You’ll find Güntz Studios in the heart of Dresden’s Old Town, the famous and historic “Güntz-Palast”, a pretty sophisticated place to call home. So if you’re a fan of historic building flair, high ceilings and large windows, you’ve come to the right place.
In 2022, you’ll have access to the newly renovated common areas in the basement of the former “Güntz Club”, including an events stage, co-working and learning spaces, a coffee bar and much more. It’s the perfect home for students and young professionals in the city.
Room Types in Güntz Studios
Nido isn’t just for students, we also offer apartments for young professionals, trainees and interns, so please select the appropriate filter to find out what is available in your city of choice. Students are able to book any room even if it is available for Young Professionals too.
What services does Nido offer?
All-in rent | The rental prices shown include not only the rent for fully-furnished rooms but also the costs for heating, water and electricity. Internet and the use of the many facilities are also free of charge for you as a tenant. You can find out what your Nido has to offer here at a glance or ask your local team.
We’ve been renovating and redesigning the rooms at Güntz Studios since 2020. We’ve expanded into the attic as well as the basement so you can expect newly designed, furnished rooms. One of the highlights of the residence is the new common areas, which we plan to open in early 2022. There will be co-working spaces, an events stage, study areas and a coffee bar. But it’s also worth walking through the beautiful stairwell or using the piano room right now. There is also a laundry room, of course.
HANS IM GLÜCK serves delicious juicy burgers. Not to worry, there are vegan and vegetarian versions too.
Xfresh is exactly the right place to go if you want to have breakfast on the go, are looking for a place to sit and work or if you want to enjoy breakfast at home in bed.
This restaurant with wooden furniture, large windows and a trendy art courtyard serves German tapas in mason jars.
The best way to experience Dresden’s street art is to stroll through town. Don’t want to miss out on anything? Take an organised street art tour.
For a short nature experience with free entry for students, we recommend a visit to the botanical garden. There are around 10,000 plant species from all over the world. This is the perfect place to spend your study break and feel completely zen.
You should definitely visit the church. It’s directly on Neumarkt.
Located in the city center, this shopping centre has everything you need. From fashion to groceries, you will find everything you need here.
Do you like to eat organic food? Then this supermarket is perfect for you, with its wide selection of fruits and vegetables, cabinet items and health products. You can even find ideas for recipes with the appropriate ingredients on the website
Do you want to live more sustainably? Lose is a shop where no non-reusable packaging is used. The goods are packed in containers that you bring with you.
The Sonderbar stands out because of its special and fun atmosphere. With a large selection of cocktails, 350 to be precise, there is plenty to choose from.
The Karl May Bar is located in a hotel and offers a large selection of whiskey. Best of all, there is often live music.
Wohnzimmer Dresden feels like home but better with its vintage furniture and live music on Sundays. It’s definitely worth a visit.