Cityherberge Dresden2.0 out of 5.0
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Great place to stay in Dresden for sightseeing. It is nearly in Altstadt and close to main railway station. Breakfast was very rich and offered lot of variety (one of the best among B&B type of hotels I have visited). It looks old from the outside (modernized socialistic block of flats) but insde it is fully modernized and rooms are very well sound insulated. Bathrooms are common but clean (not much in the early morning after extensive usage during evening/night), modern and plentiful. They only downside was Wi-Fi which was very weak. Signal was good - AP was just above our door but capacity was not sufficient even just for browsing the web.
We stayed in three 3-bed rooms which were comfortable and clean. The bathrooms were shared but there seemed to be plenty available. There was a kitchen available if you ask at reception for the key and there was a free continental breakfast in the morning with lots of food and drink available. The staff were friendly and helpful. It was very close (around a 15min walk) to the main attractions. Not a very social environment for travellers, not many younger people, but good for a one night stay to see Dresden.
Location was good, easy to walk into old town and to the Christmas markets. Room was spacious for 3 of us with our luggage. HOWEVER we arrived at midnight and rolled into bed without really inspecting the room. In the morning my sister work up to find that there was a big bloodstain on her sheets. It was totally disgusting and when we spoke to the staff they weren't particularly apologetic, they just said that if we said something the night before they would have changed it. No big apology, they just didn't care. Breakfast was ok, better than a hostel but not on par with other hotels. We had to wait to find a seat as the dining room was so full.
It's really clean accommodation close to the city centre - you can go by foot, great value for the price. The beds are maybe too soft. We have paid the hotel room (with privat bathroom in the room), the hostel rooms have shared bathroom. Breakfast was ok.
I stayed in a twin room with shared bathroom. The bedroom was basic, but clean and comfortable. The shared bathrooms were spacious, clean and modern. In fact, they were probably the best hostel bathrooms I've ever seen. The breakfast, which is included in the room price, was also very good with plenty of options available. The hostel is located not far at all from the city centre of Dresden - and there are plenty of restaurants just over the road for dinner. The only real downside to this hostel was the absolutely atrocious wifi! That really needs to be fixed - nowadays we need internet connection for almost everything when travelling - planning, booking and sending emails home!
Cityheberge is both a hostel and a hotel, located in a large repurposed low rise office building. We stayed in a private double room with private bath for 3 nights but we also had access to the amenities of the hostel like the kitchen. Our room was clean and quiet. The price includes an excellent breakfast buffet with a wide range of choices. Cityheberge is very convenient for those travelling by car. We drove into Dresden from the west and had no trouble locating the hotel and a parking space there. Its a 10 minute walk to the historic center and other sights. The hotel/hostel is full of young international travelers - but as an older couple we felt very comfortable. We found the front desk staff to be very helpful.There is a LIDL grocery store and a takeout Turkish place on the next block. Very convenient for eating at the hotel. The only negative is the almost nonexistent wifi.
Stayed for only one night. Staff was very welcoming, but the check-in time was late - luckily you could store your bags before checking in, and also after checking out if needed. Wifi kinda sucked though. We had a router just outside our room, but it was very slow - almost non-existant. The room itself was decent, bedcomfort was okay at most. Bathroom and shower is shared, but clean. The breakfast offered was nice - with some local cuisine offered, I'm guessing, but I was to chicken to try it out. It isn't very central, but still close to the citycenter.
The service was friendly and helpful. The rooms were really nice and clean, so were the bathrooms. It was warm due to not having air conditioning, luckily we got there on a rather cool summer day. WiFi worked fine. Breakfast was ok. Would definitely stay there again!
The hostel is centrally located, which is good for travellers - almost a 10 minute walk to the City Centre. No air-conditioning. Wifi is so slow you might as well send messages via a pigeon. Breakfast is nice. However, watch out because they may try to take more money off you (at least that's what I suspect) if you're not a German. In an email I got from them, quoting.. "54,00 Euro per room and night, breakfast included + local tax." However, they charged me about 58 Euro per room per night, because of "more local tax..." I tried to dispute this, but the receptionist with a fringe was very abrupt and unfriendly - I would advise staying away from this place if you're an "auslander" (a foreigner). Sure, it's only 4 euro per night difference, but her response to the entire situation proves she doesn't have any customer skills.
A good hotel/hostel with a very good common bath area. The internet and food (breakfast) is of a questionable quality. The breakfast meat slices were sweathing which is not very comforting. Good location and good parking areas inside the hotel.
- Walking distance to Albertinum and Church of Our Lady
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Cityherberge Dresden places you in Altstadt, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Albertinum and Church of Our Lady. This 100-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, a restaurant, and free in-room WiFi. Located in central Dresden, the hotel is also near Dresden Castle and Old Masters Picture Gallery.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge.
All 100 rooms feature free newspapers, phones, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi.
Guests of Cityherberge Dresden enjoy free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and free newspapers. Self parking is available for EUR 3.50 per night. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. This smoke-free hotel also has a TV in a common area.
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82% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 323 reviews