Ratings based on 21 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Reading, UK
Conveniently located hotelPosted Jul 30, 2014
Pros: Excellent breakfast included in price.
Location: Good location next to Dresden Mitte railway station for trains to/from airport and other places in Germany, and close to tram stop for city centre.
Nothing to complain about, except perhaps noise from trains and street traffic.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Lovely hotel idyllically overlooking river, townPosted Jun 6, 2014
Pros: Ambience and position
Cons: Can't think of a thing
Location: Charming old town, part of the former Luneburg - Braunschweig Duchy.
Staff were very friendly and helpful with my minor problems and in enduring my German withou immediately switching to English. The setting is idyllic with eating areas overlooking the river and the medieval buildings on the other side. There are lots of facilities, including pool and beauty.
for Personal Eventby John from London
Business HotelPosted Jun 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
This is a very business orientated hotel. Clean and efficient. However, it is difficult to locate. It is close to Dresden Mitte, but a good distance from the main station. The main annoying feature is there is no wireless internet in the rooms. Wired internet is available in the rooms and very expensive to use. Wireless is available in the lobby and also charged, and not cheap. If this hotel group really want business people to visit, then they need to up their game and provide free internet (wireless & wired). Therefore, if they added €5 or €10 per room, per night, then they could provide free internet. Motel One (another business hotel chain) does provide free internet. The food was excellent, but I avoided breakfast as it was €12 compared to €7.50 in Motel One.They have competition. Next time I will stay in Motel One in Dresden.
by Alina from Clearwater
average hotel close to the center and train statioPosted May 28, 2014
Cons: Wifi connection
Location: Bakery - 5 min walk, the center of the city - 15 min walk
Hotel has a good location: about 15 min walk to the Dresden Art gallery, 3 min walk to train station. The room is clean and goof equiped. BUT. If you need to have a Wifi connection - this hotel is not for you. 1 hour of internet costs 6 EUR. To compare. At the hotel on the next street the Internet is free.... So it was a huge disadvantage for me. Breakfast was simple but it was not included in the price. So be careful during booking.
for Everyoneby Alan from Cairns Australia
A little out of the wayPosted May 16, 2014
The hotel location was a touch disappointing, but once you have navigated your way around and mastered the trams it is easily overcome. Hotel is modern in every aspect, very comfortable & clean. The day reception staff were not very helpful but the rest had a smile on their face. Having to pay nearly 12 Euro on top for slow Wi-Fi probably won't get me back there..
Close to the Convention CenterPosted Apr 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
This was a very nice and clean hotel. Spacious room with comfortable seat with desk to work. The only issue is that you don't get WiFi for free, but if you sign up for a free membership in Leonardo system, you automatically get free WiFi (have to renew it daily). I liked that they are environmentally friendly, no washing your towels every day if you don't want it done. Overall truly a great place to stay.
for Business Travelersby J. H. from Canada
Great hotel, but no wireless internet in roomsPosted Apr 2, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great hotel with friendly staffs. The only inconvenience is no wireless internet in rooms (only in the lobby).
for Everyoneby Ana from Mexico
Good hotel, good locationPosted Nov 13, 2013
Pros: Location. Rooms are good
Cons: Breakfast could have more variety (and waitresses could be a little more kind) but in general was a good stay
Location: Next to the Bahnhof Mitte in Dresde, and a few block away from Dresden Downtown. Very convenient location
Great location a few steps from Dresden Bahnhof Mitte. Very convenient to get the Dresde Messe. Hotel is clean and nice. Very close to downtown too. It is next to the Yenitze building. Staff was mostly very gracious and polite.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Everything was awesome except the InternetPosted Aug 31, 2013
Pros: Service was very, very friendly and helpful.
Cons: Internet access absolutely sucked and was outrageously priced.
Location: Very close to the Convention Center and about a 15-minute walk from Altstadt and Neustadt. On a main train and tram line.
The staff here are the friendliest you will find in Dresden; perhaps in Germany. The room is very nice. The desk is a little small. The bathrooms are very innovative and comfortable. The problem is this: the Internet service here may be the worst in Germany. You have to pay 12-euros a day for a connection that they say is 256kbps but feels like a 56k modem. If you pay 18-euros a day you are told you will be able to stream content. I couldn't even play music. Finally, it is ethernet only. No wi-lan/wi-fi in the rooms. This sounds okay and wouldn't be so bad, but suddenly you realize you can't sit on the couch or in bed or anywhere with your computer. You are stuck at a tiny, uncomfortable desk. Luckily, I was at the conference center not far away that had free wi-fi. So even though I spent over $100 on an ethernet connection that couldn't even stream Pandora, I would walk to the conference center about four times a day to do real work. Everything else about this hotel is awesome; so if you don't need Internet, this is a great place at a great price. If you want to stay connected, choose another venue. P.S. They say there is wi-lan/wi-fi in the lobby. It is there, I guess, but that will cost you a separate 18-euros from the price paid in the room.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great ValuePosted Jul 22, 2013
A great value on the edge of the Altstadt. We were able to walk to all the sights.