious suites.
Of living and quality of life focus on the 90-square-meter apartment suite for long-term stays for business. The suite has a private office, a separate living – and bedroom, as well as a fully equipped kitchenette. Also for 15 more rooms, which are equipped with a fully furnished kitchenette are thought long-stay guests. Good room concepts, the attention to detail, as well as wireless LAN in the entire NH Dresden Altmarkt and the aromatic toiletries by Agua de la Tierra thought through”, specially created for NH Hoteles, characterized the new 4-star hotel in the old market. The NH Dresden Altmarkt has a modern Conference Centre with nine meeting rooms on 560 square metres that can accommodate up to 240 people, and are equipped with modern audio-visual equipment. Two VIP boarding rooms for up to 16 persons aimed at conferences and meetings, which will take place in small and discrete round as well as in a stylish setting. The service and the technical equipment are doing personally agreed with the customer. The new 4-star hotel’s restaurant will be a culinary accent: Chef Sebastian Brand (28), who most recently was working in the Park Plaza Wallstreet Berlin, and his team will pamper guests with regional dishes, as well as with a modern and international crossover cuisine, which includes also molecular influences as well as Spanish elements.