Rezidor Opens Radisson Blu Frst Leopold Hotel in Dessau, Germany

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Rezidor has expanded its portfolio of hotels in operation and under development in Germany to 51 properties with the opening of the Radisson Blu Frst Leopold Hotel, Dessau in Germany. The 204-room hotel was formerly a Steigenberger property.

The Radisson Blu Frst Leopold Hotel, Dessau is located in the city centre, within walking distance to the theatre Anhaltisches Theater and the train station.

 Besides 204 spacious guest rooms, the property features the Restaurant Frst Leopold where international and regional cuisine is prepared in an open show-kitchen, the JU Bar, nearly 600 square meters of conference and meeting space, and a luxurious in-house spa. The hotel originally opened in 1994 and was renovated from 2004 to 2006.

The historical city of Dessau is in Eastern Germany, 100 km southwest of Berlin and 50 km north of Leipzig. The surrounding area boasts four UNESCO world heritage sites, including the Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wrlitz, and several premier examples of Bauhaus architecture (it was the location for the Bauhaus art school, which is widely regarded as one of the most significant art schools of the 20th century). The Bauhaus-influence is also evident in the hotels architecture, with its clear lines and bold design.

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