Overnight stay

Experience the Bauhaus in a very special way – by staying overnight in one of the restored rooms in the historic studio building. The atmosphere of the Bauhaus can still be felt today in the re-enacted studio room.

The studio building, also known as the Preller House, was completed in 1926. Famous representatives of the Bauhaus Dessau lived and worked here, in the building’s 28 studio rooms. Each unit is around 24 square metres. Stay overnight in the studio building for an unforgettable experience.

You can also gift your friends and family an overnight stay. Bauhaus Dessau Foundation gift vouchers can be purchased online or at any ticket office in the Bauhaus buildings in Dessau. Treat yourself and others to this unique experience!


single room normal
EUR 55.00
double room
EUR 75.00
single reconstructed studio room
EUR 65.00

All rooms function as a single or a double, with the exception of the reconstructed studio room.


To make a booking, please use our booking form or contact us at: unterkunft@bauhaus-dessau.de

Please complete this form to make a booking. Our staff will process your enquiry and contact you directly if they have any questions. Please complete all mandatory fields* conscientiously.

Booking guest room
Type of enquiry
Restored studio room (single room)
General Terms and Conditions – Studio Building
House Rules – Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau


  • Towels, bed linen, and blankets
  • Wash basin in rooms (no hairdryer)
  • The arrangement of the sanitary facilities is the same as in the days of the Bauhaus, with shared showers and toilets on each floor
  • Shared kitchenette available
  • Free parking and bicycle garage for guests
  • Limited number of folding cribs and beds are available for children and young people
  • Breakfast is not included
  • No television or minibar
  • No WLAN in rooms. Free WLAN access is available in the Bauhaus Café-Bistro
  • Due to monument conservation regulations, we regret that it is not always possible to guarantee accessibility
  • No lift

Provided with the support of the Investment Programme for National UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a funding programme of the Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs, as well as the State of Saxony-Anhalt and the city of Dessau-Roßlau.