City Hotel Dresden Radebeul4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed overnight to have some sleep. Very good value for money. Quiet and comfortable room. Spacey garage and possible car wash during working hours. Fast check in/out. Perfect place to stay for short term.
We were in Radebeul for dance competition, the overnight stay in this hotel was just a lucky chance, but I have to say, it was very lucky chance. We were absolutely satisfied, starting with arrival, staff, parking, room, beds, till our departure. Either the price was very agreeable.
This was a great hotel for our trip to Germany. The hotel is made up of several buildings. The main building housing the front desk, concierge, restaurant, bar, pool and spa. There are several other buildings behind the main building and surrounding a large courtyard that house the rooms. Our room was lovely, very large by European standards. There was a hall entryway that led to a large bath with a tub (although I was told not all rooms had a bathtub). The hallway also contained a very large closet with bars and shelves for both hanging and folded clothes. The bedroom was also quite large and had a second closet, which was just as large as the one in the hallway. In addition to a generously sized bed, there were 2 nightstands and a desk with a flat screen. And a nice comfortable reading chair in the corner. We were travelling with a large group and spent very little time in our room, but he time spent was very comfortable and we lacked nothing.
Fine hotel. Excellent for business stay - you know what you can expect.in this type of hotels. Clean comfortable and (business style) friendly. Don't expect cosy family hotel atmosphere. But what you get is good and fair.
We stayed in Radebeul for four nights en the hotel was a lot better than some of the reviews it received. True, you stay in Villa's and if you are unlucky and you get a room in the last villa, you have to walk for a few minutes to reach the lobby and the breakfast area, but what is wrong with an short walk? If it rains of when it is too cold to go outside, you can go through the parking garage. The rooms are great: spacious, very clean, nice bathroom, sitting area, tv, an AC unit that worked perfectly. Only flaw: you ony get one pillow and it is very soft. We asked for a second one the second day and got it immediately. Breakfast had everything you can think of. You can even ask for a special coffee or a glass of sparkling wine. And the service is fantastic! You are a few kilometers away from the city centre of Dresden but there is a tram stop near the hotel and it takes 20 minutes to ride to the centre. We liked this hotel: it is quiet, the rooms are good and breakfast is great. One thing: since smoking is not allowed inside, all the smokers (and there were a lot of smokers when we were there from 5 to 9 september) stand outside the front door and the back door smoking. Non-smokers have walk through the smoke to enter or leave the hotel, there is no escape. It would be a good idea to 'remove' the smokers from the door and give them a place to smoke away from the front and back entrance.
Despite having a relatively pleasant stay I find it propostrous that we had to pay for wireless Internet. It was more baffling and annoying because the offer on booking.com assured that it will be free of any charge. Almost everywhere in the world hotels treat free wifi as a basic commodity, like clean water or electricity not a luxury that you have to pay for and it's scandalous to see a 4 star hotel charging it's guests for something like that.
As always a nice and calm atmosphere :) Smiley and very helpful Staff :) Just the place you need when you're completely exhausted, after a long working day :) My preferred choice in the Dresdener Area :)
Very impressed with this place, helpful staff and very quiet accommodation in a series of villas behind the hotel, set in gardens. For the price quite remarkable. 24 hour reception. Spotlessly clean room with all facilities. For the record you check in at the main Radisson Blu reception. 10 minutes walk from Radebeul Ost station. Restaurant prices reflect the Radisson Blu clientele perhaps, rather than the Grand City people on more of a budget.
On arrival I was fairly content with the size of my room, only to find there was a balcony too. However, it appeared to have shared access with the room next door, which slightly tempered my smile. The location was convenient for me, since I needed to go to Schloss Wackerbarth and Dresden throughout my stay. The immediate area of Radebeul was lovely, with shops and restaurants within walking/tram distance. The hotel grounds were well laid out too and the view from my room was leafy. In terms of value, the room ticked most of the boxes. I did have a few issues with other charges though. I know free Wi-Fi is not universal but the daily charge did seem a little steep. The same could be said for the price of breakfast at 18 Euros. It was very nice and the selection was good, but I have experienced similar quality breakfasts elsewhere for half the price. The gym, on the other hand, was free to use and as far as hotel gyms go, it was definitely one of the better equipped ones. One of my other areas of concern was the cleanliness of rooms. In the most part they were well kept, but a closer inspection in places revealed that perhaps corners were cut here and there. I would have foregone my toilet tissue being nicely folded at the edge for someone running a vacuum under the bed. Some of the rooms are starting to look a little dated as well. The recently refurbished ones are fairly impressive though. I did enjoy my stay here and the staff helped ensure that. Despite the issues mentioned above, it was an pleasant stay that I would repeat.
first classservice was the best we have had nothing was any trouble we would stay again anytime .staff were very understanding because of the languge difference and the weather was very hot .We will tell our freinds to come and stay yours sincerly MR AND MRS CLARKE
- Indoor pool
- Health club
- WiFi in rooms and public areas (fees apply)
City Hotel Dresden Radebeul places you next to Lutherkirche Radebeul and within a 5-minute walk of Karl May Museum. This 126-room, 4.5-star hotel has a bar/lounge, an indoor pool, and a health club. It's in the historical district and also a short walk from DDR Museum and Narrow Gauge Railway Museum.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 126 rooms are air-conditioned and have safes and desks. Guests can expect to find WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Rooms also include hair dryers.
Guests staying at City Hotel Dresden Radebeul enjoy an indoor pool, a health club, and WiFi in public areas. If you drive, self parking is EUR 9.00 per day, and there's also a free train station shuttle. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include conference space, a business center, and express check-out.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 399 reviews