- Reviews: 3595
Fleigerhorst Hotel & Apartments: Good REasonable by Airport
It was cozy with a small kitchenette, bath and two double beds. It was in the apartment hotel in the rear section behind the main pension/gasthaus.
It was a close by 10 minute ride to the airport, and the accommodation for one night was okay. One good feature was the $43 per night stay cost
- Reviews: 3595
Apartment on Bischofsweg: Great Comforts of Apartment
WE thoroughly enjoyed out two weeks here while traveling around Dresden and surrounding areas. It was convenient and close to the center of old city and Zwinger-about 1 mile. Parking was an issue, though because you had to park on the street
The unique part is the 700 square feet of space that made you feel like home and so roomy. They had two double beds in a large bedroom, and a full living room and full equipped kitchen. Stairs to traverse was a challenge for those not in shape, It was three levels up.
The greatest part is it only cost $45 a night to stay here.
See web site am-alaunplatz.de or contact Anita Muller-Guptke at 351-811 53565, who is a great hostess
- Reviews: 7
Hotel Pullman Newa: Great place to stay in Dresden
This is an amazing hotel! It is, probably not even a 5 minute walk from the Hauptbahnhof in Dresden and located right on the Praguer Strasse.
My husband and I spent three wonderful days at this lovely hotel. We had a room on the 8th floor. The windows, go from ceiling to floor. The view was simply breathtaking!
The room was SPOTLESSLY clean. The really interesting thing is that there is a glass shower-cell in the center of the room. If you take a shower and forget to close the curtains at night, it is probably too late as your neighbors will get an eyeful. That is something to consider.
The hotel advertises itself as a 4-star, but I have stayed at supposed 5-star hotels that did not offer the comfort, elegance, or service of the Pullman Newa.
There is nothing about this hotel we did not like. The breakfast (which was included in our package) was spectacular. I am not much of a breakfast eater, but my husband does love to eat in the morning.
The hotel bar is very nice, and we chatted with the elderly bartender who had been at the establishment since it was built in 1969!!!!!! He told us all kinds of stories about the happenings there over the years.
The hotel is also in relatively easy walking distance to the Elbe river and the beautiful sites of Dresden.
Although ladies, I would probably not recommend wearing really high heels if you intend to walk to the old district. I was wearing 4" stack heels, and it was not too bad as it is about a 15 minute walk at a good pace. We were on the way to dinner, and there are really no restaurants around the hotel... flats just did not go with my cute outfit :-)
- Reviews: 909
Ferienwohnung Jowatzky: A very good apartment in a lovely area
Hotels in Dresden had increased their prices because of the national holiday Unification Day and we looked for an alternative. My sister had been in Dresden last summer and found out about the small village of Altkötzschenbroda. We rented an apartment there. It's actually part of the city of Radebeul, but its character is still that of a village.
Our apartment overlooked the village green with many chestnut trees. Lots of restaurants are along both sides of the green, in fact the aprtment is above one of them.
We had a fully equipped kitchen, a small dining room, two bedrooms, a living-room with another bed in it, a really large bathroom ( shower and tub) and a separate toilet. A very large apartment, up to six people can sleep there.
It's up on the first floor and can only be reached by stairs, there is no lift, which can be difficult if you have problems walking. My mother managed, but it was difficult.
The beds were very soft, too soft really, and the blinds didn't get the rooms dark, but these were minor points. On the whole we liked it very much and plan to come back. It's great to have some personal space when on holiday. Especially for a stay in Dresden with children this would be ideal.
We paid 105 Euro per night for the apartment, less than some hotels ask per person per night.
A few houses down the road there is a nice bakery where we could get fresh rolls in the morning. The restaurant below also offers breakfast, as does another one just across the street. Dinner in the restaurant below was 10% off for guests staying in any of the apartments.
To get to Dresden we had to walk for about 10 minutes to the S-Bahn station, then another 20 - 30 minutes ride.
- Reviews: 28
International Guest House: Good place to stay in Dresden for a long time
We had been living there for two months, and really enjoy the place. It is located in a very central area and is easy to reach through public transport: it takes less then 5 minutes to get to the Hbf, and less then 10 to get to the old part of the city.
We had a one room apartment with kitchen and bathroom, but it is also possible to rent one or two room apartment in an apartment sharing community.
Anyway, it's quite nice place with good service. I liked it.
Beware, reception is opened during weekdays from 7AM to 3PM. If you wish to arrive at a time later or earlier than that, it's better to make special arrangements.
The guest house has 310 rooms that can be rented for one night up to three month by exchange students, international visitors and guests of Dresden. All rooms are fully equipped and have free internet access (just with some traffic limitation). Bedclothes and towels are provided, the kitchen is equipped with plates as well as other utilities.
Also they have: prepaid telephone and Internet terminal in the foyer, laundrette with washing machines and dryers, bicycle storage rooms, parking, rental possibility for coffee machine, hair dryer and other amenities.
Prices for one-room apartment in shared flat:
Stay for 1 to 8 nights - 32,50/40,50 euro (student/no student)
Stay for 30 calendar days - 245/284 euro
Stays from the 31 night onwards - 12/14 euro
Prices for one-room apartment:
Stay for 1 to 8 nights - 38,50/44,50 euro (student/no student)
Stay for 30 calendar days - 315/365 euro
Stays from the 31 night onwards - 16/19 euro
Prices for one-room apartment for two people:
Stay for 1 to 8 nights - 47/61 euro (student/no student)
Stay for 30 calendar days - 345/400 euro
Stays from the 31 night onwards - 18/21 euro
up to 8 nights: 5 euro
up to 30 nights: 13 euro
Each additional during current month: 13 euro
- Reviews: 5013
Best Western Dresdner Tor: Motel at the autobahn
A very convenient to stay for a night if you are traveling by car and haven't enough time to leave autobahn in Dresden.
