Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden hotel in Dresden, Germany, has completed a year-long renovation. 

A reopening event, themed ‘History Retold’ was held, following the restoration of the 18th-century building. 

It was attended by guests ranging from politicians and representatives of the owners, Kempinski S A, and others. 

Berlin interior designer Markus Hilzinger has merged the hotel’s storied past with modern elegance. 

The renovated property now includes a lobby, with textile wallpaper and warm sandstone floors. 

The hotel’s 180 rooms and 31 suites have been redesigned and now feature hand-picked furniture and selected artworks. 

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In addition, the property now includes Das Palais restaurant that serves a fusion of local and international cuisine, and a ‘Private Dining Room’. 

The Kastenmeiers restaurant serves fish dishes, sushi and oysters. 

The property also includes a newly established pâtisserie called Amalie, which provides a list of delicacies.  

Taschenbergpalais Kempinski Dresden managing director Marten Schwass said: “We are delighted to reopen this beautiful building, which is steeped in tradition, and give the people of Dresden back ‘their living room’.  

“We are certain that the symbiosis of contemporary luxury and tradition that we have created with the redesign will delight locals, our regular guests and national and international clientele because history is preserved and, at the same time, retold here.” 

Sustainability and allergy-friendly building materials were prioritised during the renovation. 

Last month, Kempinski Hotels entered a partnership with Abu Dhabi National Hotels to rebrand two properties in Dubai, UAE. 

The properties are Kempinski The Boulevard Dubai and Kempinski Central Avenue Dubai, which were formerly known as Address Boulevard and Address Dubai Mall, respectively.