Get to know an architectural gem, originally built for Saxony’s kings, and let yourself be enchanted by the unique, nostalgic flair. The Albert Bad was opened in 1852, and under consideration of the various requirements, has undergone numerous structural changes up until today. The heritage-protected Albert Bad attracts a variety of visitors, not just lovers of architecture.
It’s quite easy to relax in style while soaking in the nostalgic atmosphere of the Albert Bad, which is reminiscent of a baroque castle with its artistic arches, tiles and walls. Until 1918, the former “Royal Cabin” was reserved exclusively for Saxon kings. Today, it invites you to indulge in a tingling, sparkling carbonic bath in the original copper tub. The Albert Hall is decorated with ornaments and an Art Nouveau-style fountain. The artfully decorated cupola above the entrance hall when coming from the Brunnenberg is particularly worth seeing. It shows impressive spa and water motifs, and was designed and constructed by the Dresden architect, Ludwig Theodor Chaulant in 1882/1883.
The modern-day Albert Bad offers its guests stylishly equipped therapy and wellness areas, a spacious pool and sauna area, a state-of-the-art medical training and physiotherapy centre, as well as an inviting reception and information area.