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Built in 1855, the former patrician house was refurbished from 1992 to 1994 before it opened its doors as a 4-star family hotel. Nowadays, the building is under monument protection and it connects historical elements with modern Bavarian elegance.

Karl Steinhauser, the founder, managed the house from 1994 to 2015 before he handed management business over to his daughter Carolin and his son-in-law Andreas in April 2015.

The hotel’s highlight is the glamorous ballroom - inviting for every kind of celebrations. It offers just the perfect frame for a beautiful end of a private or business event.

The next generation is looking forward to welcome you!


Lion Karl

Once upon a time … there was the lion Karl, who some 20 years ago exchanged the broad veldt against a cosy cave.

As Karl has always been a curious lion, he was looking for the most beautiful cave in Dresden. Within short distance to Dresden Neustadt, he found everything that cheers up his heart.

As lion Karl owned the most comfortable of all caves, more and more friends came to visit him from other veldts. Due to Karl’s hospitality, his friends returned bringing their friends and family. Karl´s cave became so famous, that he can accommodate more than 50 friends nowadays - and not only friends from his hometown, but also from distant countries come to visit.

To ensure his friends’ stay is as pleasant as possible, and not to make them go hunting on their own, he decided to provide catering the whole day. In the morning he woke them up with tasty, regional specialities; for dinner his favourite bavarian meals were prepared.

As Karl loves being a host, he exclusively takes care of his guests’ needs. Under his daughter Carolin’s management, the cave now appears with a modern touch.

If you take a closer look, you can discover the lion Karl within our house, who appears not only in our new logo.

We wish you a pleasant stay in our house and send our warmest regards,

Karl & Carolin Steinhauser