Dresden Neustadt - artist home

Apartment - Entire home/apt · Pulsnitzer Straße, Dresden, Saxony 01099, Germany

The Space

The apartment is located next to Dresden's historic Jewish cemetery in the heart of Europeans biggest founder quarter. Right around the corner you can find various numbers of small shops, galleries, bars and restaurants (we own the perfect list with insider tips). The quiet, small apartment is home to an artist and curator and next to a young contemporary gallery project (website hidden).
bath room, tiny library, family room with sofa, bedroom with closet and
one bed (160 x 200 // Attention: Futon!), one sofa bed (120 x 190), one single bed/sofa

Room type: Entire home/apt
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: $21 / night after 2 guests
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $427 /week
Monthly Price: $1140 /month
Security Deposit: $214
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Cancellation: Strict

Overall Guest Satisfaction

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  • Our stay at Konstanze's place was wonderful :) Everything was super clean, awesome location and we enjoyed our evenings in the neighborhood with nice bars, biergarten, cinema...

    The only little disadvantage was the matress, it was ok for 3 nights but for longer stays I don't recommend it, it was a bit too hard.

    Nevertheless, hardly recommend Konstanze's place :)

    April 2014
  • We had a great stay at Konstanze's place. The flat matches the description/pictures and was very compfy. Definitely a good choice for your next stay in Dresden.

    February 2014
  • This is the perfect place to stay in Dresden!
    We stayed in this apartment for 3 nights and it was fantastic. First, it is in a perfect location in the Neustadt, which offers betters bars, restaurants, and shops than the Aldstadt, but is in walking distance or an easy tram ride for sight-seeing in old town or a walk along the river. It is also easy to get to from the train station, which is another location plus.
    Most importantly, the apartment itself was clean, comfortable, and cool; the kind of place I would look for in an apartment in any city. It had everything one can need for a short stay in Dresden and it all seemed very thoughtfully put together.
    If I ever return to Dresden, which I definitely hope to do, I would love to stay in Konstanze's apartment again.

    January 2014
  • Nice, clean, very spacious apartment (more spacious than i imagined from the pictures). It is close to many bars and restaurants, about 35-30 min walk from the Old Town, also easily reached by public transport. The only slight inconvenience was that the heating turned off automatically during the night (economic house). If you are ok with that or traveling during the warm season - i do recommend this apartment!

    December 2013
  • Excellent location in the Neustadt and a lovely apartment.

    October 2013
  • This place is practically perfect. I can't think of anything negative to say about the apartment or about Konstanze.

    So, good stuff: Konstanze was really good at keeping in touch, and was very flexible when I wasn't sure what time I'd be arriving and then wanted to change the check-in time. She was very helpful in giving us tips about the area and suggestions on places to eat, things to do etc. It was really helpful and much appreciated.

    The apartment is great: it's huge for two people and is really pleasant and well-presented. If I lived in Dresden, I'd want to live in it permanently. It has everything you need including a bath.

    The location is interesting and it would definitely be worth spending a day there in the Neustadt, rather than spending all your time among the other tourists in the Aldstadt. If you walk to the end of the street and turn left you are on Louisenstrasse, with a lot of restaurants and bars, and if you walk down that a few blocks you hit Alaunstrasse, which has even more. We ate a very nice meal at Raskolnikoff, a Russian place on Martin-Luther Platz, only a stone's throw from the apartment.

    A transport tip: (website hidden) Maps will tell you that you need to go to Dresden Neustadt station and then walk. This is wrong: you can get several trams from the Neustadt station, and #11 runs from the Hauptbanhopf to the top of the street that the apartment is on.

    October 2013
  • The little apartment was great, just perfect for the two of us. Great location in the Neustadt where there were so many lovely cafés and restaurants, and lots of creative vibes. Transportation to the Altstads also just around the corner.
    The apartment is just as it is represented in the photographs; bed super comfortable ... slept like angels, very modern and clean with all the basic necessities.
    We would definitely take this place sometime in spring/summer to experience more of the city and the cool neighborhood.
    Kostanze welcomed us with hugs and made us feel very welcomed. I recommend her accommodation without hesitation.

    September 2013
  • This is an excellent apartment in a really great neighborhood, and Konstanze was good to work with. He stayed in touch and helped us. Thanks!!

    September 2013
  • I didn't have the pleasure to meet Konstanze but her friend Christine took care of everything and organized a smooth key's hand-over. The flat was clean and had lots of space. It is in the very best part of Dresden, nice bars and shops are just around the corner. The street is quiet and the little garden definitely a plus point. It was great to be there!

    July 2013
  • We had the best stay at Konstanze's place. It was a beautiful, clean artistic home, with all the necessary commodities. In a great location, just outside of the old town- very close to the tram line which takes you to the old city. We hired bikes from a store near the house and rode around the city. Very convenient and easy. Konstanze was lovely enough to take us out on the first night there and show us a few cool drinking spots. Only wish we stayed longer. Highly recommend. Thanks K

    July 2013
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I run a small non-profit gallery project in in Dresden and entertain manyfold exhibition projects in Germany and Europe. Mainly, I work in Cologne but I have projects in Berlin. I grew up in the countryside of Dresden eating from Meissen porcelain. However, Boston/Cambridge/Concord, MA (USA) over the years has become my second home. Young contemporary art, art theory and art education is my expertise and passion!
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