The Student Hotel to open in Dresden for summer 2018
The Student Hotel will open its first German co-living and co-working destination on the Pragerstraße 13.
The hotel is located in the most vibrant retail district of Dresden, between the Technical University and the historic centre of the city.
Refurbishment of the 12,800-sq. m. Student Hotel will start early 2018 and the opening is planned for summer 2018.
The Student Hotel Dresden will take over the Ibis Lilienstein location, part of a three-building complex originally opened in 1969.
Ibis will continue to occupy the other two buildings, Bastei and Koenigstein, named for the nearby mountains.
The Student Hotel Dresden will consist of contemporary hotel rooms and co-living studios for students, young professionals, international travellers and entrepreneurs.
The ground floor has been designed to be open and inviting to the public and local community.
It will include a wide variety of high-quality services such as study and gaming areas, meeting rooms, co-working areas, a restaurant and bar, and a gym.
The Student Hotel experience is inspired by the old and new character of Dresden.
The rooms are a retro chic design balancing original details with our modern amenities and furniture.
The design will stimulate our community-building vision by adding a co-working area, meetings rooms and rooftop event space for our local businesses and residents.
The Student Hotel Dresden will have a large TSH Collab: flexible co-working spaces where start-up companies can meet and work together.
Charlie MacGregor, The Student Hotel founder, said: “We are very pleased to be able to announce our second development in Germany.
“We are excited about the location in this dynamic part of the city of Dresden and it is our ambition to create a vibrant heart which will address the needs of both the locals and international community ensuring Dresden is a key destination in our European network.”
The acquisition is in line with The Student Hotel group’s strategy to develop high-quality, mixed-used accommodation in major European cities to meet the demand and new way of living and working of students, young professionals, international travellers and entrepreneurs.