You can watch my 1 min 25 sec HD Video Dresden Willsdruf Tor Motel out of my Youtube channel.
This 3-star motel with restaurant lies directly off the A4 motorway, around 13 kilometres or a 15-minute drive west of Dresden city centre. It offers spacious accommodation and free parking. After a quiet night in your comfortable room at the Eliance Dresdner Tor Süd motel, start your day with the delicious breakfast buffet (fees apply). The Eliance's restaurant serves tasty meals for lunch and dinner, and the bar offers a wide range of refreshments. The motel also offers conference facilities and Dresden's exhibition grounds are just 12 kilometres away
- Reviews: 101
Lollis Homestay (G?rlitzer Strasse 34 ): Cheap, friendly accommodation
First I must admit, that we never thought to find this kind of place when we were searching for a cheap hostel accommodation.
The location was excellent, north of the river in an area where many nice bars are located. The staff was very friendly, and I could sense a feeling of a "hippie community" when staying in the hostel.
The guests were also very nice. There was a "living room" where we chatted with Americans until 6am in the morning. We had very fun time..
In the living room they sell home made beer. The beer tasted absolutely great (I would say it was a bit darkish lager) and costed about 1,5 euros per half liter bottle. Too bad this is the only place in the world where you can get that beer..
There is a kitchen that any quest can use to make dinners, breakfast etc. So this place is good also for longer staying. At least a Spanish painter we met in the hostel had stayed there for weeks.
The rooms were nice, 3 of us had own 3-bed-room, 2 of us stayed in dormitory. The cost of bed was far below 20 euros, so it was very cheap.
This is a truly unique hostel, which you have to experience by yourself. It is best suited for young adventurers, or people who think and act like young adventurers.
- Reviews: 2650
Lutz Müller's rental apartment: Rental Apartment
This apartment is one of the many rental apartments available in Dresden. It gets my vote for its unique location, right in the park of Albrechtsberg Palace. (see my tip on the castles by the Elbe river, pls)
The small house was recently renovated and is home for two families, but there was enough space left for a rental apartment. It is owned by winegrower Lutz Müller. He operates the nearby vineyard. Don't hesitate to ask him for a wine tasting in the cellar of the house.
The apartment has a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom and enough space for a family of four.
Quiet location, right in the wonderful park of Albrechtsberg Palace. Only five minutes (max.) walk to the next tram stop, but rural ambience. When I was there in late Oct it had something of Italian flair ... with the nearby vineyard, the herbs garden, the neighbouring palace in Neo-Renaissance style, the gorgeous views ...
- Reviews: 3267
Make friends and stay with them ... (-:
How great it is to have (and hold) friends. We met in Hungary during the East-West-deviation of Europe. A year later they visited (something they never would have dreamed possible) The Netherlands and we met again with tears in our eyes. I showed them around my country and a year later it was my turn to go East. Since then we have met several times and bridge the distance by writing (the old-fashioned way). It's great to have insight-guides and warm friendly places to stay.
However, in Dresden are plenty possibilties to stay in hotels or pensions. Bed & Breakfasts are not that frequently seen in Germany, but through internet you might find a few.
- Reviews: 43
Sorat Hotel Görlitz. The Room.
Sorat Hotel Görlitz. The Room.
Well, go on, take a look at the web site and look for the picture of a room. Nice, right?
Well... My room was definitely different.
It was incredibly small. I think the ceiling was higher than the total length of the room was long. And you should have seen the pillow... it was flatter than flat. It was so annoyingly flat that I cast it aside and slept without a pillow. I have no idea what that's about. I always thought pillows were meant to support your neck... Oh well, the bathroom was clean at least.
Bathroom had a bath with built-in shower. Always a little annoying 'cause often 'you don't fit under the shower'. No problems here though. The towels were made of thorough East-German sand paper, so anyone wanting a good scrub...
- Reviews: 43
Sorat Hotel Görlitz.: Sorat Hotel Görlitz.
Well unique, I'd say none. It's just your basic hotel, you know, room with bathroom, breakfast buffet, reception, tv. That's it.
Breakfast was just regular, you know the drill, cereal, juice, boiled eggs, nothing fancy.
Television in the room mainly had German channels. Just a few international ones, CNN one of them.
- Reviews: 2875
"Berg-Hotel Freital-Dresden": On the City Outskirts
We stayed there for a night only, it was $75 a day, great location and nice amenities...
all modern conbeniences in the rooms, 6 km away from the city, a quiet place; seminar rooms, restautant, parking.
- Reviews: 5956
Doreen's parents have flats...
Doreen's parents have flats for rent behind their house. I got a special deal but I believe it's around 25 Euros per night.
The house has been in the family for over 200 years and there's a great big working barn out back with sheep, chickens and horses. The flats are very modern and cozy with full cooking facilities, private baths, TV, and lots of nice personal touches like mineral water and sweets.
- Reviews: 609
Old Cliffie will put his hand up and admit that he hasn't actually stayed at the Holiday Inn Dresden. But since he also admits that the Holiday Inn is his hotel chain of choice when travelling nowadays with the little Clavens, he can only recommend it. Holiday Inns may be bland and standardised, but they invariably offer clean and comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price.
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