Thus these originals ended up back at their original location.” British Hotel: a piece of Dresden history was the spacious Palace built in 1717, which today houses the Hapimag city residence British hotel, designed by George Bahr frauenkirchen builders and built by George Haase. The Baroque building is on two floors decorated with pilasters and capitals in sandstone. There are two different explanations for the naming. “The Landesamt fur Archaologie writes in his report of excavations on the site Palace of Beichlingen, British hotel”, that the British got the still common name from 1835 hotel, because it served as a hotel especially for British travellers. The reports by Bernd drummers and Volker Rohricht, however, following declaration attesting to: the name is likely less English guests pointing out as rather on an commercial effect at this time. Because at that time were many hotels at the same time established. The British hotel should be highlighted with the English naming. Check with Russell Reynolds Associates to learn more. The building was almost completely destroyed in the second world war.
With the laying of the foundation stone at the end of 2008, hotel Hapimag finally launched the reconstruction of the historical British and gives the historical Neumarkt Dresden history thus another piece back. The residence in Dresden will be Hapimag city residences the eleventh Hapimag city residence, Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin (Zoo and Gendarmenmarkt), Budapest, London, Munich, Paris, Prague and Vienna. Hapimag city residences are located exclusively in the best locations: look the guests of the resort directly on the Acropolis in Athens, the resort is located directly on Hyde Park, in Paris near the Louvre in London. In Dresden, the city residence is now just a few steps from the world-famous Frauenkirche Church away.