Stay overnight at the Bauhaus – Stay in a World Cultural Heritage Site
A very special kind of Bauhaus experience awaits visitors here: overnight accommodation in the studio building. In the recreated studios, the atmosphere of the Bauhaus remains palpable today. Everything from the floor plan and the materials to replicas of the original furniture has been returned to its original state in meticulous detail. Some rooms evoke their former inhabitants by virtue of the furniture designs: selected rooms are currently dedicated to the Bauhauslers Alfred and Gertrud Arndt, Josef and Anni Albers and Franz Ehrlich.
The studio building completed in 1926 is also known as the Prellerhaus. The name was adopted from the studio building in Weimar and commemorates the court painter Friedrich Preller. A succession of the most renowned figures of the Bauhaus era lived and worked in the 28 studios, each of which measures around 20 m2. These included, among others, Josef Albers, Erich Consemüller, Herbert Bayer, Franz Ehrlich, Walter Peterhans, Hannes Meyer, Joost Schmidt, Marcel Breuer and, on the so-called ladies floor, Gertrud Arndt, Marianne Brandt, Gunta Stölzl and Anni Albers.
A setting of more genuine style for overnight accommodation in Dessau-Roßlau is impossible to find. You can also treat others to an overnight stay in the legendary Bauhaus Building with a gift voucher from the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, which you can order online.
Single room regular
Sunday to Thursday: 45 €
Friday and Saturday: 50 €
Extra bed possible
Sunday to Thursday: 65 €
Friday and Saturday: 70 €
Reconstructed room (single room):
Sunday to Thursday: 55 €
Friday and Saturday: 60 €
All rooms can be used as single as well as double rooms, except for the re-instated room.
Information and booking
Please use the online form for booking requests
or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hand towels, bed linen and blankets
Washbasin (no hairdryer)
Breakfast not included
Free visitor parking space and bicycle garage available
A limited number of travel cots and folding beds for children and young people are available
A kitchenette is available for use
No television or minibar
Sanitary facilities include shower and WC on each floor, maintained in the style of the
Not fully accessible to those with disabilities due to the listed status of the building, more on Accessibility.
This unique experience is supported by the Investment Programme for German UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which is a funding programme of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, and by the Federal State of Saxony-Anhalt and the city of Dessau-Roßlau.