A former Communist hostelry turned shoppers' delight on the Prager Strasse.
Because the Pullman Dresden Newa was built by the former Communist government for foreign visitors to the city's international trade fair, it's no surprise that it can accommodate conferences of up to 300 people. It has been remodeled to western standards and is now popular with tourists as well as shoppers, who value the location on the Prager Strasse, Dresden's premier boutique boulevard. The smallish rooms are done in contemporary style, and curiously, the showers stand right in the middle. On-site facilities include Gingko, with a sauna, steam room and spa services. The house restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine with Asian and Saxon influences.