Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Dresden
Best View Ever :)Posted Apr 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
One of the best hotel experiences of our lives ;) If you want a beautiful apartment with a spectacular view this it. We stayed on the third floor and I loved it. The sounds of the platz, the smell of the food, the view of the Frauenkirche cannot be beat !
for Everyoneby S F S from North Yorks UK
An unexpected treatPosted Apr 23, 2013
Location: Central and opposite Frauenkirche. Good restaraunts close by
Well equipped and excellent location and really quiet at night at this time of year
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Bethesda, Maryland
beware if you have physical limitationsPosted Dec 21, 2011 on Hotels.com
My daughter and I stayed here while visiting the Christmas market in Dresden. The location is the hotel's best feature (right next to Fraukirche) and parking is available for an extra 15 Euro per night. Neither breakfast nor housekeeping/linen changes are included in the rate. The outside of the building is charming; the apartments themselves are functional and complete with kitchen, but have much less charm than I expected from the appearance of the building (inside appears to be bland 80s design/decor.) I would give this hotel a more positive review, primarily because of its location, except for the fact that the elevator was not working during our visit. Our apartment was on the 4th floor, and the parking garage 2 floors below ground, meaning that we had a 6 flight walk up to the apartment. As I have serious physical limitations, this was a huge problem for me and greatly diminished our experience in Dresden. I was most concerned that the staff had no remedy (either another apartment closer to the ground floor, or referral to a different hotel) and seemed indifferent to the fact that this was more than an inconvenience for me. They did offer to carry our luggage to the room, but seemed disgruntled when we asked for help in carrying it down when we left. Another guest told me he was traveling with his mother, who had a knee problem, and had the same difficulty accessing their room because the elevator was not working. Although I cannot confirm it, he claimed that he had learned that the elevator frequently broke down. I have written to the hotel to suggest that they warn potential guests that they may have to walk up several flights of stairs, or that they set aside apartments on the lower floors for guests with physical limitations in case the elevator is not functional. If I had known that I would have to walk up so many flights of stairs, I never would have considered staying at this hotel.